JingJing Wang

Wang dips her hands into a stream on a ranch near Taos, New Mexico, in July 2013. Her research focuses on environmental and natural resource economics, with an emphasis on water quality and water resources management.

Wang dips her hands into a stream on a ranch near Taos, New Mexico, in July 2013. Her research focuses on environmental and natural resource economics, with an emphasis on water quality and water resources management.

Honor:

2016 Women In STEM award winner

Title:

assistant professor, Department of Economics

Winning project:

Integrated Modeling and Policy Evaluation for Sustainable Food, Energy, and Water Systems: A Case Study of the Dairy Industry in New Mexico

Project focus:

the work focuses on using the dairy industry in New Mexico as a case study to investigate the food-energy-water (FEW) nexus at a regional scale, model economic and policy linkages across the FEW systems, and propose policy tools for advancing the FEW nexus in arid-land regions.