Corinna Hoffmann, M.Sc.

  • Institutional economic approaches in forestry
  • Application of organizational theory approaches in forest contexts
  • Business model analysis in forestry
  • Evaluation of digitization technologies and Industry 4.0 - applications in the forest-wood supply chain
  • Economic analyses of organizational forms in small-scale private forestry

Analysis of current challenges in forestry with the help of institutional economic approaches

since 2019 Research associate and PhD student at the Department of Forest Economics and Sustainable Land Use Planning, Georg-August-University of Göttigen, Germany (Frau Prof. Dr. Paul)
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2017 - 2019 Study of Forestry and Forest Ecology - Emphasis: Forest operation and utilization at the Georg-August-University Göttingen

Degree: Master of Science

Certificate: Studium Oecologicum

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2014 - 2017 Study of Forest Sciences and Forest Ecology at the Georg-August-University Göttingen

Degree: Bachelor of Science

Certificate: Forest Education

  • Bachelor thesis: "Institutional economic analysis of raw wood sales in Germany with a special focus on wood measurement - an explorative case study based on expert interviews"
  • Bachelor thesis: "Systematic comparison of sales and payment terms for timber sales in Germany"
  • Bachelor thesis: "Changes in German timber sales over the last 15 years - an institutional economic analysis"
  • Master thesis: "Changed logging behavior due to different grading of wood and use of digitization techniques in wood measurement"
  • Master thesis: "Industry 4.0 in the forest-wood supply chain"
  • Master thesis: "Modelling of forestry utilisation decisions against the background of the respective objectives and framework of different small private forest types"
  • Master thesis: "Analysis of business models of involved stakeholder groups in the forest-wood supply chain for the targeted implementation of digitalisation technologies/Industry 4.0"