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; ; (2020) Technological differences, theoretical consistency, and technical efficiency: The case of Hungarian crop-producing farms. Sustainability 12 (3): 1-17.

; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; (2020) Declining human pressure and opportunities for rewilding in the steppes of Eurasia. Diversity and Distributions

; ; ; ; ; ; (2020) Transition of agriculture in Altai Krai: The role of structural change, introduction of modern soil cultivation practices and agricultural policy. In: Frühauf, M., Guggenberger, G., Meinel, T., Theesfeld, I., Lentz, S. (Hrsg.): KULUNDA: Climate smart agriculture, South Siberian agro-steppe as pioneering region for sustainable land use, 231-240: Springer.

; ; ; ; (2020) Including smallholders with vertical coordination [Online First]. In: Agrticultural Economics [Working Title]: InTechOpen.

; ; (2020) Heterogeneous impact of price spikes across countries and supply chain actors: An evidence from Central Asia and the Caucasus. A review. Agricultural Economics-Zemědělská Ekonomika 66 (2): 92-103.

; ; ; ; (2020) Return to the countryside: The return intentions of highly educated young people in the Akmola province of northern Kazakhstan. Population, Space and Place 26 (2): 1-14.

; ; (2020) Scarce water resources and cereal import dependency: The role of integrated water resources management. Water 12 (6)

(2020) Resource sufficiency in a sustainable bioeconomy: A predator-prey perspective. In: Bioeconomy: Routledge.

; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; (2020) Annual Landsat time series reveal post-Soviet changes in grazing pressure. Remote Sensing of Environment 239

(2020) Understanding grassland dynamics in the steppe zone of Kazakhstan - a remote sensing analysis. Berlin: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.