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Professur für Produktionsökonomik

Titel Betreuer 
Acceptance of Algorithms in Crop Farming Decisions: Plant Protection Prof. Dr. Silke Hüttel 
Effect of §6b EStG on the farmland price formation in Germany Dr. Hermann Trenkel 
Investigating the role of p-fertilization in the efficiency of cropping systems using field trial data Dr. Reinhard Uehleke 
Land Values and Terms of Lease: A Case Study for Saxony-Anhalt Prof. Dr. Silke Hüttel 
Location as a price determinant for farmland – A case study for eastern Germany Dr. Stefan Seifert 
Market mechanism and farmland prices in eastern Germany Dr. Stefan Seifert 
Non-Agricultural Buyers in the Farmland Market in North-Rhine-Westfalia Prof. Dr. Silke Hüttel 
Profitability of Producing Fish and Vegetables in an Aquaponics System Prof. Dr. Silke Hüttel 
The Irrigation Efficiency Paradox Dr. Hermann Trenkel 
The production economics of farm animal welfare Dr. Hermann Trenkel 


Professur für Wirtschafts- und Agrarpolitik

Titel Betreuer 
Citation cultures in different sub-disciplines of agricultural sciences Prof. Dr. Thomas Heckelei 
Export Entry and Markup Dynamics: Firm Level Evidence in European Agriculture and Food Sectors Dr. Yaghoob Jafari 
Firm Productivity and Sale Distribution in European Agriculture and Food Sector Dr. Yaghoob Jafari 
Firm’s markup and its export status: Empirical evidence from the European agricultural and food processing firms Dr. Yaghoob Jafari 
Global trends in fertilizer use efficiency Dr. Arnim Kuhn 
Measuring the risk of labor automation through skills required in job postings  Hugo Storm 


Professur für Marktforschung der Agrar- und Ernährungswirtschaft

Titel Betreuer 
“Antibiotic-free” meat products: Who drives and who benefits from this movement  Jeanette Klink-Lehmann 
Barriers or beneficial factors infuencing the acceptance of farmers to adopt new fertilization and pesticide technologies.  Ursula Ploll 
Consumer preferences for fish from aquaponic facilities  Ching-Hua Yeh 
Consumer preferences for plant products from aquaponic facilities  Ching-Hua Yeh 
Consumers' acceptance of cultured meat - Analysis based on the TAM  Jeanette Klink-Lehmann 
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 
Nudging healthy food choices in a university canteen: An experimental study  Nina Weingarten 
Sustainability labels on "Glühwein": Do consumers care?  Jeanette Klink-Lehmann 


Professur für Technologie- und Innovationsmanagement im Agribusiness

Titel Betreuer 
How do firms build “Digital” competences: Analyzing M&A activities in Agribusiness? Dr. Natalie Laibach 
Impact of Digitalisation on Business Models of Agricultural input suppliers  Lora Tsvetanova 
Impact of Digitalisation on Innovation Management Dr. Laura Carraresi 
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 
Technology Innovation systems in the context of second generation of biorefineries – relevant actors, institutions and functions  Lora Tsvetanova 


Professur für Ökonomik Nachhaltiger Landnutzung und Bioökonomie

Titel Betreuer 
The influence of opportunity costs on the profitability of wildflower strips: a remote sensing approach  Maximilian Meyer 




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