Leo Zhaoyang Liu

Dr Zhaoyang Liu (Leo)

BSc MSc MPhil PhD

  • Position Governing Body Fellow
  • School Humanities and Social Sciences Department of Land Economy
  • Email zl290@cam.ac.uk
  • Department link Land Economy

Leo is a University Lecturer in Applied Economics at the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge.

Leo Zhaoyang Liu

Leo obtained his PhD Degree in Land Economy at the University of Cambridge. Upon the completion of his PhD, he worked on cross-country research project on the valuation of ecosystem services, in collaboration with the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, the University of Gothenburg and Peking University. After that, Leo worked at the University of Glasgow as a University Lecturer in Environmental and Health Economics until he returned to Cambridge.

Leo’s research interest include impact evaluation of environmental policies and valuation of ecosystem services in both rural and urban contexts, using applied economic methodologies such as micro-econometrics and economic experiments. The geographic focus of his research includes China, Africa and other regions. He has worked on a number of research projects in collaboration with international organisations and government bodies.

What's on

Cover of "Red Rag" magazine featuring a stylized red and black illustration of a woman with flowing hair, alongside text and a headline about women’s liberation.

Varieties of Togetherness: Some Approaches to Feminist Art History

21/05/2024 at 17.30

How might methods of feminist political organising offer transformative methods for art history? 

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Show me your bowl and I’ll tell you who you are

28/05/2024 at 17.30

How can material culture be used to reconstruct ancient human stories?

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Sculpture unveiling: Essay on Reticulations

28/05/2024 at 18.30

Join us for the unveiling of Essay on Reticulations, a new sculptural work at Wolfson College.

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Wolfson Garden Tour: A World Environment Day Celebration

05/06/2024 at 16.45

What solutions is the Wolfson Garden employing to grow trees, revive water sources and rejuvinate soil?

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Lunchtime Concert: Wolfson Chamber Group

08/06/2024 at 13.30

Hear the Wolfson Chamber Group perform at this Saturday lunchtime concert.