Dr Jungho Suh
|Org Unit||Geography, Environment and Population|
|Telephone||+61 8 8313 3014|
Jungho obtained his doctoral degree in the field of environmental economics in 2002 from the University of Queensland. He joined the University of Adelaide in 2006. His general research interests include integrated rice-duck farming, nature-based tourism, community-based natural resource management in developing countries, and the economic valuation of non-market services provided by natural and environmental resources. Jungho has been teaching the principles of economics and their applications in contemporary environmental and social issues.
His current research interest areas range from economic philosophy to back-to-the-land migration and to community-based ecotourism. He is also interested in Asian philosophy and religion, such as Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism, in the context of economic and environmental philosophy. His interest in Asian philosophy led him to research into permaculture (permanent agriculture) philosophy and ecovillage movements. In 2012, he obtained a Permaculture Design Certificate at the Food Forest, a permaculture farm in Adelaide, South Australia. Out of his interest in ecovillages, Jungho has recently visited various ecovillages including Crystal Waters in Queensland, Auroville in Tamil Nadu, Findhorn Ecovillage in Scotland, and Ecovillage at Ithaca in New York.
• GEOG 1103 Economy, Environment and Place
• GEOG 2134 Resource Scarcity and Allocation
• GEOG 3010 Tourism and Environment
• GEOG 7004 Environmental Economics and Policy
• GEOG 7045 Valuing the Environment
• Non-market valuation methods
• Community-based natural resource and environmental management
• Nature-based tourism
• Sustainable agriculture and economy
• Environmental philosophy
Suh J (2019), ‘Environmental characteristics of urban-rural farming migrants in the Republic of Korea and their significance for rural sustainability’, Local Environment 24(8): 663–677.
Suh J (2019), ‘A comparative analysis of sustainability views across the Saemaul Movement in South Korea and the Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement in Sri Lanka’, Journal of Buddhist Ethics 26: 1–32.
Suh J (2018), ‘Agriculture and sustainable communities: Reflections from a comparative case study’, Community Development 49(1): 34–49.
Suh J (2015), ‘Community-based organic agriculture in the Philippines’, Outlook on Agriculture 44(4): 291–296.
Suh J (2015), ‘Communitarian cooperative organic rice farming in Hongdong District, South Korea’, Journal of Rural Studies 37: 29–37.
Suh J (2015), 'An institutional and policy framework to foster integrated rice–duck farming in Asian developing countries’, International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 13(4): 294–307.
Suh J (2014), ‘Theory and reality of integrated rice-duck farming in Asian developing countries: a systematic review and SWOT analysis’, Agricultural Systems 125: 74–81.
Suh J (2014), ‘The role of the forestry industry for the success of community forestry: a comparative input-output analysis across India and the Philippines’, Southern Forests 76(1): 29–36.
Suh J (2014), ‘Towards sustainable agricultural stewardship: evolution and future directions of the permaculture concept’, Environmental Values 23(1): 75–98.
Suh J (2013), ‘Does Buddhism have much to offer in terms of reduction in global CO2 emissions? a panel data analysis’, Society and Economy 35(2): 209–225.
Suh J (2012), ‘The past and future of community-based forest management in the Philippines’, Philippine Studies: Historical & Ethnographic Viewpoints 60(4): 489–511.
Suh J, Lwanga R, Harrison SR and Herbohn JL (2011), ‘Visitors’ attitudes towards and willingness-to-pay for hypothetical hoop pine plantations on the pastoral Southern Atherton Tablelands, Australia’, Small-scale Forestry 10(3): 319–338.
Robinson J, Clouston B, Suh J and Chaloupka M (2008), ‘Are citizens’ juries a useful tool for assessing environmental value?’, Environmental Conservation 35(4): 351–360.
Bonham J and Suh J (2008), ‘Pedalling the city: intra-urban differences in cycling for the journey-to-work’, Road and Transport Research 17(4): 25–40.
Suh J and Harrison S (2006), 'Pure altruism, consumer behavior and choice modeling', Asian Economic Journal 20(2): 173–190.
Emtage N, Suh J, Cedamon E, Harrison S and Herbohn J (2006), ‘Promoting smallholder forestry as a poverty alleviation measure in the Philippines: a study focused on Leyte Province', Indian Development Review 4(2): 385–405.
Suh J and Emtage N (2005), ‘Identification of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the community-based forest management program', Annals of Tropical Research 27(1): 55–66.
Emtage N and Suh J (2005), ‘Variations in socioeconomic characteristics, farming assets and livelihood systems of Leyte rural households', Annals of Tropical Research 27(1): 35–54.
Cedamon ED, Emtage N, Suh J, Herbohn JL, Harrison SR and Mangaoang EO (2005), ‘Present tree planting and management activities in four rural communities in Leyte Province, the Philippines’, Annals of Tropical Research 27(1): 19–34.
Emtage N and Suh J (2004), ‘Socio-economic factors affecting smallholder tree planting and management intentions in Leyte Province, Philippines’, Small-scale Forest Economics, Management and Policy 3(2): 257–270.
Suh J (2004), ‘Regulatory failure in the management of South Korea’s national parks’, Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law 8(1–2): 133–151.
Harrison SR and Suh J (2004), ‘Progress and prospects of community forestry in developing and developed countries’, Small-scale Forest Economics, Management and Policy 3(3): 287–302.
Xu J, Zhao Y and Suh J (2004), ‘Community forestry for poverty alleviation in China with reference to Huoshan County, Anhui Province’, Small-scale Forest Economics, Management and Policy 3(3): 385–400.
Suh J (2018), ‘Sustainable agriculture in the Republic of Korea’, in E Lichtfouse (ed.), Sustainable Agriculture Reviews 27, Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 193–211.
Suh, J. (2016), ‘Towards sustainable agricultural stewardship: evolution and future directions of the permaculture concept’, in S. Johnson (ed.), Farming (Themes in Environmental History 6), White Horse Press, pp. 373–394.
Suh J (2015), ‘Economics of everyday cycling and cycling facilities’, in J Bonham and M Johnson (eds.), Cycling Futures, the University of Adelaide Press, Adelaide, pp. 107–130.
Emtage, N., Suh, J., Cedamon, E., Harrison, S. and Herbohn, J. (2007), ‘Promoting smallholder forestry as a poverty alleviation measure in the Philippines: a study focused on Leyte Province’, in C. Tisdell (ed.), Poverty, Poverty Alleviation and Social Disadvantage: Analysis, Case Study and Policies, Serials Publications, New Delhi, pp. 904–924.
Harrison SR, Herbohn JL, Smorfitt DB and Suh J (2005), ‘Economic issues and lessons arising from the community rainforest reforestation program’, in PD Erskine, D Lamb and M Bristow (eds.), Reforestation in the Tropics and Subtropics of Australia Using Rainforest Tree Species, RIRDC Publication No. 05/087, Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, Canberra, pp. 245–261.
Harrison SR, Herbohn JL, Killin D, Suh J and Smorfitt DB (2004), ‘Timber marketing in a revitalised north Queensland forest industry: overview of major issues’, in J Suh, DB Smorfitt, SR Harrison and JL Herbohn (eds.), Marketing of Farm-grown Timber in Tropical North Queensland, Research Monograph, Cooperative Research Centre for Tropical Rainforest Ecology and Management, Cairns, pp. 1–7.
Suh J, Killin D and Harrison SR (2004), ‘The Role of grower co-operatives in the marketing of farm-grown timber in north Queensland’, in J Suh, DB Smorfitt, SR Harrison and JL Herbohn (eds.), Marketing of Farm-grown Timber in Tropical North Queensland, Research Monograph, Cooperative Research Centre for Tropical Rainforest Ecology and Management, Cairns, pp. 89–102.
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