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Professur für Produktionsökonomik

Titel Betreuer 
Dairy cow welfare and technical efficiency: a case study for North-Rhine Westphalia Prof. Dr. Silke Hüttel 
Farmers’ preferences for outcome based agri-environmental measures Dr. Reinhard Uehleke 
Location as a price determinant for farmland – A case study for eastern Germany Dr. Stefan Seifert 
Nature conservation and farmland pricing Prof. Dr. Silke Hüttel 

 

Professur für Wirtschafts- und Agrarpolitik

Titel Betreuer 
Citation cultures in different sub-disciplines of agricultural sciences Prof. Dr. Thomas Heckelei 
Qualitative Bewertung eines neuartigen Power-to-Fuel Konzepts zur Methanolherstellung für Biogasanlagen  Lea Eggemann 
Sortenanforderungen und -wahl im Ökoweizenanbau  Maria Gerullis 

 

Professur für Marktforschung der Agrar- und Ernährungswirtschaft

Titel Betreuer 
Animal welfare in the media – a content analysis   Kathrin Meyer 
Consumer preferences for fish from aquaponic facilities Dr. Ching-Hua Yeh 
Consumer preferences for plant products from aquaponic facilities Dr. Ching-Hua Yeh 
Consumers' demand for club varieties: An experimental study based on apples  Jeanette Klink-Lehmann 
Consumers’ acceptance of bio-based products/technologies: An experimental study at the example of coffee capsules of maize  Janine Macht 
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 living micro-organisms in food production  Ursula Ploll 
How farmers deal with innovation and new technology: qualitative insights from farmers in NRW using the example of innovations based on beneficial soil-microbes  Ursula Ploll 
Influence of information on consumer’s perception of Italian red wines  Dr. Ching-Hua Yeh 
Influence of social standards on consumers' purchasing behaviour : an experimental study on the example of fruits (e.g. mangos)  Jeanette Klink-Lehmann 
Mandatory country-of-origin labeling (COOL): Measure of protection or consumer information  Dr. Ching-Hua Yeh 
Sustainability labels on "Glühwein"/ "Sangria": Do consumers care?  Jeanette Klink-Lehmann 
The role of different sustainability labels for consumers' taste perception and WTP for wine  Janine Macht 

 

Professur für Technologie- und Innovationsmanagement im Agribusiness

Titel Betreuer 
Analyzing the potential of Science Fiction Prototyping as a research method within the Bioeconomy Dr. Michael Wustmans 
Are start ups in emering (converging) areas like “biosensors” “bioinformatics” affected by cognitive distance? Prof. Dr. Stefanie Bröring 
Impact of Digitalisation on Innovation Management Prof. Dr. Stefanie Bröring 
Is there an impact of political strategies in the bioeconomy technology landscape? Comparison of political strategies with patent and publication data Dr. Natalie Laibach 
Recognition and evaluation of key enabling technologies for the bioeconomy by experts: questionnaire design and testing Dr. Natalie Laibach 
What are the microfoundations of an entrepreneur active converging settings? Prof. Dr. Stefanie Bröring 
What exampels of platform business models exist in Life Sciences, Food & Agri? Prof. Dr. Stefanie Bröring 

 

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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