Bisrat Haile Gebrekidan
Researcher and Doctoral Student
Chair of Economic and Agricultural Policy
Phone: +49-228-73 2323
- Agent Based models of land Use
- Technology adoption decision
- Integrative modeling of complex socio-ecological systems
- General equilibrium models
- Machine learning and data Science
- Understanding the dynamics of land use and intensification in Kilombero Valley Floodplain: An Agent Based Modeling approach
|Masters of Science, University of Bonn and Swedish University of Agricultural sciences, Bonn and Uppsala(Germany and Sweden), Very Good-(1.2). Specialized in Agriculture, Food and Environmental Policy Analysis|
|2010 - 2012||Magister Economicae , The University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa, Cum Laude.
Specialized in Development Economics|
|2004 - 2007||Bachelor of Arts, Arba Minch University, Arba Minch, Ethiopia, GPA – 3.8–Avery Great Distinction Graduate.
Specialized in Economics|
|Research Analyst, Vision Development Consultants, Cape Town, South Africa|
|Project Associate (INTERN), Catholic Welfare and Development (CWD) , Cape Town, South Africa|
|Economics Lecturer, Arba Minch University, Arba Minch, Ethiopia|
Gebrekidan, B. H., Rasch, S., and Heckelei, T. (2017): Farmers Intensification Decisions in Kilombero Valley Floodplain: A Bayesian Belief Network Approach . Paper presented at WATER MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP The Kilombero case: from Catchment to Consumer. October 9-10, 2017.
Gebrekidan, B. H., Rasch, S., and Heckelei, T. (2016): Farmers Intensification Decisions Under Fragile and Unpredictable Environment in Kilombero Valley Floodplain: A Bayesian Belief Network Approach . Paper presented at the 5th international conference on sustainable Development, Colombia University,New York, USA, September 18-20, 2017.
Gebrekidan, B. H., Heckelei, T., and Rasch, S.(2016): The Dynamics of Land-use Change in Kilombero Valley Floodplain: Characterization of Agents . Poster presentation at Tropentag- ‘Solidarity in a competing world – fair use of resources’, Vienna, Austria, September 18 – 21, 2016.
Last updated: Thursday, December 19, 2019