At a workshop on 14 and 15 September 2023 at IAMO in Halle (Saale) an important step was taken towards a better understanding of the climate-water-migration nexus in Central Asia.
In August 2023, a data collection was conducted in the Chinese province of Hubei as part of the DITAC project. The focus was to gain insights into the use of digital technologies in China's agriculture.
During the European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE) conference held in Rennes, France, from 29 August - 01 September 2023, IAMO PhD student Laura Moritz received the Best Poster Award for her poster presentation about the project KlimAlez.
On 14 July, IAMO and the Institute of Agricultural Resources and Regional Planning from the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen future cooperation.
The first event of the "Halle Academic Quartet" took place within the IAMO Forum 2023. Prof. Glauben (IAMO), Prof. Gropp (IWH), Prof. Pies, Prof. Varwick (University of Halle) and the guest Dr. Rudolf Adam (former BND Vice President) discussed economic and security politics in the present time.
The Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) has been successfully evaluated in 2023. After completion of the regular scientific evaluation, the Senate of the Leibniz Association recommends the continuation of funding.
IAMO Forum 2023 starts in a few days +++ 20th Long Night of the Sciences in Halle +++ IAMO Policy Brief 46 published +++ Researchers criticize Brandenburg's draft of an agricultural structure law +++ and much more.
AgriPoliS helps researchers to understand how farm structures change within model regions and, in particular, how agricultural policy measures influence this process. The model is now freely available to researchers beyond the institute's borders.
Global agricultural trade as a safety net in times of crisis +++ EEU Membership of Armenia and Kyrgyzstan +++ Sustainability in industrial crop production +++ Flexibilization and differentiation in the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) of the EU +++ Read all articles in the new IAMO Annual (German...
In the new policy brief, the authors examine the adoption of information and communication technology (ICT) among farmers in Central Asia. The analyses are important for the private sector and public authorities to develop strategies that promote digital transformation in Central Asia's agriculture.