Jintao Xu


 date:2016-2-2 2:02:00 source:BiMBA         


Education

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,

Ph.D.       Forestry (Resource Economics), 1999.

Dissertation title: “China’s Paper Industry: An Examination of Growth and Environmental Policy During Economic Reform.”

       Dissertation Adviser: William F. Hyde

M.A. Economics, 1996.

Beijing Forestry University

M.S.  Forest Economics, 1988.

Jilin University of Technology

B.S.   Management Engineering, Jilin University of Technology, 1984.


Employment

Peking University

Professor and Director, China Center for Energy and Development, National School of Development, September 2012-

Chair, Department of Environmental Management, 2009-2011.

Professor of Natural Resource Economics, Department of Environmental Management, 2006-present.

Coordinator, Environmental Economics Program in China (EEPC), 2007-.

  Professor (Joint Appointment), National School of Development, January 2010-August 2012.

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Professor and Deputy Director, Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy, 2004-2006.

Associate Professor and Deputy Director, Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy, 2000-2004.

Coordinator, Environmental Economics Program in China (EEPC), 2004-2006.

Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences

  Associate Professor and Deputy Director, Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy, 1999-2000.

Virginian Polytechnic Institute and State University

       RA, for Professor W. F. Hyde, College of Natural Resources, 1994-1996, 1999

       TA, Department of Economics, Principle of Economics, Professor Hyde, 1997-1998

Chinese Academy of Forestry

Assistant Research Fellow, Research Institute of Forest Economics, 1987-1994.


VISITING POSITIONS

Visiting Scholar, the World Bank Development Research, August 2011-August 2012

Visiting Scholar, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Californian at Berkeley, August 2011-August 2012

Gilbert White Fellow, Resources for the Future, September 2011-August 2012

Visiting Researcher, Department of Economics, the University of Gothenburg, September-November, 2002

The World Bank Grant Visiting Research Fellow, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University, February-July, 1999


Research Interests

Comparative studies of forest management system in developed and developing countries;

Transportation Management Policy;

Economics of Climate Policy and International Negotiation

Water Rights and Water Pricing Reform in China;

Household Survey and Household Behavior Analysis;


Academic and Professional Service

Special Appointments

Member, the Asia-Pacific Forest Policy Think Tank, FAO, the United Nations, June 2012-

Member, Council of Scientific Advisors, Global Adaptation Institute, 2011-

Senior Expert, China Green Carbon Fund, 2010-

Member, Task Force on Institutional Design for China’s Evolving Market Economy, 2008, (led by Joseph Stiglitz)

Resource Person, “MegaFlorestais”: Informal Forum for Forestry Leaders of Large Countries, Grey Tower, Pennsylvania, 2006; St Petersburg, Russia, 2007; Wuyishan, China, 2009.

Scientific Committee, 2011 European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Annual Conference, Rome

Scientific Committee, 2009 European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Annual Conference, Amsterdam

Scientific Committee, 2008 European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Annual Conference, Gothenburg

Advisor, Department of Afforestation, State Forestry Administration, 2003-present

Member, Lead Expert Group, China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED), 2004-2006

Member, CCICED Taskforce on Protected Areas, 2003-2004.

Coordinator, CCICED Taskforce on Forest and Grassland, 2000-2003


Editorial Service

Senior Editor, Regional Environmental Change (Springer), (2009-2012)

Policy Board Member, Environment and Development Economics, 2010-.

Associate Editor, Environment and Development Economics (Cambridge U. Press), 2008-2010

Guest Editor, International Forestry Review, 2004 Special Issue on China, with Gary Bull, Sten Nilsson, Andy White and Alan Pottinger.

Editorial Board, Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy (Chinese), 2009-.

Editorial Board, Forestry Economics (Chinese), 2006-present

Editorial Board, China Forestry Economics (Chinese), 2005-present

 

Professional Associations

Member, American Economic Association

Member, Association of Environmental and Resource Economists

Member, European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists

Member, Professional Association of Chinese Environment

Member, Chinese Economist Society

Vice President and Executive Board Member, Chinese Society of Forestry Economists

 

University Service

Member, Committee of Academic Affairs, College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University


Consulting positions

The World Bank

Consultant, DECAR: Agriculture and Rural Development, May 2011-December 2012

Forest Tenure Specialist, National Integrated Afforestation Program, 2008.

Institutional Specialist, World Bank Guangxi Afforestation Project, 2005.

Forest Sector Reform Expert, Missions in India, address at Indian National Forest Commission, November 2004, and forest authorities in three states, April 2006.

Leader, “Deforestation in China” section, TA Project: China: Air, Land, and Water—environmental priorities for a new millennium, 2001.

The Asian Development Bank

       Environmental Economist, TA 7386-PRC: Strengthening Enforcement of        Environmental Laws and Regulations, 2010-2011.

Economist and Acting Deputy Team Leader, ADB PPTA 3998 – PRC: Sanjiang Plains   Wetland Protection Project, 2003-2004. 

Economist, ADB TA 3548 – PRC: Preparing National Strategy for Soil and Water Conservation, 2001-2002.

UNDP-SEI

Core Author, China Human Development Report 2002: Making Green Development a Choice, 2002.


Awards

First Prize for Published Paper, by Chinese Society of Forestry Economics, 2008

China Industry and Commerce Bank Award for Outstanding Faculty Member at Peking University, 2008

Second Prize, Contribution to Scientific and Technological Progress Award, Ministry of Forestry, 1994 


Publications

Published in English Language

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

1.        Xuehong Wang, Jeff Bennett, Jintao Xu & Haipeng Zhang (2012): An auction scheme for land use change in Sichuan Province, China, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, DOI:10.1080/09640568.2011.644401

2.        Qin, Ping and Jintao Xu, 2012, “Forestland Rights and Farmers’ Investment Incentives in China-An Empirical Study of Fujian Province”, China Agricultural Economic Review, accepted.

3.        He, Hui and Jintao Xu, 2011, “Projection of Timber Supply and Demand Trends in China based on an Econometric Model”, Forest Product Journal, 61(7): 543-551.

4.        Bennett, Michael T., Aashish Mehta and Jintao Xu, 2011, “Incomplete property rights, exposure to markets and the provision of environmental services in China”, China Economic Review (2011), in Press (doi:10.1016/j.chieco.2010.12.002)

5.        Qin, Ping, Fredrik Carlsson and Jintao Xu, 2011, “Forestland Reform in China: What do the Farmers Want? A Choice Experiment on Farmers’ Property Rights Preferences”, Land Economics, Vol. 87 (3): 473-487. .

6.        Li, Jie, and Jintao Xu, 2011, “Climate Change in China: Policy Evolution, Actions Taken and Options Ahead”, Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research, 1939-0467, Volume 3, Issue 1: 23 – 35

7.        Gauvin, Crystal, Emi Uchida, Scott Rozelle, Jintao Xu and Jinyan Zhan, 2010, “Cost-effectiveness of Payments for Ecosystem Services with Dual Goals of Environment and Poverty Alleviation”, Environmental Management, Vol. 45: 488-501

8.        Yin, Runsheng, Qing Xiang, Jintao Xu and Xiangzheng Deng, 2010, “Modeling the Driving Forces of the Land Use and Land Cover Changes along the Upper Yangtze River of China”, Environmental Management, Vol. 45: 454-465

9.        Xu, Jintao, Ran Tao, Zhigang Xu and Michael T. Bennett, 2010, “China’s Sloping Land Conversion Program: Does Expansion Equal Success?” Land Economics, Vol. 86 (2) (May): 219-244..

10.    Xu, Jintao, W.F. Hyde and Yongjie Ji, 2010, “Effective Pollution Control Policy for China,” Journal of Productivity Analysis, Vol. 33 (1) (February): 47-66.

11.    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, Vol. 91, Issue 1 (February): 70-86.

12.    Uchida, Emi, Jintao Xu, Zhigang Xu and Scott Rozelle,2007, ”Are the poor benefiting from China's land conservation program?” Environment and Development Economics, Vol. 12, Issue 04(August): pp 593-620.

13.    Xu, Jintao, Runsheng Yin, Zhou Li and Can Liu, 2006, “China’s ecological rehabilitation: unprecedented efforts, dramatic impacts, and requisite policies”. Ecological Economics, 57:595-607.

14.    Xu, Zhigang, Jintao Xu, Xiangzheng Deng, Jikun Huang, Emi Uchida and Scott Rozelle, 2006, “Grain for Green and Grain: the Impact of China’s Conservation Reserve Program on Grain Prices and Food Security”, World Development, Vol.34, No. 1, pp.130-148

15.    Uchida, Emi, Jintao Xu, and Scott Rozelle, 2005, “Grain for Green: Cost-effectiveness and Sustainability of China's Conservation Set-aside Program”, Land Economics,Vol. 81 (2) (May): 247-264.

16.    Xu, Jintao, and Andy White, 2004, “Editorial: Understanding the Chinese Forest Market and its Global Implications”, International Forestry Review, Vol. 6, Issue 3-4.

17.    Nilsson, S, G. Bull, A. White and Jintao Xu, 2004, “China’s Forest Sector markets: Policy Issues and Recommendations”, International Forestry Review, Vol. 6, Issue 3-4: 299-306

18.    Xu, Zhigang, Michael Bennett, Ran Tao and Jintao Xu, 2004, “China’s Sloping Land Conversion Program Four Years on: Current Situation, Pending Issues”, International Forestry Review,Vol. 6, Issue 3-4: 317-327

19.    Xu, Jintao, Ran Tao and Gregory S. Amacher, 2004, “An Empirical Analysis of China’s State-Owned Forests”, Forest Policy and Economics, 6: 379-390

20.    Yin, Runsheng and Jintao Xu, 2003, “Identifying the Inter-Market Relationships of Forest Products in the Pacific Northwest with Cointegration and Causality Tests”, Forest Policy and Economics, 5: 305-315

21.    Xu, Jintao, William F. Hyde, and Gregory S. Amacher. 2003. "China's Paper Industry: Growth and Environmental Policy during Economic Reform", Journal of Economic Development 28(1):49-78.

22.    Yin, Runsheng, Jintao Xu and Zhou Li, 2003, Building Institutions for Markets: Experiences and Lessons from China’s Rural Forest Sector, Environment, Development and Sustainability, 00, 1-19.

23.    Yin, Runsheng and Jintao Xu, 2002, “Welfare Assessment of China’s Rural Forestry Reform in the 1980s,” World Development, Vol 30. No. 10. pp. 1755-1767

 

Work in Progress

1.         Persson, Martin, Jesper Moberg, Madelene Ostwald and Jintao Xu, 2011 “The Chinese Grain for Green Program – Assessing the Sequestered Carbon from the Land Reform”, Submitted.

2.         Xuemei Jiang, Peichen Gong, Göran Bostedt, and Jintao Xu, 2011, “Impacts of Policy Measures on the Development of State-Owned Forests in Northeast China: Theoretical Results and Empirical Evidence”, Environment for Development Discussion Paper Series, December 2011, EfD DP 11-12. Also Submitted

3.         Xu, Jintao, 2011, “Empirical Analyses of Forest Tenure Choice in China”, Manuscript.

4.         Zheng, Haochi, Paul Glewwe, Stephen Polasky, and Jintao Xu, 2011, “Reputation, Policy Risk, and Land Use: A Study of China’s ‘Grain for Green’ Program”, Submitted.

5.         Xie, Lunyu, Peter Berck and Jintao Xu, 2011, “The Effect of the Collective Forest Tenure Reform in China on Forestation”, Revise and Resubmit, Environmental and Resource Economics.

6.         Cooke, Priscilla, Jintao Xu and Xuemei Jiang, 2010, “Household Forestry, Tenure Rights and Household Labor Allocation to Forest, Farm, and Off-Farm Production in Rural China”, Manuscript.

7.         Hyde, W.F., Jiegen Wei and Jintao Xu, “Economic Growth and the Natural Environment: the Example of China’s Forests since 1978,” Manuscript.

8.         Holden, Stein, Yuanyuan Yi, Xuemei Jiang and Jintao Xu, “Tenure Security and Forest Tenure Reform in China,” Manuscript.

9.         Gong, Yazhen, Kathy Baylis, Jintao Xu and Gary Bull, “Social Connections, Networks and Social Capital Erosion—Evidence from Surveys and Field Experiments”, Sumbitted. 

10.     Gong, Yazhen, Kathy Baylis, Jintao Xu and Gary Bull, “Risk Preferences and On-farm investment decisions—Field Experimental Evidence from Southwest China”, Submitted.

11.     Gong, Yazhen, Kathy Baylis and Jintao Xu, “Trust and trustworthiness in an ethnically diversified region in China: Survey and field experimental evidence”, Revise and Resubmit, Journal of Comparative Economics.

 

Book Chapter

1.      Xu, Jintao and William F. Hyde, 2005, “From Central Planned Economy to Vigorous Rural Enterprise: China”, in Garforth and Mayers (eds), Plantations, Privatization, Poverty and Power: Changing Ownership and Management of State Forests, Earthscan: London.

2.      Xu, Jintao, Nuyun Li and Yiying Cao, 2004, “Impact of Incentives on the Development of Forest Plantation Resources in China”, in Enters and Durst (eds), “What Doest It Takes? The Role of Incentives in Forest Plantation Development in Asia and the Pacific”, RAP Publication 2004/27, Asia-Pacific Forestry Commission/FAO: Bangkok.

3.      Gong, Yazhen and Jintao Xu, 2004, “Chapter 7: Farmland Conversion in Dafang County, Guizhou”, in Katsigris, Xu and Schmitt, (eds.) 2004, “Implementing the Natural Forest Protection Program and the Sloping Land Conversion Program: Case Studies ” , China Forestry Publishing House: Beijing

4.      William F. Hyde, Jintao Xu and Brian Belcher, 2003, “Chapter 1: Introduction”, in Hyde, Belcher and Xu (eds), “China's Forest: Global Lessons from Market Reforms ”, Resources for the Future Press, Washington DC

5.      William F. Hyde, Jintao Xu, Brian Belcher, Runsheng Yin and Jinlong Liu, 2003, “Chapter 10: Conclusions and Policy Implications”, in Hyde, Belcher and Xu (eds), “China's Forest: Global Lessons from Market Reforms”, Resources for the Future Press, Washington DC

6.      Xu, Jintao and Yiying Cao, 2002, “Chapter 4: the Socioeconomics Impacts and Sustainability of the SLCAP, in Xu, Katsigris and White (eds)”, “Implementing the Natural Forest Protection Program and the Sloping Land Conversion Program: Lessons and Policy Recommendations ” , China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing

7.      Xu, Jintao and Thomas A. White, 2002, “ Part III: Conclusions and Recommendations”, in Xu, Katsigris and White (eds), “ Implementing the Natural Forest Protection Program and the Sloping Land Conversion Program: Lessons and Policy Recommendations ” , China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing

8.  Krutilla, K, Jintao Xu, D. F. Barnes, and W. F. Hyde, 2000, “Estimates of Economic Study from Physical Measures fo the Forest Stock: An Example from Eight Developing Countries,” in Hyde and Amacher (eds.), “Economics of Forestry and Rural Development: An Empirical Introduction from Asia”, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor.

 

Book

1.        Eugenia Katsigris, Xu Jintao and Ulrich Schmitt, (eds.) 2004, “Implementing the Natural Forest Protection Program and the Sloping Land Conversion Program: Case Studies”, China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing

2.        William F. Hyde, Brian Belcher and Jintao Xu, 2003, “China's Forest: Global Lessons from Market Reforms”, Resources for the Future Press, Washington DC.

3.        Xu Jintao, Eugenia Katsigris, Thomas A. White, 2002, “Implementing the Natural Forest Protection Program and the Sloping Land Conversion Program: Lessons and Policy Recommendations”, China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing

4.         Lu Wenming, Natasha Landell-Mills, Liu Jinlong, Xu Jintao, Liu Can, 2002, “Getting the private sector to work for the public good: instruments for sustainable private sector forestry in China”, Earthprint Limited: Hertfordshire, UK.

 

Published in Chinese Language


Academic Journal Articles (peer reviewed by *)

1         Jiang, Xuemei and Jintao Xu, 2011, “Analysis on the Income Change of Workers in the Key State-owned Forest Region of Northeast and Inner Mongolia”, Forestry Economics, (Jan): pp 25-29.

2           Yin, Hang and Jintao Xu, 2010, “Empirical Analysis of the Influence of Collective Forest Tenure Reform on Timber Supply”, Forestry Economics, Vol. 213 (April): pp 27-30.

3           Xu, Jintao, 2010, “Climate Strategy Selection of China After the UN Climate Conference In Copenhagen”, Impact of Science on Society, Issue No. 1(March), 2010: pp57-60.

4           *Yang, Xiaojun and Jintao Xu, 2009, “Structural Analysis on Economic Impact of Grain for Green Project in China”, Journal of Beijing Forestry University (Social Sciences), Vol.8, No. 4(Dec.): pp 12-19.

5           *Li, Jun and Jintao Xu, 2009, “Analysis of Inter-provincial Green Total Factor Productivity: Application of a Non-parametric Method”, Journal of Beijing Forestry University (Social Sciences), Vol.8, No. 4(Dec.): pp 139-146.

6           *Zhang, Haipeng and Jintao Xu, 2009, “China’s Collective Forest Tenure Reform: analysis of Driving Forces, Nature and Performance”, Forestry Sciences, accepted.

7           Jiang, Xuemei, Ling Li and Jintao Xu, 2008, “Impact Analysis of Tenure Reform on Forest management Model in Plain Forest Area”, Forestry Economics, Vol. 195(Oct): pp 30-35.

8           Xu, Jintao, Yan Sun, Xuemei Jiang and Jie Li, 2008, “Collective Forest Tenure Reform in China: Analysis of Pattern and Performance”, Forestry Economics, Vol194 (Sept): pp 29-38.

9           * Chen, Xiaoguang, Jintao Xu and Yongjie Ji, 2007, “Analysis of the Factors Influencing Urban Residential Water Demand”, Natural Resource Journal, Vol. 22, No. 2(March): pp 275-280.

10       Jiang, Xuemei and Jintao Xu, 2007, “Trends and Determining Factors of Forest Resource Change in the State Forest Areas,” Forestry Economics, Vol. 177 (April): pp 23-55.

11       Qiu, Ju, Yan Sun, Ling Li and Jintao Xu, 2007, “Impact of Forest Tenure Reform on Forest Management Models,” Forestry Economics, Vol 174 (January): pp 23-27.

12       Yi, Fujin, Jintao Xu and Zhigang Xu, 2006, “Re-Examination of Socio-Economic Impact of Sloping Land Conversion Program”, Chinese Rural Economy (monthly), Vol. 262, No.10: pp 28-36.

13       * Ji, Yongjie and Jintao Xu, 2006, “Environmental Policy and Mill Level Efficiency”, Journal of Beijing Forestry University (Social Sciences), June 2006, Vol. 5, No. 2.

14       Xu, Jintao, Xuemei Jiang and Yongjie Ji, 2006, “Empirical Study of Reform and Development in the Key State-owned Forest Areas”, Forestry Economics, No.1, January.

15       Chen, Xiaoguang, Jintao Xu and Yongjie Ji, 2005, “Research on Determinant Factors in Residential Water Demand”, Journal of Economics of Water Resources, Vol. 23, No 6: pp23-24, 66.

16       Sun, Dingqiang and Jintao Xu, 2005, “An Analysis of Efficiency of China’s Timber Market through the Test of Market Integration”, Chinese Rural Economy (monthly), No.6(Serial No.246): pp37-45.

17       * Wei, Jiegen, Zhigang Xu and Jintao Xu, 2005, “Labor Market Development, Land Tenure Reform and Deforestation in China”, Journal of Beijing Forestry University (Social Sciences),Vol.4, No.2: pp44-50.

18       * Xu, Jintao, Ran Tao and Zhigang Xu, 2004, “Sloping Land Conversion Program: Cost Effectiveness, Structural Change and Economic Sustainability-Analysis Based on Rural Household Survey in Three Provinces in the West”, China Economics Quarterly, Vol.4, No.1: pp139-142.

19       Tao, Ran, Zhigang Xu and Jintao Xu, 2004, “Grain for Grain Project: Grain Policy and Sustainable Development”, Social Sciences in China (bimonthly), November 2004(6): pp25-38.

20       * Xu, Jintao, Ran Tao and Jiegen Wei, 2004, “Information Asymmetry, Profit-Sharing Contract and Over-the-Quota Harvesting”, Economic Research Journal, Vol.39(3): pp37-46.

21       Xu, Jintao, Ying Yu, Chen Xie, Changgang Li, Baolin Chen and Lei Kou, 2003, “The Natural Protection Program has a great impact on the development of collective forest and community economy”, Forestry Economics, No. 6 June 2003, pp 28-32.

22       Dai, Guangcui, Jintao Xu, Yuehua Wang and Yu Wang, 2002, “Study on current situation and security of collective forest property rights in China”, Forestry Economics, No. 11, Nov. 2002, pp 30-33.

23       Xu, Jintao and Yiying Cao, 2002, “The Sustainability of Converting the Land for Forestry and Pasture”, International Economic Review (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), 3-4 2002, pp 56-60.

 

Book

1           Chen, Jiancheng, Jintao Xu and Minghua Tian (eds.), 2006, “Theory and Practices of Forest Technical Economics in China”, China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing.

2           William F. Hyde, Brian Belcher and Jintao Xu (eds.), 2005 “China's Forest: Global Lessons from Market Reforms”, Chinese Version by China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing.

3           Xu Jintao and Qin Ping (eds.) 2004, “Implementing the Natural Forest Protection Program and the Sloping Land Conversion Program: Case Studies (Chinese Version)”, China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing

4           Xu Jintao, Eugenia Katsigris, Thomas A. White, (eds.) 2004, “Implementing the Natural Forest Protection Program and the Sloping Land Conversion Program: Lessons and Policy Recommendations (Chinese Version)”, China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing

5           Wei Diansheng, Xu Jintao and Li Nuyun (eds.) 2003, “Afforestation and Climate Change: Study of Carbon Sink Problem”, China Forestry Publishing House: Beijing. 

6           Lu Wenming, Natasha Landell-Mills, Liu Jinlong, Xu Jintao, Liu Can, 2002, “Getting the private sector to work for the public good: instruments for sustainable private sector forestry in China (Chinese Version)”, China Forestry Publishing House: Beijing.


Conference Proceedings

1.        Xu Jintao and Ulrich Schmitt (eds.), 2002, “International Forum on Chinese Forestry Policy: Proceedings”, China Forestry Publishing House: Beijing.

2.        Xu Jintao and Ulrich Schmitt (eds.), 2002, “Workshop on Payment Schemes for Environmental Services: Proceedings”, China Forestry Publishing House: Beijing.


Grants and Funding

Research Projects (2000-2011, ~US$3 million)

“Study of State Forest Reform in Northeast China”, PROFOR, World Bank, September 2010-July 2011 (US$135K)

“GIS-based Forest Inventory and Policy Simulation for the State Forest Regions in North East China”, Principal Inverstigator, sponsored by China National Science Foundation as a Key International Collaboration Project, 2009-2012 (RMB 1 million)

“Building a Forest Sector Model for China: Analysis of Domestic and International Impact of Forest Policy Change”, Principal Investigator, sponsored by EfD Initiatives (SIDA) and Rights and Resources Initiatives, 2009.

“Improving the Efficiency of Land Use Change Policy in China,” Project Leader, Commissioned by the State Forestry Administration of China (SFA), 2008-2010 (RMB100,000).

“Socio-economic Assessment of Agriculture Carbon Sequestration Project in Xinjiang and Sichuan,” Project Leader, CCICED Taskforce on Rural Energy, Environment and Climate Change Adaptation, 2007-2009 (US$37,000).

“Analyzing Forest Tenure Reform in South China,” Principal Investigator, China National Science Foundation Grant, 2008-2011 (RMB200,000).

“Designing Rules for Voluntary Forest Carbon Market in China,” Leader, Commissioned by SFA Carbon Management Office, 2008-2009 (RMB100,000).

“Forest Tenure Reform in China,” Project Leader, Commissioned and funded by SFA and the World Bank, with additional funding from Rights and Resources Initiatives, 2006-2008 (US$330,000).

“Community Governed Forest Tenure Reform in Fujian,” Project Leader, Sponsored by Ford Foundation, Gothenburg University and in collaboration with Department of Policy and Legislation, SFA, 2006-2007 (US$60,000).

“Socio-Economic Analysis of Forest Health Program,” Project Leader, Sponsored by US Forest Service and Gothenburg University, 2005 (US$70,000).

“Analysis of State Forest Reform in China,” Project Leader, Sponsored by SFA and Gothenburg University, 2004-2005 (US$60,000).

“Grain for Grain Program and Food Security in China,” Principal Investigator, funding source, the World Bank, April-June 2004 (US$29,000).

“Environmental Indicators in China,” Project Leader, funding source: SIDA and Gothenburg University, 2004 (US$12,000).

“Reforming China’s State Forest System-an empirical approach,” Project Leader, funding source: SIDA, cosponsored by SFA Office of Survey and Gothenburg University, 2004-2005 (US$40,000).

“Environmental Regulations and Firm Behavior,” Principal Investigator, funding source: University of Gothenburg, collaborated with Policy Research Center, China State Environmental Protection Agency, 2003-2004 (USD35,000).

“Social and Economic Evaluation of Ecological Restoration Programs in China,” Project Coordinator, with the Task Force on Forests and Grassland, China Council for International Cooperation (CCICED), sponsored by Ford Foundation, the World Bank, ACIAR and Forest Trends, 2000-2003 (US$1,100,000).

“Privatizing China’s Forest Sector,” Project Leader, Sponsored by IIED, 2000-2001 (RMB16,000).

“Projecting Timber Supply in China after NFPP,” Project Leader, Sponsored by the World Bank, 2000 (US$10,000).

 

Program and Capacity Building (2000-2011, ~US$1 million)

“Environmental Economics Program in China,” Project Leader, funded by SIDA, in collaboration with EEU, Department of Economics, Gothenburg University. 2004-present (US$690,000).

“Training Course in Advanced Natural Resource Economics,” Domestic Organizer, sponsored with Economy and Environment Program in Southeast Asia (EEPSEA), held at Beijing Forestry University, February 17-March 9, 2003 (US$12,000).

“Training Workshop in Plantation and Climate Change,” Project Leader, funded by Ford Foundation, in collaboration with SFA Department of Afforestation, held at Zhejiang Forestry College, Linan, Zhejiang, December 2002 (US$29,000).

“Workshop in Resource and Environmental Policy,” funded by the Ford Foundation, Taiwan Academia Sinica, held in Taipei, November 25-December 13, 2001 (US$22,000). 

“Training Course in Social Cost-Benefit Analysis,” funded by Ford Foundation, held in Beijing August 22-September 11, 2000 (US$89,000).


Conference Oranization

“Forest Tenure and Regulatory Reforms: Experiences, Lessons & Future Steps in Asia”, Co-sponsored by State Forestry Administration and Rights & Resources Initiative, In collaboration with: World Agroforestry Centre and RECOFTC 24, 200 participants, Lakeview Hotel, Beijing, September24-25, 2010 

“International Workshop on Urban Transportation Management and Environmental Policy”, Co-sponsored by Beijing City Transportation Research Center, 60 participants, Beijing, August 15-16, 2010.

“International Conference on Forest Tenure and Regulatory Reform,” co-sponsored by SFA, the World Bank, Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI). 120 Participants. Beijing, February, 2008.

“International Workshop on Timber Supply and Trade,” and “International Conference on Forest Tenure Reform,” co-sponsored by RRI, Forest Trends, and SFA. 80 participants. Beijing, September, 2006.

“International Workshop on State Forest Reform,” co-sponsored by Forest Trends. 60 Participants. Beijing, September, 2005.

“International Forum on China’s Forest Policy,” Taskforce on Forests and Grassland, CCICED. 170 Participants. Beijing, June, 2002.

“International Workshop on Payment for Environmental Services,” Taskforce on Forests and Grassland, CCICED. 100 Participants. Beijing, April, 2002.


Selected Invited Addresses and Academic Lectures

Special Addresses

“China’s Climate Policy at the Crossroads”, The Global Political Economy of Climate Change Seminar Series, Yale University, Wednesday, October 19, 2011, New Haven.

“Climate Strategy: a Chinese Perspetive”, ESPP Public Lecture, Michigan State University, October 4, 2011, East Lansing.

“Collective Forest Tenure Reform in China: Outcomes and Analysis of Driving Forces”, Plenary Speech, EEPSEA Biannual Conference, May 26, 2009, Dalat, Vietnam.

“The Role of China in the International Market for Forest Products, address given at OECD Roundtable on Sustainable Development, Paris, January 8, 2007.

“Forest Sector Reform in China,” presentations given to forest sector officials and NGOs in Delhi, Himachel Pradesh, Assam and Orissa, April 2-14, 2006

“Domestic Production: Trends, Policy Constraints and Recommendations,” address given at Chatham House Conference on Forest Governance and Trade – China, Global Markets and Legal Procurement Initiatives, London, May 3, 2005.

“Development of Forestry and Reform of Forest Sector in China,” address given to Indian National Forest Commission, Delhi, November 26, 2004

Invited Lectures

Gothenburg University, the National University of Hanoi, Michigan State University, University of Cambridge, Sciences-Po in Paris, Tsinghua University, Fujian Agricultrual and Forestry University, City University of Hong Kong, Swedish Royal Academy of Agriculture and Forestry

 


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