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Dr. Duy Nong

Senior Researcher / Lecturer

Phone: +49-228 73 3368


Prior to joining the STRIVE Project at the ILR and ZEF, University of Bonn, Dr. Duy Nong worked on the Australian Research Council Linkage Project at the University of New England in Australia, National Science Foundation Project at Colorado State University and Forest Service (the United States Department of Agriculture) in Fort Collins, Colorado, the United States, to solving environmental and economic problems of climate change. He is particularly interested in renewable energy target, as well as cleaner production technology and policies. His research devotes to help countries and regional households achieve sustainable development. He also seeks to explore ways to balancing energy market, while ensuring the national energy security in the context of energy and/or climate change policies. He is pursuing research to examine potential solutions to problems of bioeconomy transformation to help maintain worldwide sustainable development, food security, and energy security.

Research interests

  • Economic modelling for policy analysis
  • Climate change, environmental and energy economics and policy
  • Transformation in the bioeconomy
  • International trade

Current research project

STRIVESustainable TRade and InnoVation transfer in the BioEconomy

Previous projects

(in the US):
Coastal SEES Collaborative Research: Changes in Ship-borne Introductions of Invasive Species in Coupled Natural-human Systems: Infrastructure, Global Trade, Climate and Policy
(in Australia):
Adaptation to Carbon-tax-induced changes in energy demand in rural and regional Australia

Ten best publications

1. Nong, D. (2019). A general equilibrium impact study of the Emissions Reduction Fund in Australia by using a national environmental and economic model. Journal of Cleaner Production, 216, 422-434 (Impact factor: 6.4).

2. Nong, D. (2018). General equilibrium economy-wide impacts of the increased energy taxes in Vietnam. Energy Policy, 123, 471-481. (Impact factor: 4.88).

3. Nong, D. 2019. Potential economic impacts of global wild catch fishery decline in Southeast Asia and South America. Economic Analysis and Policy, 62, 213-226 (SNIP: 1.4).

4. Nong, D. & Siriwardana, M. (2018). Potential impacts of the Emissions Reduction Fund on the Australian economy. Energy Economics. 74, 387-398. (Impact factor: 4.15).

5. Nong, D. & Siriwardana, M. (2018). Effects on the US economy of its proposed withdrawal from the Paris Agreement: a quantitative assessment. Energy. 159, 621-629. (Impact factor: 5.54).

6. Nong, D., Meng, S. & Siriwardana, M. (2017). An assessment of a proposed ETS in Australia by using the MONASH-Green model. Energy Policy, 108, 281-291. (Impact factor: 4.88).

7. Nong, D., Countryman, A. & Warziniack, T. (2018). Potential impacts of expanded Arctic Alaska energy resource extraction on US energy sectors. Energy Policy, 119, 574-584. (Impact factor: 4.88).

8. Nong, D., Warziniack, T., Countryman, A. & Grey, E. (2019). Melting Arctic sea ice: implications for nonindigenous species spread in the United States. Environmental Science and Policy, 91, 81-91 (Impact factor: 4.82).

9. Nong, D., Siriwardana, M., Perera, S, Nguyen B. D. (2019). Growth of low emission-intensive energy production and energy impacts in Vietnam under the new regulation. Journal of Cleaner Production, 225, 90-103 (Impact factor: 6.4).

10. Tran, T., Siriwardana, M, Meng, S. & Nong, D. (2019). Impact of an emissions trading scheme on Australian households: a computable general equilibrium analysis. Journal of Cleaner Production, 221, 439-456 (Impact factor: 6.4).





Last updated: Friday, September 27, 2019