Xi Ji

Dr. Xi Ji

Country: China

Dr. Xi Ji is a tenured Associate Professor at the School of Economics at Peking University, and a senior research fellow at the Center for Human and Economic Development Studies at Peking University.

She is currently leading a research group focusing on Ecological Economics, Environmental Economics, Energy and Climate Change Economics, Transformation of Economics under the Transformation of Civilization, Welfare and Genuine Progress, Biodiversity, and Ecological Civilization and Ecological Institutions in China.

She has been teaching Ecological Economics to undergraduate students at Peking University since 2010.

She has published more than fifty academic papers in well-known journals (with Google Scholar h-index 25, i10-index 32, 5 of her articles were listed in the ESI highly cited papers, and she was selected as the World’s Top 2% Scientists 2022 according to one of the Stanford University’s studies). She also published a monograph and some book chapters on Ecological Economics and Welfare Economics. She translated and published From Uneconomic Growth to Steady State Economy (by Professor Herman Daly) in China. She has presided over more than twenty national or sectoral-funded research projects. She organized and hosted the first Ecological Economics and Ecological Civilization International Forum (2019) in China. She serves as the Board Member of the Academic Degree Evaluation Committee (Theoretic Economics) at PKU, Vice-dean of the Resources, Environmental and Industrial Economics Department of the School of Economics at PKU, Vice-director of the Center for Human and Economic Development Studies at PKU, and Vice-director of Professional Committee on Theory and Development in China Ecological Economics Society.

She is one of the editors of Ecological Economics, and one of the associate editors of Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Economia Politica, and Frontiers in Sustainable Cities

Dr. Xi Ji should be the best choice in China to coordinate International Society of Ecological Economics and China.

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