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Expert NameMr. Petrus P'ei Sen Ho
TitleLecturer and Program Officer
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Institution
CityWageningen
CountryNetherlands
Telephone31 48 44 52
EmailPeter.Ho(at)alg.swg.wag-ur.nl
Work ExperienceSince May 2000: Program Officer of Environmental Management in China Project (ENRICH; total budget 2 million US$); Wageningen University 1995-1997: PhD. Fieldwork on Desertification in Inner Mongolia and Ningxia, P.R. China; Leiden University 1993: Assistant Program Officer for Rural Development; Friedrich Naumann Foundation; Beijing Office
QualificationsDr. Sustainable Grassland Management; 1999; Leiden University); M.A. (Chinese; 1993; Leiden University); M.Sc. (Social Forestry; 1990; Wageningen University
Number of Publications21
AwardsAugust 2000: Research Fellowship for research on land ownership in China awarded by the European Union China Academic Network 2. October 2000: Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship for research on land rights awarded by the Dutch Research Council (NOW)
Other Activities1997-2007: Permanent Interpreter Chinese for Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs
Publications1. Peter Ho, "China's Rangelands under Stress: A comparative study of pasture commons in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region", Development and Change, Vol. 31, No. 2, March 2000, pp. 385-412. 2. Peter Ho, "China's Rangelands Degradation in North China Revisited? A Preliminary Statistical Analysis to Validate Non-Equilibrium Range Ecology", Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 37, No. 3, 2001, pp. 99-132 3. Peter Ho, "The Clash over State and Collective Property: The Making of the Rangeland Law", The China Quarterly, Vol. 161, March, 2000, pp. 227-250 4. Peter Ho, "The Myth of Desertification at China's Northwestern Frontier (1929-1960)", Modern China, Vol. 26, No.3, 2000, pp. 348-395 5. Peter Ho, "Ownership and Control in Chinese Rangeland Management since Mao: A case-study of the free-rider problem in pastoral areas in Ningxia, P.R. China" in: E.B. Vermeer, W.L. Chong-Woerkom, F. Pieke (eds.), Between State and Private Interest: Chinese Rural Collectives and Voluntary Peasant Organi
DisciplineNatural Resource Management
Last updated09/05/2007 18:04:00
 

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