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Naam W Long
RoepnaamWeitong
Emailweitong.long@wur.nl

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Biografie

Weitong Long is a Ph.D. researcher in the Environmental Economics and Natural Resources (ENR) at Wageningen University & Research. She obtained her Bachelor's degree in Agricultural Resources and Environment from Hunan Agricultural University and a Master's degree in Plant Nutrition from China Agricultural University.

Current research: Under the supervision of dr. ir.  Xueqin Zhu, dr. ir. Hans-Peter Weikard, and prof. dr. ir. Oene Oenema, her Ph.D. research is to explore social welfare effects and sustainable pathways of integrating crop and livestock production systems at different spatial scales in China.


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Integrating crop and livestock systems in China: A social welfare analysis

  • This study aims to explore social welfare effects and sustainable pathways of integrating crop and livestock production systems at different spatial scales in China.
  • Firstly, I will develop an analytical framework model that can address interactions between food demand and food supply, and between the production and environmental systems, and can also address technological, structural and policy interventions.
  • Secondly, I will apply this model to analyze the social welfare effects of integrating crop and livestock production systems at different spatial scales in China, with and without technological, structural, and policy interventions.

Onderwijs

China Agricultural University 

  • September 2018 - June 2020
  • Master of Science, Plant Nutrition

Hunan Agricultural University

  • September 2014 - June 2018
  • Bachelor of Science, Agricultural Resources and Environment
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