Jin-Tao Xu


 date:2010-8-4 10:52:00 source:BiMBA         

Professor and director, Institute of Environmental Science and Engineering, Peking University

Expert of rural policy

Vice director, Agriculture Policy Research Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Researcher, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources

 

Research Interests

Forestry Policy, cost-benefit analysis of large-scale ecological engineering, natural resource management system, policy against pollution of industrial enterprises, Efficiency and productivity analysis

 

Education Background

1980-1984, Bachelor of Engineering, Department of Management Engineering of Jilin University of Technology

1984-1988, Master of Economics, Beijing Forestry University

1994-1999, Master of Economics and Ph.D. of Natural Resources Economics, University of Virginia

 

Experiences

1987-1994, Assistant Researcher, Institute of Economic, Chinese Academy of Forestry

1994-1999, Assistant, Department of Economic and School of Natural Resources, University of Virginia

1999.02-07, Visiting Professor, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University

1999-2000, Deputy Director, Agricultural Policy Research Center, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences

2002.09-11, Visiting Researcher, Department of Economics, Gothenburg University of Sweden

2000-2004, Researcher, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources, Deputy Director, Agricultural Policy Research Center

Chinese Academy of Sciences

2006-prsent, Professor, Institute of Environmental Science and Engineering,

Director, Department of Environmental Management,

Project Leader, Development of Environmental Economics,

Peking University

Deputy Editor ofEnvironment and Development Economics》(SSCI, Cambridge University Press and Regional Envirnmental Change(SCI, Springer)

 

Books Published

Xu, J.and W.F. Hyde. 2005. "From Central Planned Economy to Vigorous Rural Enterprise: China". In Plantations, Privatization, Poverty and Power: Changing Ownership and Management of State Forests, edited by M.Garforth and J.Mayers. Earthscan: London.

 

Resent Research Papers

(1)  ffective Pollution Control Policy for China Xu,Jintao, William F. Hyde and Yongjie Ji, 2010. "Effective pollution control policy for China", Journal of Productivity Analysis, Vol.33(1):47-66.

(2)  Conservation Payments, Liquidity Constraints and Off-Farm Labor: Impact of the Grain for Green Program on Rural Households in China Uchida, Emi, Scott Rozelle and Jintao Xu, 2009, “Conservation Payments, Liquidity Constraints and Off-Farm Labor: Impact of the Grain for Green Program on Rural Households in China”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 91(1) (February 2009): 70–86

(3)  China’s Sloping Land Conversion Program: Does Expansion Equal Success? Xu, Jintao, Ran Tao, Zhigang Xu and Michael T. Bennett, 2009, “China’s Sloping Land Conversion Program: Does Expansion Equal Success?” Land Economics, forthcoming (May 2010 issue).

(4)  Are the Poor Benefiting from China's Land Conservation Program? Uchida, E., J. Xu, Z. Xu and S. Rozelle. 2007. "Are the poor benefiting from China's land conservation program?". Environment and Development Economics 12(4): 593-620.

(5)  Environmental Policy and Mill Level Efficiency Ji, Y., and J. Xu. 2006. "Environmental Policy and Mill Level Efficiency". Journal of Beijing Forestry University (Social Sciences) 5(2).

(6)  Economic Growth and the Natural Environment: The Example of China and Its Forests since 1978 William F. Hyde, Jiegen Wei, and Jintao Xu, "Economic Growth and the Natural Environment: The Example of China and Its Forests since 1978", EfD Discussion Paper 08-11, a joint publication of the Environment for Development Initiative and Resources for the Future (www.rff.org), Washington DC. April 2008.

(7)  Forestland Reform in China: What Do the Farmers Want? A Choice Experiment on Farmers' Property Rights Preferences Qin, Ping, Fredrik Carlsson, and Jintao Xu (2008), "Forest Land and Reform in China: What Do the Farmers Want? A Choice Experiment on Farmers' Property Rights Preferences, EfD Discussion Paper 08-35, a joint publication of the Environment for Development Initiative and Resources for the Future (www.rff.org), Washington DC. December 2008, Revised Sepetember 09.

(8)  Incomplete Property Rights, Exposure to Markets and the Provision of Environmental Services in China Bennett, M., A. Mehta, and J. Xu. 2008. "Incomplete Property Rights, Exposure to Markets and the Provision of Ecosystem Services in China". Working paper, Environmental Economics Program in China.

(9)  Household Income Growth, Diversification and the Implicit Costs of Reform: The Case of China’s State Forest Sector Bennett, M., X. Jiang, and J. Xu. 2008. "Household Income Growth, Diversification and the Implicit Costs of Reform: The Case of China’s State Forestry Sector". Working paper, Environmental Economics Program in China.

Personal Website

http://www.efdinitiative.org/research/researchers/researcher-repository/mxmcontactsperson.2007-10-26.4506765384

 
 
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