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Professur für Produktionsökonomik

Titel Betreuer 
Can mental models help in explaining the attitude-behavior gap when it comes to sustainable farming practices? Prof. Dr. Silke Hüttel 
How did the COVID-19 pandemic impact farmland markets? A case study for Saxony-Anhalt Dr. Stefan Seifert 
Land values and cropland management Prof. Dr. Silke Hüttel 
Locally adapted agri-environmental schemes for the Rheinisches Revier Dr. Reinhard Uehleke 
Production functions with respect to phosphorus fertilization based on field trial data Prof. Dr. Silke Hüttel 
The Farmland Price-Size Puzzle Revisited: A Case Study for Eastern Germany Dr. Stefan Seifert 
The interplay of biogas production and crop diversity – A case study for Brandenburg  Lars Isenhardt 
The potential of sustainable intensification as part of transformation pathways towards a bio-based economy in the Rheinische Revier Prof. Dr. Silke Hüttel 
What is the relationship between weather and farmland prices? A case-study for the German land market Dr. Stefan Seifert 

 

Professur für Wirtschafts- und Agrarpolitik

Titel Betreuer 
An attribute-based approach for analyzing probabilities and determinants of PhenoRob-type technology adoption  Linmei Shang 
Sortenanforderungen und -wahl im Winterweizenanbau  Maria Gerullis 
Variety multiplication and choice in winter wheat – is there a gap between supply and demand?  Maria Gerullis 

 

Professur für Marktforschung der Agrar- und Ernährungswirtschaft

Titel Betreuer 
Consumer acceptance of (and WTP for) different algae-based products  Janine Macht 
Consumer acceptance of sustainable innovations in food production: a survey (or experiment) among German students  Ursula Ploll 
Consumers’ purchase intention of/for antibiotic-free meat – An empirical analysis at the example of “Reinerts Herzenssache”  Jeanette Klink-Lehmann 
Genomic selection to reduce antibiotic use in livestock production - a consumers'acceptance study  Jeanette Klink-Lehmann 
How consumers evaluate credence attributes in the food production process: insights from focus group discussions on perceptions and attitudes towards the usage of new sustainable technologies in food production   Ursula Ploll 
How farmers deal with innovation and new technology to increase sustainable farming practices: qualitative insights from farmers in NRW  Ursula Ploll 
Investigating consumers’ information search behavior in the food market  Jeanette Klink-Lehmann 
Knowledge, Attitudes and Information Needs of Nutritionists about climate change and the concept of Planetary Boundaries Dr. Gesa Maschkowski 
Mandatory country-of-origin labeling (COOL): Measure of protection or consumer information  Dr. Ching-Hua Yeh 
Opportunities and challenges in designing a virtual supermarket study - evidence form expert interviews Dr. Ching-Hua Yeh 
Opportunities and challenges in designing a virtual supermarket study - evidence form qualitative interviews Dr. Ching-Hua Yeh 

 

Technologie-, Innovationsmanagement und Entrepreneurship

Titel Betreuer 
Cross-industry innovation for animal health - How do distant knowledge fields shape animal nutrition? (In cooperation with Evonik Industries AG) Dr. Michael Wustmans 
Indicators for measuring convergence  Philipp Baaden 
Underlying mental models of purpose entrepreneurs and assessing their potential for the bioeconomy Dr. Natalie Laibach 
Working across disciplines – designing a workshop concept to assess the ability of interdisciplinarity of researchers and entrepreneurs Dr. Natalie Laibach 

 

Professur für Ökonomik Nachhaltiger Landnutzung und Bioökonomie

Titel Betreuer 
MSc topics on sustainable land management (SLM) in Kenya in collaboration with TMG Research – Think Tank for Sustainability: Extended deadline for Summer Sem.: Febr 15th 2019, for the Winter Sem.: March 30th 2019 Prof. Dr. Jan Börner 
Spatial Modelling of Bioeconomic Innovation Potential Dr. Lisa Biber-Freudenberger 
The influence of opportunity costs on the profitability of wildflower strips: a remote sensing approach  Maximilian Meyer 

 

 

 

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