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15 October 2021

IAMO Forum 2022: Call for Submissions

The conference entitled “Enhancing resilience in a post-pandemic era: challenges and opportunities for rural development” will take place in Halle (Saale), Germany, from 22 to 24 June 2022.

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14 October 2021

Vacancy

IAMO offers a PhD position (m/f/d) within the project “Digital Transformation of China’s Agriculture – Resources, Trade and Food Security”. In addition, the institute is looking for a Student Assistant in the Public Relations Team (f/m/d).

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30 September 2021

GEWISOLA session on “Agriculture thirty years after the fall of the Soviet Union”

At this year’s GEWISOLA Annual Conference, IAMO members and partners held an organised session on 23 September 2021 entitled “Agriculture thirty years after the fall of the Soviet Union: a role model for structural change in the West?”

The 61st Annual Conference of the German Society of Economics and Social Sciences in Agriculture (GEWISOLA) took place online from 22 to 24 September 2021 on “The transformation of agricultural and food systems: challenges for economics and social...

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24 September 2021

Book on the history of German industrialization receives excellent review

Albrecht Ritschl, Professor of Economic History at the London School of Economics, recently reviewed the new book of Richard Tilly and Michael Kopsidis (IAMO) “From Old Regime to Industrial State: A History of German Industrialization from the Eighteenth Century to World War I” (University of...

According to Ritschl Tilly and Kopsidis provide a synopsis of recent research on nineteenth century growth in Germany. For him the book “is an invaluable source of inspiration for everyone seeking to update themselves on Germany’s industrialization...

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23 September 2021

Vacancies

IAMO is looking for several Student Assistants (m/f/d) in the Agricultural Markets Department and in the “Land Systems” Group.

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23 September 2021

Agricultural Policy Dialogue Germany - Western Balkans

IAMO launched a new project to strengthen policy framework for agriculture and rural development in the Western Balkans. The research implements EU Green Agenda for the Western Balkans and the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) 2021-2027.

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17 September 2021

KlimALEZ provides open access to satellite-based weather data

As part of the project “Increasing climate resilience via agricultural insurance – Innovation transfer for sustainable rural development in Central Asia” (KlimALEZ), a platform for climate services has been created that enables easy access to satellite-based weather data.

The strongest impediment against the practical implementation of weather index insurance in developing countries is the lack of reliable long-term weather data. While the variety and quality of the satellite-based weather products has significantly...

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14 September 2021

IAMO newsletter 03/2021 issued

IAMO Forum 2022 +++ IAMO and UrSEU sign Memorandum of Understanding +++ IAMO honored at berufundfamilie certificate award ceremony +++ These and other reports in the current IAMO newsletter

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07 September 2021

Online summer school on innovation processes for students from the Huazhong Agricultural University in China

IAMO scientists gave a week-long seminar on theories and concepts of agricultural innovation and innovation processes.

From 23 to 27 August, IAMO researchers Frans Hermans and Nodir Djanibekov, with the support of IAMO PhD student Lanjiao Wen, provided a one week course to students of the Land Management and Public Administration College of the Huazhong Agricultural...

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01 September 2021

Cooperation with SowiDataNet|datorium research data repository

To make its research data more accessible to the scientific community, IAMO has signed a cooperation agreement with SowiDataNet|datorium, a research data repository run by the GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences.

The repository for social sciences and economics allows IAMO researchers to document and publish their quantitative primary and secondary data in accordance with the FAIR principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) and share them with...

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