教育团队

吴俊杰

性别:男

专业职称:教授

行政职务:

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联系地址:中国人民大学环境学院办公室(转)

基本资料

教育背景

1992, Ph.D., Agricultural Economics, University of Connecticut, USA
1987, Graduate Diploma, Business Economics, Yellow River University, China
1983, B.S., Mathematics, Henan Normal University, China

工作经历

1. Current Positions
2005–: Emery N. Castle Chair in Resource and Rural Economics, Oregon State University
2003–: Professor, Department of Applied Economics, Oregon State University
2012–: Director, Center for Agricultural and Environmental Policy, Oregon State University
2012–: Project Director, OSU-UC Davis Partnership for Agricultural Policy Research

2. Other Academic Affiliations
University Fellow, Resources for the Future, Washington DC
Senior Visiting Fellow, University of Cambridge, UK
Changjiang Visiting Professor, Renmin University of China, China
Visiting Professor, Ocean University of China, Qingtao, China

社会兼职

行政职务(University and Department Service)
College of Agricultural Sciences P&T Committee, 2011-14
Departmental P&T Committee, 2006-2012.
Graduate Committee, 2006-2012.
Mentoring Committees, 2006-2012.
Graduate Admission Committee, 2006-2007.
UGFE Policy Committee, 2005-2006.
P&T Committee, 2005-2006.
Graduate Admission Committee, 2005-2006.
Graduate Committee, 2004-2006.
Undergraduate Committee, 2004-2005.
Planning and Policy Committee, 2000-2005.
Faculty Governance Committee, 2000-2003.
Award and Recognition Committee, 2000-2003.
Search Committee for the Assistant Director of Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station,
College of Agricultural Sciences, 2001.
Undergraduate Committee, 2000-2001.
Chair, Resource and Environmental Economics Work Group, 2001.
Seminar Committee, 2000-2001.
Undergraduate Committee, 1999-2000.
Search Committee for the Environmental and Resource Economics Position, 2000.
Graduate Committee, 1998-1999.
Environmental and Resource Economics Committee, 1998.
Committee for Nominating Theses for AAEA and WAEA Awards, 1998.

学术职务(Professional Service)
2012: Program Committee, the 2012 Agricultural and Applied Economics Association Annual Meetings.
2012: US EPA Science Advisory Board Environmental Economics Advisory Committee Augmented to Consider the Value of Water in the U.S. Economy
2012–: Editorial Council, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
2012–: Associate Editor, Journal of Regional Science.
2011–: Council on Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics (C-FARE), Blue Ribbon Panel of Experts, Environmental and Natural Resources Panel.
2011: Chair, Outstanding Published Research Award Committee, Western American Agricultural Economist Association.
2011: Program Committee Member, AERE Summer meetings, Seattle, WA.
2010–: Pacific Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Independent Economic Analysis Board.
2010–: Editorial Board, Environmental Economics and Policy Studies.
2010–2014: Independent Economic Analysis Board, Pacific Northwest Power and Conservation Council.
2009–: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Science Advisory Board, Environmental Economics Advisory Committee.
2009–: Editorial Council, Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy (Chinese).
2010: Outstanding Published Research Award Committee, Western American Agricultural Economist Association.
2010: Scientific Program Committee, the Fourth World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists.
2009–present: Editorial Council, Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy (Chinese).
2004–2008: Associate Editor, American Journal of Agricultural Economics.
2007–2010: Editorial Council, Land Economics.
2004–2009: Editorial Council, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.
2007–2009: Editorial Council, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
2005–2007: American Agricultural Economist Association Master Thesis Award Committee.
2006: Discussant, IFPRI/CES International Conference on Dragon and the Elephant: China and India's Economic Reforms, Shanghai, China, July 1-2, 2006.
2006: Paper Program Committee, the Third World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists.
2005: Scientific Committee, International Workshop on the Role of Open Space and Green Amenities in the Residential Move from Cities, December 14-16, Dijon, France.
2005: Reviewer and Moderator, the 2005 Annual Meetings of American Agricultural Economist Association, Providence, RI, 2005.
2004–2007: Associate Editor, American Journal of Agricultural Economics.
2004–2008: Editorial Council, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.
2004: Reviewer and Moderator, the 2004 Annual Meetings of American Agricultural Economist Association, Denver, CO, 2004.
2000–2004: Quality Research Discovery Award Committee, American Agricultural Economist Association.
2003–2004: Council, Western Agricultural Economist Association.
2001: Reviewer, Natural Resource Economics, the 2001 Annual Meeting of American Agricultural Economist Association, Chicago, IL, August 5-8, 2001.
2000: Topic Leader, Environmental Economics, the 2000 Annual Meeting of American Agricultural Economist Association, Tampa, FL, July 30-August 3, 2000.
2000: Reviewer, Poster Papers, the 2000 Annual Meeting of American Agricutural Economist Association, Tampa, FL, July 30-August 3, 2000.
2000: Moderator, the 2000 Annual Meeting of American Agricutural Economist Association, Tampa, FL, July 30-August 3, 2000.
1999: Discussant, the 1999 Annual Meeting of American Agricultural Economist Association.Nashville, TN, August 8-11, 1999.
1999: Reviewer, Natural Resource Economics, the 1999 Annual Meeting of American Agricultural Economist Association, Nashville, TN, August 8-11, 1999.

Referee for many professional journals, including Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Land Economics, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Journal of Urban Economics, Journal of Regional Science, Regional Science and Urban Economics, Journal of Public Economics, Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, Agricultural Economics, Contemporary Economic Policy, Environmental Pollution, Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, International Journal of Business and Economics, Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Environment and Planning A.

奖励与荣誉称号

2016: Fellow, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association.
2014: Sir Frederick McMaster Fellowships, CSIRO, Adelaide, Australia
2011–: Council on Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics (C-FARE), Blue Ribbon
Panel of Experts, Environmental and Natural Resources Panel
2010–: Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Independent Economic Analysis
Board Member
2009–: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Science Advisory Board, Environmental
Economics Advisory Committee
2009–: University Fellow, Resources for the Future, Washington DC
2009–: Life Membership, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge, UK
2009–2012: Changjiang Visiting Professorship Award, Remin University of China, Ministry of Education, China
2009: Outstanding Published Research Award, Western Agricultural Economics Association
2008: F.E. Price/Agricultural Research Foundation Excellence in Research Award, College of Agricultural Sciences, Oregon State University
2008: Fulbright Scholar Award, Council for International Exchange of Scholar, U.S. Department of State
2008: Visiting Fellowship, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge, UK
2007: Outstanding Published Research Award (Honorable Mention), Western Agricultural Economics Association, USA
2003: Outstanding Published Research Award, Western Agricultural Economics Association, USA
2003: Research Fellow, Rural Development Research Consortium, University of California-Berkeley
2002: Quality of Research Discovery Award, American Agricultural Economics Association
2002: Savery Award for Outstanding Young Faculty, College of Agricultural Sciences, Oregon State University
2002: Outstanding Journal Article Award (Honorable Mention), Canadian Agricultural Economics Society
2001: Membership of Gamma Sigma Delta, Honor Society of Agriculture
1993: Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertation Award (Honorable Mention), American Agricultural Economics Association
1988: Outstanding Lecturer, Yellow River University, China

学术成果

• Books

1. Duke, Joshua M., and JunJie Wu (eds). The Oxford Handbook of Land Economics. Oxford University Press, 2014.
2. Wu, JunJie, Paul Barkley, Bruce Weber (eds). Frontiers in Resource and Rural Economics. Washington DC: RFF Press, 2008.
3. Wu, JunJie (Section Editor). Resources. Volume 2 of Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resource, and Environmental Economics. London, UK: Elsevier, 2013.

• Refereed Journal Articles

1. Wu, JunJie, and Jeffery Reimer. “Spatial Distribution of Polluting Firms.” Journal of Regional Science, in press.
2. Li, Man, JunJie Wu, and Xiangzheng Deng. “Land Use Change and Soil Carbon Sequestration in China: Where Does It Pay to Conserve?” Global Environmental Change, in press
3. Cho, Seong-Hoon, Katsuya Tanaka, Junjie Wu, Roland K Robert, and Taeyoung Kim. “Effects of Nuclear Power Plant Shutdowns on Electricity Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions after the Tohoku Earthquake.” Energy Economics, in press.
4. Wu, JunJie, Wenchao Xu, and Ralph Alig. “Optimal Location, Size and Budget of Open Space Conservation.” Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics 52(2016):73–97. DOI 10.1007/s11146-015-9506-3.
5. Olen, Beau, JunJie Wu, and Christian Langpap. “Irrigation Decisions for Major West Coast Crops: Water Scarcity and Climate determinants.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98(2016)(1): 1–22. doi: 10.1093/ajae/aav036. First online: December 2015.
6. Rashford, B.S., R.M. Adams, J. Wu, R.A. Voldseth, G. Guntenspergen, B. Werner, W.C. Johnson. “Impacts of Climate Change on Land-Use and Wetland Productivity in the Prairie Pothole Region of North America.” Regional Environmental Change 16(February 2016): 515-526. First online: 17 February 2015.
7. Wu, JunJie, and Yong Chen. “The Evolution of Municipal Structure.” Journal of Economic Geography (2015): 1–24 doi:10.1093/jeg/lbv022.
8. Wu, JunJie, and Christian Langpap. “The Price and Welfare Effects of Biofuel Mandates and Subsidies.” Environmental and Resource Economics 62(2015):35–57. DOI 10.1007/s10640-014-9814-8
9. Saito, Hisamitsu, and JunJie Wu. “Agglomeration, Congestion, and Regional Disparities in U.S. Employment Growth.” Journal of Regional Science (2015). DOI: 10.1111/jors.12204.
10. Lewis, David, and JunJie Wu. “Land-Use Patterns and Spatially Dependent Ecosystem Services: Some Microeconomic Foundations” International Review of Environmental Economics and Policy. 8(2014): 191-223.
11. Wu, JunJie. “Public Open Space Conservation under a Budget Constraint.” Journal of Public Economics 111(March 2014): 96-101.
12. Man Li, JunJie Wu, Xiangzheng Deng. “Identifying Drivers of Land Use Change in China: A Spatial Multinomial Logit Model Analysis.” Land Economics 89(November 2013): 632-654.
13. Ervin, David, JunJie Wu, Madhu Khanna, Cody Jones, and Teresa Wirkkala. “Motivations and Barriers to Corporate Environmental Management.” Business Strategy and the Environment 22(September 2013): 390-409.
14. Jaeger, W. K., A.J. Plantinga, H. Chang, K. Dello, G. Grant, D. Hulse, J. J. McDonnell, S. Lancaster, H. Moradkhani, A.T. Morzillo, P. Mote, A. Nolin, M. Santelmann, J. Wu. “Toward a formal definition of water scarcity in natural-human systems.” Water Resources Research 49(July 2013): 45-6-4517.
15. Hascic, Ivan, and Wu, JunJie. “The Cost of Land Use Regulation versus the Value of Individual Exemption: Oregon's Measures 37 and 49.” Contemporary Economic Policy 30(April 2012): 159-214.
16. Wu, Jian, JunJie Wu, Xiaoxia Wang, Zhong Ma. “Securing water for wetland conservation: A comparative analysis of policy options to protect a national nature reserve in China.” Journal of Environmental Management 94 (February 2012): 102-111.
17. Langpap, Christian, and JunJie Wu. “Potential Environmental Impacts of Increased Reliance on Corn-Based Bioenergy.” Environmental and Resource Economics 49(2011): 147-171.
18. Castle, Emery, JunJie Wu, and Bruce Weber. “Rural–Urban Economic Spatial Relations: A Different Perspective.” Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 33(2011): 1-26. (Featured article).
19. Wang, Chunhua, and JunJie Wu. “Locational Amenities, Increasing Returns, and Urban Development.” Journal of Economic Geography 11(4, July 2011): 687-707.
20. Saito, H., M. Gopinath, and JunJie Wu. “Heterogeneous Firms, Trade Liberalization and Agglomeration.” Canadian Journal of Economics 44(2, May 2011): 541-560.
21. Wu, JunJie, Monica Fisher, and Unai Pascual. “Urbanization and the Viability of Local Agricultural Economies.” Land Economics 87(February 2011): 109-125.
22. Wu, JunJie. “Economic Fundamentals and Urban-Suburban Disparities.” Journal of Regional Science 50(May 2010): 570-591.
23. Wu, JunJie, and Haixia Lin. “The Effect of the Conservation Reserve Program on Land Values.” Land Economics 86(February 2010): 1-21.
24. Wu, JunJie. “Environmental Compliance: The Good, the Bad, and the Super Green.” Journal of Environmental Management 90(August 2009): 3363-3381.
25. Lewis, David, Andrew Plantinga, and JunJie Wu. “Targeting Incentives to Reduce Habitat Fragmentation” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 91(November 2009): 1080-1096.
26. Irwin, E., K.P. Bell, N.E. Bockstael, D. Newburn, M.D. Partridge, and J. Wu. “The Economics of Urban-Rural Space.” Annual Review of Resource Economics 1(October 2009): 1-26.
27. Wu, JunJie, and Teresa M. Wirkkala. “Firms’ Motivations for Environmental Overcompliance.” Review of Law and Economics 5(2009): 399-433.
28. Wu, JunJie. “Land Use Changes: Economic, Social and Environmental Impacts.” Choices. 4th Quarter 2008.
29. Wu, JunJie, and M. Gopinath. "What Causes Spatial Variations in Economic Development in the United States?” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90(May 2008): 392-408.
30. Wu, JunJie, and Elena Irwin. "Optimal Land Development with Endogenous Environmental Amenities” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90(February 2008): 232-248.
31. Langpap, Christian, Ivan Hascic, and JunJie Wu. “Protecting Watershed Ecosystems through Targeted Local Land Use Policies.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90(August 2008): 684-700.
32. Langpap, Christian, and JunJie Wu. “Predicting the Effect of Land Use Policies on Wildlife Habitat Abundance.” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 56(2008): 195-271.
33. Wu, JunJie. “How Does Suburbanization Affect Local Public Finance and Communities?” Review of Agricultural Economics 29(Fall 2007): 564-571 (Proceedings).
34. Wu, JunJie, and Seong-Hoon Cho. “The Effect of Local Land Use Regulations on Urban Development in the Western United States.” Regional Science and Urban Economics 37(2007): 69-86.
35. Wu, JunJie. "Environmental Amenities, Urban Sprawl, and Community Characteristics.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 52(2006): 527-547.
36. Watanabe, Michio, Richard M. Adams, and JunJie Wu. “The Economics of Environmental Management in a Spatially Heterogeneous River Basin.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 88(August 2006): 617-631.
37. Segerson, Kathy, and JunJie Wu. “Voluntary Approaches to Nonpoint Pollution Control: Inducing First-Best Outcomes through the Use of Threats.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 51(March 2006): 165-184.
38. Hascic, Ivan, and JunJie Wu. "Land Use and Watershed Health in the United States." Land Economics 82(May 2006): 214-239.
39. Wu, Junjie, and Katsuya Tanaka. “Reducing Nitrogen Runoff from the Upper Mississippi River Basin to Control Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico: Easements or Taxes?” Marine Resource Economics 20, 2(July 2005): 121-144.
40. Watanabe, M., R. M. Adams, J. J. Wu, J.P. Bolte, M.M. Cox, S. L. Johnson, W. J. Liss, W. G. Boggess, and J. L. Ebersole. "Toward Efficient Riparian Restoration: Integrating Economic, Physical, And Biological Models." Journal of Environmental Management 75(2005): 93-104.
41. Wu, JunJie. "Slippage Effects of the Conservation Reserve Program: Reply." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 87(1) (February 2005): 252-255.
42. Cho, Seong-Hoon, JunJie Wu, and Ralph Alig. “Land Development under Regulations: A Comparison between the East and West Sides of the Cascade Range on Oregon, Washington, and California.” Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies 17(March 2005): 1-17.
43. Wu, JunJie. “Using Sciences to Improve the Economic Efficiency of Conservation Policies.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 33(April 2004): 18-23.
44. Tanaka, Katsuya, and JunJie Wu. “Evaluating the Effect of Conservation Policies on Agricultural Land Use: A Site-Specific Modeling Approach.” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 52(November 2004).
45. Langpap, Christian, and JunJie Wu. “Voluntary Conservation of Endangered Species: When Does No Regulatory Assurance Mean No Conservation?” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 47 (May 2004): 435-57.
46. Santelmann, M.V., D. White, K. Freemark, J.I. Nassauer, J. Eilers, K. Vache, B.J. Danielson, R.C. Corry, M.E. Clark, S. Polasky, R. Cruse, J. Sifneos, C. Coiner, J. Wu, and D. Debinski. “Assessing Alternative Futures for Agriculture in Iowa, U.S.A.” Landscape Ecology 19(January 2004): 357-374.
47. Wu, JunJie, Richard M. Adams, Catherine L. Kling, and Katsuya Tanaka. “From Micro-Level Decisions to Landscape Changes: An Assessment of Agricultural Conservation Policies.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 86(February 2004): 26-41.
48. Wu, JunJie, Richard Adams, Andrew Plantinga. "Amenities in an Urban Equilibrium Model: Residential Development in Portland, Oregon.” Land Economics 80(February 2004): 19-32.
49. Wu, JunJie, and Andrew J. Plantinga. “The Influence of Public Open Space Policies on Urban Spatial Structure.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 46(September 2003): 288-309.
50. Cho, Seong-Hoon, Wu, JunJie, and William Boggess. "Measuring Interactions Among Urbanization, Land Development, and Public Finance.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 85(4) (November 2003): 988-999.
51. Wu, JunJie, and Cho, Seong-Hoon. “Estimating Households’ Preferences for Environmental Amenities Using Equilibrium Models of Local Jurisdictions.” Scottish Journal of Political Economy 50(May 2003): 189-206.
52. Wu, JunJie, Katherine Skelton, William G. Boggess, and Richard M. Adams. “Pacific Salmon Restoration: Tradeoffs between Economic Efficiency and Political Acceptance.” Contemporary Economic Policy 21(1) (January 2003): 78-89.
53. Plantinga, Andrew J, and JunJie Wu. “Co-Benefits from Carbon Sequestration in Forests: Evaluating the Reductions in Agricultural Externalities from an Afforestation Policy in Wisconsin.” Land Economics 79 (1) (February 2003): 74-85.
54. Wu, JunJie, and Katherine Skelton. “Targeting Conservation Efforts in the Presence of Threshold Effects and Ecosystem Linkages.” Ecological Economics 42(August 2002): 313-331.
55. Wu, JunJie, and Richard A. Adams. “Micro vs. Macro Acreage Response Models: Does Site-Specific Information Matter?” Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 27(July 2002):40-60.
56. Wu, JunJie. “Environmental Amenities and the Spatial Patterns of Urban Sprawl.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 83(August 2001):691-697 (Proceedings).
57. Coiner, Colette, JunJie Wu, and Stephen Polasky. “Economic and Environmental Implications of Alternative Landscape Designs in the Walnut Creek Watershed of Iowa.” Ecological Economics 38(July 2001): 119-139.
58. Wu, JunJie, David Zilberman, Bruce A. Babcock. “Environmental and Distributional Effects of Conservation Targeting Strategies.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 41(May 2001): 333-350.
59. Wu, JunJie. “Optimal Weed Control Under Static and Dynamic Decision Rules.” Agricultural Economics 25(June 2001):119-130.
60. Wu, JunJie, and Richard M. Adams. “Production Risk, Acreage Decisions, and Implications for Revenue Insurance Programs” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 49(March 2001): 19-35.
a. (Reprinted in Risk Management and the Environment: Agriculture in Perspective, Eds. B.A. Babcock, R.W. Fraser, and J.N. Lekakis, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003.
61. Wu, JunJie, and Bruce A. Babcock. “Spatial Heterogeneity and the Choice of Instruments to Control Nonpoint Pollution.” Environmental and Resource Economics 18(2) (February 2001): 173-192.
62. Wu, JunJie. “Slippage Effects of the Conservation Reserve Programs.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 82(November 2000): 979-992.
63. Wu, JunJie, Richard M. Adams, and William G. Boggess. "Cumulative Effects and Optimal Targeting of Conservation Efforts: Steelhead Trout Habitat Enhancement in Oregon." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 82(May 2000): 400-413.
64. Wu, JunJie, Richard M. Adams, David Zilberman, Bruce A. Babcock. “Targeting Resource Conservation Expenditures.” Choices, Second Quarter 2000.
65. Wu, JunJie. “Input Substitution and Pollution Control under Uncertainty and Firm Heterogeneity” Journal of Public Economic Theory 2(April 2000): 273-288.
66. Wu, JunJie, and William G. Boggess. "The Optimal Allocation of Conservation Funds." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 37(November 1999): 302-321.
67. Wu, JunJie, and Bruce A. Babcock. "Metamodeling Potential Nitrate Water Pollution in the Central United States." Journal of Environmental Quality 28(November-December 1999): 1916-1928.
68. Gopinath, Munisamy, and JunJie Wu. "Environmental Externalities and the Optimal Level of Market Power." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81(November 1999): 825-833.
69. Wu, JunJie, and Bruce A. Babcock. "The Relative Efficiency of Voluntary vs. Mandatory Environmental Regulation." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 37(September 1999): 158-175.
70. Wu, JunJie. “Crop Insurance, Acreage Decisions, and Nonpoint-Source Pollution.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81(May 1999): 305-320.
71. Wu, JunJie, and Bruce A. Babcock. “The Choice of Tillage, Rotation, and Soil Testing Practices: Economic and Environmental Implications.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 80(August 1998): 494-511.
72. Babcock, Bruce A., P. G. Lakshminarayan, JunJie Wu, and David Zilberman. "Targeting Tools for the Purchase of Environmental Amenities." Land Economics 73(August 1997): 325-339.
73. Wu, JunJie, D.J. Bernardo, H.P. Mapp, S. Geleta, M.L. Teague, K.B. Bradley, G.J. Sabbagh, R.L. Elliott, and J.H. Stone. "An Evaluation of Nitrogen Runoff and Leaching Potential in the High Plains." Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (January-February 1997): 73-80.
74. Wu, JunJie, and Bruce A. Babcock. "Contract Design for the Purchase of Environmental Goods from Agriculture." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 78(November 1996): 935-945.
75. Babcock, Bruce A., P. G. Lakshminarayan, JunJie Wu, and David Zilberman. "The Economics of a Public Fund for Environmental Amenities: A Study of CRP Contracts." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 78(November 1996): 961-71.
a. (Reprinted in The International Library of Environmental Economics and Policy: The Economics of Land Use, Eds. Peter J. Parks and Ian W. Hardie, Hampshire, United Kingdom: Ashgate Publish Limited, March 2003).
76. Wu, JunJie, D.J. Bernardo, and H.P. Mapp. "Integrating Economic and Physical Models for Analyzing Water Quality Impacts of Agricultural Policies in the High Plains." Review of Agricultural Economics 18(September 1996): 353-72.
77. Wu, JunJie, and Kathleen Segerson. "The Impact of Policies and Site Characteristics on Potential Groundwater Pollution in Wisconsin." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 77 (November 1995): 1033-47.
a. (Reprinted in The Economics of Agri-Environmental Policy, Sandra S. Batie and Richard D. Horan, eds., Ashgate Publishing, 2004, pp. 351-365.
b. (Reprinted in The Economics of Land Use, Peter J. Parks and Ian W. Hardie, eds., Ashgate Publishing, 2002, pp. 71-85.)
78. Wu, JunJie, and Bruce A. Babcock. "Optimal Design of a Voluntary "Green Payment" Program under Asymmetric Information." Journal of Agricultural & Resource Economics 20 (December 1995): 316-27.
79. Wu, JunJie, Mark L. Teague, Harry P. Mapp, and Daniel J. Bernardo. "An Empirical Analysis of the Relative Efficiency of Policy Instruments to Reduce Nitrate Water Pollution in the U.S. Southern High Plains." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 43(November 1995): 403-20.
80. Wu, JunJie, and B. Wade Brorsen. "The Impact of Government Programs and Land Characteristics on Cropping Patterns." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 43(March 1995): 87-104.
81. Wu, JunJie, and Kathleen Segerson. "On the Use of Aggregate Data to Evaluate Groundwater Protection Policies." Water Resources Research 31(July 1995): 1773-80.
82. Wu, JunJie, Harry P. Mapp, and Daniel J. Bernardo. "A Dynamic Analysis of the Impact of Water Quality policies on Irrigation Investment and Crop Choice Decisions." Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 26(December 1994): 506-25.

• Papers under Review
1. Wu, JunJie, and Jialing Yu. “Efficiency-Equity Tradeoffs in the Targeting of Payments for Ecosystem Services.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics (under review).
2. Wu, JunJie, and Caiwen Wu. “Interaction Effects Of Environmental Regulation and Agglomeration Economy.” Journal of Law and Economics (under review).
3. Wu, JunJie, and Walid Oueslati. “Land Use Patterns, Spatial Policies and the Environment: A Framework to Assess Their Interactions and Empirical Research Needs.” International Review of Environmental Economics and Policy (Revise and resubmit).
4. Wu, JunJie, and Walid Oueslati. “Causes and Consequences of Open Space in U.S. Urban Areas.” Journal of Urban Economics (under review).
5. Claassen, Roger, Christian Langpap, and JunJie Wu. “Impacts of Federal Crop Insurance on Land Use and Environmental Quality.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics (under review).
6. Wu, Jian, Yazhen Gong, and Walid Oueslati. “Spatial Distribution of Natural Reserves in China.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (submitted).
7. Langpap, Christian, and JunJie Wu. “Threshold, Pervasive Incentives, and Preemptive Conservation of Endangered Species.” Journal of Association of Environmental and Resource Economics Association (under review).
8. Oueslati, Walid, Julien Salanié, and JunJie Wu. “Urbanization and Agricultural Structural Adjustments: Some Lessons from European Cities.” Journal of Economic Geography (under review).
9. Sexton, Steven, JunJie Wu, and David Zilberman. “How High Gas Prices Triggered the Housing Crisis: Theory and Empirical Evidence.” Under revision.

• Book Chapters
1. Stone, Edward, JunJie Wu. “Land Use and Municipal Profiles.” In Oxford Handbook of Land Economics. Ed. J. Duke and J. Wu. London: Oxford University Press, 2014.
2. Xu, Wenchao, JunJie Wu. “Amenity-Driven Migration and the Spatial Distribution of Economic Activity.” In The Economic Value of Landscapes. Eds. Martijn van der Heide and Wim Heijman. New York: Routledge, 2013.
3. Stone, Edward, JunJie Wu. “Targeting Payment for Ecosystem Services.” In Agriculture, Biodiversity and Markets. Ed. S. Lockie and D. Carpenter. London: Earthscan, 2010.
4. Wu, JunJie, Munisamy Gopinath. “Spatial Disparities in Economic Development in the United States.” In Globalization and the Rural-Urban Divide. Ed. M. Gopinath, Soule: Soule National University Press, 2010.
5. Wu, JunJie, and Sanjiv Mishra. “Natural Amenities, Human Capital, and Economic Growth: An Empirical Analysis.” In Frontier in Resource and Rural Economics. Ed. J. Wu, P. Barkley, and B. Weber. Washington DC: RFF Press, 2008.
6. Coiner, C.U., Wu, J., Polasky, S. Santelmann, M. “Economic Implications.” In From the Corn Belt to the Gulf: Societal and Environmental Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures. Eds. J. I. Nassauer, M.V. Santelmann, and D. Scavia. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, 2007.
7. Santelmann, M., White, D., Lindsay, K., Nassauer, J., Eilers, J., Vache, K., Danielson, B., Corry, R., Clark, M., Polasky, S., Cruse, R., Sifneos, J., Rustigian, H., Coiner, C., Wu, J., Debinski, D. “An integrated assessment of alternative futures for Corn Belt Agriculture.”In From the Corn Belt to the Gulf: Societal and Environmental Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures. Eds. J. I. Nassauer, M.V. Santelmann, and D. Scavia. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, 2007.
8. Liss, William J., and JunJie Wu. "Case Study 2: Oregon: Efficient Riparian Restoration for Salmon Recovery." In Building the Scientific Basis for Green Payments, eds. Sarah Lynch and Sandra S. Batie, World Wildlife Fund, Inc., Washington DC, 2006.
9. Adams, M.R, JunJie Wu, and L.L. Houston. “Changes in Crop Yields and Irrigation Demand.” In The Impact of Climate Change on Regional Systems, Eds, J.B. Smith, and R. Mendelsohn. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2006.
10. Wu, JunJie. “Land Use Changes and Regulations in Five Western States of the United States.” In Economics of Rural Land-Use Change, Eds. K. P. Bell, K. J. Boyle, and J. Rubin. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2006.
11. Langpa, Christain, and JunJie Wu. “Voluntary Agreements under Uncertainty and Irreversibility.” In “Voluntary Agreements in Climate Policy” Eds. Andrea Baranzini and Philippe Thalmann, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2004.
12. Santelmann, M. K. Freemark, D. White, J. Nassauer, M. Clark, B. Danielson, J. Eilers, R. Cruse, S. Galatowitsch, S. Polasky, K. Vache, J. Wu. Applying Ecological Principles to Land-Use Decision Making in Agricultural Watersheds, In: V. Dale and R. Haeuber, Eds. Applying Ecological Principles to Land Management. Springer-Verlag, NY. 2001.
13. Wu, JunJie. "Market Demand." In Microeconomic Analysis, eds. James Hsiao, and Zhong-Ming Zhu. Beijing, China: Prospect Publishing Company, 1988.
14. Wu, JunJie. "General Equilibrium Analysis and Resource Allocation." In Microeconomic Analysis, eds. James Hsiao, and Zhong-Ming Zhu. Beijing, China: Prospect Publishing Company, 1988.
15. Wu, JunJie. "Welfare Economics." In Microeconomic Analysis, eds. James Hsiao, and Zhong-Ming Zhu. Beijing, China: Prospect Publishing Company, 1988.

• Other Publications
1. Wu, JunJie, and Walid Oueslati. “Land Use Patterns, Spatial Policies and the Environment.” Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD), ENV/EPOC/WPIEEP(2015)1, 2015.
2. Olen, Beau, Chris Daly, Mike Halbleib, and JunJie Wu. “What are the Major Climate Risks for Agriculture in the U.S. Pacific Northwest?” OreCal Policy Brief No. 014, July 2015.
3. Stone, Edward, JunJie Wu, and Ralph Alig. “Urban Green Space and Vibrant Communities: Exploring the Linkage in the Portland-Vancouver Area.” USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, General Technical Report PNW-GTR-905, March 2015.
4. Olen, Beau, and JunJie Wu. “The 2014 Farm Bill: What Are the Major Reforms and How Do They Affect Western Agriculture?” OreCal Policy Brief No. 013, April 2014.
5. Olen, Beau, and JunJie Wu. “How do Extreme Climate Events Affect Specialty Crops and Irrigation Management?” OreCal Policy Brief No. 012, February 2014.
6. Wu, JunJie. “How Do Alternative Designs of Payments for Ecosystem Services Affect Different Interest Groups?” OreCal Policy Brief No. 5, January 2013.
7. Wu, JunJie, and Bruce Weber. “What would happen if the size of the Conservation Reserve Program were reduced?” OreCal Policy Brief No. 2, December 2012.
8. Wu, JunJie, and Bruce Weber. “Implications of a Reduced Conservation Reserve Program.” In The Conservation Crossroads in Agriculture: Insight from Leading Economists. The Council on Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources, August 2012.
9. Wu, JunJie. “Land Use Changes: Economic, Social and Environmental Impacts.” U.S. Farm Foundation Policy Brief. 2008.
10. Babcock, A.B., T. Campbell,P. Gassman, T.M. Hurley, P. Mitchell, T. Otake, M. Siemers, J.J. Wu. Resource and Agricultural Policy System 1997: Agricultural and Environmental Outlook. Ames, Iowa: Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Iowa State University, 1998.
11. Johnson, S.R., P.G. Lakshminarayan, Gassman, M. Siemers, T. Otake, J. Opsomer, B.A. Babcock, T. Campbell, J.J Wu, P. Mitchell, T. Bishop, A. Carriquiry. Resource and Agricultural Policy System 1996: Agricultural and Environmental Outlook. Ames, Iowa: Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Iowa State University, 1996.
12. Wu, JunJie, William G. Boggess, and Richard A. Adams. “Limited Information and Optimal Targeting of Public Spending for Salmon Recovery.” In Proceedings of the Portland State University Salmon Symposium, Portland, Oregon, July 7-8, 2000.
13. Gassman, P.W., J.J. Wu, P. Mitchell, B.A. Babcock, T.M. Hurley, and S.W. Chung. “Impact of U.S. Agricultural Policy on Regional Nitrogen Losses.” In Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Diffuse Pollution (Poster Papers), 31 Aug. - 4 Sept., Edinburgh, Scotland. International Association of Water Quality, London, England. pp. 115-122.
• Published Abstracts
1. Wu, JunJie, David Zilberman, and Bruce A. Babcock. “Environmental and Distributional Impacts of Conservation Targeting Strategies.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81(December 1999).
2. Boggess, William, JunJie Wu, and Richard Adams. “Threshold Effects and Optimal Targeting of Conservation Efforts: The Case of Salmon Habitat Enhancement in Oregon.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81(December 1999).
3. Wu, JunJie, and Bruce A. Babcock. “The Relative Efficiency of Voluntary vs. Mandatory Environmental Regulations.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 80(December 1998).
4. Babcock, Bruce A., Terry Hurley, JunJie Wu. “The Environmental Effects of Freedom to Farm.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 80(December 1998).
5. Wu, JunJie, and Bruce A. Babcock. “Optimal Design of a Voluntary "Green Payment" Program under Asymmetric Information.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 77(December 1995).
6. Wu, JunJie, and Shiping Liu. "The Impacts of Considering Weed Seed Dynamics on Herbicide Use and Farm Income." Abstract, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 77(December 1995).
7. Lakshminarayan, P.G., B.A. Babcock, and J.J. Wu. "Targeted Renewal of Conservation Reserve Program Contracts." Abstract, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 77(December 19958).
8. Wu, JunJie, and Others. "Water Pollution Potential From Fertilizer Nitrogen in the High Plains." Abstract, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 76(December 1994).
9. Segerson, Kathleen, and JunJie Wu. "Aggregation Bias and the Value of Site-Specific Information." Abstract, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 74(December 1992).
• Technical Bulletins, Working Papers, and Project Reports
1. Sexton, Steven, JunJie Wu, and David Zilberman. “How High Gas Prices Triggered the Housing Crisis: Theory and Empirical Evidence.” Center for Energy and Environmental Economics, University of California, Berkeley, Working Paper Series, E3 WP-034, February 2012.
2. Wu, JunJie, David Zilberman, and Bruce Babcock. “Environmental and Distributional Effect of Conservation Targeting Strategy.” CARD Working Paper 99-WP 230, November 2000.
3. Wu, JunJie. “The Resource and Agricultural Policy System: Upgrade and Documentation.” CARD Technical Report, 2000.
4. Wu, JunJie, and Bruce A. Babcock. “Spatial Heterogeneity and the Choice of Instruments to Control Nonpoint Pollution.” CARD Working Paper 96-WP 164, September 1996.
5. Wu, JunJie, and Bruce A. Babcock. “The Choice of Tillage, Rotation, and Soil Testing Practices: Economic and Environmental Implications.” CARD Working Paper 96-WP 161, July 1996.
6. Wu, JunJie, P. G. Lakshminarayan, and Bruce A. Babcock. "Impacts of Agricultural Practices and Policies on Potential Nitrate Water Pollution in the Midwest and Northern Plains of the United States." CARD Working Paper 96-WP148, February 1996.
7. Wu, JunJie, and Bruce A. Babcock. "Optimal Design of a Voluntary Green Payment Program under Asymmetric Information." CARD Working Paper 95-WP131, February 1995.
8. Babcock, Bruce A., P. G. Lakshminarayan, and JunJie Wu. "Economic, Environmental, and Fiscal Impacts of a Targeted Renewal of Conservation Reserve Program Contracts." CARD Working Paper 95-WP129, February 1995.
9. Babcock, Bruce A., P. G. Lakshminarayan, and JunJie Wu. "Renewing CRP: Results from a Study of Alternative Targeting Criteria." CARD Briefing Paper 95-BP6, February 1995.
10. Bernardo, D.J. H.P. Mapp, R.L. Elliott, and J.H. Stone, S. Geleta, M.L. Teague, K.B. Bradley, G.J. Sabbagh, and J.J. Wu. "Agricultural Practices and Groundwater Quality in the High Plains: Impacts of State, Regional and National Policies." Final Report submitted to the U.S. Geological Survey, Department of Interior. USGS project No. 14-08-0001-G2082. May 1994.
11. Segerson, Kathleen, and JunJie Wu. "Aggregation Bias and The Value of Site-Specific Information." Project Report submitted to U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service under Cooperative Agreement No. 58-39em-9-80068, April 1993.

9. Invited Seminars/Presentations
1. “Causes and Consequences of Open Space Conservation in U.S. Urban Areas.” Michigan State University. October 22, 2015.
2. “Causes and Consequences of Open Space Conservation in U.S. Urban Areas.” University of Nebraska. September 11, 2015.
3. “Land Use Patterns, Spatial Policies and the Environment.” Presented in the 8th Meeting of the OECD Working Party on Integrating Environmental and Economic Policies, Paris, France, 27-28 May 2015.
4. “Open Space in U.S. Urban Areas: What Determine the Optimal Amount? How Does It Affect Communities?” Presented in the 8th Meeting of the OECD Working Party on Integrating Environmental and Economic Policies, Paris, France, 27-28 May 2015.
5. “Open Space in U.S. Urban Areas: What Determine the Optimal Amount? How Does It Affect Communities?” OECD Environment Directorate Seminar, Paris, France, 29 May 2015.
6. “Land Use Patterns and Sustainable Economic Development: Some Implications for Policy.” Presented in the OECD 7th Meeting of the Working Party on Integrating Environmental and Economic Policies, Paris, France, 18-19 November 2014.
7. “Land as a Renewed Focus in Economics.” Presented in the CSIRO Land Use Economics and Ecosystem Services Workshop, Adelaide, Australia. January 21-22, 2014.
8. “Payment for Ecosystem Services: Economic Principles and Political Realities.” Presented in the CSIRO Land Use Economics and Ecosystem Services Workshop, Adelaide, Australia. January 21-22, 2014.
9. “Integrating Economic and Biophysical Models for Policy Analysis.” Presented in the CSIRO Land Use Economics and Ecosystem Services Workshop, Adelaide, Australia. January 21-22, 2014.
10. “Land as a Renewed Focus in Economics.” Keynote Presentation in the 7th Annual Conference of the French Society of Rural Economy, Angers, France. December 12-13, 2013.
11. “How High Gas Prices Triggered the Housing Crisis: Theory and Empirical Evidence.” Zhejiang University College of Public Administration, July 24, 2012.
12. “Integrating Economic and Biophysical Models for Public Policy Analysis.” Renmin University of China School of Environment and Natural Resource, July 7, 2012.
13. “How High Gas Prices Triggered the Housing Crisis: Theory and Empirical Evidence.” Chinese Academy of Science Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy, July 22, 2012.
14. “How High Gas Prices Triggered the Housing Crisis: Theory and Empirical Evidence.” Research Institute of Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, December 19, 2011.
15. “Trends in Resource and Environmental Economics Research and Education.” Renmin University of China School of Environment and Natural Resource Retreat, She Xian, Anhui, July, 2011.
16. “Targeting Incentives to Reduce Habitat Fragmentation.” Kyoto University, July 22, 2010.
17. “Interactions between Food Prices, Energy Markets, and Biofuel Policies: A General Equilibrium Analysis.” The Third Berkeley Conference on the Bioeconomy: The Current Situation of Biofuel: Economics, Policy, Technology, and Research. UC Berkeley, June 24-25, 2010.
18. “Targeting Incentives for to Reduce Habitat Fragmentation.” The University of Connecticut, May 20, 2010.
19. “Open Space Conservation and Urban Spatial Structure.” Resources for the Future, April 16, 2010
20. “Environmental Amenities, Land Use Policies and Urban Spatial Structure.” Invited Keynote Speaker, the 1st International Conference on Landscape Economics, Vienna, July 3-5, 2009.
21. “Optimal Design of Policies for Ecosystems Protection.” Ocean University of China, Qingdao, June 26, 2009.
22. “Payment for Ecosystem Services: Economic Principles and Political Realities.” Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China, June 6, 2009.
23. “What Causes Spatial Variations in Economic Development in the United States?” Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China, June 6, 2009.
24. “Payment for Ecosystem Services: Economic Principles and Political Realities.” University of Tokyo, Tokyo, May 5, 2009.
25. “Payment for Ecosystem Services: Economic Principles and Political Realities.” Peking University, Beijing, China, May 20, 2009.
26. “Payment for Ecosystem Services: Economic Principles and Political Realities.” Kyoto University, Kyoto, May 4, 2009.
27. “Payment for Ecosystem Services: Economic Principles and Political Realities.” University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, April 27, 2009.
28. “Payment for Ecosystem Services: Economic Principles and Political Realities.” Renmin University of China, April 14, 2009.
29. “Environmental Amenities and Urban Spatial Structure.” University of Heidelberg, Germany, December 22, 2008.
30. “Environmental Amenities, Development Density, and Urban Spatial Structure.” University of Cambridge, UK, November 5, 2008.
31. “What Causes Spatial Variations in Economics Development in the United States?” London School of Economics and Political Sciences, UK, October 25, 2008.
32. “What Impact Will Increased Commodity Prices Have on the Environment? Presented in the Conference “Rising Food and Energy Prices: US Food Policy at a Crossroads”, Oregon State University, October 2, 2008.
33. “Targeting Payments for Ecosystem Services.” Keynote Address to the 10th Annual BIOECON Conference on ‘The Effectiveness and efficiency of biodiversity conservation instruments’, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, UK, Sept 28-30, 2008.
34. “What Causes Spatial Variations in Economics Development in the United States?” Keynote Address to the International Symposium on “Globalization and the Rural-Urban Divide.” Seoul, Korea, June 30-July 2, 2008.
35. “Environmental Amenities, Wages and Urban Spatial Structure.” The 2007 AAEA Pre-Conference Workshop, Fundamentals of Spatial Economics, Portland, Oregon, July 28, 2007.
36. “Environmental Amenities, Wages and Urban Spatial Structure.” The 2007 Annual Meeting of Rural Sociological Society/NRI Rural Development Program Project Director’s Meeting. August 2, 2007, Santa Clara, California.
37. “Optimal Land Development with Endogenous Environmental Amenities.” Invited presentation at the Tri-Society (ASA-CSSA-SSSA)’s Symposium on Land Use Dynamics, Indianapolis, November 12-16, 2006.
38. “Amenities, Infrastructure and Spatial variations in Economic Development in the United States.” Presented in the International Workshop on the Role of Open Space and Green Amenities in the Residential Move from Cities.” Sponsored by UMR INRA-ENESAD, Dijon, France, December 14-16, 2005.
39. “Oregon: Efficient Riparian Restoration for Salmon Recovery." Presented in the Workshop "Building the Scientific Basis for Green Payments." Sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund, Washington DC, April 14-15, 2005.
40. “The Political Economy of Conservation Targeting Strategies." Presented in the Workshop "The Political Economy of Agri-Environmental Policies in the US and the EU." Sponsored by UC Berkeley, Grass Valley, CA, May 27-28, 2005.
41. “Income Growth in Rural Areas: Where is There a Problem? - National Measures.” Presented in the Workshop “Can New Products and New International and Domestic Marketing Channels Increase Rural Income? Ideas, Models, and Evidence.” Sponsored by Iowa State University, Sonoma Valley, CA, June 18-21, 2005.
42. “Theory of Firm and Household Location Decisions.” Presented in the Workshop “Can New Products and New International and Domestic Marketing Channels Increase Rural Income? Ideas, Models, and Evidence.” Sponsored by Iowa State University, Sonoma Valley, CA, June 18-21, 2005.
43. “Environmental Amenities and Urban Spatial Structure.” Department of Applied Economics, University of Minnesota, March 2004.
44. “Optimal Land Development with Endogenous Environmental Amenities.” University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, June 15-17, 2003.
45. “Using Sciences to Improve the Economic Efficiency of Conservation Policies.” Northeastern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Invited speaker, June 8-11, 2003.
46. Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics, Ohio State University, October 2002.
47. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA, July, 2002.
48. Department of Economics, Iowa State University, March 2002.
49. Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California at Davis, February 2002.
50. Departments of Economics and Environmental Sciences, January 2002.
51. Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California at Berkeley, April 21, 2000.
52. Department of Resource Economics and Policy, University of Maine, April 23, 1999.
53. Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University, May 1987.
54. Department of Economics, Iowa State University, April, 1997.
55. Department of Agricultural Economics, Washington State University, 1986.

Papers Presented in Professional Meetings
1. Impact of Climate on Land and Water Decisions for Irrigated Agriculture in the U.S. Pacific Northwest.” Presented in the 2016 W3133 Project Annual Meeting, Portland Oregon, February 24-26, 2016. (with Beau Olen (presenter)).
2. “Impacts of Water Scarcity and Climate on Land Use for Irrigated Agriculture in the U.S. West Coast.” Presented in the 2015 Annual Meetings of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, San Francisco, CA, July 26-29, 2015 (with Beau Olen (presenter)).
3. “Impacts of Changes in Federal Crop Insurance Programs on Land Use and Environmental Quality.” Presented in the Symposium on Crop Insurance and the 2014 Farm Bill: Implementing Change in U.S. Agricultural Policy, Louisville, Kentucky, October 8-9, 2014 (with Christian Langpap).
4. “Environmental Conservation in the US: Policy, Economics and Room for Improvement.” Presented in Agricultural Outlook Forum: The Changing Face of Agriculture Track: Conservation. Arlington, Virginia, February 20-21, 2014. (with Susan Capalbo (presenter), and Beau Olen).
5. “The 2014 Farm Bill: Potential Impacts in Oregon.” Farm Bill Briefing for Congressional Staff Food Innovation Center, Portland, Oregon. July 31, 2014. (with Beau Olen).
6. “The Conservation Reserve Program: Achievements to Date and Challenges Ahead.” Presented in the Conference “The Farm Bill and Western Agriculture,” UC Davis Conference Center May 14, 2013.
7. “Agglomeration, Environmental Regulation and Plant’s Location Decisions.” Presented in the 2012 AERE Summer Conference in Asheville, NC, June 3-5, 2012. (with Caiwen Wu (presenter)).
8. “Crop-Specific Modeling, Irrigation Technology Choice, Water Demand, Asset Heterogeneity, Climate, Water Scarcity.” Presented in the 2012 Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) annual meetings, Seattle, WA. August 12-14, 2012 (With Beau Olen (presenter), C. Langpap).
9. “Impacts on Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Population Migration and Substitution of Energy Sources Resulting from the Tohoku Earthquake.” A poster presented in the 2012 Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) annual meetings, Seattle, WA. August 12-14, 2012 (with S.-H. Cho, K. Tanaka, M. Chadourne, R. K. Roberts, S. G. Kim).
10. “Unintended Effects of Urbanization in China: Land Use Spillovers and Soil Carbon Loss.” Presented in the 2011 AERE Summer Conference in Seattle, June 9-10, 2011 (with Man Li (presenter) and Xiangzheng Deng).
11. “How High Gas Prices Triggered the Housing Crisis: Theory and Empirical Evidence.” Presented in the 2011 AERE Summer Conference in Seattle, June 9-10, 2011 (with Steven Sexton (presenter) and David Zilberman).
12. “Voting with Your Feet: Community Characteristics and Household Locational Choice.” Presented in the 2011 AERE Summer Conference in Seattle, June 9-10, 2011 (with Ned Stone (presenter)).
13. “Interactions between Food Prices, Energy Markets, and Biofuel Policies: A General Equilibrium Analysis.” Selected paper presented in the 2010 Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) annual meetings, Denver, CO, July 25-27, 2010.
14. “Land use and water quality in Lake Biwa, Japan.” Presented in the 2010 Annual Meetings of WEAI, Portland Oregon, June 30-July 2, 2010 (with Katsuya Tanaka (presenter)).
15. “Interactions between Food Prices, Energy Markets, and Biofuel Policies: A General Equilibrium Analysis.” Presented in the 2010 World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Montreal, Canada, June 28-July 2, 2010.
16. “Open Space Conservation and Urban Socioeconomic Landscapes.” Selected paper presented in the 2009 American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) annual meetings, Milwarkee, WI, July 26-28, 2009 (with Wenchao Xu (presenter), and Ralph Alig).
17. “Wildland Fire Hazard, Land Conservation, and Urban Development Patterns.” Selected paper presented in the 2009 American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) annual meetings, Milwarkee, WI, July 26-28, 2009 (with Wenchao Xu, presenter).
18. “An Empirical Analysis of Land Use Change and Soil Carbon Sequestration Cost in China.” Selected paper presented in the 2009 American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) annual meetings, Milwarkee, WI, July 26-28, 2009 (with Man Li, presenter).
19. “Targeting Incentives to Reduce Habitat Fragmentation.” The 9th Annual BIOECON Conference on Economics and Institutions for Biodiversity Conservation. Kings College Cambridge, 19-21 September 2007.
20. “Environmental Amenities, Wages and Urban Spatial Structure.” Poster presentation, NRI Rural Development Program Project Director’s Meeting. Santa Clara, CA, August 2, 2007.
21. “How Does Suburbanization Affect Local Public Finance and Communities?” Principal paper presented at the annual meeting of Allied Social Sciences Association, Chicago, January 2007.
22. “How Do the Location Decisions of Firms and Households Affect Rural Income in America?” Selected paper presented in the 2005 American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) annual meeting, Providence, Rhode Island, July 23-27, 2005.
23. “Conservation Policy and Land Values: The Conservation Reserve Program.” Selected paper presented in the 2005 American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) annual meeting, Providence, Rhode Island, July 23-27, 2005.
24. “Optimal Landscape Conservation with Habitat Fragmentation Effects.” Selected paper presented in the 2005 American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) annual meeting, Providence, Rhode Island, July 23-27, 2005.
25. “Urban Sprawl and Municipal Structure.” Selected paper presented in the annual meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Montreal, Canada, July 27-30, 2003.
26. “Overcoming the Technical Barriers to Performance-based Agricultural/Environmental Programs.” Organized Symposium presented in the 2003 AAEA annual meeting, Montreal, Canada, July 27-30, 2003.
27. “The Economics of Environmental Management in a Spatially Heterogeneous River Basin.” Selected paper presented in the 2003 American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) annual meeting, Montreal, Canada, July 27-30, 2003.
28. “Urban Sprawl and Obesity.” Selected paper presented in the 2003 AAEA annual meeting, Montreal, Canada, July 27-30, 2003.
29. “Amenities in an Urban Equilibrium Model: Residential Development in Portland, Oregon.” Selected paper presented in the 2003 AAEA annual meeting, Montreal, Canada, July 27-30, 2003.
30. “Rural Amenities and Urban Sprawl.” Presented in the session “Issues in the Provision of Rural Amenities” in the 76th Annual WEA International Conference, San Francisco, July 4-8, 2001.
31. “Open Space Policies and Urban Spatial Structure.” Presented in the World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Monterey, CA, June 23-27, 2002.
32. “Voluntary Conservation of Endangered Species under Uncertainty and Irreversibility.” Presented in the World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Monterey, CA, June 23-27, 2002.
33. “Urbanization under Uncertainty and Government Regulations.” Presented in the 2002 AAEA annual meeting, Long Island, CA, July 2002.
34. “The Political Economy of Pacific Salmon Habitat Restoration.” Presented in the session “Issues in the Provision of Rural Amenities” in the 76th Annual WEA International Conference, San Francisco, July 4-8, 2001.
35. “Land Development and Endogenous Regulations” selected paper, Western Agricultural Economics Association meeting. July 8-11, 2001. Logan, UT.
36. “Interaction among Residential Development, Land Use Regulations, and Public Finance: An Econometric Analysis” selected paper, American Agricultural Economics Association meeting. August 5-8, 2001. Chicago, IL.
37. “The Effect of Uncertainty and Land Use Regulations on Urbanization and Farmland Loss." Selected Paper, Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Tampa, Florida, July 30-August 2, 2000.
38. “Economic and Environmental Implications of Alternative Landscape Designs in the Walnut Creek Watershed of Iowa” Selected Poster, Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Tampa, Florida, July 30-August 2, 2000.
39. “Environmental and Distributional Impacts of Conservation Targeting Strategies.” Selected Paper, Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Nashville, Tennessee, August 8-11, 1999.
40. “Threshold Effects and Optimal Targeting of Conservation Efforts: Salmon Habitat Enhancement in Oregon.” Selected Paper, presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Nashville, Tennessee, August 8-11, 1999.
41. “Economic Implications of Alternative Landscape Designs in the Walnut Creek Watershed of Iowa.” Paper presented at the IALE World Congress, 1999.
42. “The Relative Efficiency of Voluntary vs. Mandatory Environmental Regulations.” Selected Paper, Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 2-5, 1998.
43. “The Environmental Effects of Freedom to Farm.” Selected Paper, Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 2-5, 1998.
44. “Optimal Design of a Voluntary "Green Payment" Program under Asymmetric Information." Selected Paper, Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Indianapolis, Indiana, August 6-9, 1995.
45. “The Impacts of Considering Weed Seed Dynamics on Herbicide Use and Farm Income." Selected Paper, Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Indianapolis, Indiana, August 6-9, 1995.
46. “Targeted Renewal of Conservation Reserve Program Contracts." Selected Paper, Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Indianapolis, Indiana, August 6-9, 1995.
47. “Water Pollution Potential From Fertilizer Nitrogen in the High Plains." Selected Paper, Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, San Diego, California, August 7-10, 1994.
48. “Aggregation Bias and the Value of Site-Specific Information." Selected Paper, Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Baltimore, MD, August 8-12, 1992.

11. Courses Taught
AREC 351: Natural Resource Economics and Policy (undergraduate)
AREC 551: Natural Resource Economics (MS level)
AREC 652: Advanced Environmental Economics (Ph.D. level)
AREC 653: Spatial Economics of Natural Resources (Ph.D. level)
AEC 612: Advanced Microeconomic Theory II (Ph.D. level)
AEC 613: Advanced Microeconomic Theory III (Ph.D. level)
Graduate Students Advising
Served as a major professor for 18 graduate students and 2 postdoc (2 postdoc, 12 Ph.D., 6 MS)
Served as a committee member for 29 graduate students (15 Ph.D., 14 MS)