Haizheng Li "is an Associate Professor of Economics in the School of Economics, Georgia Institute of Technology. He received his Ph.D in economics from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 1997. His research focuses on applied econometrics, primarily in the areas of labor economics, industry studies, and the Chinese economy. He has authored numerous journal articles, book chapters, and technical reports. In the labor area, his research interests include labor market issues such as labor supply, migration, wage determination and human capital, focusing on the evolving labor markets in China. In industry studies, he has mainly worked on price behavior in the pulp and paper industry. He has received two large research grants from the Sloan Foundation Center for Paper Business and Industry Studies, and one large grant from the 985-Project of the Department of Education of the Chinese government via Hunan University. He has also served as a consultant for the World Bank, a Special Research Fellow of the Shanghai Development & Reform Commission in China, and is a member of Advisory Board of China Economic Review, President-Elect of the Chinese Economists Society (2006-07), and Special Term Professor at Hunan University, China. At Georgia Tech, he is currently Co-director of the Georgia Tech-Shanghai Summer Program, and Director of Information Technology in the School of Economics. He has supported a number of graduate students through research grants. His teaching includes graduate and undergraduate econometrics, economic forecasting, labor economics, and microeconomics." 
- President-Elect, Chinese Economists Society, 2005-2006.
- Consultant, World Bank, April 2005-present
- Member, Editorial Advisory Board, China Economic Review, 2005-present
- Vice President, Chinese Economists Society, 2003-2004
- Special Research Fellow, Shanghai Development and Reform Commission, Shanghai, China, 2002-present
- Special Term Professor, College of Economy and Trade, Hunan University, Changsha, China, 2004 - Present
- Research Associate, China Research Center in Atlanta, 1999-present