Here you find the published and accepted articles of the IAMO researchers in scientific journals. Details are given on the webpages of the respective journals, please see the links given but note that online access by publishers may be limited.
Xiao, Haixia; Zhang, Feng; Miao, Lijuan; Liang, X. Shan; Wu, Kun; Liu, Renqiang (2020) Long-term trends in Arctic surface temperature and potential causality over the last 100 years. Climate Dynamics 55 (5-6): 1443–1456.
Yin, Qi; Hu, Jinfu; Sun, Zhanli; Xu, Dingde; Ntim-Amo, Gideon; Tang, Hong (2020) Assessing the viability of vacant farmhouse market in China: A case study in Sichuan. Land 9 (11)
Zhang, Shemei; Wolz, Axel; Ding, Ya (2020) Is there a role for agricultural production cooperatives in agricultural development? Evidence from China. Outlook on Agriculture 49 (3): 256-263.
Zhang, Shemei; Sun, Zhanli; Ma, Wanglin; Valentinov, Vladislav (2020) The effect of cooperative membership on agricultural technology adoption in Sichuan, China. China Economic Review 62
Aarnoudse, Eefje; Bluemling, Bettina; Qu, Wei; Herzfeld, Thomas (2019) Groundwater regulation in case of overdraft: national groundwater policy implementation in north-west China. International Journal of Water Resources Development 35 (2): 264-282.
Ahmed, Osama; Abdelradi, Fadi (2019) Understanding the dependence structure between the futures and spot prices of wheat in Egypt. International Journal of Food and Beverage Manufacturing and Business Models 4 (1): 20-37.
Akhmadiyeva, Zarema; Abdullaev, Iskandar (2019) Water management paradigm shifts in the Caspian Sea region: Review and outlook. Journal of Hydrology 568: 997-1006.
Amirova, Iroda; Petrick, Martin; Djanibekov, Nodir (2019) Long- and short-term determinants of water user cooperation: Experimental evidence from Central Asia. World Development 113: 10-25.
Appel, Franziska; Balmann, Alfons (2019) Human behaviour versus optimising agents and the resilience of farms - Insights from agent-based participatory experiments with FarmAgriPoliS. Ecological Complexity 40, Part B
Bajrami, Egzon; Wailes, Eric; Dixon, Bruce; Musliu, Arben; Durand-Morat, Alvaro (2019) Do coupled subsidies increase milk productivity, land use, herd size and income? Evidence from Kosovo. Studies in Agricultural Economics 121 (3): 134-143.
Banse, Martin; Duric, Ivan; Götz, Linde; Laquai, Verena (2019) From the Russian food import ban to free trade from Lisbon to Vladivostok – will farmers benefit? Journal of International Studies 12 (4): 20-31.
Brosig, Stephan; Bavorova, Miroslava (2019) Association of attitudes towards genetically modified food among young adults and their referent persons. PLOS ONE 14 (2): 1-19.
Brown, J. David; Earle, John S.; Shpak, Solomiya; Vakhitov, Volodymyr (2019) Is privatization working in Ukraine?: New estimates from comprehensive manufacturing firm data, 1989–2013. Comparative Economic Studies 61 (1): 1-35.
Buchenrieder, Gertrud; Gnilachi, Nguefo Joséphine; Benjamin, Emmanuel (2019) Poverty alleviation through microcredit in Sub-Saharan Africa revisited: New evidence from a Cameroonian village bank, the Mutuelle Communautaire de Coissance. Agricultural Finance Review 79 (3): 386-407.
Chatalova, Lioudmila; Wolz, Axel (2019) Die Probleme der Anderen: Sind Landwirte für den ländlichen Raum zuständig? Berichte über Landwirtschaft 97 (2): 1-29.
de Olde, Evelien; Valentinov, Vladislav (2019) The moral complexity of agriculture: a challenge for corporate social responsibility. Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics 32 (3): 413-430.
Döpke, Jörg; Fritsche, Ulrich; Waldhof, Gabi (2019) Theories, techniques and the formation of German business cycle forecasts: Evidence from a survey of professional forecasters. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik = Journal of Economics and Statistics 239 (2): 203-241.
Gagalyuk, Taras; Valentinov, Vladislav (2019) Agroholdings, turbulence, and resilience: The case of Ukraine. Journal of East European Management Studies 24 (3): 484-496.
Golovina, Svetlana; Hess, Sebastian; Nilsson, Jerker; Wolz, Axel (2019) Networking among Russian farmers and their prospects for success. Post-Communist Economies 31 (4): 484-499.