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Xiaozi Liu

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Telephone: 98891370
Department: Ecosystem processes

Interdisciplinarity perhaps best describes my research profile. Originally trained as an environmental scientist, I am now working on the incetive and resource management questions related to fishers and fleets after having received a PhD in fisheries economics in Norway and related postdoctoral trainings in Taiwan and Spain.  I use numerical models, observational data and socio-economic survey data for my research. In addition to academic experience, I have worked several years for environmental and development NGOs in China, South East Asia and the Netherlands.

Subjectarea

  • Fisher behavior, fleet dynamics
  • Game theory and international fisheries agreement:  the impact of climate-induced range shifts on the stability of cooperative fisheries agreements and risk of over-exploitation
  • Survey experiments: public acceptance and economic valuations of environmental goods or ecosystem services.
     

Curriculum Vitae

Publications in peer-reviewed journals

1. X Liu, DG Shaw, T Bjørndal, M Heino (2021) The Day-to-day Supply Responses of a Limited-entry Mixed Fishery. Marine Resource Economics 36(1) . https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/10.1086/711384

2. X Liu, E Tvinnereim, K Grimsrud, H Lindhjem, HI Saure, LG Velle, H Lee (2020)  Explaining landscape preference heterogeneity using machine learning-based survey analysis. Landscape Research. Doi: 10.1080/01426397.2020.1867713.

3. R Ruiz-Díaz, X Liu, A Aguión, G Macho, M deCastro, M Gesteira, E Ojea (2020) Social-ecological vulnerability to climate change in small-scale fisheries managed under spatial property rights systems. Marine Policy. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2020.104192

4. E Tvinnereim, OM Lægreid, X Liu, D Shaw, C Borick, E Lachapelle (2020) Climate change risk perceptions and the problem of scale: evidence from crossnational survey experiments. Environmental Politics, 1-21.

5. X Liu, M Heino (2019) Evaluating effort regulation in mixed fisheries: a Monto Carlo approach. ICES Journal of Marine Science 76 (7), 2114-2124.

6. Y Du, Y Ge, Y Ren, ..., X Liu,..., J Chang and RK Didham (2018) A global strategy to mitigate the environmental impact of China’s ruminant consumption boom. Nature communications 9 (1), 4133

7. P Sun, X Liu, Y Tang, W Cheng, R Sun, X Wang, R Wan, M Heino (2017). The bio-economic effects of artificial reefs: mixed evidence from Shandong, China.  ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (8), 2239-2248.

8. E Tvinnereim, X Liu, EM Jamelske (2017) Public perceptions of air pollution and climate change: different manifestations, similar causes, and concerns. Climatic Change 140 (3-4), 399-412

9. X Liu, M Lindroos, L Sandal (2016) Sharing a fish stock when distribution and harvest costs are density dependent. Environmental and Resource Economics 63 (3), 665-686

10. X Liu, M Heino (2013) Comparing proactive and reactive management: managing a transboundary fish stock under changing environment. Natural Resource Modeling 26 (4), 480-504

11. X Liu, M Heino (2013) Overlooked biological and economic implications of within-season fishery dynamics. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71 (2), 181-188

12. X Liu, GK Heilig, J Chen, M Heino (2007) Interactions between economic growth and environmental quality in Shenzhen, China's first special economic zone. Ecological Economics 62 (3-4), 559-570

 

Publications

Academic lectures

2020

Wildlife in China

Mikko Petteri Heino, Xiaozi Liu
2019

Stock range shift and the consequence of adhering to pre-climate change agreements

Xiaozi Liu, Christopher J. Costello, Ojea Elena, Mikko Petteri Heino
2019

Informing socially sustainable afforestation strategies to mitigate climate change

Xiaozi Liu, Endre Tvinnereim
2019

A Comparative Analysis of Public Perception on Air Pollution and Climate Change

Xiaozi Liu, Endre Tvinnereim, Shaw Daigee
2019

Informing socially sustainable afforestation strategies to mitigate climate change

Xiaozi Liu, Endre Tvinnereim
2019

Afforestation to mitigate climate doesn't always work

Hanna Lee, Vigdis Vandvik, Liv Guri Velle, Stefan Pieter Sobolowski, Priscilla A. Mooney, Endre Tvinnereim, Kristine Grimsrud, Xiaozi Liu, Inge Althuizen, Siri Vatsø Haugum
2019

Afforestation to mitigate climate doesn’t always work

Hanna Lee, Vigdis Vandvik, Liv Guri Velle, Stefan Pieter Sobolowski, Priscilla A. Mooney, Endre Tvinnereim, Kristine Grimsrud, Xiaozi Liu, Inge Althuizen, Siri Vatsø Haugum
2019

Afforestation to mitigate climate doesn’t always work

Hanna Lee, Vigdis Vandvik, Liv Guri Velle, Stefan Pieter Sobolowski, Priscilla A. Mooney, Endre Tvinnereim, Kristine Grimsrud, Xiaozi Liu, Inge Althuizen, Siri Vatsø Haugum
2019

The supply responses of coastal fisheries in Taiwan.

Liu, Xiaozi
2019

Informing socially sustainable afforestation strategies

Xiaozi Liu, Endre Tvinnereim
2019

Combined effects of implementing afforestation as part of climate mitigation strategy in Norway

Hanna Lee, Vigdis Vandvik, Liv Guri Velle, Stefan Pieter Sobolowski, Priscilla A. Mooney, Endre Tvinnereim, Kristine Grimsrud, Xiaozi Liu, Inge Althuizen, Siri Vatsø Haugum
2018

Price Expectations and Supply Response of Coastal Mixed Fisheries

Xiaozi Liu, Daigee Shaw, Trond Bjørndal, Mikko Petteri Heino
2017

Price expectations and supply response of coastal mixed fisheries

Xiaozi Liu, Daigee Shaw, Trond Bjørndal, Mikko Petteri Heino
2016

Evaluating effort regulation in mixed fisheries: a Monte Carlo approach

Xiaozi Liu, Mikko Petteri Heino
2015

Wildlife in China

Mikko Petteri Heino, Xiaozi Liu
2012

Sharing a fish stock with density-dependent distribution and unit harvest costs

Liu, Xiaozi
2012

Cooperation in the Time of Variable Stock Distribution: Norwegian Spring-Spawning Herring Fishery

Liu, Xiaozi
2012

Effort regulation in a mixed-species fishery

Liu, Xiaozi
2010

Global Warming and International Fishery Management: Does Anticipation of Temperature Change Matter?

Xiaozi Liu, Mikko Petteri Heino

Academic articles

2021

The day-to-day supply responses of a limited-entry mixed fishery

Xiaozi Liu, Daigee Shaw, Trond Bjørndal, Mikko Petteri Heino
Marine Resource Economics 36 p. 71-90
2021

Explaining landscape preference heterogeneity using machine learning-based survey analysis

Xiaozi Liu, Endre Tvinnereim, Kristine Grimsrud, Henrik Lindhjem, Liv Guri Velle, Heidi Iren Saure, Hanna Lee
Landscape Research
2020

Social-ecological vulnerability to climate change in small-scale fisheries managed under spatial property rights systems

Raquel Ruiz-Díaz, Xiaozi Liu, Alba Aguión, Gonzalo Macho, Maite de Castro, Moncho Gómez-Gesteira, Elena Ojea
Marine Policy 121
2020

Climate change risk perceptions and the problem of scale: Evidence from cross-national survey experiments

Endre Tvinnereim, Ole Martin Lægreid, Xiaozi Liu, Daigee Shaw, Christopher Borick, Erick Lachapelle
Environmental Politics
2020

Climate change risk perceptions and the problem of scale: evidence from crossnational survey experiments

E Tvinnereim, OM Lægreid, X Liu, D Shaw, C Borick, E Lachapelle
Environmental Politics p. 1-21
2020

Social-ecological vulnerability to climate change in small-scale fisheries managed under spatial property rights systems

R Ruiz-Díaz, X Liu, A Aguión, G Macho, M deCastro, M Gesteira, E Ojea
Marine Policy
2020

The Day-to-day Supply Responses of a Limited-entry Mixed Fishery

X Liu, DG Shaw, T Bjørndal, M Heino
Marine Resource Economics Upcoming (Nei)
2019

Evaluating effort regulation in mixed fisheries: a Monte Carlo approach

Xiaozi Liu, Mikko Petteri Heino
ICES Journal of Marine Science 76 p. 2114-2124
2019

Evaluating effort regulation in mixed fisheries: a Monto Carlo approach

X Liu, M Heino
ICES Journal of Marine Science 76 p. 2114-2124
2018

A global strategy to mitigate the environmental impact of China’s ruminant consumption boom

Yuanyuan Du, Ge Ying, Ren Yuan, Fan Xing, Kaixuan Pan, Linshan Lin, Xu Wu, Yong Min, Laura A. Meyerson, Mikko Petteri Heino, Scott X. Chang, Xiaozi Liu, Feng Mao, Guofu Yang, Changhui Peng, Zelong Qu, Jie Chang, Raphael K. Didham
Nature Communications 9
2018

A global strategy to mitigate the environmental impact of China’s ruminant consumption boom

Y Du, Y Ge, Y Ren, X Fan, K Pan, L Lin, ... & J Chang, RK Didham
Nature communications 9 p. 4133
2017

The bio-economic effects of artificial reefs: mixed evidence from Shandong, China

Peng Sun, Xiaozi Liu, Yangli Tang, Wenzhi Cheng, Runlong Sun, Xinxin Wang, Rong Wan, Mikko Petteri Heino
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 p. 2239-2248
2017

Public perceptions of air pollution and climate change: different manifestations, similar causes, and concerns.

E Tvinnereim, X Liu, EM Jamelske
Climatic Change 140 p. 399-412
2017

The bio-economic effects of artificial reefs: mixed evidence from Shandong, China

P Sun, X Liu, Y Tang, W Cheng, R Sun, X Wang, R Wan, M Heino
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 p. 2239-2248
2016

Sharing a fish stock when distribution and harvest costs are density dependent

X Liu, M Lindroos, L Sandal
Environmental and Resource Economics 63 p. 665-686
2014

Overlooked biological and economic implications of within-season fishery dynamics

Xiaozi Liu, Mikko Petteri Heino
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71 p. 181-188
2014

Sharing a Fish Stock When Distribution and Harvest Costs are Density Dependent

Xiaozi Liu, Marko Lindroos, Leif Kristoffer Sandal
Environmental and Resource Economics 63 p. 665-686
2013

Comparing proactive and reactive management: managing a transboundary fish stock under changing environment

Xiaozi Liu, Mikko Petteri Heino
Natural Resource Modeling 26 p. 480-504
2013

Overlooked biological and economic implications of within-season fishery dynamics.

X Liu, M Heino
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71 (2) p. 181-188
2013

Comparing proactive and reactive management: managing a transboundary fish stock under changing environment

X Liu, M Heino
Natural Resource Modeling 26 p. 480-504
2007

Interactions between economic growth and environmental quality in Shenzhen, China's first special economic zone

X Liu, GK Heilig, J Chen, M Heino
Ecological economics 62 (3-4) p. 559-570
2007

Interactions between economic growth and environmental quality in Shenzhen, China's first special economic zone.

X Liu, GK Heilig, J Chen, M Heino
Ecological Economics 62 (3-4) p. 559-570
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