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Dr. Utkur Djanibekov

Phone: +49-228-73 2892
Fax: +49-228-73 2758
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Research interest:

  • Direct and spillover effects on heterogeneous farms
  • Risk and risk management in farm production
  • Mathematical programming

Academic education:

10/2009-06/2014
PhD in Agriculture at the Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn, Germany.
09/2006-06/2008
MSc in Management, Faculty of Economics and Management. Tashkent University of Information Technologies, Uzbekistan
09/2002-06/2006
BSc in Management, Faculty of Economics and Management. Tashkent University of Information Technologies, Uzbekistan

Employments:

06/2014-present Postdoctoral researcher, Production Economics Group, Institute for Food and Resource Economics, University of Bonn, Germany
02/2014-06/2014 Full-time consultant, Economics of Land Degradation (ELD) project
10/2013-01/2014 Part-time consultant, Federal Ministry of Education and Research of Germany
08/2013–10/2013 Part-time consultant, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)
08/2008-08/2009 Research associate, ZEF/UNESCO German-Uzbek Development Project on Landscape Restructuring
08/2007-09/2007 Intern, ZEF/UNESCO German-Uzbek Development Project on Landscape Restructuring

Current involvement in projects:

 

Teaching:

Winter term 2014 - present

University of Bonn, Germany
Agricultural Production Economics (Master degree program, ABS-210),
Research seminar in Agribusiness (Master degree program, ABS-330)

Summer term 2015 - present

University of Bonn, Germany
Modelling of Dynamic Agri-Ecological Systems (Master degree program, ENV-230),
Seminar in Production Economics and Farm Management (Master degree program, ABS-300), Research seminar in Agribusiness (Master degree program, ABS-330)

Nov 2014, 2015

Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn, Germany
Economics of Land Degradation and Improvement course

Published peer-review journal articles:

Djanibekov, U., Villamor, G.B., (in press). Market-based instruments for risk-averse farmers: rubber agroforest conservation in Jambi Province, Indonesia. Environment and Development Economics. doi:10.1017/S1355770X16000310

Djanibekov, U., Villamor, G.B., Dzhakypbekova, K., Chamberlain, J., Xu, J., 2016. Adoption of sustainable land uses in post-Soviet Central Asia: The case for agroforestry. Sustainability 8(10), 1030/1-16

Djanibekov, U., Khamzina, A., 2016. Stochastic economic assessment of afforestation on marginal land in irrigated farming system. Environmental and Resource Economics 63(1), 95-117

Djanibekov, N., Djanibekov, U., Sommer, R., Petrick, M., 2015. Cooperative agricultural production to exploit individual heterogeneity under a delivery target: The case of cotton in Uzbekistan. Agricultural Systems 141, 1-3

Villamor, G.B., Le, Q.B., Djanibekov, U., van Noordwijk, M., Vlek, P.L.G., 2014. Biodiversity in rubber agroforests, carbon emissions, and rural livelihoods: An agent-based model of land-use dynamics in lowland Sumatra. Environmental Modelling and Software 61, 151-165

Villamor, G.B., Chiong-Javier, M.E., Djanibekov, U., Catacutan, D., van Noordwijk, M., 2014. Gender differences in land-use decisions: shaping multifunctional landscapes? Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 6, 128-133
Djanibekov, U., Djanibekov, N., Khamzina, A., Bhaduri, A., Lamers, J.P.A., Berg, E., 2013. Impacts of innovative forestry land use on rural livelihood in a bimodal agricultural system in irrigated drylands. Land Use Policy 35, 95-106
Djanibekov, U., Van Assche, K., Boezeman, D., Djanibekov, N., 2013. Understanding contracts in evolving agro-economies: Fermers, dekhqans and networks in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Journal of Rural Studies 32, 137-147
Djanibekov, N., Sommer, R., Djanibekov, U., 2013. Evaluation of effects of cotton policy changes on land and water use in Uzbekistan: Application of a bio-economic farm model at the level of a water users association. Agricultural Systems 118, 1-13
Djanibekov, N., Frohberg, K., Djanibekov, U., 2013. Income-based projections of water demand for food consumption in Central Asia: The case of Uzbekistan. Global and Planetary Change 110, Part A, 130-142
Rudenko, I., Bekchanov, M., Djanibekov, U., Lamers, J.P.A., 2013. The added value of a water footprint approach: micro- and macroeconomic analysis of cotton production, processing and export in water bound Uzbekistan. Global and Planetary Change 110, Part A, 143-151
Djanibekov, U., 2012. More than carbon price. Nature Climate Change 2, 296. (Interview)

Djanibekov, U., Khamzina, A., Djanibekov, N., Lamers, J.P.A., 2012. How attractive are short-term CDM forestations in arid regions? The case of irrigated croplands in Uzbekistan. Forest Policy and Economics 21, 108-117

 

 


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