The China Center for Agricultural Policy (CCAP), established in December 1995 at the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), used to be part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) between 2001 and 2015, and has jointed Peking University (PKU) since 2016. CCAP has led by Professor Jikun Huang and dedicated to research and to education on agricultural economics and rural development since it was founded. Now CCAP's a research and teaching center at PKU and a part of the School of Advanced Agricultural Sciences (SAAS). CCAP was also the first team received the “Innovative Research Group” from China's National Natural Science Foundation in the fields of management science and economics in China in 2001. CCAP is comprised of a group of motivated and vibrant young economists dedicated to pursuing CCAP's goals of facilitating the development in the disciplines of agricultural economics and development economics, and contributing to agricultural and rural and development in China and other developing countries.