“中国生态服务补偿的实施和影响”——尹润生

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美国密西根州立大学尹润生教授应邀来我院讲学。尹教授是美籍华人,学贯中西,研究领域主要集中在生态经济理论与实践方面(简历附后)。这次讲座主要是就中国生态服务补偿的实施和影响方面做独到的剖析,欢迎师生们莅临参加。

讲座时间:2012319日(周一)上午9:30

讲座地点:文泉楼2楼经济学院会议室

 

The Implementation and Impacts of China’s Largest Payment for Ecosystem Services Program as Revealed by Longitudinal Household Data

 

Runsheng Yin

Department of Forestry

Michigan State University

110 Natural Resources Building

East Lansing, MI 48824, USA

Professional Experience

  • 2006.10 - present Director of the Ecosystem Policy Institute of China, a joint research program sponsored by Michigan State University and the Chinese State Forestry Administration

  • 2006.7 - present Associate Professor of Forest Resource Economics and Policy
    Department of Forestry, Michigan State University

  • 2000.4 0 2006.6- Assistant Professor of Forest Resource Economics
    Department of Forestry, Michigan State University

  • 1998.8 - 2000.3 Assistant Research Scientist of Forest Economics and Finance
    School of Forest Resources, The University of Georgia

  • 1994.8 - 1998.7 Research Associate of Forest Economics
    School of Forest Resources, The University of Georgia

  • 1986.8 -1989.7 Research Fellow of Forest Policy
    Institute of Forest Economics, Chinese Academy of Forestry

  • 1982.2 - 1984.8 Teaching Assistant of Forest Economics and Management
    Department of Forestry, Shanxi Agricultural University

Courses Taught

  • FOR 866 – Economics of Renewable Resources

  • FOR 450 – Forestry in International Development

  • FOR 466 – Natural Resource Policy

  • FOR 202 – Introduction to Forestry

Research Funding

  • An Integrative Impact Evaluation of China's Ecological Restoration Programs, $650,000 awarded by the National Science Foundation, 9/1/2006-8/30/2009 (with Jiaguo Qi and David Rothstein).

  • China's Forest Sector: Market Projection and Policy Analysis, $55,000 awarded by the USDA Forest Service, 9/01/2006-8/30/2008.

  • The Driving Forces and Environmental Consequences of Land-Use and Land-Cover Change in China's Upper Yangtze Basin, $299,820 awarded by the National Science Foundation, 9/1/2005-2/28/2008 (with Jiaguo Qi and David Rothstein).

  • Land Use and Land Cover Changes in China's Upper Yangtze Basin: A Pilot Study, $12,386 awarded by MSU Center for Advanced Study of Int'l Development and Asian Studies Center, 05/01/2005-07/30/06.

  • Market Projection and Policy Assessment for China's Forest Sector, 140,000 Yuan (~$17,000) awarded by the China Natural Science Foundation and $95,000 awarded by the Ford Foundation, 10/1/2004 -9/30/2006, (with Zhou Li, Rural Development Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences).

  • REU Site: Preparing Resource and Environmental Managers with International Understanding and Merits (PREMIUM)-funded by National Science Foundation 2004-2007.

  • Developing an Economic Analysis Tool for Practitioners in Developing Countries -awarded by Forest Service Office of International program in November 2003.

  • Market Impacts and Policy Implications of U.S. Trade Restrictions on Imported
    Lumber-awarded by the McIntire-Stennis Forest Research Program in 2002 and Michigan Agricultural Experimental Station in 2003.

  • Developing a Timber Market Model for China—awarded by the Michigan State University Foundation in 2001

  • The Impact of Fiber Farming on Logging Productivity and Costs—awarded by the University of Georgia Research Foundation in 2000.

  • The Impact of Institutional Timberland Ownership on Regional Wood Supply—awarded by the Southeast Experimental Station, USDA Forest Service in 1999.

  • Evaluating the Productivity and Profitability of Fiber Farming—awarded by the Southern Forest Resource Consortium in 1998 (with David Newman).

  • An Assessment of Production Efficiencies and Competitive Advantages of U.S. Pulp and Paper Manufacturers—awarded by the Southeast Experimental Station USDA Forest Service in 1998 (with David Newman).

  • An Inquiry into the Efficiency of Timberland Investment Opportunities in the Southern United States—awarded by by the Southeast Experimental Station, USDA Forest Service in 1997 (with David Newman).

  • Evaluation of Timberland Investment Opportunities in the Southern U.S.—awarded by the Southeast Experimental Station, USDA Forest Service in 1996 (with David Newman, Jon Caulfield, Tom Harris, and Chris Zinkhan).