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游良志
发布时间:2018-02-07

 

 

 

基本信息


姓名:

游良志

出生年月:

1968


性别:

/博导:

博导


民族:

开设课程:



职称:

教授

研究方向:

全球变化、智慧农业、农业经济和农业发展


学位:

博士

 

 

联系方式

办公电话:+1-202-862-8168

电子邮件:l.you@cgiar.org

 

 

个人简介 

游良志博士长期从事全球变化与农业经济领域的基础和应用研究,尤其利用深厚的经济学与工程学的理论功底,将农业经济、农业遥感和工程科学的方法和工具交叉应用到全球变化、智慧农业与农业经济领域研究,在全球变化农业影响的事实、机理机制和适应、全球耕地和农作物空间分布制图新技术方法等方面取得了世界领先的研究成果,对全球很多国家,尤其是埃塞俄比亚、乌干达、尼日利亚、加纳和马拉维等非洲国家的农业发展战略和研发政策制定产生了积极影响。先后主持或共同主持了美国国家自然科学基金(NSF)、美国航空航天署(NASA)、美国国际援助署(USAID)、英国国际发展部(DFID)、澳大利亚国际农业研究中心(ACIAR)、欧盟(EU)、世界银行(World Bank)、比尔盖茨基金会(Gates Foundation)、洛克菲勒基金(Rockefeller Foundation)等资助项目50余项。在Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences of USA (PNAS)Global Change BiologyGlobal Ecology and BiogeographyGlobal and Planetary ChangeEnvironmental Science &Technology等国际一流SCI/SSCI期刊发表论文100余篇,近5年被引用次数4000余次,其中代表性论文单篇最高他引次数600余次,H指数达32(谷歌学术,20186);出版专著7部。先后获得欧洲地学联盟青年科学家奖、欧洲环境和资源经济学家学会论文奖、澳大利亚农业与资源经济学会青年科学家奖和中国留美经济学家学会邹至庄奖等。

(一)学历

1990 清华大学水利工程学,

1995 清华大学岩土工程学硕士学位;

1998年美国约翰霍普金斯大学,理科硕士学位;

1999年美国约翰霍普金斯大学,经济学硕士学位;

1999年约翰霍普金斯大学,土木与环境工程学博士学位。

(二)工作经历

19901993年任中国长江水利委员会工程师;

1999年至2010年任职于美国国际食物政策研究所高级科学家;

2010年至今任美国国际食物政策研究所高级研究员、团队负责人;

2009年被华中农业大学聘为“楚天学者计划”讲座教授;

2013年至今入选湖北省“百人计划”特聘教授;

2015年入选教育部“长江学者” 讲座教授;

 

 

 

发表的论文及著作

 

A. 英文论文1. Xie, H.,L. You, H.Takeshima. 2017. Invest in small-scale irrigated agriculture: A national assessment on potential to expand small-scale irrigation in Nigeria.Agricultural Water Management193 (2017) 251264

2. Fritz, S., L. See1, C. Perger , McCallum, C Schill, D Schepaschenko, M Duerauer, M Karner, C Dresel, J. Laso-Bayas, M Lesiv, I Moorthy, C Salk, O Danylo, T Sturn, F Albrecht,L You, F Kraxner & M Obersteiner. 2017. A global dataset f crowdsourced land cover and land use reference data.Scientific Data, 4:170075, DOI:10.1038/sdata.2017.75.

3. Lu, M.; Wu, W.;You, L.; Chen, D.; Zhang, L.; Yang, P.; Tang, H. A Synergy Cropland of China by Fusing Multiple Existing Maps and Statistics.Sensors2017, 17, 1613.

4. Harou, A.P., Y. Liu, C. B. Barrett,L.You. 2017. Variable Returns to Fertiliser Use and the Geography of Poverty: Experimental and Simulation Evidence from Malawi.Journal of African Economies, 2017, 130, doi: 10.1093/jae/ejx002

5. Hua, C., R. T. Woodward, andL. You. 2017. An Ex-Post Evaluation of Agricultural Extension Programs for Reducing Fertilizer Input in Shaanxi, China.Sustainability2017, 9, 566; doi:10.3390/su9040566.

6. Yu, Q., Wenbin Wu,L.You, T. Zhu, J. van Vliet, P.H. Verburg, Z. Liu, Z. Li, P. Yang, Q. Zhou, H.Tang. 2017. Assessing the harvested area gap in China.Agricultural Systems, Volume 153, Pages 212220,http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agsy.2017.02.003.

7. Wang, G., K. F. Ahmed,L. You, M. Yu, J. Pal, and Z. Ji.2017. Projecting regional climate and cropland changes using a linked biogeophysical-socioeconomic modeling framework: 1. Model description and an equilibrium application over West Africa,J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 9, doi:10.1002/ 2016MS000712.

8. Ahmed, K. F., G. Wang,L. You, R. Anyah, C. Zhang, and A. Burnicki. 2017. Projecting regional climate and cropland changes using a linked biogeophysical-socioeconomic modeling framework: 2. Transient dynamics,J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst.,9, doi:10.1002/2016MS000721.

9. Koo, J., C. M. Cox, M. Bacou, C. Azzarri, Z.Guo, U.Wood-Sichra, Q. Gong,L.You.2016. CELL5M: A geospatial database of agricultural indicators for Africa South of the Sahara.F1000Research 2016, 5:2490 (doi: 10.12688/f1000research.9682.1)

10. Li, X., Nianjie Liu,Liangzhi You, Xinli Ke, Haijun Liu, Malan Huang, Stephen, R.Waddington. 2016. Patterns of Cereal Yield Growth across China from 1980 to 2010 and Their Implications for Food Production and Food Security.PLoS ONE11 (7): e0159061. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0159061

11. Ahmed, K. F., G. Wang,L. You, and M. Yu. 2016. Potential impact of climate and socioeconomic changes on future agricultural land use in West Africa.Earth System Dynamics 7, 151-165, doi:10.5194/esd-7-151-2016

12. Ahmed, K. F., G. Wang,L. You, and M. Yu. 2016. Potential impact of climate and socioeconomic changes on future agricultural land use in West Africa.Earth System Dynamics 7, 151-165, doi:10.5194/esd-7-151-2016

13. Li, Z., Z. Liu, W. Anderson, P. Yang, W. Wu, H. Tan,L. You. 2015. Chinese Rice Production Area Adaptations to Climate Changes,19492010.Environmental Science&Technology49 (4), pp 20322037, DOI: 10.1021/es505624x

14. Fritz, S., L. See, I. Mccallum,L. You, et al.. 2015. Mapping global cropland and field size,Global Change Biology21, 19801992, doi: 10.1111/gcb.12838

15. See, L., S. Fritz,L. You, N. Ramankutty, M. Herrero, C. Justice, I. Becker-Reshef, P.Thornton, K. Erb, P. Gong, H. Tang, M.van der Velde, P. Ericksen, I. McCallum, F. Kraxner, M. Obersteiner. 2015. Improved global cropland data as an essential ingredient for food security.Global Food Security,Volume 4, page 37-45

16. Enenkel, M., L. See, R. Bonifacio, V. Boken, N. Chaney, P. Vinck,L.You, E. Dutra, M. Anderson. 2015. Drought and food security Improving decision-support via new technologies and innovative collaboration.Global Food SecurityVolume 4, page 51-54

17. Maystadt, J.F., M. Calderone;L. You. 2015. Local warming and violent conflict in North and South Sudan.Journal of Economic Geography15 (3): 649-671, doi:10.1093/jeg/lbu033

18. Li, W., C. Zhang, M. R. Willig, D. K. Dey, G. Wang ,L. You. 2015. Bayesian Markov chain random field cosimulation for improving land cover classification accuracy.Mathematical Geosciences, Volume 47, Issue 2 (2015), Page 123-148

19. Anderson, W,L.You, S. Wood, U. Wood-Sichra, W. Wu. 2015. An analysis of methodological and spatial differences in global cropping systems models and maps.Global Ecology and BiogeographyVolume 24, Issue 2, Page 180-191

20. Li, Man, A. De Pinto, J. Ulimwengu,L. You, R. Robertson. 2015. Impacts of road expansion on deforestation and biological carbon loss in the Democratic Republic of Congo.Environment and Resource Economics.Volume 60, Issue 3, Page 433-469

21. Yu, Q., WU Wen-bin, LIU Zhen-huan, Peter H Verburg, XIA Tian, YANG Peng1, LU Zhongjun,YOU Liang-zhiand TANG Hua-jun. 2014. Interpretation of climate change and agricultural adaptations by local household farmers: A case study at Bin county, Northeast China.Journal of Integrative Agriculture13(7): 1599-1608

22. WU Wen-bin, YU Qiang-yi, Verburg H Peter,YOU Liang-zhi, YANG Peng and TANG Hua-jun. 2014. How could agricultural land systems contribute to raise food production under global change?Journal of Integrative Agriculture13(7): 1432-1442

23. You, L.,S. Wood, U. Wood-Sichra, W. Wu. 2014. Generating global crop distribution maps: From census to grid.Agricultural Systems127(2014) 5360

24. You, L.,H. Xie, U. Wood-Sichra, Z. Guo, L. Wang. 2014. Irrigation potential and investment return in Kenya.Food Policy47(2014) 3445

25. Tan, Jieyang; Yang, Peng; Liu, Zhenhuan; Wu, Wenbin; Zhang, Li; Li, Zhipeng;You, Liangzhi; Tang, Huajun; and Li, Zhengguo. 2014. Spatio-temporal dynamics of maize cropping system in Northeast China between 1980 and 2010 by using spatial production allocation model.Journal of Geographical Sciences24(3): 397-410

26. Headey, D., A. S. Taffesse,L. You. 2014. Diversification and development in pastoralist Ethiopia.World Development56:200-213.

27. Xie, H.,L. You, B. Wielgosz, C. Ringler. 2014. Estimating the potential for expanding smallholder irrigation in Sub-Saharan Africa.Agricultural Water Management131(2014): 183-193

28. Xiong, W., I. Holman,L. You, J. Yang & W. Wu. 2014. Impacts of observed growingseason warming trends since 1980 on crop yields in China.Regional Environmental Change14(1), 7-16

29. Li, G., Z. Feng,L. You, L. Fan. 2013. Re-examining the inverse relationship between farm size and efficiency: The empirical evidence in China.China Agricultural Economic Review5(4): 473-488

30. Liu Z.H., Li Z.G., Tang P.Q., Li Z.P., Wu W.B., Yang P.,You L.Z., Tang H.J.. 2013. Changes analysis of rice area and production in China during the past three decades.Journal of Geographical Sciences23(6): 1005-1018, DOI: 10.1007/s11442-013-1059-x

31. Liu, J., S. Tian, J. Liu, H. Yang, C. Zang, S. Jia,L. You, B. Liu, M. Zhang. 2013. Water conservancy projects in China: Achievements, challenges and way forward.Global Environmental Change23: 633-643.

32. van der Velde, M., L. See,L.You, J. Balkovič, S. Fritz, N. Khabarov, M. Obersteiner and S. Wood. 2013. Affordable nutrient solutions for improved food security as evidenced by crop trials. PLoS ONE 8(4):e60075. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0060075

33. Fritz, S., L. See,L. You, C. Justice, I. Becker-Reshef, L. Bydekerke, R. Cumani, P.Defourny, K. Erb, J. Foley, S. Gilliams, P. Gong, M. Hansen, T. Hertel, M. Herold, M. Herrero, F. Kayitakire, J. Latham, O. Leo, I. McCallum, M. Obersteiner, N. Ramankutty, J. Rocha, H. Tang, P. Thornton, C. Vancutsem, M. van der Velde, S. Wood, C.Woodcock. 2013. The need for improved maps of global cropland.Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union94(3):31-32. DOI: 10.1002/2013EO030006

34. Yu, B.,L. You. 2013. A typology of food security in developing countries. China Agricultural Economic Review5(1), p.118-153, DOI: 10.1108/17561371311294810.

35. Notenbaerta,A., M. Herrero, H Groote,L You, E Gonzalez-Estrada, M. Blummel. 2013 Identifying recommendation domains for targeting dual-purpose maize-based interventions in crop-livestock systems in East Africa.Land Use Policy30(1),834-846

36. Ma K,You L, Liu J, Zhang M.. 2012. A hybrid wetland map for China: A synergistic approach using census and spatially explicit datasets.PLoSONE7(10):e47814. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047814

37. You, L.2012. A tale of two countries: Spatial and temporal patterns of rice productivity in China and Brazil.China Economic Review23(3), Pages 690703

38. Dorosh, P., H. Wang,L.You, and E. Schmidt. 2012. Road connectivity, population and crop production in Sub-Saharan Africa: Spatial correlations and analysis.Agricultural Economics43(1), 89-103.

39. Bingxin Yu, F. Liu,L. You. 2012. Dynamic agricultural supply response under economic transformation: A case study of Henan, China.American Journal of Agricultural Economics94(2):370-376, doi: 10.1093/ajae/aar114.

40. You, L.,C. Ringler, U. Wood-Sichra, R. Robertson, S. Wood, T. Zhu, G. Nelson, Z. Guo and Y. Sun. 2011. What is the irrigation potential for Africa? A combined biophysical and socioeconomic approach.Food Policy36(6): 770-782

41. Cai, X., Y. C. E. Yang, C. Ringler, J. Zhao, andL. You. 2011. Agricultural water productivity assessment for the Yellow River Basin.Agricultural Water Management98(8): 1297-1306.

42. Wu, W., P. Yang, H. Tang,L. You, Q. Zhou, Z. Chen, and R. Shibasaki. 2011. Globalscale assessment of potential future risks of food insecurity.Journal of Risk Research. DOI:10.1080/13669877.2011.571794.

43. Li, Gucheng,L. Youand Z. Feng. 2011. The sources of total factor productivity growth in Chinese agriculture: technological progress or efficiency gain?Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies9(2),181-203.

44. Fritz, S.,L. You,A. Bun, L. See, I. McCallum, C. Schill, J. Liu, M. Hansen, M. Obersteiner. 2011. Cropland for Sub-Saharan Africa: A synergistic approach using five land cover datasets.Geophysical Research Letter38(4). doi:10.1029/2010GL046213.

45. You, L.,M. Spoor, J. Ulimwengu, S. Zhang. 2011. Land use change and environmental stress of wheat, rice and corn production in China.China Economic Review22(2011), 461-473.

46. Wu, W., H. Tang, P. Yang,L. You, Q, Zhou, Z. Chen, R. Shibasaki. 2011. Scenariobased assessment of future food security.Journal of Geographical Sciences21(1):3-17, DOI: 10.1007/s11442-011-0825-x.

47. Ringler, C., X. Cai, J. Wang, A. Ahmed, Y. Xue, Z. Sue, E. Yang, J. Zhao, T. Zhu, L. Cheng, Y. Fu, X. Fu, X. Gu, andL. You. 2010. Yellow River Basin: Living with scarcity.Water International35 (5):681701. DOI: 10.1080/02508060.2010.509857.

48. Liu, J.,L. You, M. Amini, M. Obersteiner, M. Herrero, A. Zehnder, H. Yang. 2010. A high-resolution assessment of global nitrogen flows in cropland.Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences of USA,107: 8035-8040.doi:10.1073/pnas.0913658107.

49. You, L.,M. Johnson. 2010. Exploring strategic priorities for regional agricultural R&D investments in east and central Africa.Agricultural Economics41:177-190.

50. You, L.,S. Wood, U. Wood-Sichra. 2009. Generating plausible crop distribution and performance maps for Sub-Saharan Africa using a spatially disaggregated data fusion and optimization approach.Agricultural Systems99(2-3): 126-140.

51. You, L.,M. Rosegrant, S. Wood, D. Sun. 2009. Impact of growing season temperature on wheat productivity in China.Agricultural and Forest Meteorology149(6-7):10091014.doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2008.12.004.

52. Liu, J., S. Fritz, C.F.A. van Wesenbeeck, M. Fuchs,L. You, M. Obersteiner, H. Yang. 2008. A spatially explicit assessment of current and future hotspots of hunger in SubSahara Africa in the context of global change.Global and Planetary Change64 (3-4):222-235, doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2008.09.007.

53. Shiferaw, B., T. A. Kebede,L. You. 2008. Technology adoption under seed access constraints and the economic impacts of improved pigeon-pea varieties in Tanzania.Agricultural Economics39: 309-323.

54. You, L.and X, Diao. 2007. Assessing potential impact of avian influenza on poultry in West Africa A spatial equilibrium model analysis.Journal of Agricultural Economics(UK)58(2): 348-367.

55. You, L., S. Wood, U. Wood-Sichra, J. Chamberlin. 2007. Generating plausible crop distribution maps for Sub-Sahara Africa using a spatial allocation model.Information Development23(2-3): 151-159.

56. Bolwig, S. andL. You. 2007. Quality or volume? An economic evaluation of coffee development strategies for Uganda.Development In Practice17 (3):433-438.

57. Shiferaw, B., S. Silim, G. Muricho, P. Audi, F. Mligo, S. Lyimo,L.You,J.Christiansen. 2007. Assessment of the adoption and impact of improved pigeonpea varieties in TanzaniaJournal of Semi-Arid Tropical Agricultural Research5(1), December 2007.

58. You, L.and S. Bolwig. 2006. An evaluation of alternative development strategies for Robusta coffee in Uganda.The ICFAI Journal of Business Strategy3(4):19-40

59. Msangi, S., M.W. Rosegrant, andL. You. 2006. Advancing ex-post assessment methods of climate forecast impacts.Climate Research32(2):56-68.

60. You, L. and S. Wood. 2006. An entropy approach to spatial disaggregation of agricultural production.Agricultural Systems90(1 -3):329-347.

61. You, L. and S. Wood. 2005. Assessing the spatial distribution of crop production using a cross-entropy method.International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation7(4):310-323.

62. Wood, S.,L. Youand X. Zhang. 2004. Spatial patterns of crop yields in Latin America and the Caribbean. Cuardernos de Economia:Latin American Journal of Economics,41(December): 361-381.

63. Wang, G., andL. You. 2004. Delayed impact of the North Atlantic Oscillation on biosphere productivity in Asia,Geophysical Research Letters31(12),L12210, doi:10.1029/2004GL019766.

64. Michalowski, R.L. andL.You. 2000. Displacement of reinforced slopes subjected to seismic loads.Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering(ASCE)126(8):685-694.

65. You, L. and R. L. Michalowski. 1999. Displacement charts for simple slope under seismic loading.Computers and Geotechnics25(1): 45-55.

66. Michalowski, R.L. andL.You.1998. Effective width rule in calculations of bearing capacity of shallow footings.Computers and Geotechnics23(4):237-253.

67. Michalowski, R. L. andL.You.1998. Non-symmetrical limit loads on strip footings.Soils and Foundations38(4):195-203.

 

 

B 中文论文:1. 陈浩李正国唐鹏钦胡亚南谭杰扬刘珍环游良志杨鹏. 2016.气候变化背景下东北水稻的时空分布特征。《应用生态学报》2016年,第8期,2571-2579

2. 刘珍环,杨鹏,吴文斌,李正国,游良志. 2016.30年中国农作物种植结构时空变化分析。地理学报,第71卷第5期,828-839

3. 唐鹏钦,杨鹏,陈仲新,李正国,游良志,刘珍环,吴文斌,姚艳敏。2013.利用交叉信息熵模拟东北地区水稻种植面积空间分布。农业工程学报第29卷,第17期,

96-103

4. 刘珍环,李正国,唐鹏钦,李志鹏,吴文斌,杨鹏,游良志,唐华俊.30年中国水稻种植区域与产量的时空变化分析.地理学报, 2013, 68(5): 680 - 693.693

5. 张玉梅,游良志,刘凤伟。2009。中国农业科研投资区域分配及其经济效率研究。《中国科技论坛》2009年第06期。

6. 彭卓,游良志,周新安,李先德。2008DREAM在中国农业研发效果经济评价上的应用——以大豆新品种"中豆35"研发为例。《中国农学通报》2008年第24卷第06

7. 彭卓,张社梅,游良志。2007DREAM系统在农业科研资源评价中的应用。《农业技术经济》2007年第1

 

8. 张社梅,游良志。2007DREAM系统及其在中国的应用评价。《世界农业》2007年第11期。

 

9. 彭卓,游良志。2006.动态科研决策评价系统-DREAM.《农业技术经济》,2006年增刊。

 

 

C 著作/1. Rosegrant, Mark W., Valmonte-Santos, Rowena, Thomas, Timothy S.,You, Liangzhi, Chiang, Catherine A. 2015. Climate change, food security, and socioeconomic livelihood in Pacific Islands. Asian Development Bank and International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). 367 pp.

2. Robinson, T.P., Thornton P.K., Franceschini, G., Kruska, R.L., Chiozza, F., Notenbaert, A., Cecchi, G., Herrero, M., Epprecht, M., Fritz, S.,You, L., Conchedda, G. & See, L. 2011.Global livestock production systems. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and International Livestock Research Institute(ILRI), 152 pp.

3. Nin-Pratt, A., M. Johnson, E. Magalhaes,L. You, X. Diao, and J. Chamberlin. 2011. Yield Gaps and Potential Growth in Western and Central Africa.IFPRI Research Monograph.International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Washington, USA. DOI: 10.2499/9780896291829.

4. Nelson, G. C., M. Rosegrant, A. Palazzo, I. Gray, C. Ingersoll, R. Robertson, S. Tokgoz, T. Zhu, T. Sulser, C. Ringler, S. Msangi,L. You. 2010. Food security, farming, and climate change to 2050.IFPRI Research Monograph.International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Washington, USA. DOI:10.2499/9780896291867.

5. Omamo, S. W., X Diao, S Wood, J Chamberlin,L.You, S Benin, U Wood-Sichra, ATatwangire, and S Ketema. 2006. Strategic priorities for agricultural development in

Eastern and Central Africa.Research Report 150, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA

6. Wood, S.,L. You,W. Baitx. 2005. Dynamic Research Evaluation for Management(DREAM), International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI),Washington, DC, USA, 2005

 

 

D 著作里章节:1. Walker, Tom, Christopher Ward, Rafael Torquebiau, Hua Xie, Weston Anderson, Nikos Perez, Claudia Ringler,Liang You, Nicola Cenacchi,Tom Hash, Fred Rattunde, Eva Weltzien, Jawoo Koo, Federica Carfagna, Raffaello Cervigni, Michael Morris. 2015.Agriculture: More Water and Better Farming for Improved Food Security. InConfronting Drought in Africas Drylands: Opportunities for EnhancingResilienceedited by Raffaello Cervigni and Michael Morris. Africa Development Forum series. Washington, DC: World Bank.

2. Ecker, Olivier; Breisinger, Clemens; McCool, Christen; Diao, Xinshen; Funes, Jose;You, Liangzhi; and Yu, Bingxin. 2013. Food security in Yemen: An integrated, crosssector, and multi-level analysis. InDeveloping countries: Political, economic and social issues,ed, Arthur Ramazzotti, and Walther Gravina. Chapter 1. Hauppauge, NY, USA: Nova Science Publishers.

3. Diao, X.,L. You, V. Alpuerto and R. Folledo. 2012. Assessing Agricultural Potential in South Sudan A Spatial Analysis Method. Chapter 8 inApplication of Geographic Information Systems(ISBN 978-953-51-0824-5, edited by Bhuiyan Monwar Alam). http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/47938.

4. Pardey, P.G., S. Wood, U.Wood-Sichra, C. Chan-Kang, andL. You. 2010.Setting the economic scene. Chapter 2 in P.G. Pardey, S. Wood, and R. Herford (eds.),Research Futures:Projecting Agricultural R&D Potentials for Latin America and the Caribbean, Washington, DC and St. Paul: IFPRI, IDB, and InSTePP, 2010.

5. Wood, S., K. Sebastian, andL. You. 2010.Spatial perspectives. Chapter 3 in P.G. Pardey, S. Wood, and R. Herford (eds.),Research Futures: Projecting Agricultural R&D Potentials for Latin America and the Caribbean, Washington, DC and St. Paul: IFPRI, IDB, and InSTePP, 2010.

6. Alston, J.M., P. Pardey, S. Wood, andL. You. 2010. Projecting Agricultural R&D Potentials. In P.G. Pardey, S. Wood, and R. Herford (eds.),Research Futures: Projecting Agricultural R&D Potentials for Latin America and the Caribbean, Washington, DC and St. Paul: IFPRI, IDB, and InSTePP, 2010.

7. You, L., M. Rosegrant, C. Fang and S. Wood. 2008. The impact of global warming on Chinese wheat productivity. InChinas Dilemma: Economic growth, the environment and climate change(L. Song and W.T.Woo eds).TheAustralian National University Press, Canberra, Australia, p. 265-275.

8. You, L.T. Zhu. 2007. From basin to pixel: high resolution cereal water productivity on a global scale. In Van Bers, C., Petry, D. and Pahl-Wostl, C. eds.,Global assessments: bridging scales and linking to policy. GWSP Issues in Global Water System Research, No.2. GWSP IPO, Bonn.

9. Alcamo, J., Weiss, M., Schaldach, R., Voss, F. andYou, L.2007. Future cropland in Africa: the outlook for green and blue water fluxes. In Van Bers, C., Petry, D. and PahlWostl, C. eds.,Global assessments: bridging scales and linking to policy. GWSP Issues in Global Water System Research, No.2. GWSP IPO, Bonn.

10. Alston, J. M. P.G. Pardey, S. Wood, andL. You.2004. Strategic technology investments for LAC agriculture: a framework for evaluating the local and spillover effects of R&D, in Hertford, Pardey and Wood (eds),Assessing Agricultural R&D Priorities in LAC and the Caribbean, Inter-American Development Bank and International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, USA

11. You, L.A. Acquaye, S. Wood and P. Pardey. 2002. Generating new knowledge for strategic agricultural R&D assessment in Eastern and Central Africa (ECA): Preliminary baseline simulations of the potential economic impact of productivity growth in major food and cash crops.Compendium of Impact Studies 2002by W. Masters and J. Sanders(eds.), Purdue University, USA.

12. You, L.and R. L. Michalowski .1999. Reinforced slopes subjected to seismic loads. inNumerical Models in Geomechanics NUMOG VII, Pande, Pietruszczak & Schweiger(eds.), 1999 Balkema, Rotterdan, ISBN 90 5809 0957

13. You, L.and R. L. Michalowski. 1999. Displacements of slopes subjected to seismic loads. inSlope Stability Engineering, Yagi, Yamagami & Jiang (editors), 1999 Balkema, Rotterdam, ISBN 90 5809 0795

 

 

E. 科普论文:1. See, L., Fritz, S., Thornton, P.,You, L.,Becker-Reshef, I., Justice, C., Leo, O. and Herrero, M. 2011. Building a Consolidated Community Global Cropland Map.Earthzine.

http://www.earthzine.org/2012/01/24/building-a-consolidated-community-globalcropland-map/

2. Dorosh, P., H. Wang,L.You, and E. Schmidt. 2011. Road connectivity and its impact on crop production.PositionIT, Aug/Sept, 2011,

http://z.positionit.eepublishers.co.za/index.aspx?issue=issue19&page=41

3. Nelson, G. C., M. Rosegrant, A. Palazzo, I. Gray, C. Ingersoll, R. Robertson, S. Tokgoz, T. Zhu, T. Sulser, C. Ringler, S. Msangi,L. You. 2010. Food security and climate change: Challenges to 2050s and beyond.IFPRI Issue Brief 66. International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Washington, USA

4. Xue, Yunpeng andL. You.2010. Water Right Transfer Experiment and the Impact on the Water Resources Management Policy In China: an Overview.Journal of the Washington Institute of China Studies, Vol. 5, No. 2, p52-66.

5. Cai, X. Y.-C.E. Yang, C. Ringler, and L. You. 2010. Water Productivity Assessment for Chinas Yellow River Basin.IFPRI Project Brief. International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Washington, USA

6. You, L..2009. World food price bubble and Chinas food security.Journal of Washington Institute of China Studies4(1):22-31

7. You, L.2008. Food and agriculture. inNational GeographicAtlas of China, National Geographic Society, Washington, DC, USA.

8. Diao, X., A. Nin Pratt, M. Gautam, J. Keough, J. Chamberlin,L.You, D. Puetz, D. Resnick, and B. Yu. 2006. Ethiopia : growth options and poverty reduction,Issue brief addendum 45. Washington, DC / Entebbe, Uganda: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) / Eastern and Central Africa Programme for Agricultural Policy Analysis (ECAPAPA)

 

 

F 博客:

1. New Global Crop Data Aid in Food Policy Decisions.http://harvestchoice.org/labs/newglobal-crop-data-aid-food-policy-decisions.April 15, 2015

2. Global Cropland Maps Make Global News.http://harvestchoice.org/labs/global-croplandmaps-make-global-news.March 2, 2015

3. Local warming and violent conflict in Sudan.http://ideasforafrica.net/articles/localwarming-and-violent-conflict-sudan.November, 2014

4. Mapping crops to improve food security.http://www.pim.cgiar.org/2014/08/20/mappingcrops-to-improve-food-security/.August, 2014

5. Global Production System Characterization: SPAM and Beyond.http://harvestchoice.org/labs/global-production-system-characterization-spam-andbeyond.April, 2014

 

 

G 工作论文

1. Iimi, Atsushi,You, Liangzhi, Wood-Sichra, Ulrike, Humphrey, Richard Martin. 2015. Agriculture production and transport infrastructure in East Africa: An application of spatial autoregression. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, WPS 7281, World Bank, Washington, DC, USA,http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7930-8814.

2. Wu, W.,L. You, K. Chen. 2015. Cropping Intensity Gaps: The Potential for Expanding Global Harvest Areas. IFPRI Discussion Paper 01459. International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA.

3. Harou, A., Y. Liu, C. Barrett,L. You. 2014. Variable Returns to Fertilizer Use and Its Relationship to Poverty: Experimental and Simulation Evidence from Malawi.IFPRI Discussion Paper 01373, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC,USA. Revised and resubmitted toProceeding of National Academy of Sciences

4. Anderson, W,L.You, S. Wood, U. Wood-Sichra, W. Wu. 2014. A Comparative Analysis of Global Cropping Systems Models and Maps. IFPRI Discussion Paper 01327, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA. Revised and resubmitted toGlobal Ecology and Biogeography

5. Johnson, M., Benin, Samuel,You, Liangzhi,Diao, Xinshen, Chilonda, Pius, Kennedy, Adam. 2014. Exploring strategic priorities for regional agricultural research and development investments in Southern Africa.IFPRI Discussion Paper 01318, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA

6. Headey, D., A. Taffesse,L. You.2013. Improving Development Strategies in Pastoral Areas.ESSP Research Note 23, Ethiopia Strategic Support Program, Addis Ababa,Ethiopia. Revised and resubmitted toWorld Development

7. Calderone, C., J. F. Maystadt, L. You. 2013. Local Warming and Violent Conflict in North and South Sudan.IFPRI Discussion Paper 01276, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA (LICOS Discussion Paper 335/2013, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium). Revised and resubmitted toJournal ofEconomic Geography

8. Headey, D., A. Taffesse,L. You.2012. Enhancing Resilience in the Horn of Africa: An Exploration into Alternative Investment Options.IFPRI Discussion Paper 01176, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA. Revised and resubmitted toWorld Development

9. Johnson, M., S. Benin, X. Diao, andL. You. 2011. Prioritizing regional agricultural R&D investments in Africa: Incorporating R&D spillovers and economy-wide effects.Conference Working Paper 15. ASTI/IFPRI-FARA Conference, Accra, Ghana, December 5-7, 2011

10. Ecker, J., C. Breisinger, C. McCool, X. Diao, J. Funes,L. You, B. Yu. 2010. Assessing Food Security in Yemen: An Innovative Integrated, Cross-Sector, and Multilevel Approach.IFPRI Discussion Paper 00982, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA

11. You, L.,C. Ringler, G. Nelson, U. Wood-Sichra, R. Robertson, S. Wood, Z. Guo, T. Zhu, Y. Sun. 2010. What is the irrigation potential for Africa?: A combined biophysical and socioeconomic approach.IFPRI Discussion Paper 993. International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Washington, D.C. Revised and resubmitted toFood Policy

12. Dorosh, P., H. Wang,L.You, and E. Schmidt. 2010. Crop Production and Road Connectivity in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Spatial Analysis. Policy ResearchWorking Paper 5385,African Region, The World Bank Group, Washington, USA. Revised and resubmitted toAgricultural Economics

13. Yu, Bingxin; Liu, Fengwei;You, L. 2010. Dynamic agricultural supply response under economic transformation : A case study of Henan province.IFPRI Discussion Paper987. International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Washington, D.C. Revised and resubmitted toAmerican Journal of Agricultural Economics

14. Yu, B.,L. You.,S. Fan. 2010. Toward a Typology of Food Security in Developing Countries.IFPRI Discussion Paper 00945, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA. Revised and resubmitted toChina Agricultural EconomicReview

15. Notenbaert, An, M. Herrero, R. Kruska,L. You, S. Wood, P.Thornton, and A. Omolo. 2009. Classifying livestock production systems for targeting agricultural research and development in a rapidly changing world.Discussion Paper 19. Nairobi, Kenya: International Livestock Research Institute. http://hdl.handle.net/10568/589

16. Ulimwengu, J., J. Funes, D. Headey,L. You.2009. Paving the way for development? The Impact of Transport Infrastructure on Agricultural Production and Poverty Reduction in the Democratic Republic of Congo.IFPRI Discussion Paper 00944, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA

17. You, L.,C. Ringler, G. Nelson, U. Wood-Sichra, R. Robertson. S. Wood, G. Zhe, T. Zhu, and Y. Sun. 2009. Torrents and Trickles: Irrigation Spending Needs In Africa.Background Paper 9, African Infrastructure Country Diagnostics, The World Bank Group, Washington, USA. Revised and resubmitted toFood Policy

18. Dorosh, P., H. Wang,L.You, and E. Schmidt. 2009. Crop Production and Road Connectivity in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Spatial Analysis.Working Paper 19, African Infrastructure Country Diagnostic, The World Bank Group, Washington, USA. Revised and resubmitted toAgricultural Economics

19. Nin-Pratt, A., M. Johnson, E. Magalhaes, X. Diao,L. You, J. Chamberlin. 2009. Priorities for Realizing the Potential to Increase Agricultural Productivity and Growth in Western and Central Africa.IFPRI Discussion Paper 876, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA. Revised and published in an IFPRI monograph.

20. Johnson, M., R. Birner, J. Chamberlin, X. Diao, S. Fan, A. Nin-Pratt, D. Resnick,L. You, B. Yu. 2008. Regional Strategic Alternatives for Agriculture-led Growth and Poverty Reduction in West Africa.ReSAKSS Working Paper No. 22, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA

21. You, L., M. Johnson. 2008. Exploring Strategic Priorities for Regional Agricultural R&D Investments in East and Central Africa. IFPRI Discussion Paper 776, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA. Revised and resubmitted toAgricultural Economics

22. You, L. 2008. A Tale of Two Countries: Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Rice Productivity in China and Brazil.IFPRI Discussion Paper 758, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA. Revised and resubmitted toChina EconomicReview

23. You, L. 2008. A Tale of Two Countries: Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Rice Productivity in China and Brazil.WIDER Research Paper2008/30, World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER), Helsinki, Finland

24. Benin, S. andL. You.2007. Benefit-Cost Analysis of Ugandas Clonal Coffee Replanting Program: An Ex-Ante Analysis.IFPRI Discussion Paper 744, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA

25. You, L., S. Wood, U. Wood-Sichra. 2007. Generating plausible crop distribution and performance maps for Sub-Saharan Africa using a spatially disaggregated data fusion and optimization approach.IFPRI Discussion Paper 720, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA. Revised and resubmitted toAgricultural System

26. You, L.and X, Diao. 2006. Assessing potential impact of avian influenza on poultry in West Africa A spatial equilibrium model analysis.DSG Discussion Paper 40, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA. Revised and resubmitted toJournal of Agricultural Economics

27. You, L., M. Rosegrant, C. Fang and S. Wood. 2005. Impact of global warming on Chinese wheat productivity.EPTD Discussion Paper143, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA. Revised and resubmitted toAgricultural andForest Meteorology.

28. Shiferaw, B., S. Silim, G. Muricho, P. Audi. J. Mligo, S. Lyimo,L. You, J. Chistiansen. 2005. Assessment of the adoption and impact of improved pigeon pea varieties in Tanzania.Working Paper Series no.21, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), India. Revised and resubmitted toAgriculturalEconomics

29. You, L.and J. Chamberlin. 2004. Spatial analysis of sustainable livelihood enterprises of Uganda cotton production.EPTD Discussion Paper121, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA.

30. Wood, S., L. You,and X. Zhang. 2004. Spatial patterns of crop yields in Latin America and Caribbean.EPTD Discussion Paper124, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA. Revised and resubmitted toLatin American Journal ofEconomics

31. You, L.and S. Wood. 2004. Assessing the spatial distribution of crop production using a cross-entropy method.EPTD Discussion Paper126, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA. Revised and resubmitted toAgricultural Systems

32. Johnson, M., D. Resnick, S. Bolwid, J. Chamberlin,L. You,S. Wood, P. Hazell. 2004. Strategic analysis and knowledge support system for rural development strategies in SubSaharan Africa.DSGDDiscussion Paper14, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA

33. You, L.and S. Bolwig. 2003. Alternative growth scenarios for Uganda coffee to 2020.EPTD Discussion Paper No.98. International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC. Revised and resubmitted toDevelopment in Practice.

 

 

H 数据:

1. You, L.; Wood-Sichra, Ulrike; Fritz, Steffen; See, Linda; Koo, Jawoo, 2015, "Global Spatially-Disaggregated Crop Production Statistics Data for 2005", http://dx.doi.org/10.7910/DVN/DHXBJX, Harvard Dataverse, V2

2. You, L., U. Wood-Sichra, S. Fritz, Z. Guo, L. See, and J. Koo. 2014. Spatial Production Allocation Model (SPAM) 2005 v2.0. October 27, 2015. Available fromhttp://mapspam.info

3. You, L., S. Wood, U. Wood-Sichra, Z. Guo, and J. Koo. 2008. Spatial Production Allocation Model (SPAM) 2000 v3.0.7. April 7, 2008. Available fromhttp://mapspam.info

4. Frtiz, S., L. See, I. Mccallum, L. You, et al.. 2015. Global hybrid cropland 2005 v1.5. March 3, 2015, Available fromwww.geo-wiki.org.

 

 

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