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Professor Chang, Chiung-Ting


  • Ph.D., Environmental Economics and Management, York University (UK)
  • M.A., Institute of National Development, National Taiwan University (Taiwan)
  • B.A., Department of Economics, National Taiwan University (Taiwan)


  • Sustainable consumption
  • Post-growth
  • Climate change adaptation
  • Flood risk management


  • Public Economics
  • Sustainable Development and Green Management
  • Sustainable Consumption
  • Development Economics
  • Institutional Economics



〈A〉  Peer-reviewed academic journal

  • Chang, C.T. and Hung, M.F. (2023) Mind the gap: Analyzing factors associated with consumers' single-use product reduction, Sustainable Production and Consumption 36, 75–87 [SCIE] https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1gNdx8Mw7o1QFA
  • Guo, Y.C. and Chang, C.T. (2022) Consumers’ Intention and Behavior Associated with Food Waste Reduction: A Case Study of Kaohsiung. Taiwan Journal of Applied Economics 111: 43-74 [in mandarin] [TSSCI]
  • Chang, K.C. and Chang, C.T.* (2019). Using Cluster Analysis for Exploring Mortality Patterns Associated with Tropical Cyclones. Disasters, 43(4), 891-905. [SSCI]
  • Chang, C.T. (2019). Applying a Problem-Solving Scenario in Risk Communication of Low Probability Events. Environmental Hazards, 18(4), 326-334. [SSCI]
  • Hung, M.H., Chang, C.T.*, Shaw, D. (2019). Individuals' intentions to mitigate air pollution: Vehicles, household appliances, and religious practices. Journal of Cleaner Production, 227: 566-577. [AS-KPQ-106- DDPP][SCIE]
  • Chang, C.T. (2017), Risk factors associated with flying in adverse weather: From the passengers' point of view, Journal of Air Transport Management, 58: 68-75. [MOST 103-2410-H-110-058][SSCI]
  • Chang, C.T. (2016), A preliminary study on mortality attributed to tropical cyclones in Taiwan 2000-2014, Environmental Hazards, 15: 2: 178-187. [SSCI]http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/Kq9TQA7U7YQgze4iyRQu/full

  • WSS Fellows on RIA (2014) Reporting on the seminar - risk interpretation and action (RIA): decision making under conditions of uncertainty, Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 18: 1: 27-37.
  • Chang, C.T. (2013), The disappearing sustainability triangle: Community level considerations, Sustainability Science, 8: 2: 227-240.[SCI, SSCI]
  • Chang, C.T. (2011), Viewpoint on Rio+20, Natural Resources Forum, 35: 335-6. [SSCI]
  • Chang, C.T. (2010), Viewpoints on Sustainable Supply and Consumption in Developing Countries, Natural Resources Forum, 34: 87. [SSCI]
  • Martens, P., Aerts, J.C.J.H., Amelung, B., Bouwer, L.M., Chang, C.T., Huynen, M., van Ierland, E.C., van Koppen, C.S.A., McEvoy, D., Mol, A.P.J., and van Tatenhove, J. (2010). Imaging the Unimaginable: Synthesis of Essays on Abrupt and Extreme Climate Change, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 2: 1-9. [SCI]
  • Chang, C.T. (2010), Live Long and Prosper without Economic Growth? Possibilities in Developing Countries, OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development, 2 (5): 51-62. [SSCI]
  • Martens, P., McEvoy, D. and Chang, C. (2009). The Climate Change Challenge: Linking Vulnerability, Adaptation, and Mitigation. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 1: 1-5. [SCI]
  • Chang, C.T. and J. Leentvaar (2008). Risk Trading in Trans-boundary Flood Management: Case Study of the Dutch and German Rhine. Journal of Flood Risk Management. 1: 3: 133-141. [SCI]
  • Chang, C.T. (2008) Introduction of a Tradeable Flood Permit System. Environmental Science and Policy. 11: 4: 329-335. [SSCI]
  • Chang, C.T. (2007), Risk Trading in Flood Management. Taiwan Economic Policy and Forecast, 37 (3): 83-105. [TSSCI] (in Traditional Chinese)
  • Shaw, D., Chang, C.T., and Kuo, Y.L. (2003), A New Institution for Environmental Management: Beyond the Political Boundaries. Taiwan Economic Policy and Forecast, 34 (1): 1-38. [TSSCI] (in Traditional Chinese)


  •  Martens, P. and Chang, C.T. (2010). The Social and Behavioural Aspects of Climate Change (Eds). Greenleaf, Sheffield.
  • Chang, C.T. (2005), Mitigation of Flood Risks: The Economic Problem, PhD thesis, University of York (The UK).

〈C〉Book chapter

  •  van Dam, A.A., Chang, C.T., Denny, P. & Hes, E. (2009) Training Workbook Module 1: Wetlands and Water Resources Management. In: Ojei, T., I. Gevers & E. Koopmanschap (eds.) Training workbook on wetland management and livelihoods. Wetlands International, Ede, The Netherlands.


〈A〉  Project coordination

  • MOST (Taiwan), The Value of Unpackaging: Challenges and Hindrances of Unpackaging Shopping in Taiwan (VoUCH), 2021-2023
  • MOST (Taiwan), Prototype of Unlocking the Lock-in Effect: Using Right to Repair as an Example (POULIE), 2020-2021
  • Academia Sinica (Taiwan), A Research Roadmap for Transitioning to Systems of Sustainable Consumption and Production, 2019-2020 [co-coordinator]
  • MOST (Taiwan), Sharing-Only, Possible?
    Prototype of transition from consumption-based economy to share-based economy (SOP), 2018-2019
  • NSC (Taiwan), Criteria for Sustainable Development of Sharing Economy (SE4SD), 2017-2018
  • NSC (Taiwan), Impacts of Sharing Economy on Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation: Toward an Integrated Framework (SEMA-IF), 2016-2017
  • NSC (Taiwan), Risk trading in flood management, 2015-2016
  • NSC (Taiwan), Risk Communication Analysis in Natural Hazard Management (RiCoA), 2014-2015
  • NSC (Taiwan), People-centered adaptation measures for climate change: Capital Method on flood management in Taiwan and the Netherlands, 2014
  • Academia Sinica (Taiwan), Sub-project II: Integrating social dimension into the development model: A capital method, Taiwan Sustainable Transition Model, principal investigator, 2013-2015
  • Water Management Inspectorate (The Netherlands), Project on enforcement improvement using water accounting and environmental trading, principal investigator, 2007

〈B〉Project participation

  • EU FP7, Producing a shared vision on how to harness Research & Development for Sustainable Development (VISION), 2010-2011 (researcher).
  • NWO (The Netherlands), Vulnerability, Adaptation, Mitigation, and Adaptation-Mitigation for Climate Change, Synthesis project, 2009-2010 (researcher).
  • Environmental Protection Agency (Taiwan), Adaptation for Climate Change in Taiwan, 2009-2010 (researcher).
  • China Technical Consultants, Inc. (Taiwan), Adaptation for Climate Change, 2008 (researcher).
  •  Water Management Inspectorate (The Netherlands), Project on enforcement improvement using water accounting and environmental trading, 2007 (principal investigator).
  • WWF and Mekong River Commission, Project on Roads and Floods in the Mekong (Vietnam and Cambodia), 2006-7 (researcher).
  • Environment Agency (The UK), Project on potential of tradeable permit on flood management in England, 2005 (consultant).
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