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Research Fellows

Shaw, Daigee

Shaw, Daigee

  • Title:Research Fellow
  • E-Mail:dshaw at sinica.edu.tw
  • CV:CV
  • curriculum vitae:

    Ph.D. in Resource Policy, Economics and Management, University of Michigan, 1985 
    Research Fields:Environmental and Resource Economics

Education background

  • Ph.D. in Resource Policy, Economics and Management, the University of Michigan, 1985

Research Fields

  • Agricultural and Environmental Economics - Environmental and Resource Economics, Climate Change Economics

Current Position

  • Research Fellow, Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica, 1991-
  • Professor (Joint), Institute of Natural Resource Management, National Taipei University, 2001-
  • Professor (Adjunct), Department of Economics, National Cheng-Chi University, 1992-
  • Steering Committee Member, Future Earth Knowledge-Action Network on Systems of Sustainable Consumption and Production
  • Member, the National Committee of Future Earth, Academia Sinica, Taipei

Experience

  • President, Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research, 2006-2011
  • President, Taiwan Association of Environmental and Resource Economics, 2014-2015, 2018-2019
  • President, Chinese Regional Science Association-Taiwan, 2011-2013
  • President, East Asian Association of Environmental and Resource Economics, 2012-2014
  • Division Head, National S&T Center for Disaster Reduction, Socio-economic System Division, 2002-2009
  • Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica, 1988-1991.
  • Associate Research Fellow, Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research, 1985-1988.
  • Visiting Fellow, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University, 1991-1992.
  • Adivisory Committee Member, Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia, 2014-2016

Awards

  • Research Achievement Award, Ministry of Education, Taiwan, 1995.
  • The 1994 paper, “The Impact of Global Warming on Agriculture: A Ricardian Analysis” (AER, 84(4)) is recognized by AERE (Association of Environmental and Resource Economists) as the 2019 AERE Publication of Enduring Quality

Editorship

  • Editorial Board (2010-), Co-Editor (2019-), Climate Change Economics
  • Co-Editor, Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 1997-
  • Editorial Board, Academia Economic Paper, 1992-1997
  • Editorial Board, Taiwan Economics Forecast and Policy, 2011-
  • Editorial Board, Taipei Economic Inquiry, 1997-
  • Chief Editor, Green Economy, 2016-2019
  • Chief Editor, Agricultural and Resources Economics, 2006-2008
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Economics and Sustainability, 2019-

Publications

Journals(Click)

  • Ju-Chin Huang, Daigee Shaw, Yu-Lan Chien and Min Qiang Zhao (2015), "Valuing Environmental Resources through Demand for Related Commodities," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, doi: 10.1093/ajae/aav053 (SSCI, EconLit).
  • Yih-Ming Lin, Pei-Shan Liao and Daigee Shaw (2014), "Environmental Quality and Life Satisfaction: Subjective vs. Objective Measures of Air Quality," Social Indicators Research, On-line first, doi: 1007/s11205-014-0799-z (SSCI).
  • Ming-Feng Hung, Daigee Shaw and Bin-Tzong Chie (2014), "Water Trading: Locational Water Rights, Economic Efficiency, and Third-Party Effect," WATER, 6(3), 723-744. (SCI Expanded).
  • H. C. Lin, Y. L. Kuo, D. Shaw, M. C. Chang, T. M. Kao (2012), "Regional Economic Impact Analysis of Earthquakes in Northern Taiwan and its Implications for Disaster Reduction Policies," Natural Hazard, 61(2), 603-620. (SCI).
  • Arwin Pang and Daigee Shaw (2011), "Optimal Emission Tax with Pre-existing Distortions," Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 13(2), 79-88. (EconLit).
  • Daigee Shaw, Arwin Pang, Chang-Ching Lin, Ming-Feng Hung (2010), "Economic Growth and Air Quality in China," Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 21(3), 79–96. (EconLit).
  • Daigee Shaw, Ming-Feng Hung, Yi-Hao Lin (2010), "Using Net Energy Output as the Base to Develop Renewable Energy," Energy Policy, 38(na), 7504–7507. (SSCI).
  • Shuyeu Lin, Daigee Shaw and Ming-Chou Ho (2008), "Why are Flood and Landslide Victims Less Willing to Take Mitigation Measures than the Public?," Natural Hazards, 44(2), na.(SCI).
  • Ming-Chou Ho, Daigee Shaw, Shuyeu Lin, and Iauchu Chiu (2008), "How Do Disaster Characteristics Influence Risk Perception?," Risk Analysis, 28(3), na.(SSCI, SCI) .
  • Daigee Shaw, Chin-Hsun Yeh, Wen-Yu Jean, Chin-Hsiung Loh and Yen-Lien Kuo (2007), "A Probabilistic Seismic Risk Analysis of Building Losses in Taipei, An Application of HAZ-Taiwan with Its Pre-Processor and Post-Processor," Journal of the Chinese Institute of Engineers, 30(2), na.(SCI).
  • Yu-Lan Chien, Cliff Huang and Daigee Shaw (2005), "A General Model of Starting Point Bias in Double-Bounded Dichotomous Contingent Valuation Surveys," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 50(2), 362-377.(SSCI).
  • Ming-Feng Hung and Daigee Shaw (2005), "A Trading Ratio System for Trading Water Pollution Discharge Permits," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 49(1), 83-102.(SSCI、EconLit)(also in K. W. Easter and N. Zeitouni (eds.), 2006, Economics of Water Quality, International Library of Environmental Economics and Policy, Tom Tietenberg and Kathy Segerson (general editors), Ashgate Publishing, U.K..
  • Daigee Shaw and Ming-Feng Hung (2001), "Evolution and Evaluation of Air Pollution Control Policy in Taiwan," Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 4(3), 141-166. (EconLit).
  • Ben T. Yu, Daigee Shaw, Tsu Tan Fu, and Lawrence W.C. Lai (2000), "Property Rights and Contractual Approach to Sustainable Development," Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 3(3), 291-300. (EconLit).
  • Daigee Shaw, Yu-Lan Chien and Yih-Ming Lin (1999), "Alternative Approach to Combining Revealed and Stated Preference Data: Valuing Water Quality of the River System in Taipei," Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 2(2), 97-112. (EconLit) (also in R. Quentin Grafton (ed.), 2009, Economics of Water Resources, THE INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF CRITICAL WRITINGS IN ECONOMICS, vol. 234, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, U.K.).
  • Anna Alberini, Maureen Cropper, Tsu-tan Fu, Alan Krupnick, Jin-tan Liu, Daigee Shaw, and Winston Harrington (1997), "Valuing Health Effects of Air Pollution in Developing Countries: The Case of Taiwan," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 34(2), 107-126.(SSCI, EconLit).
  • Robert Mendelsohn, William D. Nordhaus and Daigee Shaw (1994), "The Impact of Global Warming on Agriculture: A Richardian Analysis," American Economic Review, 84(4), 753-771. (also in Tom Tietenberg, 1997, ed. The Economics of Global Warming. Elgar Reference Collection. International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, vol. 74. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, U.K.). (124 citing articles by 2005/12/25 according to SSCI).
  • Daigee Shaw, and Rong-Dean Shaw (1991), "The Resistibility and Shiftability of Depletable Externalities," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 20(3), 224-233.
  • Daigee Shaw (1988), "On -site Samples’ Regression: Problems of Non-Negative Integers, Truncation, and Endogenous Stratification," Journal of Econometrics, 37(na), 211-223. (47 citing articles by 2005/12/25 according to SSCI).

Books(Click)

  • Daigee Shaw and Pi Chen (2013), "Perspectives and Challenges of Green Tax Reform in Taiwan," Akihisa Mori, Paul Ekins, Soocheol Lee, Stefan Speck and Kazuhiro Ueta (eds.), The Green Fiscal Mechanism and Reform for Low Carbon Development: East Asia and Europe, London: Routledge.
  • Daigee Shaw, and Te-hsiu Huang (2011), "Compensation in Siting Hazardous Facilities: A Radioactive Waste Repository in Taiwan," Tung Fung, S. Hayden Lesbirel and Kin-che Lam (eds.), Facility Siting in the Asia-Pacific: Perspectives on Knowledge Production and Application, Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press.
  • Daigee Shaw (2005), "Visions of the Future for Facility Siting," S. Hayden Lesbirel and Daigee Shaw (eds.), Managing Conflict in Facility Siting: An International Comparison, Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Ming-Feng Hung and Daigee Shaw (2004), "Economic Growth and Environmental Kuznets Curve in Taiwan: A Simultaneity Model Analysis," Michele Boldrin, Been-Lon Chen and Ping Wang (eds.), Human Capital, Trade and Public Policy in Rapidly Growing Economies: From Theory to Empirics, Aldershot, UK: Edwar Elgar.
  • Robert Mendelsohn and Daigee Shaw (2003), "Will Global Warming Cause Heat Stress?," Ching-Cheng Chang, Robert Mendelsohn and Daigee Shaw (eds.) , Global Warming and the Asian Pacific, Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Robert Mendelsohn, William Nordhaus, and Daigee Shaw (1999), "The Impact of Climate Variation on US Agriculture," Robert Mendelsohn and James Neumann (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on the United States Economy, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Daigee Shaw (1998), "Pollution Control Policy Reform in Taiwan," Ya-Hwei Yang (ed.), Industrial Development and Policies in Taiwan, Taipei, Taiwan: Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research.
  • Anna Alberini, Alan Krupnick, Jin-Tan Liu, Daigee Shaw, Tsu-tan Fu, Maureen Cropper, and Winston Harrington (1996), "What is the Value of Reduced Morbidity in Taiwan?," Robert Mendelsohn and Daigee Shaw (eds.), The Economics of Pollution Control in the Asia Pacific, Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Daigee Shaw, Tsu-tan Fu, Lung-an Li, Wen-harn Pan, and Jin-tan Liu (1996), "Acute Health Effects of Major Air Pollutants in Taiwan," Robert Mendelsohn and Daigee Shaw (eds.), The Economics of Pollution Control in the Asia Pacific, Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Daigee Shaw (1996), "An Economic Framework for Analysing Facility Siting Policies in Taiwan and Japan," Paul Kleindorfer, Howard C. Kunreuther and David S. Hong (eds.), Energy, Environment and the Economy: Asian Perspectives, 167-186, Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar.

Others(Click)

  • Daigee Shaw and Bih Jane Liu (eds.)(2011), The Impact of the Economic Crisis on East Asia: Policy Responses from Four Economies, Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • S. Hayden Lesbirel and Daigee Shaw (eds.)(2005), Managing Conflict in Facility Siting: An International Comparison, Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Ching-Cheng Chang, Robert Mendelsohn and Daigee Shaw (eds.)(2003), Global Warming and the Asian Pacific, Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Robert Mendelsohn and Daigee Shaw (eds.)(1996), The Economics of Pollution Control in the Asia Pacific, Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Daigee Shaw (ed.)(1996), Comparative Analysis of Siting Experience in Asia, Taipei, Taiwan: Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica.
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