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Wenjin Long

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Degree: Ph.D.

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Email: longwenjin@cau.edu.cn

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  • Department: College of Economics and Management
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  • Post: Assistant Prof.
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  • Graduate School: University of Nottingham
  • Degree: Ph.D.
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Education

Ph.D. in Industrial Economics, University of Nottingham, 2019

M.A. in Agricultural Economics and Management, Renmin University of China, 2009

B.S. in Sociology, Renmin University of China, 2007

B.S. in Agricultural and Forestry Economics and Management, Renmin University of China, 2007


Resume

Dr. Wenjin Long is an Assistant Professor at the College of Economics and Management China and a member of Academy of Global Food Economics and Policy, China Agricultural University. His research interests focus on labour economics, rural development and gender, particularly on rural labour, rural-urban migration, rural education, rural nutrition and health related topics. Before joining CAU, he worked as an Associate Research Fellow in a non-governmental think-tank. He holds a Ph.D. in Industrial Economics from the University of Nottingham, UK. He received his BAs in Agricultural Economics and Sociology and MA in Agricultural Economics from Renmin University of China.


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Teaching research

He teaches labour economics and agricultural economics for undergraduate students. 


His works are published in China Economic Review, Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, Journal of Integrative Agriculture, China Agricultural Economic Review, Chinese Rural Economy (in Chinese), Chinese Rural Survey (in Chinese), Issues in Agricultural Economy (in Chinese)  and other journals. He has participated in many research projects related to labour, education, poverty, health and nutrition. 

Social Position

Peer Reviewer for China Agricultural Economic Review, Feminist Economics, Journal of Integrative Agriculture, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Chinese Rural Economy(in Chinese), Chinese Rural Survey (In Chinese), ESRC UK, National Natural Science Foundation of China - Peking University Data Center of Management Science

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Dynamic activity

Field

Labour economics, rural development and gender, particularly on rural labour, rural-urban migration, rural education, rural nutrition and health related topics.

Open Course

Labor Economics

Agricultural Economics


Project

Thesis

Tianchang Zhai, Wenjin Long, Wei Si* (2021), The Evolution of Habit Formation Effect on Sugar Consumption of Urban Residents in China, China Agricultural Economic Review, Forthcoming

Zhixiong Du, Xiaodong Lai, Wenjin Long, Liangliang Gao* (2020), The Short- and Long-Term Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Family Farms in China— Evidence from a Survey of 2324 Farms, Journal of Integrative Agriculture, 2020, 19(12): 2877–2890. DOI: 10.1016/S2095-3119(20)63390-1

Wenjin Long, Xiaopeng Pang*, Xiao-yuan Dong, and Junxia Zeng (2020), Is Rented Accommodation a Good Choice for Primary Students’ Academic Performance? — Evidence from Poor Rural ChinaChina Economic Review, 62. DOI: 10.1016/j.chieco.2020.101459

Wenjin Long, Simon Appleton, and Lina Song (2017), “The Impact of Job Contact Networks on Wages of Rural-Urban Migrants in China: A Switching Regression Approach”, Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies,15(1): 81–101. DOI: 10.1080/14765284.2017.1287538

Bao Yang, Yufei He, and Wenjin Long (2016), “Alienation of Civic Engagement in China? — Case Studies on Social Governance in Hangzhou”, VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations,27(5), 2150-2172. DOI: 10.1007/s11266-015-9632-9

Bin Wu, Bernadette Robinson, and Wenjin Long (2015), “Variation in Village Migration Profiles in Rural China: An Analysis Based on The Second National Agricultural Census Data”, Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 24(2), 160-186. DOI: 10.1177/0117196815579954

Yao Tang and Wenjin Long (2013), “Gender Earnings Disparity and Discrimination in Urban China: Unconditional Quantile Regression”, African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development, 5(3), 280–292. DOI: 10.1080/20421338.2013.796743


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