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Title
Professor
Name
Chi-Chung Chen ( 陳吉仲 )
Classification
Interdisciplinary Agriculture
Academic Background
Ph.D., Texas A&M University, U.S.A
Specialty
Economic Analysis of Climate Change, Agricultural Policy, Resource and Environmental Economics, International Agricultural Trade, Energy Economics
E-Mail
mayjune@nchu.edu.tw
Tel
886-4-22840350 ext 308、338
 
 
Journal Publications:
  1. Adams, Richard, Chi-Chung Chen, Bruce A. McCarl and Rodney Weiher, 1999. “The Economic Consequences of ENSO Events on Agriculture.” Climate Research, Vol.13 (3): 165-172. (SCI)
  2. J.D. Atwood, Bruce A. McCarl *, Chi-Chung Chen, B. R. Eddleman, B.Nayda and R. Srinivasan, 2000/03. “Assessing Regional Impacts of Change: Linking Economic and Environmental Models.” Agricultural Systems, Vol.63 (3): 147-159. (SCI)
  3. Bruce A. McCarl, Darius Adams, Ralph Alig, Diana Burton and Chi-Chung Chen, 2000. “Effects of global climate change on the US forest sector: response functions derived from a dynamic resource and market simulator.” Climate Research, Vol.15 (3): 195-205. (SCI)
  4. Chi-Chung Chen and Bruce A. McCarl, 2000/12. “The Value of ENSO Information: Considerations of Uncertainty and Trade.” Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Vol.25 (2): 368-385. (SSCI)
  5. Chi-Chung Chen, Bruce A. McCarl and Richard M. Adams, 2001/04. “Economic Implications of Potential ENSO Frequency and Strength Shifts.” Climatic Change, Vol.49 (1-2): 147-159. (SCI)
  6. Chi-Chung Chen, Dhazn Gillig and Bruce A. McCarl, 2001/06. “Effects of Climatic Change on a Water Dependent Regional Economy: A Study of the Texas Edwards Aquifer.” Climatic Change, Vol.49 (4): 397-409. (SCI)
  7. Chi-Chung Chen and Bruce A. McCarl, 2001/09. “An Investigation of the Relationship between Pesticide Usage and Climate Change.” Climatic Change, Vol.50 (4): 475-487. (SCI)
  8. Irland L.C., Darius Adams, Ralph Alig, C.J. Betz, Chi-Chung Chen, M. Hutchins, Bruce A. McCarl, K. Skog and B.L. Sohngen, 2001/09. “Assessing Socioeconomic Impacts of Climate Change on U.S. Forest, Wood-Product Markets, and Forest Recreation.” Bioscience, Vol.51 (9): 753-764. (SCI)
  9. Adams, R.M., C.C. Chen, B.A. McCarl and D.E. Schimmelpfennig, "Climate Variability and Climate Change: Implications for Agriculture", Advances in the Economics of Environmental Resources 3, 115-148, 2001. 
  10. Chi-Chung Chen, Bruce A. McCarl and Harvey Hill, 2002/08. “Agricultural Value of ENSO Information under Alternative Phase Definition.” Climatic Change, Vol.54 (3): 305-325. (SCI)
  11. Chi-Chung Chen, Bruce A. McCarl and David E. Schimmelpfennig, 2004/09. “Yield Variability as Influenced by Climate: A Statistical Investigation.” Climatic Change, Vol.66 (1-2): 239-261. (SCI)
  12. Chi-Chung Chen, Dhazn Gillig, Bruce A. McCarl and Lynn Williams, 2005/03. “ENSO Impacts on Regional Water Management: A Case Study of the Texas Edwards Aquifer Region, USA.” Climate Research, Vol.28: 175-182. (SCI).
  13. Chi-Chung Chen and Ching-Cheng Chang, 2005/11. “The Impact of Weather on Crop Yield Distribution in Taiwan: Some New Evidence from Panel Data Models and Implications for Crop Insurance.” Agricultural Economics, Vol.33 (s3): 503-511. (SSCI)
  14. Chi-Chung Chen, Bruce A. McCarl and Ching-Cheng Chang, 2006/03. “Estimating the Impacts of Government Interventions in the International Rice Market.” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol.54 (1): 81-100. (SSCI)
  15. Chi-Chung Chen and W. Tseng, 2006/03. “Do Humans Need GMOs?—A View from a Global Trade Market.” The Journal of American Academy of Business, Vol.8 (1): 147-155. (ABI/INFORM)
  16. Chi-Chung Chen, Bruce A. McCarl and Lynn Williams, 2006/09. “Elevation Dependent Management of the Edwards Aquifer: A Linked Mathematical and Dynamic Programming Approach.” Journal of Water Resource Planning and Management, Vol.132 (5): 320-329. (SCI)
  17. Lee, H, B.A. McCarl, U.A. Schneider, and C.C. Chen, 2007, “Leakage and Comparative Advantage Implications of Agricultural Participation in Greenhouse Gas Emission Mitigation.” Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change Vol 12: 471-494.
  18. Chen, Sheng-Tung, Hsiao-I Kuo, and Chi-Chung Chen*, 2007, “The Relationship between GDP and Electricity Consumption in Ten Asian Countries”, Energy Policy(SSCI Impact Factor 2.436, Ranked 5/66 in Environmental Studies), Vol 35: 2611-2621.
  19. Wei-Chun Tseng and Chi-Chung Chen, 2008, “Valuing the Potential Economics Impact of Climate Change on the Taiwan Trout”, Ecological Economics(SSCI Impact Factor 2.422, Ranked 20/247 in Economics), Vol.65 (2): 282-291.
  20. Kuo, Hsiao-I, Chi-Chung Chen, Wei-Chun Tseng, Lanfen Ju, and Bing-Wen Huang, 2008, “Estimating the impacts of SARS and avian flu on international travel demand”, Tourism Management(SSCI Impact Factor 1.882, Ranked 10/66 in Environmental Studies), Vol 29:917-928.
  21. Chi-Chung Chen, B.A. McCarl, and Ching-Cheng Chang, 2008, “Stronger El Nino/Southern Oscillation Events and the Economics of the International Rice Market”, Climate Research (SCI Impact Factor 2.250, Ranked 57/181 in Environmental Studies), Vol 36: 113-122.
  22. Wei-Chun Tseng and Chi-Chung Chen*, 2009, “Estimating the Wetland Rental Fee: A Case Study Involving a Taiwan Wetland,” Applied Economics (SSCI), 41(24): 3179–3188.
  23. Tseng, Wei-Chun, Chi-Chung Chen*, Ching-Cheng Chang, and Yu-Hsien Chu, 2009. “Estimating the Economic Impacts of Climate Change on Infectious Diseases: A Case Study on Dengue Fever in Taiwan,” Climatic Change (SCI Impact Factor 3.635, Ranked 15/181 in Environmental Studies), Vol. 92(1-2): 123-140.
  24. Chi-Chung Chen, and B.A. McCarl, 2009, “Hurricanes and Possible Intensity Increases: Effects on and Reactions from U.S. Agriculture,” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 41(1)(April): 125–144.
  25. Sheng-Tung Chen, Wei-Chun Tseng, Chi-Ching Yang, and Chi-Chung Chen, 2009, “Options using a collective lottery to ration vaccines during an influenza pandemic.,” Applied Economics (SSCI), doi:10.1080/00036840701721091.
  26. Kuo, Hsiao-I; Chang, Chia-Lin; Huang, Bing-Wen; Chen, Chi-Chung; McAleer, Michael, 2009, “Estimating the impact of avian flu on international tourism demand using panel data,” Tourism Economics (SSCI), Vol. 15: 501-511.
  27. McAleer, Michael, B.W. Huang, H.I. Kuo, C.C. Chen, and C.L. Chang, 2010, “An Econometric Analysis of SARS and Avian Flu on International Tourist Arrivals to Asia,” Environmental and Modelling Software (SCI Impact Factor 3.085, Ranked 31/181 in Environmental Science), 25, 100-106.
  28. Chen, Chi-Chung* and Shih-Hsun Hsu, 2010, “Estimating the Potential Water Transfer Prices--The Evidence from Taiwan, DOI 10.1007/s11269-010-9604-1,“ Water Resource Management (SCI Impact Factor 2.013, Ranked 8/66 in Water Resource).
  29. Chen, Sheng-Tung, Hsiao-I Kuo, and Chi-Chung Chen*, 2010, “Modeling the Relationship between the Oil Price and Global Food Prices,” Applied Energy (SCI Impact Factor 2.209, Ranked 24/128 in Engineering), 87: 2517-2525.
  30. Shu-Yi Liao, Wei-Chun Tseng, and Chi-Chung Chen*, 2010, “Eliciting public preference for nuclear energy against the backdrop of global warming,” Energy Policy (SSCI Impact Factor 2.436, Ranked 5/66 in Environmental Studies), 38:7054–7069.
  31. Shu-Yi Liao, Chi-Chung Chen*, and Shih-Shun, Hsu, 2010,”Estimating the Value of El Nino Southern Oscillation Information in a Regional Water Market with Implications for Water Management.” Journal of Hydrology (SCI Impact Factor 2.433 in 2009, ranked 4/66 in Water Resource), 394:347–356.
  32. Shu-Yi Liao, Wei-Chun Tseng, Pin-Yu Chen, Chi-Chung Chen* and Wei-Min Wu, 2010, “Estimating the Economic Impact of Climate Change on Cardiovascular Diseases—Evidence from Taiwan”, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (SCI Expanded), 7(12):4250-4266.
  33. Chi-Chung Chen*, Bruce McCarl, Ching-Cheng Chang and Chunto Tso, 2011, “Evaluation the potential economic impacts of Taiwanese biomass energy production.” Journal of Biomass and Bioenergy (SCI Impact Factor 3.326 in 2009, ranked 11/71 in Energy and Fuels), doi:10.1016/j.biomioe.2011.01.004.
  34. Chi-Chung Chen*, Ching-Cheng, and Bruce McCarl, 2011, ”The Equivalence of Tariffs and Quotas under a Tariff-Rate Quota System- A Case Study on Rice”. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics :573-587 (SSCI Impact Factor 0.552, Ranked 8/11 in Agricultural Economics and Policy).
  35. Sheng-Tung Chen, Hsiao-I Kuo, and Chi-Chung Chen*, 2012, “Estimating the Extreme Behaviors of Students Performance using Quantile Regression— Evidences from Taiwan”, Education Economics (1):93-113.
  36. Chi-Chung Chen*, Bruce McCarl, and Ching-Cheng Chang, 2012,” Climate Change, Sea Level Rise and Rice: Global Market Implications.” Climatic Change (SCI)110: 543-560, Impact Factor 3.635, Ranked 15/181 in Environmental Studies)
  37. Chi-Chung Chen*, Bruce McCarl, and Ching-Cheng Chang, 2012,” Evaluating the Economic Impacts of Crop Yield Change and Sea Level Rise Induced by Climate Change on Taiwan Agricultural Sector”, Agricultural Economics (SSCI). 43(2):205-214.
  38. Kuo, Hsiao-I, Chi-Chung Chen*, Michael McAleer, 2012, “Estimating the Impact of Whaling on Global Whale Watching”, Tourism Management (SSCI)33: 1321-1328.
  39. Chen, Ping-Yu, Sheng-Tung Chen, and Chi-Chung Chen*, 2012, “Energy Consumption and Economic Growth—New Evidence from Meta Analysis.” Energy Policy (SSCI)44: 245–255.
  40. Chi-Chung Chen*, Bruce McCarl, and Ching-Cheng Chang, 2012 “Crop Loss in Taiwan” Research Highlights, Nature Climate Change, P74.
  41. Yu-Ying Lin, Ping-Yu Chen, and Chi-Chung Chen*, 2013, “Measuring the Environmental Efficiency of Countries: A Directional Distance Function Metafrontier Approach”, Journal of Environmental Management (SCI Impact Factor 3.245, Ranked 30/205 in Environmental Studies), 119:134-142.
  42. Yu-Ying Lin, Ping-Yu Chen, and Chi-Chung Chen*, 2013, “Measuring Green Productivity of Country:A Generlized Metafrontier Malmquist Productivity Index Approach”, Energy (SCI, Impact Factor 3.651, Ranked in 2/55 in Thermodynamics), 55:340-353.
  43. Chih-Chun Kung, Bruce A. McCarl, Chi-Chung Chen, Xiaoyong Cao, 2014, “Environmental Impact and Energy Production: Evaluation of Biochar Application on Taiwanese Set-Aside Land”, Energy and Environment (SSCI), 25-13-39.
  44. Kuo, Hsiao-I, Kang Liu, and Chi-Chung Chen*, 2014, “Modelling Japanese Tourism Demand for Asian Destinations: A Dynamic AIDS Approach”, Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research (SSCI), 19(1).
  45. Kung C-C, McCarl BA, Chen C-C. 2014, “An Environmental and Economic Evaluation of Pyrolysis for Energy Generation in Taiwan with Endogenous Land Greenhouse Gases Emissions”, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 11(3):2973-2991.
  46. Ping-Yu Chen, Bo-Yu Chen, Pei-Hui Tsai, Chi-Chung Chen*, 2014, “Evaluating the impacts of a carbon tax on imported forest products—evidence from Taiwan”, Forest Policy and Economics(SCI, IF=1.810 ranked in 13/64 in Forestry), 50:45-52.
  47. Ping-Yu Chen, Chi-Chung Chen*, Lanfen Chu, and Bruce McCarl. 2015, “Evaluating the Economic Damage of Climate Change on Global Coral Reefs”, Global Environmental Change(SSCI, Impact Factor 6.00, Ranked in 1/76 in Geography), 30: 12-20.
  48. Fan-Ping Chiu, Hsiao-I. Kuo, Chi-Chung Chen, Chia-Sheng Hsu, 2015, “The energy price equivalence of carbon taxes and emissions trading—Theory and evidence” Applied Energy (SCI, Impact Factor 5.61, Ranked in 6/134 in Engineering Chemical), 160:164-171.
 
Conference Presentation:
  1. Atwood, J.D., C.C. Chen, B.A. McCarl, R. Srinirasan, and C. Walker, “Estimating Economic Environmental Impacts at the National, Regional, and Watershed Levels: The Linked ASM/HUMUS Modeling System.” Presented at the AAEA meeting, August, Toronto, 1997.
  2. Chang, C.C., and C.C. Chen. “The Impact of ENSO Effect on World Rice Production and Trade.” Workshop of the Impacts of the 1997/99 ENSO, Taipei, 1999.
  3. McCarl, Bruce, and C.C. Chen. “Agricultural Effects of El Ñino/southern Oscillation on the U.S, Taiwan and the World An Investigation of Economic Implications.” Workshop of the Impacts of the 1997/99 ENSO, Taipei, 1999.
  4. Chang, C.C., C-C. Chen, B.A. McCarl, "The Potential Value of ENSO Forecasts to Rice Sector in Taiwan." Paper presented at the International Forum on Climate Prediction, Agriculture and Development, Palisades, New York, April 26-28,2000.
  5. Chang, C.C., and C.C. Chen, “The Implications of El Nino/southern Oscillation Events on World Rice Production and Trade.” Paper accepted for presentation at the Berlin 2000 XXIV Conference of the International Association of Agricultural Economists (IAAE), Berlin, Aug. 13-19, 2000.
  6. Butt, T.A., C.C. Chen, B.R. Eddleman, A.O. Kergna, B.A. McCarl, and J.Vitale, "Risk Consideration in Sectoral Analysis of the Adoption of Improved Technology A case study involving Sorghum and Pearl Millet in Mali", Presented at SANREM Annual Meeting, 2001.
  7. Shih-Hsun Hsu, Chi-Chung Chen, and Ching-Cheng Chang (2001). The Impacts of WTO Accession on Food Self-Sufficiency and Land Use in Taiwan. Paper presented at the International Symposium on LUCC Contribution to Asian Environmental Problems, Tokyo, , Japan, Dec. 13-14, 2001. Forthcoming in Proceeding of International Symposium on LUCC Contribution to Asian Environmental Problems.
  8. Chen, C.C., B.A. McCarl, C.C. Chang, and H.S. Shu, “Spatial Equilibrium Modeling with Imperfectly Competitive Markets: An Application to Rice Trade.” Presented at the AAEA meeting, Long Beach, California, July, 2002. 10. Chang,C.C. and C.C. Chen, “Climate Change and Crop Yield Distribution: Some New Evidence From Panel Data Models and Implications for Crop Insurance.”, Presented at the AAEA meeting, Long Beach, California, August, 2002.
  9. Hsu, Shih-Hsun, Chi-Chung Chen, and Ching-Cheng Chang (2002), “The Impacts of WTO Accession on Food Self-Sufficiency and the Agricultural Sector in Taiwan”, paper presented at Association of Third World Studies 20th Annual Meeting, Taipei, 28-30 December, 2002.
  10. Chen, Chi-Chung and Ching-Chang Chang, “On the Equivalence of Import Tariff and Quota: The Case of Rice Import in Taiwan.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Montreal, August, 2003.
  11. Chen, Chi-Chung and Shih-Hsun Hsu, “An Analysis on Potential Economic Impacts of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation through Planting Energy Crops in Taiwan.”, Selected paper at the AAEA meeting, 2004.
  12. C.C. Chen and C.C. Chang, “The Impact of Climate on Crop Yields in Taiwan: Implications for crop insurance.” Paper presented at the 11th International Panel Data Conference, Texas A&M University, June4-7, 2004.
  13. Chang, C.C., W.T. Tseng, and C.C. Chen.“The Impacts of SARS on the Domestic Tourism Demands in Taiwan.” Paper presented at the 9th International Convention of the East Asian Economic Association, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Nov 13-14, 2004.
  14. Chang, C.C., C.C. Chen, Chin M.C., and W.C. Tseng, “Is Contract Farming More Profitable and Efficient Than Non-Contract Farming-A Survey Study of Rice Farms In Taiwan?” Paper presented at the 2006 Annual Conference of American Agricultural Economics Association, Long Beach, California, July22-26, 2006.
 
Participation in Government Projects:
  1. Hollinger, S.E., B.A. McCarl, L.O. Mearns, R.M. Adams, C.C. Chen, S.J. Riha and D.E. Schimmelpfennig, Impacts of Variability on Agriculture, Chapter 4. National Climate Change Assessment Group Report, Chapter in, 2000.
  2. Hollinger, S.E., B.A. McCarl, L.O. Mearns, R.M. Adams, C.C. Chen, S.J. Riha and D.E. Schimmelpfennig, Impacts of Variability on Agriculture, Chapter 4. National Climate Change Assessment Group Report, Chapter in, 2000.
  3. McCarl, B.A., R.D. Lacewell, C.C. Chen and H.C. Lee, Red River Chloride Control Project: Agricultural Benefit Economic Update, 1997.
  4. Eddelman B.R., B.A. McCarl and C.C. Chen., Economic Benefit of Crop Variety Improvements for Texas, 13, 1997.
  5. Atwood, J.D., C.C. Chen, B.A. McCarl, R. Srinivasan and C. Walker, "Estimating Economic and Environmental Impacts at the National, Regional and Watershed Levels: The Linked ASM/HUMUS Modeling System", 1997.
  6. Atwood, J.D., B.A. McCarl and C.C. Chen, Economic and Environmental Implications Evolving Water Quality Policy, 1998.
  7. McCarl, B.A., U.A. Schneider and C.C. Chen, A Guide to Running Alternative Scenarios with ASM, 48, 1998.
  8. Schneider, U.A., C.C. Chen and B.A. McCarl, Assessment of Chemical Use Regulatory Policies: Atrazine Ban on Corn Pendimethalin Ban on Soybean, 24, 1998.
  9. Keplinger, K.O., B.A. McCarl, C.C. Chen and R.A. Ward, The 1997 Irrigation Suspension Program for the Edwards Aquifer: Evaluation and Alternatives, March, 1998.
  10. Adams, R.M., B.A. McCarl and C.C. Chen, "Economic Effects of Shifts in ENSO Event Frequency and Strength", World Meteorological Association, September, Geneva ,Switzerland,, 1999. 
  11. Eddleman, B.R., B.A. McCarl, C.C. Chen and H. Hill, SANREM Related Annual Work Report Sectoral Economics Component, 1999.
  12. Lee, H.C., B.A. McCarl, C.C. Chen and U.A. Schneider, "Effects of Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Emission Mitigation Policies: The Role of International Trade", Presented at Conference on Policies for Greenhouse Gas Reduction and Pollution in Asian-Pacific Region, November 30, 2000.
  13. McCarl, B.A., C.C. Chen and D. Gillig, U. S. National Assessment Agriculture Sector Report, 2000.
 
 
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