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CHEN Haiyun
CHEN Haiyun

Assistant Professor

Department: Department of Public Management


Office Phone: +86-21-65982272


·   2009-2012: Ph.D. in Nature Resource Management, (UN)Asian Institute of Technology

·   2006-2008: Master in Economics of Population Resource & Environment, Lanzhou University

·   2002-2006: Bachelor in School of Information Science and Engineering, Lanzhou University



·   Sustainable Development and Management

·   Common Pool Resources (CPRs) Governance

·   Institutional Economics



·   Sustainable Development and Management

·   Institutional Economics

·   Public Governance




Teaching Positions

·   2013-Now: School of Economics and Management, Tongji University


International Experience

·   Post-Doc at Georg-August-University of Göttingen in Germany

·   International academic cooperation and visiting at The University of Tokyo in Japan, Technology University of Dresden in Germany, University of the Pacific, Stanford University, University of California – Berkeley in USA, etc.



·   Chinese (mother tongue)

·   English (excellent)




Sponsored Research Projects

·   “The coordinated mechanism between nature resource management and livelihood development in ecological hotspots”, National Natural Science Fund Project, 2015-2017

·   “The joint of indigenous institutional arrangement of common pool resourcesgovernance between China and USA from the perspective of community co-management”, The workshop for methodology of social science between China and USA, 2013- Now

·   The Young Talent Plan in Tongji University, 2015 -2017


Selected Publications

·   Chen, H.Y., Zhu, T., Krott, M., Calvo, J.F., Shivakoti P.G., and Inoue, M. Measurement and Evaluation of Livelihood Assets in Sustainable Forest Commons Governance. Land Use Policy, (30):908-914, 2013

·   Chen, H.Y., Zhu, T., Krott, M., and Maddox, D. Community forestry Management and livelihood development: Integration of governance, project design and community participation. Regional Environmental Change, (13): 67-75, 2013

Detailed CV