Competitive Research Grants

EEPSEA provides grants to fund research projects that focus on nationally relevant issues in its various member countries. These include its Competitive Research Grants (CRGs), which are chosen from those who responded to EEPSEA’s Call for Proposals, are evaluated in time for the EEPSEA Annual Conference, and include dissertation research grants secured by Southeast Asian graduate students. Below is a list of ongoing EEPSEA CRGs by country.

CHINA
Land use change as adaptation to changing society and climate in inner Mongolia, China Liping Gao, Auburn University
Environmental policy, environmental quality and health: Evidence from China Wei Sun, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
The economic and environmental impact of the green credit policy in China Junxiu Sun, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Farmer's risk attitudes and their farming decisions on climate change adaptation in Changfeng Country, China Jin Jianjun, Beijing Normal University
Protect the environment through informing customers in China Haitao Yin, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Where can payment/rewards for ecosystem services tip the rubber monoculture to rainforest recovery in Xishuangbanna, China? Zhuangfang Yi, Chinese Academy of Science
Evaluating the impacts and feedbacks of payments for ecosystem services Xiaodong Chen, Xi'An Jiaotong University
Cost-benefit analysis of phasing out coal for various uses: An empirical study for “Jing-Jin-Ji” Region, China Yana Jin, Peking University
How sustainable is the solar energy? An estimation of the external cost of silicon production in Nujiang, China Zanxin Wang, Yunnan University
The supply of forest carbon sequestration from small-scale forestry: Time preference and attitude to risk Zhen Zhu, Zhejiang Agriculture & Forestry University
Surface Ozone Pollution and Unrecognized Challenge for Food Security: Evidence from China Fujin Yi, Nanjing Agricultural University
INDONESIA
Assessing the effectiveness of community based mangrove management to combine sustainable resource use, biodiversity conservation and coastal protection: case study Demak, Indonesia Ekaningrum Damastuti , Wageningen University
The role of social capital and leadership to the successfulness of the Waste Bank Program in Depok Municipality, West Java Alin Halimatussadiah, University of Indonesia
LAO PDR
Estimating the economic value of tourism resources in Champasak Province, Lao PDR: Evidence from travel cost method Kaysone Chansina, National University of Laos
MALAYSIA
Economic valuation of Pulau Sembilan and surrounding areas: direct market value and random utility modelling of site-choice behavior Khairunnisa Ahmad Kamil, The University of Western Australia
PHILIPPINES
Regulatory and public policy challenges to reducing air pollution concentrations in the city of Baguio, Philippines Achilles Costales and Maria Angeles Catelo, University of the Philippines (UP) Baguio and UP Los Baños
Assessment and valuation of natural assets in the aquatic agricultural systems of Sogod Bay, Southern Leyte, Philippines: A baseline study Salome Bulayog, Visayas State University
Impact of and adaptation to flood: An intra-household perspective Jaimie Kim Arias, University of the Philippines Los Baños
Economic, Social, and Distributional Aspects of Mariculture Parks in the Philippines Alice Ferrer, University of the Philippines Visayas
THAILAND
Patience and Conservation: Individual and group inter-temporal decisions in Thai communities Suparee Boonmanunt, University of Cologne
Using feedback as a tool for household energy conservation: An experimental approach Kannika Thampanishvong, Thailand Development Research Institute
VIETNAM
Risk perception, risk attitude towards climate change and shrimp farmers’ adaptation in Me Kong Delta, Viet Nam Trịnh Quang Tú, Wageningen University
Cost-benefit analysis of climate resilient housing in Central Vietnam Tran Tuan Anh, Hue University
The ecological services, institutions and dynamics of mangrove forests in South Viet Nam Truong Dang Thuy, University of Ho Chi Minh City
Ecotourism: Good for Biodiversity Conservation and Community Economic Well-being? An analysis of Nha Trang Bay Marine Protected Area in Viet Nam Pham Thi Thanh Thuy, Nha Trang University
The Economic Value of Ecosystem Services and Natural Capital in Southeast Asia Thang Dang, School of Economics, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
Do Hygienic Latrines Improve Health and Health Knowledge? A Randomised Control Trial Study in Vietnam Tung Phung, Mekong Development Research Institute
Drinking Water Options In The Context Of Arsenic Contamination at The Vietnamese Mekong Delta Vo Thanh Danh, School of Economics and Business Administration, Can Tho University
The Impact of Climate Change on Health and Sanitation: Comparative Evidence from Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam Nguyen Viet Cuong, Institute of Public Policy and Management, National Economics University
A study on households’ perception on arsenic contaminated water and willingness to pay for piped water connection in arsenic contaminated areas of Red River Delta, Vietnam Le Ha Thanh, National Economics University
Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia