Name Shuyi Feng
Gender: Female
Title: Professor PhD supervisor
Education: Doctor
Expertise : land economics;land institution;resources and environmental economics
Other Positions:
Contact: E-mail:shuyifeng@njau.edu.cn;Tel:86-25-84396009
Major Research Projects

(1) Rural Land Institution and Resource Allocation, sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.
(2) Farmland Transfer and Farmers’ Income: Evolution Mechanisms and Empirical Evidence, sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.
(3) Rural Land-stock Cooperation: Formation Mechanisms, Governance Structure and Institutional Performances, sponsored by the Specialized Research Fund for the Doctoral Program of Higher Education of China, Ministry of Education.
(4) Jiangsu Agricultural Development Report, sponsored by Major Project in Humanities and Social Science, Nanjing Agricultural University.
(5) Economics (Land Resource Economics), sponsored by the Program for New Century Excellent Talents in University, Ministry of Education.
(6) Land Transfer System Reform and the Revenue Sharing Mechanisms in China (subproject), sponsored by Key Projects of Philosophy and Social Sciences Research, Ministry of Education.
(7) Capacity Building and System Construction of Land Resource Efficiency in China: From the Perspective of Economic Development Pattern Transformation (subproject), sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.
(8) Environmental Protection, Food Safety and Agricultural Production and Service Systems (sub-project), sponsored by National Social Science Foundation of China.
(9) Construction Land Management in China: Quantity Control and Differentiated Policies (sub-project), sponsored by Key Projects of Philosophy and Social Sciences Research, Ministry of Education.

Recent Publications

Recent Books
(1) Shuyi Feng, Futian Qu, Shudong Zhou, Peixin Zhu, et al., Environmental Problems during Rural Development, Beijing: Science Press, 2013 (in Chinese).
(2) Shuyi Feng et al., Jiangsu Agricultural Development Report, Beijing: Science Press, 2013 (in Chinese).
(3) Shuyi Feng, Land Rental Market and Off-farm Employment: Rural Households in Jiangxi Province, P.R. China, Wageningen University, ISBN: 9085045355.

Journal Articles
(1) De Steur Hans, Vanhonacker Filiep, Shuyi Feng, Xiaoping Shi, Verbeke Wim, Gellynck Xavier, 2014, Cognitive biases and design effects in experimental auctions: an application to GM rice with health benefits, China Agricultural Economic Review, 6(3). http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/CAER-08-2013-0116 (SSCI).
(2) Li Ma, *Shuyi Feng, Pytrik Reidsma, Futian Qu, Nico Heerink, 2014, Identifying entry points to improve fertilizer use efficiency in Taihu Basin, China, Land Use Policy, 37, pp 52-59 (SSCI).
(3) Ingrid Nesheim, Pytrik Reidsma, Irina Bezlepkina, Rene Verburg, Mohamed Arbi Abdeladhim, Marcel Bursztyn, Le Chen, Youssouf Cisse, Shuyi Feng, Patrick Gicheru, Hannes K?nig, Nina Noviraj, Seema Purushothaman, Saulo Rodrigues-Filho, Mongi Sghaier, 2014, Causal chains, policy trade offs and sustainability: analyzing land (mis)use in seven countries in the South, Land Use Policy, 37, pp 60-70 (SSCI). (4) Jia Li, Bettina Bluemling, Liesbeth Dries, Shuyi Feng, 2014, Smallholder participation in large forestry programmes: The Camellia programme in Jiangxi province, China, Outlook on Agriculture, 43(1), pp 45-51 (SSCI).
(5) Hans De Steur, Jeroen Buysse, Shuyi Feng, Xavier Gellynck,2013,Role of information on consumers’ willingness-to-pay for genetically-modified rice with health benefits: an application to China,Asian Economic Journal,27(4),pp 391-408 (SSCI).
(6) Hans De Steur, Shuyi Feng, Shi Xiaoping, Xavier Gellynck, 2013,Consumer preferences for micronutrient strategies in China. A comparison between folic acid supplementation and folate biofortification, Public Health Nutrition, 18,1-11 (SCI).
(7) Hualiang Lu, *Shuyi Feng, Jacques H. Trienekens, S. W. F. Omta, 2012, Network strength, transaction-specific investments, inter-personal trust, and relationship satisfaction in Chinese agri-food SMEs, China Agricultural Economic Review, 4(3), pp 363-378 (SCI, SSCI).
(8) Hans De Steur, Xavier Gellynck, Shuyi Feng, Pieter Rutsaert, Wim Verbeke, 2012, Determinants of willingness-to-pay for GM rice with health benefits in a high-risk region: Evidence from experimental auctions for folate biofortified rice in China, Food Quality and Preference, 25(2), pp 87-94 (SCI, SSCI).
(9) Pytrik Reidsma, Shuyi Feng, Marloes van Loon, Xiaojuan Luo, Chiakan Kang, Marcel Lubbers, Argyris Kanellopoltlos, Joost Wolf, Martin K. van Ittersum, Futian Qu, 2012, Integrated assessment of agricultural land use policies on nutrient pollution and sustainable development in Taihu Basin, China, Environmental Science & Policy, 18, pp 66-76 (SCI, SSCI).
(10) Shuyi Feng, S. Tan, A. Zhang, Q. Zhang, G. Pan, F. Qu, P. Smith, L. Li, X. Zhang, 2011, Effect of household land management on cropland topsoil organic carbon storage at plot scale in a red earth soil area of South China, Journal of Agricultural Science, 149, pp 557-566 (SCI, SSCI).
(11) Pytrik Reidsma, Hannes K?nig, Shuyi Feng, Irina Bezlepkina, Ingrid Nesheim, Muriel Bonin, Mongi Sghaier, Seema Purushothaman, Stefan Sieber, Martin K. van Ittersum, Floor Brouwer, 2011, Methods and tools for integrated assessment of land use policies on sustainable development in developing countries, Land Use Policy, 28(3), pp 604-617 (SSCI).
(12) Masayasu Asai, Pytrik Reidsma, Shuyi Feng, 2011, Impacts of agricultural land-use changes on biodiversity in Taihu Lake Basin, China: a multi-scale casual effect approach considering multiple land-use functions, International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystems Services and Management, 6(3/4), pp 119-130.
(13) *Shuyi Feng, Nico Heerink, Ruerd Ruben, Futian Qu, 2010, Land rental market, off-farm employment and agricultural production in Southeast China: A plot-level case study, China Economic Review, 21(4), pp 598-606 (SSCI).
(14) Hualiang Lu, J.H. Trienekens, S.W.F. Omta, *Shuyi Feng, 2010, Guanxi networks, buyer-seller relationships, and farmers’ participation in modern vegetable markets in China, Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing, 22(1/2), pp 70-93.
(15) Nico Heerink, Xiaobin Bao, Rui Li, Kaiyu LU, Shuyi Feng, 2009, Soil and Water Conservation Investments and Rural Development in China, China Economic Review, 20(2), pp 288-302 (SSCI).
(16) Hualian Lu, J.H. Trienekens, S.W.F. Omta, *Shuyi Feng, 2009, The role of guanxi networks in vegetable supply chains: Empirical evidence from P.R. China, Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing, 21(2/3), pp 98-115.
(17) *Shuyi Feng, N. Heerink, 2008, Are farm households’ land renting and migration decisions inter-related in rural China?, NJAS-Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences, 55(4), pp 345-362 (SCI, SSCI).
(18) *Shuyi Feng, 2008, Land rental, off-farm employment and technical efficiency of farm households in Jiangxi Province, China, NJAS-Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences, 55(4), pp 363-378 (SCI, SSCI).
(19) Hualiang Lu, Jacques H. Trienekens, S. W. F. (Onno) Omta, *Shuyi Feng, 2008, The value of guanxi for small vegetable farmers in China, British Food Journal, 110(4-5), pp 412-429 (SCI, SSCI).
(20) Hualiang Lu, *Shuyi Feng, Jacques H. Trienekens, S.W.F. Omta, 2008, Performance in vegetable supply chains: The role of Guanxi networks and buyer-seller relationships, Agribusiness, 24(2), pp 253-274 (SCI, SSCI).
(21) Hualiang Lu, Jacques Trienekens, S. W. F. Omta, *Shuyi Feng, 2008, Influence of guanxi, trust and farmer-specific factors on participation in emerging vegetable markets in China, NJAS-Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences, 56(1-2), pp 21-38 (SCI, SSCI).
(22) A. J. Oskam, Shuyi Feng, 2008, Sustainable land use under different institutional settings, NJAS-Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences, 55(4), pp 295-306 (SCI, SSCI).
(23) Hualiang Lu, Jacques Trienekens, Onno Omta, Shuyi Feng, 2007, The role of guanxi networks and contracts in Chinese vegetable supply chains, Journal on Chain and Network Science, 7(2), pp 121-131.
(24) Lan Zhang, *Shuyi Feng, Futian Qu, 2014, Regional Differences of Farmland Transfer and Its Influencing Factors: A Case Study of Jiangsu Province, China Land Sciences, 28(5), pp 73-80 (in Chinese).
(25) Bo Wang, Hai Jiang, Shuyi Feng, Futian Qu, 2014, Options for the Quantity Control of Construction Land Expansion Based on Scenario Analysis, China Population, Resources and Environment, 24(3), pp 69-76 (in Chinese).
(26) Caixia Shangguan, *Shuyi Feng, Peilu Lv, Futian Qu, 2014, Regional Differences of Rural Residential Land Replacement Modes and the Reasons in the Perspective of Transaction Cost Economics, China Population, Resources and Environment, pp 107-115 (in Chinese).
(27) Xiaoli Guo, *Shuyi Feng, Peilu Lv, Ziming Liu, 2014, The Economical and Intensive Use of Construction Land: A Case Study on Old town, Old Village and Old Factory Transformation in Foshan, Resources Science, 36(8), pp 1554-1562 (in Chinese).
(28) Xiaojuan Luo, Shuyi Feng, Ting Huang, Xiaoping Shi, Futian Qu, 2014, Assessment on Environmental and Economic Effects of Formula Fertilization by Soil Testing Project, Journal of Huazhong Agricultural University (Social Sciences Edition), 01, pp 86-93 (in Chinese).
(29) Xiaojuan Luo, *Shuyi Feng, Xiaoping Shi, Futian Qu, 2013, Farm Households’ Adoption Behavior of Environment Friendly Technology and the Evaluation of Their Environmental and Economic Effects in Taihu Basin—Taking Formula Fertilization by Soil Testing Technology as an Example, Journal of Natural Resources, (11), pp 1891-1902 (in Chinese).
(30) *Shuyi Feng, Xiaojuan Luo, Lijun Zhang, Xiaoping Shi, 2013, Livestock Enterprises’ Choice of Waste Treatment Modes, Its Influencing Factors and Possible Policy Instruments, Journal of Huazhong Agricultural University (Social Sciences Edition), 103(1), pp 12-18 (in Chinese).
(31) Na Lu, *Shuyi Feng, Futian Qu, 2013, On the Impact of Economic Development on Carbon Emission of Land Use in China, Journal of Nanjing Agricultural University (Social Sciences Edition), (02), pp 108-115 (in Chinese).
(32) Liutao Liang, Futian Qu, *Shuyi Feng, 2013, Economic Development and Agricultural Non-Point Source pollution: Decomposition Model and Empirical Analysis, Resources and Environment in the Yangtze Basin, (10), pp 1369-1374 (in Chinese).
(33) Xiaojuan Luo, Shuyi Feng, Reidsma Pytrik, Xiaoping Shi, Futian Qu, 2013, Simulation of Responses to Agricultural and Environmental Policies by Bio-Economic Household Modelling - Taking Taihu Lake Basin as An Example, Chinese Rural Economy, (11), pp 72-85 (in Chinese).
(34) Lian Xia, Xiaoping Shi, Shuyi Feng, Futian Qu, 2013. The Impact of Agriculture-related Enterprises Involvement in Farmers Investment of Small-scaled Irrigation and Water Conservancy Facilities: A Case Study of Minle County of Gansu Province, Journal of Nanjing Agricultural University( Social Sciences Edition), (04), pp 54-61 (in Chinese).
(35)Lian Xia, Xiaoping Shi, Shuyi Feng, Futian Qu, 2013. Impact Factor of Farmers’Water Use Efficiency Under the Background of the Agriculture Enterprise - Minle County in Gansu Province, China Population, Resources and Environment, (12), pp 111-118 (in Chinese).
(36) Hai Jiang, Shanshan Yang, Shuyi Feng, Futian Qu, 2013. Control strategies of rural non-point source pollution based on general benefit-cost analysis, China Environmental Science, (04), pp 762-767 (in Chinese).
(37) Na Lu, Futian Qu, Shuyi Feng, 2012. Environmental Impacts of Rice Production with Different Fertilization Technologies in Upper Reaches of Taihu Lake Basin: An Analysis Based on Life Cycle Assessment Methodology, Journal of Nanjing Agricultural University( Social Sciences Edition), (2), pp 44-51 (in Chinese).
(38) Caihong Chu, Shuyi Feng, Weiwen Zhang, 2012, Farm Households’ Adoption of Environmental Friendly Agricultural Technologies - Taking Organic Fertilizer and Soil Testing and Formulated Fertilization as Examples, Chinese Rural Economy, (3), pp 68-77 (in Chinese).
(39) Liutao Liang, Futian Qu, Shuyi Feng, 2012, Agricultural Technical Efficiency Measurement under the Environmental Constraints, Journal of Natural Resources, 27(9), pp 1580-1589 (in Chinese).
(40)Xiaojuan Luo, Futian Qu, Shuyi Feng, Xiaoping Shi, Hai Jiang, 2011, Ecological Compensation Mechanism in Taihu Lake Basin: Based on Theory and Experience of Watershed Ecological Compensation in and out of China, Journal of Nanjing Agricultural University( Social Sciences Edition), (1), pp 82-89 (in Chinese).
(41) Na Lu, Futian Qu, *Shuyi Feng, Xuelan Shao, 2011, Trends and Determining Factors of Energy Consumption Carbon Footprint - An Analysis for Suzhou-Wuxi- Changzhou Region Based on STIRPAT Model, Journal of Natural Resources, (5), pp 814-824 (in Chinese).
(42) Na Lu, Futian Qu, *Shuyi Feng, 2011, Farmland Ecosystem Net Carbon Uptake in China: Movement of Center of Gravity and the Determining Factors, China Population, Resources and Environment, (5), pp 119-125 (in Chinese).
(43) Liutao Liang, Futian Qu, *Shuyi Feng, 2011, Rural Ecosystem Service Value in China: Evaluation and Temporal and Spatial Characteristics, China Population, Resources and Environment, (7), pp 133-139 (in Chinese).
(44) Futian Qu, Na Lu, *Shuyi Feng, 2011, Effects of Land Use Change on Carbon Emissions, China Population, Resources and Environment, 10, pp 76-83 (in Chinese).
(45) Futian Qu, Shuyi Feng, Peixin Zhu and Zhigang Chen, 2004, Institutional Arrangements, Price System, and Farmland Conversion. Journal of China Economic Quarterly, 4, pp 229-248 (in Chinese).
(46) Liutao Liang, Shuyi Feng, Futian Qu, 2010, Forming Mechanism of Agricultural Non-Point Source Pollution: A Theoretical and Empirical Study, China Population, Resources and Environment, (4), pp 74-80 (in Chinese).
(47) Liutao Liang, Futian Qu, Shuyi Feng, 2010, Study on Eco-environmental Problems and Management System Innovation in the Process of Rural Development, soft science, (8), pp 53-57 (in Chinese).
(48) Futian Qu, Shuyi Feng, and Hong Yu, 2001, Land Prices, Its Distribution and Farmland Conversion in Developed Area. Chinese Rural Economy, 7, pp 54-60 (in Chinese).
(49) Futian Qu and Shuyi Feng, 2001, Water Resource Management in China. Chinese Journal of Nanjing Agricultural University, 2, pp 35-41 (in Chinese).
(50) Futian Qu and Shuyi Feng, 1998, Institutional and Legal Changes of Sustainable Resource Use: A Case Study of Land. Journal of Nanjing Agricultural University, 3, pp 110-115 (in Chinese).

Awards
(1) The 1st Prize of Philosophy and Social Sciences Outstanding Achievement Award conferred by Jiangsu Provincial Government for the book of “Environmental Problems during Rural Development”, 2014.
(2) The 3rd Prize of Philosophy and Social Sciences Outstanding Achievement Award conferred by Jiangsu Provincial Government for the report of “Pressures and Suggestions of Cultivated Land Protection in China: the Japan Experience”, 2012.
(3) The 3rd Prize of Jiangsu College Philosophy and Social Sciences Outstanding Achievement Award conferred by Jiangsu Department of Education for the report of “Sustainable Land Use: Institutions, Mechanisms and Behavior Analysis”, 2012.
(4) The 1st Prize of Jiangsu College Philosophy and Social Sciences Outstanding Achievement Award conferred by Jiangsu Department of Education for the article of “Land rental, off-farm employment and technical efficiency of farm households in Jiangxi Province, China”, 2010.
(5) The 2nd Prize of Philosophy and Social Sciences Outstanding Achievement Award conferred by Jiangsu Provincial Government for the book of “Economic Development and Sustainable Land Use: Economic Analysis of Sustainable Land Use”, 2003.
(6) The 2nd Prize of the outstanding papers for the article of “Regional Differences of Rural Residential Land Replacement Modes and the Reasons”, the Sixth Academic Conference organized by Jiangsu Association of Philosophy and Social Science, 2012.
(7) The 1st Prize of the outstanding papers for the article of “Environmental Impacts of Rice Production with Different Fertilization Technologies in Upper Reaches of Taihu Lake Basin: An Analysis Based on Life Cycle Assessment Methodology”, the Second Session of the National Philosophy and Social Sciences Development Forum in Colleges and Universities of Agriculture and Forestry, 2011.
 



 

 
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