- Courses Summer Term 2018
- Master of Agricultural and Food Economics (AFECO)
- Theodor-Brinkmann-Graduate School
- Modeling structural change and agricultural nutrient flows across scales in regions of North Rhine-Westphalia Gefördert durch das Ministerium für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Landwirtschaft, Natur- und Verbraucherschutz des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen im Rahmen des Lehr- und Forschungsschwerpunktes "Umweltverträgliche und Standortgerechte Landwirtschaft", 2016-2018
- Further projects
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Teaching by the Economic Modeling of Agricultural System Group
We offer our students courses at master level on the state-of-the-art of quantitative economic modeling of agri-food systems, allowing for hands-on experience with economic models developed and applied by us. After the successful participation in the courses offered by the Economic Modeling group, students can be granted the minor specialization "Economic modeling" (18 ECTS in total required).
- Summer term:
- Winter term:
Applied Modelling of Agricultural Systems, APO-220, 4 SWS, 6 ECTS: this project based course offers students to develop together as a group their own research project. That includes deciding upon the real-world problem to analyze quantitatively, selecting an appropriate economic model, collecting the data and conduct liter ature research, coordinating tasks, working groups and deliverables. Our staff actively supports that process and the execution of the project.
We plan to offer from 2019 onwards additionally a one-week block course on advanced GAMS modeling in autumn as part of the Doctoral Certificate Progam in Agricultural Economics" jointly managed by German speaking universities with an agricultural economics programs. That course will also be open for our master students.
Teaching at the Institute
Please use the link to institute web page on teaching to learn more about our AFECO and AFEPA study programs, lecturers and courses offered by all groups of the institute and find useful links related to your studies.Last Updated:Tuesday, July 10, 2018
- New H2020 research project MINDSTEP, 2019-2023
- New H2020 research project LIFT, 2018-2022
- Aus unserer Forschung: Effiziente Politikmassnahmen zur Foerderung von Kurzumtriebsplantagen
- An economic and environmental assessment of a glyphosate ban for the example of maize production (2019) Boecker, T., Moehring, N., Finger, R., Britz, W. (2019): An economic and environmental assessment of a glyphosate ban for the example of maize production, European Review of Agricultural Economics, available online 5th February 2019
- Econometric mathematical programming: an application to the estimation of costs and risk preferences at farm level (2019) Arata, L., Britz, W. (2019): Econometric mathematical programming: an application to the estimation of costs and risk preferences at farm level, Agricultural Economics, available online 8th January 2019
- Economic Impacts and Land Use Change from Increasing Demand for Forest Products in the European Bioeconomy: A General Equilibrium Based Sensitivity Analysis (2019) Haddad, S., Britz, W., Boerner, J. (2019): Economic Impacts and Land Use Change from Increasing Demand for Forest Products in the European Bioeconomy: A General Equilibrium Based Sensitivity Analysis, Forests, 10(1) 52: 1-27
- Modelling heterogeneous firms and non-tariff measures in free trade agreements using Computable General Equilibrium (2018) Jafari, Y. and Britz, W. (2018: Modelling heterogeneous firms and non-tariff measures in free trade agreements using Computable General Equilibrium, Economic Modelling, available online 23th April 2018
- Policy analysis of perennial energy crop cultivation at the farm level: Short rotation coppice (SRC) in Germany (2018) Spiegel, A., Britz, W., Djanibekov, U., Finger, R. (2018: Policy analysis of perennial energy crop cultivation at the farm level: Short rotation coppice (SRC) in Germany, Biomass and Bioenergy 110, March 2018: 41-56