Lectures and seminars
IAMO organizes, in cooperation with the Institute of Agricultural and Nutrition Sciences at the Faculty of Natural Sciences III of the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU), joint PhD students seminars and every summer term a Colloquium in Agricultural Economics. Furthermore, IAMO researchers teach at the MLU.
PhD Seminar – Summer term 2019
Conference room I at IAMO – Mondays, 3:15 pm (requirement for Phd thesis)
What drives Black Sea grain price volatility?
Socioeconomic effects of the growth of agroholdings in Argentina
Banana growers’ typologies, Xanthomonas Wilt (BXW) prevention and control practices knowledge and application in smallholder farming in Rwanda
Structural implications of increasing demand for non-food biomass in German agriculture
How Failure Experience Impacts New Venture Performance of Small Business Owners in Rural China?
Decoupling in an Innovation-Driven Bioeconomy: A Long-Wave Perspective
PhD defense Iroda Amirova
The defense starts at 3 pm and takes place at the Julius-Kühl-Lecture Hall (HS E.02)
PhD defense Nozilakhon Mukhamedova
The defense starts at 5 pm and takes place at the Julius-Kühl-Lecture Hall (HS E.02)
Colloquium in Agricultural Economics – Summer term 2019
Conference room I at IAMO – Tuesdays, 3:30 - 5 pm
Landpachtrecht – juristischer Hintergrund und aktuelle Entwicklung
RA Andreas Dehne (Fachanwalt für Agrarrecht und Leiter des Agrarrechtsseminars der Deutschen Anwaltsakademie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Agrarrecht)
Rainfall Shocks and Risk Aversion
Sabine Liebenehm (Institut für Entwicklungs- und Agrarökonomik, Leibniz Universität Hannover)
The heads of the scientific departments and other IAMO colleagues are teaching at the Faculty of Natural Sciences III, the Faculty of Law and Economics as well as the Faculty of Philosophy I of the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU). They hold several lectures and seminars. For an overview on current courses at the MLU please see the Stud-IP.
IAMO researchers also offer modules in the framework of the Doctoral Certificate Program in Agricultural Economics. Furthermore, they have taught most recently at the Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Germany.