Dr Ying Chen, female, was born in Beijing inApril 1969. She graduated from Department of Chemical Engineering of Tsinghua University and received a doctorate in engineering.She is a Senior Research Fellow at Institute of Urban and Environmental Studies (IUE), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Deputy Director of CASS Research Center for Sustainable Development (RCSD) and Professor at CASS Graduate School. Since 2013, she has beena Chief Researcher Fellow for Innovative Program in IUE, CASS.She worked as a Lead Authorfor Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) and AR6. She is a vice Chairman of Chinese National Committee for Future Earth (CNC-FE), vice Director of Environmental Economics Branch of Chinese Society for Environmental Sciences, vice Director of Climate Change and Low Carbon Development Committee of Chinese Meteorological Society.
She graduated from Tsinghua University in 1997 to get her Ph. D. Since then, she joined CASS and engaged in the field of environmental economics and sustainable development, energy and climate change policy as well as international climate regime etc. She published 3 books (as co-author), over 100 papers in academic books and journals, as well as an amount of reports, analysis and articles. Some of them were awarded for outstanding achievements in scientific research of CASS in 2002, 2011 and 2014. Her paper “China’s Energy Embodied in Goods for International Trade and Its Policy Implications” (co-authored by Jiahua Pan and LaihuiXie, Economic Research Journal, No.7, 2008) won Pushan Award for Excellent Paper on International Economics (2010). Another paper “Carbon Budget Proposal: A Framework for an Equitable and Sustainable International Climate Regime” (co-authored by Jiahua Pan, Social Sciences in China, No.5, 2009) won Sun Yefang Award for Excellent Paper on Economics.