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Jinxia Wang: Director of China Center for Agricultural Policy (CCAP) at Peking University (PKU), Professor at the School of Advanced Agricultural Sciences at PKU, “Distinguished Boya Professor” at PKU, Distinguished Young Scholar Award from the National Natural Science Foundation in China. The “Highly Cited Chinese Researchers” in the applied economics in 2020 and 2022 issued by the Elsevier, 5 papers have been cited in the working group II report in the AR6 of IPCC, honored “Distinguished Moral Education Prize during 2021-2022 of Peking University”.During 1989-1996, she received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Agricultural Economics at Agricultural University of Inner Mongolia, and then in 1996, she was enrolled in the Winrock Lead 21 Program for training Ph.D. candidates of agricultural economics. She received her Ph.D. degree in Agricultural Economics at Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences in 2000. During 2001-2002, she was hired as Postdoctoral Scientist of International Water Management Institute (IWMI). In 2003, she was visiting scholar of University of California, Davis in US. During 2000-2015, she was researcher in the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research of Chinese Academy of Sciences; in the end of 2015, she was invited to join in the School of Advanced Agricultural Sciences at PKU. She has been consultant for more than 10 international and domestic organizations (such as UNDP, World Bank, ADB, ACIAR, Ministry of Water Resources in China and Ministry of Finance in China), she is invited as the member of the Water Resources Standardization Expert Committee of the Ministry of Water Resources, the editorial board member of several domestic and international Journals. Her research focuses on water management, institution and policy, climate change economics, rural environmental policy and rural transformation. She has led more than 40 domestics and international cooperation projects, such as projects funded the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Distinguished Young Scholar project, key project, international cooperation project) and projects funded by Ministry of Science and Technology. She has published more than 200 papers in both domestic and international journals (such as Economic Research Journal、Management World, China Economic QuarterlyJEEM、AJAE), 7 Chinese and English books; she has submitted more than 30 policy briefs to General Office of the State Council and relevant Ministries. She has initiated the textbook series of the “Modern Agricultural and Management Economics”, and the co-author of the first textbook“Adaptive Irrigation Management under Changing Environment”. Some of her PhD Candidates honored the National Scholarship, Distinguished Graduate of Beijing, Distinguished Graduate of Peking University.