Shuling Lillemo holds a PhD in economics from the School of Business and Economics at the Norwegian University of Life Science (NMBU). She specializes in behavioral and resource economics and has researched on the innovated energy adoptions and environmental solutions by Norwegian households. She gets rich experiences on research survey, data collecting and econometric analysis. She has participated in several international research projects, including valuing natural resources, with special focus on Norway and China. She has a background on development and resource management, with several years of experience in regional development consulting in China. She speaks Chinese and Norwegian fluently.