Erwin Hendricus Bulte#

Erwin Hendricus Bulte
Membership Number:3312
Membership type:ORDINARY
Main Country of Residence:THE NETHERLANDS

Present and Previous Positions

  • since November 2006 Professor of Development Economics, Wageningen University
  • since March 2005 Professor of Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Department of Economics, Tilburg University,
  • Senior Advisor to the Agricultural and Development Economics Division
  • 2004 - 2007(ESA) at the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO)
  • since 2007 Research Fellow, OxCarre (Oxford Centre for the Analysis of Resource-Rich Economies), Department of Economics, University of Oxford
  • since 2005 Senior Research Fellow and Associate in the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge
  • KNAW researcher (researcher of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences)
  • February 2000 - March 2005 Department of Economics, Tilburg University
  • February 2000 – March 2005 Associate professor, Department of Economics, Tilburg University
  • January 1998- January 2000 Assistant professor (80%), Department of Economics, Tilburg University

Fields of Scholarship
  • Private law
  • International law
  • etc.
  • Development economics
  • Environmental economics
  • Agricultural economics
  • Natural resource economics

Honours and Awards
  • 2010 award: “Elsevier’s Economics and Finance Journals Most Cited Articles
  • 2005-2009 for paper: Bulte, E.H., S. Gerking, J. List and A. de Zeeuw
  • 2005 The effect of varying the causes of environmental problems on stated values: evidence from a field study, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 49:330-342
  • 2009 Winner of Erik Kempe prize for “The Resource Curse Revisited and Revised: A Tale of Paradoxes and Red Herrings”, published in Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 55, 248-264, 2008. (The Erik Kempe prize is the biannual award for the best paper in the area of environmental and resource economics, and is based on cooperation between the Kempe Foundation in Sweden, The European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE) and Umeå University in Sweden.)
  • VICI research grant, N.W.O., Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, “Institutions and policies for agricultural development in African post-conflict countries.” €1.5 mln September 2010-September 2012: Newton Trust Grant for research project in Sierra Leone. Proposal entitled: valuating livelihood impacts of tropical forest conservation programmes: a field experimental approach. (€ 100,000). With Andreas Kontoleon.
  • September 2010 - September 2013 N.W.O. Grant in Conflict & Security program (fast track). Funding for post-doc position (Liberia, demobilisation research project, € 165,000). Proposal entitled: Youth violence and livelihoods on the forest edge: the Liberian Gola Forest and its environs as a security risk to Liberia and Sierra Leone. With prof. Paul Richards
  • January 2010 - January 2011 USIP Grant for research costs (Liberia research project, USD 136,000). Proposal entitled: Ethnicity and conflict in local communities.
  • September 2009 NWO grant for research costs (Conflict and Security Programme; € 75,000). Proposal entitled: Ethnicity, trust and cooperation in post-conflict Liberia.
  • June 2008 – June 2013 Convergence of Science program (€ 4 mln), funded by DGIS (with other WUR groups, coordinator prof. A. Huis)
  • January 2008 – January 2013 INREF grant (€ 1 mln) on co-evolution of quality improvements in African commodity chains (with other WUR groups, coordinator prof. O. Omta)
  • January 2008 – January 2013 INREF grant (€ 1 mln) on management of “terra preta” (black soils) in Amazon area (with other WUR groups, coordinator prof.)

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