Institut für Ernährungswirtschaft und Verbrauchslehre

Abgeschlossene Dissertationen

Es wurden am Lehrstuhl die folgenden Dissertationen betreut:


Yazeed Abdul Yazeed:

  • Impacts of social networks, technology adoption and market participation on smallholder household welfare in Northern Ghana

Muhammad Faisal Shahzad:

  • Climate-Smart Agriculture in Pakistan: Implications for Climate Risk Management, Food Security, and Poverty Reduction


Awal Abdul-Rahaman:

  • Coordination and Impact of Agrifood Value Chains on Farm Performance: Evidence from Smallholder Rice Farmers in Northern Ghana

Gazali Issahaku:

  • Contribution of Climate-smart Agriculture to Farm Performance, Food and Nutrition Security and Poverty Reduction in Ghana


Zhao Ding:

  • Impact of Participation on Households`Welfare in China


Wanglin Ma:

  • The Impact of Agricultural Cooperatives on the Adoption of Technologies and Farm Performance of Apple Farmers in China

Nafeo Abdul Abdulai:

  • The Contribution of Conservation Agriculture to Production Efficiency and Household Welfare in Zambia


Muhammad Sohail Amjad Makhdum:

  • Microfinance and Rural Household Welfare in Pakistan: An Empirical Investigation

Muhammad Baba Bello:

  • Three Essays on Modeling Consumer Preferences in the Presence of Hypothetical Bias and Attribute Non-Attendance in Food Choice Experiments

Jan Dithmer:

  • The Impact of Macroeconomic Policies and Trade on Food and Nutrition Security and Child Health: Cross-Country Analyses


Nicole Franke:

  • Veränderung des Konsumverhaltens durch Tierseuchen und die sich daraus ergebenen Änderungen für das produzierende Gewerbe

Rebecca Illichmann:

  • Präferenzheterogenität und Zahlungsbereitschaft für Bio-Produkte in Deutschland

Rakhshanda Kousar:

  • Gender based labor supply, income diversification and household welfare in Pakistan


Kai-Brit Bechtold:

  • Consumers’ Preferences and Willingness-To-Pay for Functional Dairy Products in Germany


Linda Kleemann:

  • Organic Certification, Sustainable Farming and Return on Investment: Empirical Evidence from Ghana


Christian Kuhlgatz:

  • An Econometric Analysis of Policy Measures for Improving Food Security and Welfare in Developing Countries


Rhoda Mofya-Mukuka:

  • Impacts of Policy Reforms on Price Transmission and Price Volatility in the Coffee Markets: Evidence from Zambia and Tanzania


Akhter Ali:

  • Impact of Land Tenure Arrangements, Bt Cotton Adoption and Market Participation on Welfare of Farm Households in Rural Pakistan

Christiane El Jarbi:

  • Income Diversification and Household Welfare – Empirical Evidence for Ghana

Toman Omar Mahmoud:

  • Shocks, Income Diversification and Welfare in Developing and Transition Countries


Liane Faltermeier:

  • Adoption and Economic Impact of Water Conservation and Intensification Methods on Input Demand, Output Supply, and Net Returns in the Lowland Rice Production of Northern Ghana


Javier Becerril Garcia:

  • The dilemma between: Crop genetic resources-conservation as landraces and new agricultural technology-adaption as hybrid on the small-farmers: the maize case in Mexico

Girma Tesfahun Kassie:

  • Economic valuation of the preferred traits of indigenous horo cattle in Ethiopia

Silke Schmitz:

  • Economies of Scale im Haushaltskonsum aufgrund von Produktdifferenzierung


Emily Awour Ouma:

  • Economic Valuation of Phenotypic Cattle Trait Preferences in Trypanosomosis Prevalent Production Systems of Eastern Africa: Implications for Sustainable Cattle Breeding Programs


Eliud Abucheli Birachi:

  • Determinants of coordination and supply chain performance - The case of fresh milk supply chains in Kenia


Hendrik Tietje:

  • Hofnachfolge in Schleswig-Holstein