Xi Yang

School of Economics and Management


Associate Professor

Management Science and Engineering


Research Areas

  • Energy and Environmental Policy

  • Modeling of Energy Economic Environment Systems

  • Climate change and Low-carbon Economy

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  Research Projects

  • Coordinated control of carbon emission reduction and air quality improvement. National Science Foundation of China. 2018-2020. Chair.

  • Research on Environmental Health Co-benefits and Policy Cost Effectiveness of Promoting New Energy Vehicles in Beijing. Beijing Social Science Foundation Project. 2018-2020. Chair.

  • Implementation plan of the 2030 energy production and consumption revolution strategy. Project of the Department of Energy Administration. 2016-2017. Participant.

  • China's oil and gas development forecast before 2030. CNPC project. 2015-2016. Participant.

  • Natural Gas Consumption Forecast and Energy Alternative Optimization Research. Supported by the University Young Talent Plan. 2016-2018. Chair.

  • Comparative Study and Game Analysis of Carbon Emissions Allocation Schemes. Commissioned by the National Science Foundation of China. 2012-2015. Participant.

  • Carbon emission trading support technology research and demonstration. National Science and Technology Support Plan. 2012-2015. Participant.

  • Comparative study of emission rights allocation schemes. National High-tech Industrialization Project. 2013-2015. Participant.

  • LinkS project research. Tsinghua University international science and technology cooperation project. 2011-2013. Participant.

  • Downscaling of social and economic scenarios related to Earth system simulation. National Science and Technology Plan 2012-2014. Participant.


  1. Yang X,Teng F. Air quality benefit of China’s mitigation target to peak its emission by 2030. Climate Policy. 2018, 18(1):99-110. (SSCI)

  2. Yang X, Teng F. The air quality co-benefit of coal control strategy in China, Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 2018,129: 373-382. (SCI)

  3. Yang X, Teng F, Xi X, Khayrullin E, Zhang Q. Cost–benefit analysis of China’s Intended Nationally Determined Contributions based on carbon marginal cost curves. Applied Energy. 2018, 227:415-425. (SCI)

  4. Yang X, Xi X, Guo S, Lin W, Feng X. Carbon Mitigation Pathway Evaluation and Environmental Benefit Analysis of Mitigation Technologies in China’s Petrochemical and Chemical Industry. Energies. 2018, 11(12):3331-3345. (SCI)

  5. Yang X, Wan H, Zhang Q, Zhou J, Chen S. A scenario analysis of oil and gas consumption in China to 2030 considering the peak CO2 emission constraint. Petroleum Science, 2016,13:370–383. (SCI)

  6. Yang X, Xi X, Lin W, Guo S, Feng X, Gilmore E. Evaluation of environmental health benefts of China’s building energy conservation policies: an integrated assessment on national and provincial levels. International Journal of Environmental Health Research. 2018, 28(3):215-239 (SCI)

  7. Yang X,Teng F, Wang X, Zhang Q. System optimization and co-benefit analysis of China’s deep-carbonization effort towards its INDC target. Energy Procedia, 2017, 105: 3314-3319.

  8. Yang X, Teng F, Wang G. Incorporating environmental co-benefits into climate policies: A regional study of the cement industry in China. Applied Energy. 2013, 112: 1446-1453 (SCI)

  9. Yang X, Teng F, Wang G. Quantifying co-benefit potentials in the Chinese cement sector during 12th Five Year Plan: an analysis based on marginal abatement cost with monetized environmental effect. Journal of Cleaner Production. 2013, 58: 102-111. (SCI)

  10. Yang X, Teng F, Wang G. The Role of China in 2 Degree World: The Needs for Change in Energy System Planning. Energy Procedia. 2014, 61: 419-422

  11. Yang X, Teng F, Wang G. Possibility of Multiple benefits for climate change policies. 2011 2nd International Conference on Management Science and Engineering Advances in Artificial Intelligence. 2011,1(6):239-244.

  12. Yang X, Teng F, Wang G. Allocation of carbon intensity targets for 2020: an exploration of energy conservation potential in China”, Manufacture Engineering and Environment Engineering 2014, Vol 2. WITPress. DOI:10.2495/MEEE131442 (EI)