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Huaiyu Wang

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Name

Huaiyu Wang

  

Year of Birth

 

Department

Applied Economics

Phone No.

+86-10-68918830

Email

hwang@bit.edu.cn

Address

School of Management & Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology, 5 South Zhongguancun Street, Haidian District, Beijing

Zip Code

100081

Introduction

Associate professor; PhD in agricultural economics

Experiences

Faculty at School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China, July 2012 – present.

Post Doctoral Fellow at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI),  Philippines. Nov 2009 – Jun 2012.

Post Doctoral Fellow at the Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement, Montpellier (CIRAD), Montpellier, France, May 2008 – July 2009,

Researcher at the China Association of Small and Middle Enterprises (CASME), Beijing, P. R. China, January 2007- April 2008.

Research Interests

Impact assessment, development economics.

Selected Publications

1.      Huaiyu Wang, Paule Moustier, and Nguyen Thi Tan Loc (2014). Economic Impact of Direct Marketing and Contracts: The Case of Safe Vegetable Chains in Northern Vietnam. Food Policy 47: 13-23.

2.      Huaiyu Wang, Sushil Pandey, Orlee Velarde. Patterns of varietal adoption and economics of rice production in Asia. International Rice Research Institute, 2012 (Book).

3.      Huaiyu WANG and Sushil PANDEY, Upland farmers’ technology adoption and its impact in Southern Yunnan, presented at 28th International Conference of Agricultural Economists, Aug 18-24, Brazil.

4.      Huaiyu WANG, Sushil PANDEY and Orlee VELARDE. Pattern of adoption of improved rice varieties and its determinants in Cambodia. Journal on GSTF Business Review, Vol.2 No.1, July 2012.

5.      Huaiyu WANG et al. Farmers’ Adoption of Improved Upland Rice Technology for Sustainable Mountain Development in Southern Yunnan, Mountain Research and Development, 30(4):373-380. 2010.

6.   Huaiyu WANG, Orlee VELARDE, Roderick REJESUS and Sushil PANDEY, Non-farm work and its impact on technical efficiency on rice production in Sri Lanka, presented at 57th Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Conference (AARES), 5-8 Feb 2013, Sydney

Research Projects

1.      Study on the difference of farmers’ practices in rice farming under the environment vulnerability, Young Scientist Project funded by National Nature Science Foundation of China (NSFC, Grant No. 71403016), Jan 2015 – Dec 2017. Principal investigator.

2.      Effect of non-farm activity on technical efficiency of rice farmers in China, funded by Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), Jan 2015 – Dec 2015. Principal investigator.

3.      Strengthening Impact Assessment in CGIAR (SIAC) Objective 2.1: Organize the collection of crop germplasm improvement research related direct outcomes (China), funded by International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), Jul 2014 – Jun 2016. Principal investigator.

4.      Impact of climate change and environment stress on food security in China, Excellent youth faculty funding supported by Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT). Jan 2014 – Dec 2015. Principal investigator.

5.      Study on the technology development, management and policy issues of agriculture transgenic technology in China funded by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), Sep 2012 – present, Beijing.

6.      Impact evaluation of rice management technology (three controls technology) in Guangdong, China funded by International Rice Research Institute, Sep 2012 – May 2015, Beijing.

7.      Assessment of IRRI’s Contribution to China’s Rice Variety Improvement and Production Enhancement funded by International Rice Research Institute, Sep 2012 – Aug 2013, Beijing.

Prizes and Honors

2013 Hubei Provincial Prize for Progress in Science and Technology, Second Award, “Improving food security in the uplands of Yunnan under the economy transition”.

2012 First Prize for Best Poster Award in Global Conference on Women in Agriculture by Indian President Pratibha Devi Singh Patil, New Delhi, India.

2008 Hubei Provincial Prize for Progress in Science and Technology, Second Award, “Economic costs of drought and rice farmers’ coping mechanisms in Southern China”