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Economics and Finance H-index 34 Citations 5,227 96 World Ranking 1543 National Ranking 46

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Microeconomics
  • Psychology
  • Economy

Nico Heerink mainly focuses on Agricultural economics, Agricultural productivity, Economic growth, Production and Fragmentation. His research in Agricultural economics intersects with topics in Livelihood and Commercialization. Nico Heerink works mostly in the field of Agricultural productivity, limiting it down to concerns involving Land consolidation and, occasionally, Market access, Land development and Rice farmers.

In the subject of general Economic growth, his work in Rural poverty is often linked to Energy source, Energy consumption and Agricultural marketing, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Production research integrates issues from Fertilizer, Environmental engineering, Upstream and Green manure. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Multinomial probit, Urbanization and Wage, Labour economics.

His most cited work include:

  • Income inequality and the environment: aggregation bias in environmental Kuznets curves (191 citations)
  • Land fragmentation and its driving forces in China (187 citations)
  • Land fragmentation and its driving forces in China (187 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

His main research concerns Agricultural economics, Renting, Land tenure, Production and Economic growth. His studies deal with areas such as Productivity, Scarcity, Agricultural productivity and Factor market as well as Agricultural economics. Nico Heerink focuses mostly in the field of Productivity, narrowing it down to topics relating to Crop and, in certain cases, Inefficiency.

His Land tenure study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Endogeneity, Property rights and Public economics. His research investigates the link between Property rights and topics such as Investment incentives that cross with problems in Development economics. His work on Urbanization as part of general Economic growth study is frequently linked to Market development, bridging the gap between disciplines.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Agricultural economics (52.78%)
  • Renting (25.00%)
  • Land tenure (28.47%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2017-2021)?

  • Land tenure (28.47%)
  • Renting (25.00%)
  • Natural resource economics (18.06%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

Nico Heerink focuses on Land tenure, Renting, Natural resource economics, Public economics and Demographic economics. His Land tenure research incorporates themes from Production and Corporate governance. His study of Renting brings together topics like Affect, Endogeneity, Developing country, Agricultural economics and Locus of control.

The various areas that Nico Heerink examines in his Agricultural economics study include Water scarcity, Revealed comparative advantage, Cash crop, Cropping and Livestock. The concepts of his Public economics study are interwoven with issues in Property rights and Tobit model. His Property rights research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Expropriation and Arable land.

Between 2017 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Cooperative membership and farmers’ choice of marketing channels – Evidence from apple farmers in Shaanxi and Shandong Provinces, China (30 citations)
  • How do land rental markets affect household income? Evidence from rural Jiangsu, P.R. China (20 citations)
  • Decisions by Chinese households regarding renting in arable land—The impact of tenure security perceptions and trust (13 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Microeconomics
  • Psychology
  • Economy

Natural resource economics, Land tenure, Production, Renting and Affect are his primary areas of study. Nico Heerink interconnects Eastern china, Corporate governance and Revenue in the investigation of issues within Natural resource economics. He combines subjects such as Crop species, Crop production, Intercropping, Monocropping and Marketing with his study of Production.

His study in Renting intersects with areas of studies such as Property rights, Arable land, Perception, Public economics and Household income. Nico Heerink integrates several fields in his works, including Affect, Agricultural economics, Developing country, P r china, Farm income and Endogeneity.

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Top Publications

Income inequality and the environment: aggregation bias in environmental Kuznets curves

Nico Heerink;Abay Mulatu;Erwin Bulte.
Ecological Economics (2001)

337 Citations

Land fragmentation and its driving forces in China

Shuhao Tan;Shuhao Tan;Nico Heerink;Nico Heerink;Futian Qu.
Land Use Policy (2006)

309 Citations

Energy consumption in rural China: A household model for three villages in Jiangxi Province

Le Chen;Nico Heerink;Marrit van den Berg.
Ecological Economics (2006)

221 Citations

Ethiopian Agricultural Cooperatives in an Era of Global Commodity Exchange: Does Organisational Form Matter?

Gian Nicola Francesconi;Nico Heerink.
Journal of African Economies (2011)

216 Citations

Impact of land fragmentation on rice producers' technical efficiency in South-East China

S. Tan;S. Tan;N. Heerink;N. Heerink;A. Kuyvenhoven;F. Qu.
Njas-wageningen Journal of Life Sciences (2010)

195 Citations

Choices between different off-farm employment sub-categories: An empirical analysis for Jiangxi Province, China

Xiaoping Shi;Nico Heerink;Futian Qu.
China Economic Review (2007)

138 Citations

Do fragmented landholdings have higher production costs? Evidence from rice farmers in Northeastern Jiangxi province, P.R. China

Shuhao Tan;Nico Heerink;Gideon Kruseman;Futian Qu.
China Economic Review (2008)

131 Citations

Land rental market, off-farm employment and agricultural production in Southeast China: A plot-level case study

Shuyi Feng;Nico Heerink;Nico Heerink;Ruerd Ruben;Futian Qu.
China Economic Review (2010)

117 Citations

Land administration reform in China - Its impact on land allocation and economic development

Futian Qu;Nico Heerink;Wanmao Wang.
Land Use Policy (1995)

115 Citations

Energy consumption practices of rural households in north China: Basic characteristics and potential for low carbon development

Wenling Liu;Wenling Liu;Gert Spaargaren;Nico Heerink;Arthur P.J. Mol.
Energy Policy (2013)

111 Citations

Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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