Xi Ji, Peking University, China
Dr. Ji is a tenured Associate Professor at School of Economics in Peking University (PKU). She is currently leading a research group focusing on Ecological Economics, Environmental Economics, Transformation of Economics under the Transformation of Civilization, and Ecological Civilization and Ecological Institutions in China. She has published more than forty academic papers in well-known journals, as well as a monograph and some book chapters on Ecological Economics and Environmental Economics. She has presided over nearly twenty national or sectoral funded research projects. She serves as the Board Member of the Academic Degree Evaluation Committee (Theoretic Economics) in PKU, Vice-dean of the Resources, Environmental and Industrial Economics Department of School of Economics in PKU, Vice-director of Center for Human and Economic Development Studies in PKU, and Vice-director of Professional Committee on Theory and Development in China Ecological Economics Society. She is the one of the editors of Ecological Economics, and the associate editor of Economia Politica, as well as the Editorial Board Member of several other academic journals.
welfare or wellbeing, beyond GDP or degrowth, biodiversity, ecological or environmental governance, history of economic thoughts, ecological Marxism, econometrics of climate and energy, and ecological economics in China.
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