2007年，论文“采用保护性耕作补贴：从观察行为估计”（与Lyubov A. Kurkalova and Catherine L. Kling合著）获得加拿大农业经济学杂志杰出的期刊论文奖；
National Science Foundation CNH, (withDiana Stuart, Bruno Basso, Sandra Marquart-Pyatt, and Phil Robertson), “A Social-Ecological Analysis of Nitrogen inAgricultural Systems of the Upper Midwest,” 2013-2017, $1,462.073.
National Science Foundation IBSS, (withMaria Lapinski and John Kerr), “The Influence of Short-Term Financial Incentives on Social Norms and Behaviors,”2013-2016, $600,714.
National Science Foundation WSC, (withDavid Hyndman, Warren Wood, Stephen Gasteyer,Nathan Moore, Bruno Basso, and Anthony Kendall), “Toward Sustainabilityof the High Plains Aquifer Region: Coupled Landscape, Atmosphere, and SocioeconomicSystems(CLASS),” 2010-2014, $1,224,356.
Rackham Foundation, (with Soren Aderson),“The Land-Use Impacts of U.S. Biofuels Policies: An Econometric Approach,” 2010-2013, $87,000.
National Science Foundation CNH, (withJulie Winkler, Suzanne Thornsbury, Pang-Ning Tan,Jeffrey Andresen, Roy Black, Scott Loveridge, Shiyuan Zhong, and AmyIezzoni), “Towards an Integrated Framework for Climate Change Impact Assessments forInternational Market Systems with Long-term Investments,” 2009-2013, $1,499,763.
Michigan Economic Development Corporation,“The Effects of Carbon Regulation on Industry Competitiveness,” 2009-2010, $18,540.
Michigan Economic Development Corporation,“Carbon Footprints of Biofuels and Carbon Market,” 2008-2010, $94,734.
Michigan Economic Development Corporation,(with Thomas Dietz), “Network Events and Conference on Bioeconomy and Global Climate Change,” 2008-2010,$127,700.
China National Social Science Foundation,(with Xingming Fang), “The Role of Energy and Energy Intensive Sectors in China’s Balanced Growth,” 2007-2009, 100,000RMB.
ISU International Grant, (with JoydeepBhattacharya), “Development of a New Course on Chinese and Indian Economies,” 2007, $5,000.
EPA National Center for EnvironmentalEconomics, (with Cathy Kling, Joseph Herriges, and Quinn Weninger), “Innovations in Academic Communication at the HeartlandEnvironmental and Resource Economics Workshop,” 2005-07, $52,630.
NSF/EPA, “Valuing Water Quality inMidwestern Lake Ecosystems: Temporal Stability and the Role of Information in Value Formation,” (with Joe Herriges, Cathy Kling andJohn Downing),four years starting 2003,$429,000.
EPA/Kansas State University, “Consortiumfor Agricultural Soils Mitigation of Greenhouse Gases(CASMGS),” (with Cathy Kling, Michael Thompson, Tom Fenton, MahdiAlKaisi and David Laird), two years starting 2002, $1,136,890.
USDA/ERS, “Environmental Challenges ofLivestock Production,” (with John Lawrence), one year starting 10/2002, $20,000.
USDA-NRICGP, “Information Exchange inFarmers’ Adoption of Conservation Tillage Practices,”(with Joe Herriges), two years starting 2000,$89,000.
1.“The Value of Clean Air inChina: Evidence from Beijing and Shanghai,” (with Jijun Tan), Frontiersof Economics in China, 2014 (forthcoming)
2.“Monopoly Extraction of aNonrenewable Resource Facing Capacity Constrained Renewable Competition,” (withMin Wang), Economics Letters, September 2013, 120, 503-508.
3.“The WTP/WTA Disparity: Have WeBeen Observing Dynamic Values But Interpreting Them as Static,” (withCathy Kling and John List,) Economic Inquiry, 59(1), January 2013, 909-921.
4.“From Exxon to BP: Has SomeNumber Become Better Than No Number?” (with Catherine L.Kling and Daniel J.Phaneuf), Journal of Economic Perspectives, 26(4), 2012, 3-26.”
5.“Adaptation versus Adoption: with Emphasis on Climate Change,” (withDavid Zilberma and Amir Hseiman,) Annual Review of Resource Economics, 4, 2012,27-53.
6.“Paths to Climate Cooperation,” (with Tom Dietz), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108(38), September 20, 2011, 15671-15672.
7. “Switching toPerennial Energy Crops under Uncertainty and Costly Irreversibility,” (with Feng Song and Scott Swinton), American Journal of Agricultural Economics,93(3), 2011, 768-783.
8. “InternationalEnvironmental Agreements Emissions Trade, Safety Valves and Escape Clauses,” (withLarry Karp,) Revue Economique, 61, January 2010, 153-182
9. “WelfareMeasures When Consumers Can Learn: A Unifying Theory,” (with Cathy Kling,) Economic Journal, v 119 (540), October 2009, 1560-1585.
10.“Willingnessto pay and the cost of commitment: An empirical specification and test,” (with Jay Corrigan and Catherine Kling,) Environmental and Resource Economics, v 40,2008, 285-298
11.“Optimal Useof Correlated Information in Mechanism Design When Full Surplus Extraction MayBe Impossible,” (with Subir Bose,) Journal of Economic Theory, v 135, 2007,357-381
12.“GreenSubsidies in Agriculture: Estimating the Adoption Costs of Conservation Tillage From Observed Behavior,” (with Lyubov A. Kurkalova and Catherine L.Kling), Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, v 54, 2006, 247-267
13.“AlternativeIntertemporal Permit Trading Regimes with Stochastic Abatement Costs,” (with Hongli Feng,) Resource and Energy Economics, v 28, 2006, 24-40
14.“Value ofagricultural non-point source pollution measurement technology: assessment froma policy perspective,” (with Lyubov A. Kurkalova and Catherine L. Kling),Applied Economics, v 36, n 20, Nov. 2004, 2287-2298
15.“Willingness-to-Pay, Compensating Variation, and theCost of Commitment,” (with Catherine Kling,) Economic Inquiry, v 42, n 3, July2004, 503-517
16.“Alternative Green Payment Policies UnderHeterogeneity When Multiple Benefits Matter,” (with Lyubov A. Kurkalova andCatherine L. Kling,) Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, v33, n 1,April, 2004, 148-158
17.“Multiple Benefits of Carbon-Friendly AgriculturalPractices: Empirical Assessment of Conservation Tillage,” (with Lyubov A.Kurkalova and Catherine L. Kling), Environmental Management, v 33, n 4, August2004, 519-527
18.“Irreversible Abatement Investment under CostUncertainties: Tradable Emission Permits and Emissions Charges,” Journal ofPublic Economics, v 87, December 2003, 2765-2789
19.“Policy Persistence in Environmental Regulation,”(with Catherine Kling,) Resource and Energy Economics, v 25, 2003, 255-268
20.“Impact of Management Practices on Regional Prevalenceof Soybean Sclerotinia Stem Rot in the North-Central Region of the UnitedStates and on Farmers' Decisions Under Uncertainty,” (with A.L. Mila, A.L.Carriquiry, and X.B. Yang,) Plant Disease, v 87, n 9, 2003, 1048-1058
21.“The Long-run Effects of Environmental Reform inOpen Economies,” (with Larry Karp and Sandeep Sacheti,) Journal ofEnvironmental Economics and Management, v 45, n 2, March 2003, 246-264
22.“Valuation and management of money-back guaranteeoptions,” (with Amir Heiman, Bruce McWilliams, and David Zilberman,) Journal ofRetailing, v78, n2, Autumn 2002, 193-205
23.“The Time Path and Implementation of CarbonSequestration,” (with Hongli Feng and Catherine Kling,) American Journal ofAgricultural Economics, v 84, n 1, Feb 2002, 134-149
24.“Uncertainty, Irreversibility and Water ProjectAssessment,” Water Resources Update, Jan. 2002, issue 121, 51-57
25.“A New Explanation for the WTP/WTA Disparity,” (withCathy Kling,) Economics Letters, v73, 2001, 293-300
26.“Common Ground Between Free-Traders andEnvironmentalists,” (with Larry Karp and Sandeep Sacheti,) InternationalEconomic Review, v 42, n 3, August 2001, 617-647
27.“Fixed Costs, Efficient Resource Management andConservation,” (with David Zilberman,) American Journal of AgriculturalEconomics, v 83, n 4, Nov 2001, 942-957
28.“Towards Implementing Carbon Markets inAgriculture,” (with Hongli Feng and Catherine Kling,) Choices, 2nd Quarter,2001, 16-19
29.“Trade and Environmental Distortions: CoordinatedIntervention,” Environment and Development Economics, v 5 (special issue oninternational trade and the environment), 2000, 361-375
30.“On the Long-Run Efficiency of Auctioned vs. FreePermits,” (with Catherine Kling,) Economics Letters, v 69, n 2, November 2000,235-238
31.“Irreversibility and Restoration in Natural ResourceDevelopment,” (with David Zilberman,) Oxford Economic Papers, v 51, n 3, July1999, 559-573
32.“Information Asymmetries, Uncertainties, and CleanupDelays at Superfund Sites,” (with Gordon Rausser and Leo Simon,) Journal ofEnvironmental Economics and Management, v 35, n 1, January 1998, 48-68
33.“Gradualism or Big Bang? A Dynamic Approach,” RevueD’économie Du Développement, No. 1-2, 1996, 5-31
“Are Renewable Energy Policies Climate Friendly? The Role of CapacityConstraints and Market Power,” (with Min Wang), 2013
“Health and Precautionary Savings in the Pollution-Growth Nexus,”(with Min Wang and Joydeep Bhattacharya), revise and resubmit, Journal of EnvironmentalEconomics and Management,2011
“A Proposal to Reform the Kyoto Protocol: the Role of Escape Clausesand Farsight,” (with Larry Karp,) 2009
“Rational Exaggeration in Information Aggregation Games,” (withGordon Rausser and Leo Simon,) 2013
“Pollution Abatement Investment when Firms Lobby AgainstEnvironmental Regulation,”(with Y. Hossein Farzin), 2008
“Information Externalities and Strategic Delay in Technology Adoptionand Diffusion,” 2011
“Double Irreversibilities and Endogenous Learning in Land ConversionDecisions,” (with Shikha Marwah,) revise and resubmit, Environmental and ResourceEconomics, 2012
1. “Environmental Economics and Policy: Two Way Learning Between China andthe Rest of the
World,”Frontiers of Economics in China, 2014 (forthcoming)
2. “Uncertainty and Hysteresis in Adapting to Climate Change,” in Sarah C.Pryor eds., Climate change in theMidwest: impacts, risks, vulnerability and adaptation, Indiana University Press,Chapter 4, 2012
3. “Economic Impacts of Reducing GHG Emissions,” in Climate Change andMichigan, Report of the Climate Change Working Group, MSU – UM, 2009
4. “Suggestions for the Road to Copenhagen,” (with Larry Karp,) Report tothe Expert Group on EnvironmentalStudies, Ministry of Finance, Regeringskansliet, 2009
5. “A Proposal for the Design of the Successor to the Kyoto Protocol,”(with Larry Karp,) in Joseph E. Aldyand Robert N. Stavins eds., Post-Kyoto International Climate Policy:Implementing Architectures for Agreement, Chapter 17, Cambridge University Press, 2009.
6. “Willingness-to-Pay, Compensating Variation, and the Cost ofCommitment,” (with Catherine Kling,) inRichard O. Zerbe Jr. eds., Benefit-Cost Analysis (International Library ofCritical Writings in Economics), vol 1, Edward Elgar, 2008 (Reprinted from Economic Inquiry v 42, n3, July 2004,503-517.)
7. “Information Asymmetries, Uncertainties, and Cleanup Delays at SuperfundSites,” (with Gordon Rausserand Leo Simon,) in Hilary Sigman eds., The Economics Of Hazardous Waste AndContaminated Land, Edward Elgar, 2008 (Reprinted from JEEM 35(1): 48-68.)
8. “The Role of Information in Technology Adoption under Poverty,” Chapter8, in Machiko Nissanke andErik Thorbecke ed., The Impact of Globalization on the World's Poor, Palgrave Macmillan, 2007
9. “Environmental Valuation Under Dynamic Consumer Behavior,” (with CathyKling,) Chapter 9,in R. Hoversonand D. Layton eds., Explorations in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics:Essays in Honor of Gardner M. Brown, Jr., Edward Elgar, 200610. “The Dynamic Effects ofTrade Liberalization and Policy Harmonization,” (with Larry Karp,) Chapter 18,in E.Kwan Choi andJames C. Hartigan eds., Handbook of International Trade, Vol II: Economicand LegalAnalyses of Trade Policy and Institutions, Blackwell, 2004
11. “The Time Path and Implementation ofCarbon Sequestration,” (with Hongli Feng and Cathy Kling,) in S.Batie and R. Horan eds., The Economics of Agri-Environmental Policy.Vol 2.International Library of Environmental Economics and Policy. Aldershot, U.K. and Burlington,Vt.: Ashgate,2004 (Reprinted from AJAE 84(1): 134-149.)
12. “Notes on Irreversibility,Sustainability and the Limits to Growth,” (with Tony Fisher,) in Bengt Kriström,Partha Dasgupta, and Karl-Gustaf Löfgren ed., Econmic Theory for the Environment:Essays in Honour of Karl-Goran Maler, Edward Elgar, UK, 2002
13. “What Iowans Want Iowa to Look Like,”(with Brent Hueth and Catherine Kling,) Chapter 6 , Iowa’s Land andEnvironment – Serving Competing Needs, College of Agriculture, Iowa StateUniversity,2000
14. “Conservation Payments: Challenges inDesign and Implementation,” (with Bruce Babcock,John Beghin,Michael Duffy, Hongli Feng, Brent Hueth, Catherine Kling, Lyubov Kurkalova,Uwe Schneider,Silvia Secchi, Quinn Weninger,) Department of Economics, Iowa State University, 2001
“Environmental Regulation in a Mixed Economy,” (with Guangliang Ye),2013
“Let Them Eat Switchgrass? Modeling the Displacement of Existing FoodCrops by New Bioenergy Feedstocks,” (with Soren Andersen and Chengguang Wang), 2012
“What Determined Permit Allocation in EU-ETS: Economic Theory vs.Political Rhetoric,”(with Jong Duk Kim,) 2012
“Impacts of Renewable Energy Policies: the Role of CapacityConstraints,” (with Min Wang,) 2011
“Alternative Land Use Policies: Real Options with CostlyReversibility,” (with Feng Song and Scott Swinton), 2012
“Will Protecting ANWR Hurt or Help the Growth of Biofuel and SolarEnergy?” 2009
“Experiences and Environmental Preferences: the Case of BeijingOlympics,” (with Jijun Tan), 2013
“Value of Air Quality: Comparing Beijing and Shanghai,” (with JijunTan), 2013
“Towards a Complete Analysis of the Carbon Footprints of Biofuels,”2009
“Incentives to Joint International Environmental Agreements withPermit Trading and Safety Valves,” (with Larry Karp), 2009
2013: Peking University, China • WesternEconomic Association International Conference, Tokyo,Japan• AERE Annual Meeting, Banff, Canada • Asian Development Review Conference,Manila,Philippines • Singapore Economic Review Conference, Singapore
2012: ASSA/AERE Winter Meeting, Chicago •Chinese Economist Society Summer Meeting, Kaifeng, China • Global Environmental Challenges: the Role of China, Shanghai, China
2011: LKY School of Public Policy, NationalUniversity of Singapore • Public Utilities Meeting, MSU•Central Michigan University • AERE Annual Meeting, Seattle • PACE Summer Camp,Hangzhou,China• Singapore Economic Review Conference, Singapore
2010: MSU Climate Change Research Forum •Energy Forum with US Senator Debbie Stabenow •Expert Consultation on Developing aSustainable Bioenergy Program in Africa, Dakar, Senegal•Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Shanghai, China • Fourth World Congressof Environmental and Resource Economists, Montreal, Canada • Workshop on Climate Change Impacts, Vulnerability and Adaptation in the Midwest, Indiana University, Bloomington • Yangling InternationalAgri-Science Forum, Yangling, China • School of Economics,Renmin University, Beijing, China
2009: The World Bank; • InternationalConference on Modeling Water Pollution at Watershed Level, Hangzhou, China • Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop, UIUC
2008:UC Santa Barbara; • Michigan State
2007: University of Nebraska, Lincoln; • NBER Summer Institute on Public Economics and Environmental Economics
2006：Texas A&M University; • University of Central Florida; • AERE sessions, AAEA Annual Meetings, Long Beach, CA; • School of Environment, Peking University, China
2005：Michigan State University; • UC Berkeley
2004：University of Maryland; • WIDER conference on Globalizationand Poverty, Helsinki, Finland; • UC Davis; • 6th Heartland Environmental and ResourceEconomics Conference, Ames, Iowa; • International Symposium on China’s Agriculture After WTO, Hangzhou, China; • AAEA Annual Meetings, Denver
2003：Second Tilburg Symposium onPsychology and Economics: Games and Decisions, Tilburg, theNetherlands; • Frontiers in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, A Conferencein Honor of Gardner M. Brown; • UC Davis
2002：University of Minnesota; • CampResources X, Wilmington, North Carolina; • Center for ChineseAgricultural Policy, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China; • China Center for EconomicsResearch, Peking University, China; • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champion
2001：University of Central Florida; •Southern Economic Association meetings, Tampa; • AERE Sessions,AAEA Annual Meetings, Chicago; • Farm Bill and the Environment, Washington,DC;• University of Washington; • University of Maryland; • UC Davis; • AERESessions,ASSAAnnual Meetings, New Orleans
2000: University of Minnesota; • Universityof Arizona; • Columbia University; • AAEA Annual Meetings,Tampa
1999：AERE/Harvard Workshop on Market BasedInstruments for Pollution Control, Cambridge; •
AERESessions and AAEA Sessions, AAEA Annual Meetings, Nashville; • UCBerkeley; • UC Davis;• UC Santa Barbara;
1998: University of Washington; • NBER University Conference on Trade and Environment, Cambridge
1997：Texas A&M University; • IowaState University; • Resources for the Future; • University of Washington1996:Western Economic Association Annual Conference, San Francisco1995: AAEAAnnual Meetings, Indianapolis; • International Conference on Chinese Economy, CERDI, Clermont-Ferrand, France
Membershipin: American Economic Association, AmericanAgricultural Economics Association, Association of Environmental and ResourceEconomists
Refereefor: Agricultural and Resource Economics Review,Agricultural Finance Review, American Journal of Agricultural Economics,Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Canadian Journal of Economics,Ecological Economics, Economics Letters,Environment and Development Economics, Environmental and Resource Economics, European Economic Review,Frontier of Economics in China, International Economic Review, InternationalJournal of Business and Economics, Journal of Agricultural and ResourceEconomics, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Journal of Health Economics, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Public Economic Theory, Journal of Public Economics, Mathematics and Financial Economics, National Science Foundation,OptimalControl Applications and Methods, Oxford Economic Papers, Proceedings of theNational Academy of Science, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Rand Journal of Economics, Review of Development Economics, Resource and Energy Economics, Review of Economic Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.