The agricultural economists Thomas Glauben and Maximilian Heigermoser have published an IAMO Policy Brief (No. 37) on Covid-19 and its impact on low-income countries.
The Leibniz ScienceCampus „Eastern Europe – Global Area“ (EEGA), initiated by the Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography and the University of Leipzig, in which IAMO is also a partner, will be funded for another four years by the Leibniz Association who provides around 800,000 euros for the second...
An event entitled “The Corona Pandemic - Global and Regional Impacts on the Agricultural Sector” organised by the German-Ukrainian Agricultural Policy Dialogue will be held online on 20 May 2020. (in German and Ukrainian only) Registration is possible until 18 May 2020.
“Key driver behind implementing technologies at IMC is efficiency improvement.”
“Important to enable equal access to machine learning methods among stakeholders of agri-food value chains.”
From now on the activities of IAMO's Central Asia Research Group can be followed online. The scientific network is conducting interdisciplinary research on agricultural, socio-economic and ecological transformation processes in Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.
This year, the IAMO Forum 2020 will take place as an online conference on the topic “Digital transformation – towards sustainable food value chains in Eurasia” from 24 to 26 June 2020. Registration for this event is open until 2 June 2020.
As part of the 2nd German-Ukrainian Agricultural Economics Summer School in Germany, a course entitled “Time Series Analysis in Agricultural and Food Markets” is planned. The event will be held from 13 to 26 September 2020 in Halle (Saale), Germany.
On the occasion of the German-Russian Year of University Cooperation and Science, IAMO director Thomas Glauben reports on his experiences and the importance of German-Russian cooperation between universities and research institutions.
The institute gets involved in reducing the risk of coronavirus infection