Presentations on China
Simpson, James R. “Great Growth in Soybean & Corn Exports to China: Hype and Hope, or Realistic Reality?” Invited Keynote
Presentation, AGP Annual Meeting, Omaha, Nebraska, USA, January 21, 2011.
Simpson, James R. “Long-term Projections of China’s Ability to Feed Itself: focus on Protein.” Invited Presentation,
Global Soybean & Grain Transport/Soya & Oilseed Summit, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, October 5, 2010.
Simpson, James R. “Internal Migration: China’s Achilles Heel?” Invited Presentation, Shoreline Community College, Seattle,
Washington, November 9, 2010.
Simpson, James R. “Long-term Projections of China’s Ability to Feed Itself: Implications for Japan.”
Invited Presentation, International Conference on Science and Technology for Sustainability: Global
Food Security and Sustainability. Science Council of Japan, September 17-18, 2009, Tokyo, Japan.
Simpson, James R. "Livestock in China: Projections of Demand, Supply and Resources." EAGLES
Food Workshop, Co-hosted by European Action on Global Life Sciences (EAGLES), European
Federation of Biotechnology, and Beijing Institute of Genomics, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Hangzhou, China, December 4-5, 2006.
Simpson, James R. “Factores Detrás del Crecimiento en la Oferta y la Demanda del Sector
Lacteo en China y Perspectivas de los Mercados Asiáticos Lácteos.” Invited keynote speech
(in Spanish) ENGALEC 2006 annual conference and international trade show of the Mexican
Dairy Producers Association, Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico, March 9-11, 2006
Simpson, James R. “China’s Dairy Industry: Current Situation and Long-term Projections.”
WERA-101 Annual International Conference, Washington D.C., April 24-25, 2006. Available
on line at the WERA website http://www.china.wsu.edu/pubs/pub2003.htm
Simpson, James R. “China’s Pork and Poultry Production: Long-term Potential and Prospects.”
WERA Annual International Meeting, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, April 25, 2005.
Simpson, James R. Invited Speech. “Market Potential for Imported Corn in China.” Illinois Corn
Growers Marketing Board, China Symposium, Bloomington, Illinois, June 9, 2005.
Simpson, James R. “Long-term Projections of Cattle and Beef in China:
focus on Production Potential.” China as a Market and Competitor. WCC-101
Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, April 17-18, 2003.
Simpson, James R. “China’s Agricultural Sector State Owned Enterprises
and Entry Into The WTO: Impact and Strategies for Coping and Development.” Invited
Lecture, Academic Conference for the Reform and Development of State-owned Enterprises
After Entering the WTO. Center for China Public Sector Economy Research of Jilin
University, Changchun, Jilin Province, China, Aug 9-10, 2002.
Simpson, James R. and Masaru Yamada. “The Impact on Japan and Japanese
Agriculture from China’s Entry into The WTO.” Agricultural Trade
with China in the new Economic and Policy Environment. WCC-101 Annual Meeting,
Sonoma, California, April 8-10, 2001.
Simpson, James R. and Ou Li. “Long-term Projections of China’s
Supply and Demand of Animal Feedstuffs.” International Trade in Livestock
Products. International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium Symposium, Aukland,
New Zealand, January, 18-19, 2001.
Simpson, James R. “Your College Career.” Welcome Speech to Incoming
Class, College of Rural Development, China Agriculture University, Beijing China,
September 8, 2001.
Kiminami, Lily and James R. Simpson. “Strategies for Regional Development
in China: Large Scale Development of China’s Western Region.” The
37th Annual meeting of the Japan Society of the Regional Science Association
International (JSRSAI), Sendai, Japan, November 3, 2000.
Ou Li and James R. Simpson. “Grassland Animal System Development in
China: An Interregional Approach.” The 37th Annual meeting of the Japan
Society of the Regional Science Association International (JSRSAI), Sendai,
Japan, November 3, 2000.
Simpson, James R., Youlong Shi, Ou Li, Weisheng Chen and Shuxia Liu. “Commercial
Pig, Broiler and Laying Hen Farm Structure in China, 1996.” China’s
Agricultural Trade and Policy: Issues, Analysis, and Global Consequences. Symposium
sponsored by the International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium, San Francisco,
California, June 25-26, 1999.
Ou, Li and James R. Simpson. “Constraints of Farmers in Less Developed
Areas to Entering Production and Marketing of High Value Agricultural Products:
Cases in the Mountainous Areas of Southern China.” Chinese Agriculture
and the WTO. WCC-101AnnualMeeting, Seattle Washington, December 2-3, 1999.
Simpson, James R. “Key Issue: Livestock Animal Protein.” Millennium
Institute workshop, Strategy and Action Project for Chinese and Global food
Security, Washington, D.C., February 18-19, 1998.
Simpson, James R. “Chinese Agriculture and Food.” Kinki University,
Nara, Japan, June 11, 1998.
Simpson, James R. Keynote speech “China and Food Security: Considerations
for Japanese.” Annual Meeting, Japan Agricultural Newspaper, Tokyo, Japan,
July 23, 1998.
Simpson, James R. “Animal Feed Requirements and Availabilities in China:
Projections and Policies.” Ishikawa Agricultural College Seminar in honor
of Dr. Donald Farris, Kanazawa, Ishikawa prefecture, Japan, March 7, 1997.
Simpson, James R. “Projections of Animal Feed Requirements and Availabilities
in China: Methods and Results.” 8th AAAP animal Science Congress, Chiba
Japan, October 13-18, 1996.
Simpson, James R. “Animal Feed Requirements and Availabilities in China:
Projections and Policies.” OECD Workshop on Agricultural Policies in China,
Paris, France, 12-13 December, 1996.
Simpson, James R. “China Can Feed Itself.” Leading Edge Seminar
sponsored by the University of Florida, the Raddison Hotel, Gainesville, Florida,
January 6, 1996.
Simpson, James R. “Can China Feed Itself?” Panel, Canada’s
Trading Partner: United States and/or Southeast Asia, Symposium, Prairie Agriculture
in the 21st Century: Changes and Challenges. Moosejaw, Saskatchewan, Canada,
June 15, 1995
Simpson, James R. “Lester Brown’s China: Fact or Fiction.” Briefing
for the Japan Agricultural Journalists Association, Tokyo, September 5, 1995.
Simpson, James R. "Can China Feed Itself: A Peek into the 21st Century." Provost's
Seminar Series, University of Florida, October 19, 1994.
Simpson, James R. "China's Livestock Feed and Supply, 1990-2025." Symposium,
China as a Market and Competitor, Reno, Nevada, November 21, 1994.
Simpson, James R. "Livestock Inventory and Feedstuffs Projections for Southeast
Asia and China in 2025." Research Seminar, Food and Resource Economics
Department, University of Florida, January 14, 1993.
Simpson, James R. "Agriculture in China." Seminar, University of
Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany, June 9, 1993.
Simpson, James R. "Can China Meet It's Feedstuffs Requirements: Projections
to 2025." Seminar, Department of Agricultural Economics, Kyoto University,
Kyoto Japan, May 8, 1992.
Simpson, James R. "Livestock Inventory and Feedstuffs Requirements in
Southeast Asia and China: Projections to 2025", Sixth AAAP Animal Science
Congress, Bangkok, November 23-28, 1992.
Simpson, James R. "Animal Feed Requirements and Availabilities in China
to 2025," Seminar, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., December
Simpson, James R. “Analysis of Technological Change in China’s Livestock
Industry” Institute of Agricultural Economics, Chinese Academy of Agricultural
Sciences, Beijing, China , April 23, 1986.
Simpson, James R. “What’s Ahead in Animal Agriculture,” Invited
Speech, 1985 World Food Production Conference, Beijing, China, September 1-7,