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Maximilian Meyer

Maximilian Meyer

M.Sc. Agricultural and Food Economics

Doctoral Student
Chair of Economics of Sustainable Land Use and Bioeconomy
Nussallee 19
D-53115 Bonn, Germany

Phone: +49 (0)228 73-2333
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Research Interests

  • Environmental Economics
  • Land use change & natural resources issues of the global south
  • Palm oil production and value chains

Education

M.Sc. Agricultural and Food Economics - University of Bonn, Germany
Major in Resource and Environmental Economics

B.Sc. Agricultural Sciences - University of Bonn, Germany
Focus: Economics of the agricultural and nutritional sector

Research Project

SFB Future Rural Africa: Future-making and social-ecological transformation (Collaborative Research Center 228)
Project A01: Future Carbon Storage

Employments

04/2018 - present CRC 228: Future Rural Africa
Subproject A01: Future Carbon Storage

Doctoral Student
10/2017 - 03/2018 Chair of Economics of Sustainable Land Use and Bioeconomy, University of Bonn
Scientific assistant
04/2017 - 05/2017 Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia
Research field trip
04/2015 - 08/2017 Chair of Resource and Environmental Economics, University of Bonn
Student assistant

Publications

Meyer, M.; Klingelhoeffer, E.; Naidoo, R.; Wingate,V.; Börner, J. (2021): Tourism opportunities drive woodland and wildlife conservation outcomes of community-based conservation in Namibia's Zambezi region. In Ecological Economics 180, Link

Rahman, S.A.; Baral, H.; Sharma, R.; Samsudin, Y.B.; Meyer, M.; Lo, M.; Artati, Y.; Simamora, T.I.; Andini, S.; Leksono, B.; Roshetko; J.M.; Lee, S.M.; Sunderland, T. (2019): Integrating bioenergy and food production on degraded landscapes in Indonesia for improved socioeconomic and environmental outcomes. Food and Energy Security 2 (2). Link

Sharma, R.; Nehren, U.; Rahman, S.A.; Meyer, M.; Rimal, B.; Aria Seta, G.; Baral, H. (2018) Modeling Land Use and Land Cover Changes and Their Effects on Biodiversity in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Land 2018, 7, 57. Link

Meyer, M. (2018): Palmöl - Wahre Kosten und Alternativen zu Palmöl? Bundeszentrum für Ernährung. Link

Conference Contributions

Meyer, M.; Klingelhoeffer, E.; Naidoo, R.; Wingate,V.; Börner, J. (2020): Tourism opportunities drive woodland and wildlife conservation outcomes of community-based conservation in Namibia’s Zambezi Region, Virtual Conference Presentation, European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE) – 25th Annual Conference, 25th of June 2020, Berlin, Germany.

Meyer, M.; Börner, J.; Wingate,V. (2019): Impacts of community-based conservation on elephant counts and vegetation cover in Namibia’s Zambezi Region, Conference Presentation, Global Land Programme – 4th Open Science Meeting 2019, 25th of April 2019, Bern, Switzerland. Link

Meyer, M. (2018): Smallholder palm oil production in Central Kalimantan – Assessing scope for improving environmental and economic performance, Conference Presentation, Global Landscapes Forum 2017, 20th December 2017, Bonn. Link

Other Formats

Podcast im Audible Programm
Planet A - Nur mal kurz die Welt retten - Flg. 12 - Palmöl: Dürfen wir noch Schokocreme essen?
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Last updated: Monday, April 19, 2021