Lin Liu

Lin Liu

Lin Liu focuses on studying the impact of China’s current investment environment and policies on the development of the technology industry as well as on analyzing how Chinese companies formulate their development plans and implement their strategic goals.

Ms. Lin’s research focuses are a culmination of her professional experiences.  She began her career at an international real estate consulting firm and an aviation company, where she participated in a wide range of research projects covering green finance and information transparency of listed companies.  Afterwards, she worked as an investment manager at an innovation center in Shenzhen, China’s high-tech hub, to assist the center in incubating and investing in early-stage companies in technology and new energy sectors.  These experiences, together with her role as an Assistant Managing Editor of the China Guiding Cases Project at Stanford Law School, have not only heightened her awareness of how China’s legal and policy changes impact the business society, but also enabled her to develop deep insight into the development of Chinese enterprises.