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Course of Study

The following modules are offered for the doctoral certificate program in agricultural economics:

In the following: T = Theory; E = Empirical methods; F = Focus topics

Favorable accommodations: Berlin, Bonn, Freising, Giessen, Göttingen, Halle, Kiel, Müncheberg, Wien, Witzenhausen

No. Title Instructor(s) Credits Type Location
0100 Efficiency and Productivity Analysis 1 - Deterministic Approaches Latacz-Lohmann, Supawat 3 E IAMO Halle
0200 Efficiency and Productivity Analysis 2 - Stochastic Approaches Brümmer, Sauer 3 E Uni Göttingen
0300 Time Series Analysis: Applications in Agricultural and Food Economics Loy, Brümmer, von Cramon-Taubadel 3 E Uni Göttingen
0500 Empirische Forschungsmethoden im Agribusiness Spiller, Enneking 3 E Uni Göttingen
0600 Theory and models for an integrated analysis of ecosystem services K. Müller, Sattler, Boumans, Schuler 3 F ZALF Müncheberg
1100 Household Behaviour: Theory and Applications Grings, Brosig 3 T Uni Halle
Risk Analysis and Risk Management in Agriculture: Theory and Applications (2 weeks) Odening, Mußhoff, Ritter, Finger 6 T HU Berlin / Uni Göttingen
1701 Agent-based Modelling in Agricultural and Resource Economics Balmann, Sun, Graubner, Appel 3 F IAMO Halle
1900 Modellgestützte Politikfolgenabschätzung im Bereich der EU-Agrarpolitik Banse, Gocht, Kreins et al. 3 F TI Braunschweig
2200 Advanced Supply Chain Management Theuvsen, Otter 3 F Uni Göttingen
2300 Political Economy of Agriculture in Developing and Emerging Economies Herzfeld, Blümling, Balié 3 T IAMO Halle / Saale
2400 The Political Economy of Agriculture in high-income Countries Herzfeld, Blümling 3 T IAMO Halle / Saale
2500 Advanced Applied Econometrics 1: Linear Models and Panel Data Heckelei, Hess, Hüttel 3 E Uni Kiel
3000 Integrated Land Use Modelling Schmid, Schönhart, Mitter, Kirchner 3 E Uni BOKU Wien
4100 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems and spatial data analysis Sun, D. Müller, Schierhorn et al. 3 E IAMO Halle
4200 Foundations of Agricultural Economics: Selected topics Koester; Goetz 3 T IAMO Halle
4301 Consumer Behavior and Demand Analysis 1: Theory and Applications Yu 3 T Uni Göttingen
4302 Consumer Economics 2: Theory and Application for Valuing Non-Market Goods Yu 3 T Uni Göttingen
4700 Mathematical Economics (for Agricultural Economists) Yu 3 T Uni Göttingen
6000 Welfare Economic Analysis of Agricultural Policy: Theory and Applications Salhofer 3 T Uni BOKU, Wien
6100 Qualitative Research and Developing Grounded Theory in Social Sciences Bitsch 3 E TU München, Freising
6200 Agrarian institutions, contracts and bargaining models: Theory and Applications Nuppenau, Babu 3 F Uni Gießen
6300 Principles and Practices of Survey Research: Designing and Conducting Surveys Hamm , Janssen 3 E Uni Kassel, Witzenhausen
6500 Advanced Applied Econometrics 2: Limited Dependent Variable (LDV) / Choices models Heckelei, Hess, Hüttel 3 E Uni Bonn
6700 Economic Modelling with the GAMS software Aurbacher 3 E Uni Gießen
7100 Implementation and Interpretation of Policy Scenarios in Partial Equilibrium Models of the Agricultural Sector Britz, Grethe 3 E HU Berlin
7400 Technology and Innovation in the Agricultural Sector – Theoretical and Empirical Approaches Sauer, Wuepper 3 F TU München WZW, Freising
7500 Applied Choice Analysis Roosen 3 E TU München WZW, Freising

Soft skills

No. Title Instructor(s) Credits Type Location
2100 Scientific writing for agricultural economists von Cramon-Taubadel 3 Soft skill Uni Göttingen
6600 Publishing and Writing in Agricultural Economics Heckelei 3 Soft skill Uni Bonn
7000 Academic Writing and Publishing in Agricultural Economics Herrmann 3 Soft skill Uni Gießen

In the scientific writing modules 2100, 6600, 7000 alltogether, there is only 1 place / student. Please, do not select 2 of these modules!

Soft skill modules can be also drawn from the interdisciplinary course offering of the participating universities. The organisation of research colloquia and seminars is provided individually by the cooperating partners.