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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 semiar winter term 2022/2023

Tuesdays, 3:30 pm (requirement for Phd thesis)
Conference room I

Measuring agricultural sustainability using item response theory
Brian Beadle

How important is land tenure security in state-driven reforms? Evidence from a choice experiment with farmers in Uzbekistan
Davron Niyazmetov

22.11.2022 (this event takes place in conference room II)
Resilience to food insecurity and child malnutrition of Mongolian herder households after a covariate shock and the role of governmental assistance
Daniel Schau

Agricultural index insurance, welfare and climate resilience: Experimental findings from Uzbekistan
Laura Moritz

Exchange rate pass-through to wheat prices in Russia and global food security: The role of the exchange rate regime and the war in Ukraine
Stanislav Yugay

Reconsidering consumer preferences for organic food: Links between farmers‘ social media presence and consumer trust
Borislav Rajkovic

Promotionskolleg at IAMO in Halle

Further lectures

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.