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Interdisciplinary Agriculture
 
   
Title
Professor
Name
Wei-Chun Tseng ( 曾偉君 )
Classification
Interdisciplinary Agriculture
Academic Background
Ph.D., University of Maryland, U.S.A
Specialty
Recreational Aspects of Natural Resources, Applied Econometrics
E-Mail
tweichun@nchu.edu.tw
Tel
886-4-22840350 ext 203、233
 
 
Journal Publications:
  1. McConnell, K. E., and W. Tseng, 1999, Some Preliminary Evidence on Sampling of Alternatives with Random Parameters Logit. Marine Resources Economics. 14(4), 317-332. (Econlit)
  2. Tseng, W., and W. Ngamsomsuke, 2012. The Nested Collective Lottery that Maximizes Welfare under Consumption Interdependence. Applied Economics. 44, 1863-1866. (SSCI)
  3. Liao, S.Y., Y.Y. Lin, and W.Tseng*, 2011. A Random Rationing Mechanism which Reduces the Risks of No Son Left at Home. Defence and Peace Economics. 22(3), 265-277. (SSCI)
  4. Liao, S.Y., W.Tseng, and C.C. Chen*, 2010. Eliciting Public Preference for Nuclear Energy against the Backdrop of Global Warming. Energy Policy. 38(11), 7054-7069. (SCI)
  5. Tseng, W., H.A. Li, W.Huang, and L.H. Liang, 2010. The Potential Number of H5N1 Avian Influenza Human Cases in Egypt. Public Health, 124(8), 452-459. (SCI;SSCI)
  6. Liao, S.Y., W. Tseng, P.Y. Chen, C.C. Chen*, and W.M. Wu, 2010. Estimating the Economics Impacts of Climate Change on Cardiovascular Diseases—Evidence from Taiwan. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 7, 4250-4266.(SCI)
  7. Chen, S.T., C. Yang, W. Tseng*, and C.C. Chen, 2010, Options Using a Collective Lottery to Ration Vaccines During an Influenza Pandemic. Applied Economics. 42(8), 1055–1065.(SSCI)
  8. Kuo, H.I., C.L. Lu, W. Tseng*, and H.A. Li, 2009, A Spatiotemporal Statistical Model of the Risk Factors of Human Cases of H5N1 Avian Influenza in Southeast Asian Countries and China. Public Health. 123(2), 188-193. (SCI;SSCI)
  9. Tseng, W., C.C. Chen*, C.C. Chang, and Y.H. Ju. 2009, Estimating the Economic Impacts of Climate Change on Infectious Disease:A Case Study on Dengue Fever in Taiwan. Climatic Change. 92(1-2),123-140(SCI)
  10. Tseng, W. and C.C. Chen*, 2009, Estimating the Wetland Rental Fee: A Case Study Involving a Taiwan Wetland. Applied Economics. 41(24), 3179–3188.(SSCI)
  11. Kuo, H.I., C.C. Chen, W. Tseng*, L. Ju, and B.W. Huang, 2008, Assessing Impacts of SARS and Avian Flu on International Tourism Demand to Asia. Tourism Management. 29(5), 917-928.(SSCI)
  12. Tseng, W., and C.C. Chen*, 2008, Valuing the Potential Economics Impact of Climate Change on the Taiwan Trout. Ecological Economics. 65 (2): 282-291. (SCI;SSCI)
  13. Chen, C., and W. Tseng, 2006,Do Humans Need GMOs?—A View from a Global Trade Market. The Journal of American Academy of Business, 8(1), 147-55. (ABI;Inform)
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Conference Presentation:
  1. Tseng, W. and J. A. Curtis, 2003, Estimating Wetland Recreational Values Using the Random Parameters Logit Models: A Case Study of Major Coastal Wetlands in Taiwan. Presented at Western Economic Association Pacific Rim Conference.
 
 
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