GlobalFood Dissertations

GlobalFood Dissertations of RTG doctoral students.



  • Dr. Edward Asiedu (2015). Three Essays in Empirical and Experimental Development Economics: Pro-social Behavior, Monitoring of Development-Linked Public Goods and Inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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  • Dr. Debosree Banerjee (2014). Essays on Women's Empowerment in Developing Countries.
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  • Dr. Marwan Benali (2018). Export vegetable supply chains, household labour allocation and poverty effects among small producers – Evidence from Northern Tanzania.
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  • Dr. Iris Butzlaff (2016). The Challenges of Transition: Essays on Nutrition and Climate Change.
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  • Dr. Brian Chiputwa (2014). Sustainability Standards, Welfare Impacts, and Risk Attitudes Among Coffee Farmers in Uganda.
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  • Dr. Lutz Depenbusch (2017). Essays on the gender price GAP and future global food requirements.
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  • Dr. Kathrin M. Demmler (2017). Nutrition transition in urban Kenya: The role of supermarkets and nutritional knowledge.
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  • Dr. Theresia Dominic (2015). Assessment of Strategic Management Practices in Small Agribusiness Firms in Tanzania
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  • Dr. Ayako Ebata (2015). Policy Interventions and Smallholder Market Linkage: Case Study from Nicaragua.
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  • Dr. Malte Ehrich (2017). Essays on effects of policy interventions in the realm of food standards, trade, and the German labour market.
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  • Dr. Sabine Fischer (2017) Contract Farming in Developing Countries - A Behavioral Perspective on Contract Choice and Compliance.
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  • Dr. Andrea Fongar (2018) Measuring nutrition: Comparing different nutritional assessment tools and analyzing intra-household inequality in rural Kenya.
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  • Dr. Hanna Freudenreich (2017). Risk, Insurance and Technology Adoption in Rural Development - Evidence from Southern Mexico.
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  • Dr. Nico Herforth (2015). Modern supply chains, social networks, and income effects among blackberry farmers in the Ecuadorian Andes.
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  • Dr. Hanna Ihli (2014). Decision Making under Uncertainty in Developed and Developing Countries: An Experimental Analysis of Farmers? Risk Attitude and Investment Behavior.
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  • Dr. Nelissa Jamora (2014). Price transmission in international rice markets.
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  • Dr. Lisa Jäckering (2018). Communication Networks and Nutrition-sensitive Extension in Rural Kenya: Essays on Centrality, Network Effects and Technology Adoption.
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  • Dr. Fatima Kareem (2016). Essays on the Implications of European Union Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures and Technical Barriers to Trade on African Exports.
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  • Dr. Simon Kimenju (2014). The nutrition transition, supermarkets, and nutritional outcomes in developing countries.
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  • Dr. Christine Gacheri Kiria Chege (2015). Impacts and Impact Dynamics of Smallholder Participation in High-Value Markets in Kenya.
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  • Dr. Marion Krämer (2017). Nutrition and Child Development in Low- and Middle-Income Countries - Evaluation of Three Micronutrient Interventions.
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  • Dr. Katharina Krumbiegel (2017). Social standards, worker welfare and women's empowerment in modern agri-food systems: A case study of horticultural wage workers in Ghana.
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  • Dr. Sebastian Kunte (2015). Contractual Relationships in the Absence of Formal Enforcement: Experimental Evidence from Germany and Kenya.
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  • Dr. Dirk H. Landmann (2018). Capacity development of small-scale farmers in developing countries: Analysis of preferences and the role of information and communication technologies.
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  • Dr. Dominic Lemken (2018). The Adoption of Legumes in Farmer and Consumer Settings.
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  • Dr. Amjad Masood (2015). GlobalGAP Certification and International Trade Flows.
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  • Dr. Eva-Marie Meemken (2017). Can Sustainability Standards Promote Socioeconomic Development in the Small Farm Sector? Insights from Coffee Producers in Uganda.
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  • Dr. Carolin Mengel (2014). Determinants of price transmission.
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  • Dr. Anna Müller (2015). Food safety standards in developing countries: Exploring the role of financial literacy.
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  • Dr. Conrad Murendo (2015). Mobile money adoption and household welfare in Uganda.
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  • Dr. Dennis Otieno Ochieng (2017). Supermarket contracts and household welfare in the small farm sector: Panel data evidence from Kenya.
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  • Dr. Sylvester Ogutu (2018). Agriculture-Nutrition Linkages in the Kenyan Small Farm Sector: The Role of Commercialization, Technology adoption, and Extension.
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  • Dr. Verena Otter (2014). Organizational structures in international high value food chains: evidence from Latin America. Göttingen: Cuvillier.
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  • Dr. Thai Thuy Pham (2017). Specialty Rice Adoption, Collective Action and Marketing Channel Choice: Insights from Vietnam.
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  • Dr. Ramona Rischke (2014). Essays on Food Security and the Nutrition Transition in Developing Countries.
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  • Dr. Cristina Maria Romero Granja (2015). An analysis of the dynamics of two high-value export chains: smallholder participation, standards and trust.
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  • Dr. Haruna Ahmad Sekabira (2017). Mobile Phone Technologies and their Impacts on Household Welfare and Rural Development in Uganda.
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  • Dr. Christoph D. Steffen (2017). Essays on Transaction Costs and Food Diversity in Developing Countries.
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  • Dr. Andras Tothmihaly (2017). Three essays on the economics of cocoa – The technical and environmental efficiency of Indonesian cocoa production.
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  • Dr. Marie von Meyer-Höfer (2014). Product Differentiation and Consumer Preferences for Sustainable Food.
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  • Dr. De Zhou (2014). Dynamic Food Demand in China and International Nutrition Transition.
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