Jin Jianjun

Jin Jianjun
Beijing Normal University | bnu · College of Resources Science and Technology

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In the context of climate change, energy-saving refrigeration appliances play an essential role in lowering carbon emissions. Based on survey data from interviews with rural residents in Chongqing, China, this study investigated residents' purchase intention, behavior, and intention–behavior gap with respect to energy-saving refrigeration appliance...
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This study aims to explore whether there is a deviation between farmers' willingness and behavior to adopt electricity-saving tricycles and to identify factors influencing the deviation. A total of 234 rural households in Dazu District of China were selected by using the stratified random sampling technique and interviewed face-to-face. The cross-a...
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This study explores the effects of social capital on farmers’ choices of climate change adaptation behavior in Dazu District, China. A total of 228 questionnaires were obtained from randomly sampled households. Social capital was divided into social networks, participation, reciprocity and trust. The adaptation behaviors in the study area were iden...
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Introduction Tobacco crop substitution is a critical element in implementing comprehensive tobacco control policies. Understanding tobacco farmers’ willingness or preferences is imperative to implement policies on tobacco crop substitution. This paper assesses tobacco farmers’ individual willingness to substitute tobacco cultivation and investigate...
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This study aims to investigate whether there are gender differences in the livelihood capital of farming households in China. A stratified random sampling technique and household surveys were used to collect data from Dazu District, China. This paper uses capital values to compute the level of livelihood capital, while the ordinary least squares mo...
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Objective This study, conducted in China, explores tobacco farmers’ willingness to accept (WTA) compensation for tobacco crop substitution. Methods The contingent valuation method was used to elicit farmers’ WTA compensation. A face-to-face survey was conducted with 280 tobacco farmers in Lichuan City, China. The standard logit regressions were us...
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A better understanding of farmers’ perceptions of and responses to climate change is important for decision-makers to design more effective adaptation policies. This study investigates farmers’ perceptions of climate change, actual adaption responses at the farm level, and factors influencing farmers’ decisions on climate change adaptation in Wushe...
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This study examines the effects of farmers’ risk aversion and loss aversion on their climate change adaptation strategies. Farmers’ risk aversion and loss aversion were elicited using incentive-compatible risk experiments. Face-to-face interviews were conducted to collect information on their climate change adaptation strategies in Wushen Banner in...
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Based on accurately identifying farmers' livelihood risks, this paper investigates the effects of farmers' livelihood assets on their livelihood risks and adaptation strategies. Face-to-face interviews were conducted with farmers in Rugao City. The results show that natural risks and market risks are the main livelihood risks for farmers in agricul...
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A better understanding of the factors that influence the adaptation behaviour of farmers can help in developing effective adaptation measures. This study explores the effects of sociocognitive factors on the climate change adaptation behaviour of farmers based on a survey of 475 local farmers in rural Southwest China. The results show that most far...
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Improving local farmers′ climate change adaptive capacity is an important policy issue in rural China. This study investigates farmers′ risk cognition, risk preferences and climate change adaptive behavior. Based on unique data from a survey and a paired lottery experiment completed by 240 rural farmers in Chongqing City of China, this paper finds...
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Economic valuation of grassland ecosystem services is important for protecting and restoring grassland ecosystems. This study aims to investigate Chinese netizens’ willingness-to-pay (WTP) for protecting grassland ecosystem services in Inner Mongolia by using the contingent valuation method. The results indicate that 61.55% of respondents expressed...
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Selecting suitable species to enhance ecological functions is crucial for improvements in the planning and design of roof greening and in maintaining sustainable urban development, especially in rapidly urbanized areas. Assisted by field trips to enhance studies, the present project assessed the ecological functions of 207 plant species used for ro...
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Based on the sustainable livelihood framework, this paper explores the influence of each form of livelihood capital on the adoption of climate change adaptation strategies by farmers. A stratified random sampling technique was used to select 235 households in Wushen Banner, China, while the boosted regression tree model was used to analyze how diff...
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This study estimates the public willingness to pay (WTP) for the research and development of solar energy in Beijing using a contingent valuation method (CVM). To this end, this study reports the results from a CVM survey of 760 respondents. The results show that Beijing residents are willing to pay an additional CNY5.85 (USD0.86) per household per...
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Rural household energy consumption is an important component of national energy consumption. This paper explores the rural household energy consumption status and influencing factors on different sources of rural household energy consumption in western China. Using data from a survey of 240 households conducted in 2017, this study finds that rural...
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Improving rural household energy efficiency is an important policy issue for climate change mitigation in China. A better understanding of the factors affecting farmers’ energy-efficient appliance use behavior can help policymakers design more effective policies. This paper explores the effect of farmers’ risk preferences and loss aversion on their...
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This study examines the role of risk preferences in explaining the public's willingness to pay for marine turtle conservation in China. Respondents (n = 218) were randomly selected from eight districts in Beijing. They were interviewed in person and participated in a risk experiment. The results show that residents in Beijing had some knowledge abo...
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This study is to examine the public’s preferences for cultivated land protection in Wenling City of China using a dichotomous choice contingent valuation method (CVM) and a choice experiment method. An empirical comparison of the welfare measures derived from the CVM and CE was conducted. We found that the valid response rate of the CVM was higher...
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This study aimed to estimate farmers’ willingness to pay (WTP) for health risk reductions of pesticide use by applying the contingent valuation method (CVM) and to explore the factors that influence farmers’ WTP in China. In total, 244 farmers were randomly selected and interviewed. The mean WTP was estimated to be $65.38 (0.94% of total household...
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Artificial grasslands are effective solutions to problems with grassland degradation. Water scarcity is an important limitation for grassland production in arid regions. In this study, we carried out comparison experiments to assess the impacts of irrigation schemes on forage yield, water use efficiency, and nutrients in the single and mixed sowing...
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This study investigates gender differences in the pesticide use knowledge, risk awareness and practices of farmers in Anqiu County, China. A total of 452 male and 178 female farmers from seven towns were interviewed in 2016. The results show that there are gender differences regarding knowledge of pesticide impacts, pesticide use practices and prot...
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This paper presents a choice experiment approach to investigate farmers' valuations for health risk changes associated with pesticide use in Anqiu County, China. An empirical comparison on the disparity between farmers' willingness to pay (WTP) for a health risk reduction and willingness to accept (WTA) for the same risk increase is also conducted....
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This study measures farmers’ risk attitudes in rural China using a survey instrument and a complementary experiment conducted in the field with the same sample of subjects. Using a question asking people about their willingness to take risks “in general”, we found that the average response of our sample is slightly risk averse. Farmers’ exogenous f...
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The unsafe use and misuse of pesticides in China are major threats to farmers’ health and the environment. The purpose of this study is to evaluate small-scale farmers’ practices with regard to pesticide use and identify the determinants of their behavior in Anqiu County, China. The results show that the frequency of pesticide application by local...
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of farmers’ risk preferences on their decisions to purchase the agricultural weather index insurance based on the evidence from a household survey and field experiments conducted in Yongqiao District, Suzhou City of Anhui Province in China. Our empirical results show that farmers’ risk aversion...
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This study is to identify the major methods used by local farmers to adapt to the drought hazard and to examine factors influencing their decisions to adapt in Yongqiao District, China. A random sampling technique was used to select 200 households in Yongqiao, while descriptive statistics and binary logit models were used to analyze the data obtain...
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The purpose of this study was to measure the effect of maximum price information and contextual factors on people's bidding behaviors in a controlled Becker-DeGroot-Marschak (BDM) experimental auctions. 354 respondents from three Asian countries (China, Cambodia and the Philippines) participated in this study. In each country, both households with...
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This study reports the results of a comparative study conducted in China, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam that assessed households’ willingness to pay for marine turtle conservation and the potential to mobilize funds. Results suggest that many people place a low priority on marine turtle conservation as compared to other public policy issue...
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The aim of this study is to elicit local residents' willingness to pay (WTP), by applying the contingent valuation method as a surcharge on their water bill, for a given improvement in the drinking water quality and the supply reliability. The mean WTP for the drinking water quality improvement program was estimated to be 16.71 yuan (0.3% of total...
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This study examines the gender differences in farmers' responses to climate change adaption in Yongqiao District, China. A random sampling technique was used to select 220 household heads, while descriptive statistics and binary logit models were used to analyze the data obtained from the households. We determine that male and female respondents ar...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the practice potential of self-administered drop-off as a survey mode for contingent valuation (CV) studies. Design/methodology/approach – This paper conducts an empirical comparison of mode effects of two survey methods for improved ecological services in Beijing. Data were collected from a CV sur...
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The research project‘WTP for Biodiversity in Asia: Benefit Transfer and Meta-analysis’ has two main parts. The first part is to test benefit transfer of WTP for marine turtle conservation in four Asian countries including China, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. The second part of the research performs meta-analyses of biodiversity and nat...
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The rapid pace of economic development in Wenling City has raised concerns about the increasing loss of, and subsequent need to protect cultivated land. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the economic approach to the evaluation of cultivated land protection for land-use planning. The contingent valuation method (CVM) is used to estimate the pu...
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Contingent valuation method with dichotomous choice elicitation question was used to estimate the willingness to pay (WTP) of Beijing residents to the improved ecological services provided by the Beijing and Tianjin Sandstorm Source Control Project (BTSSC). The results are as follows: more than half of the Beijing respondents were willing to pay fo...
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This study measures the public preferences for cultivated land protection as a case study of Wenling City, China, using the choice experiment (CE) approach. The estimation results indicate that the most important attribute for cultivated land protection in Wenling City was land facility, followed by land fertility and then by landscape improvement....
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The prime objective of this paper is to estimate from a cross-country perspective the willingness to pay for marine turtle conservation using the contingent valuation method. A secondary objective is to investigate two methodological issues about contingent valuation study: scope effect and payment vehicle effect. Using a uniform survey instrument...
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Macao is an important destination for black-faced spoonbills' over-wintering. However, the rapid economic growth and tourism industry development over the past decades have resulted in conflicts between biodiversity conservation and economic development. This paper examines the public's willingness to pay (WTP) for black-faced spoonbill conservatio...
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This article reports the results of a comparative study conducted in China, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam to assess households' willingness to pay for marine turtle conservation and the potential to mobilize funds. Results show that imposing even a modest mandatory surcharge on residential electricity bills would not pass a referendum. This...
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The general objective of this study is to estimate the economic benefits of black-faced Spoonbill conservation in Macao based on public preferences. The specific objectives are as follows to investigate the public's awareness, attitudes and behaviors regarding black-faced Spoonbill conservation in Macao; to estimate the public's willingness to pay...
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This paper reports on the potential to apply the choice experiment method to understand the public's preferences for solid waste management programmes in Macao. A random sample survey of 260 respondents in Macao was conducted during the summer in 2004. The survey data was analysed using conditional multinomial logit models. The study results indica...
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This study reports results from a double-bounded dichotomous choice contingent valuation method (DC-CVM) and choice experiment (CE) study that aimed to examine Macao residents' preferences for alternative solid waste management policy changes in Macao. An empirical comparison of the welfare measures derived from the double-bounded DC-CVM and CE is...
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The rapid economic development and population growth in Macao have resulted in a large increase in refuse generated over the past decade. In 2003, the quantity of solid waste generated reached 249,255 tons, corresponding to 1.52 kg/day per capita. This figure has been gradually increasing. Domestic solid waste is the primary source of solid waste g...
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Coastal resources are important components of natural resources and they are also the important material fortunes of national economy and society development. However, a series of problems emerged from exploiting and utilizing coastal resources forced people to scan their own management and utilization styles in a new way. In terms of protecting an...

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