Jun.-Prof. Jan Börner

Research themes
  • Environmental and climate change
  • Ecosystem services
  • Sustainable use of biological resources
Research countries
  • Brazil
  • Indonesia
  • Kenya
  • Peru
Research topic
Environmental and Tropical Forest Policy Analysis
Working groups

Our working groups deals with questions on the optimal choice and design of environmental and tropical forest conservation policies with a specific focus on the Amazon region.

Teaching

Impact Evaluation of Conservation and Development Policies and Initiatives (ENV-130)

Research Seminar on Environmental Economics and Policy (ENV-300)

Advanced Environmental Economics (ENV-210)

Environmental and Resource Economics Modules in ZEF's Doctoral Studies Program

Additional Information:

For all publications visit my Google Scholar Profile

Tutorship of doctoral candidates

Margarita Quiros Garzon, University of Bonn

Supervision of
ongoing doctoral theses

Marina Londres, University of Florida

Marco Elías Cisneros Tersitsch, University of Bonn

Hugo Rosa da Conceição, University of Bonn

Johannes Schielein, University of Bonn

Javier Miranda, University of Bonn

Galia Figueroa Alfonso, University of Bonn

Renzo Giudice Granados, University of Bonn

Salwa Haddad, University of Bonn

Gabriel Frey, University of Bonn

Silke Heuser, UNU-MERIT

Supervision of
completed doctoral theses

Dawit Diriba Guta, University of Bonn

Vanesa Rodríguez Osuna, Leipzig University

Degrees

M.Sc. in International Agricultural Sciences (Humboldt University, Berlin);

Dr. agr. (University of Bonn)

Funding institutions

Robert Bosch Foundation

NRW Bioeconomy Science Center (BioSC)

Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)

Contacts

Email: jborner(at)uni-bonn.de

2016

Baylis K., J. Honey‐Rosés, J. Börner, E. Corbera, D. Ezzine‐de‐Blas, P. Ferraro, R. Lapeyre, U.M. Persson, A. Pfaff, S. Wunder. 2016. Mainstreaming impact evaluation in nature conservation. Conservation Letters, 9(1): 58-64. (Open Access) Further Information
Bolte, A., Börner, J., Bräsicke, N., Degen, B., Dieter, M., Saake, B., Schneider, B.U.. 2016. Perspektiven der Forst- und Holzwirtschaft in Deutschland. Further Information
Börner, J., S. Wunder and R. Guidice. 2016. Will up-scaled forest conservation incentives in the Peruvian Amazon produce cost-effective and equitable outcomes?. Environmental Conservation, in press. Further Information
Fogliano de Souza Cunha, F.A., Börner, J., Wunder, S., Nunes Cosenza, A.C., Lucena, A.. 2016. The implementation costs of forest conservation policies in Brazil. Ecological Economics, 130: 209-220. Further Information

2015

Börner, J., E. Marinho and S. Wunder. 2015. Mixing Carrots and Stickstoff Conserve Forests in the Brazilian Amazon: A Spatial Probabilistic Modeling Approach.. PLOS ONE, 10(2): e0116846. (Open Access) Further Information
Börner, J., G. Shively, S. Wunder and M. Wyman. 2015. How Do Rural Households Cope with Economic Shocks? Insights from Global Data using Hierarchical Analysis. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 66(2): 392-414. Further Information
Börner, J., K. Kis-Katos, J. Hargrave and K. König. 2015. Post-Crackdown Effectiveness of Field-Based Forest Law Enforcement in the Brazilian Amazon.. PLOS ONE, 10(4): e0121544. (Open Access) Further Information
Cisneros, E., S. L. Zhou and J. Börner. 2015. Naming and Shaming for Conservation: Evidence from the Brazilian Amazon.. PLOS ONE, 10(9): e0136402. (Open Access) Further Information
Guta, D., Börner, J.. 2015. Energy security, uncertainty, and energy resource use option in Ethiopia: A sector modelling approach. Further Information
Mirzabaev, A., D. Guta, J. Goedecke, V. Gaur, J. Börner, D. Virchow, M. Denich and J. von Braun. 2015. Bioenergy, food security and poverty reduction: trade-offs and synergies along the water–energy–food security nexus.. Water International, 40(5-6): 1-19. Further Information
Noack, F. Wunder, S., Angelsen, A., Börner, J.. 2015. Responses to weather and climate : a cross-section analysis of rural incomes. World Bank Report No. WPS7478. Further Information
Rosa da Conceição, H., Börner, J., Wunder, S.. 2015. Why were upscaled incentive programs for forest conservation adopted? Comparing policy choices in Brazil, Ecuador, and Peru. Ecosystem Services, 16: 243-252. Further Information

2014

Angelsen, A., Jagger, P., Babigumira, R., Belcher, B., Hogarth, N., Bauch, S., Börner, J., Smith-Hall, C., and S. Wunder. 2014. Environmental Income and Rural Livelihoods: A Global-Comparative Analysis. World Development, 64 Supplement 1: S12-S28. (Open Access) Further Information
Börner, J., Wunder, S., Wertz-Kanounnikoff, S., Hyman, G., Nascimento, N.. 2014. Forest law enforcement in the Brazilian Amazon: costs and income effects. Global Environmental Change, 29: 294-305. Further Information
Duchelle, A. E., A. M. Almeyda Zambrano, S. Wunder, J. Börner and K. A. Kainer. 2014. Smallholder Specialization Strategies along the Forest Transition Curve in Southwestern Amazonia. World Development, 64 Supplement 1: S149-S158. (Open Access) Further Information
Duchelle, A. E., M. Cromberg, M. F. Gebara, R. Guerra, T. Melo, A. Larson, P. Cronkleton, J. Börner, E. Sills, S. Wunder, S. Bauch, P. May, G. Selaya and W. D. Sunderlin. 2014. Linking Forest Tenure Reform, Environmental Compliance, and Incentives: Lessons from REDD+ Initiatives in the Brazilian Amazon. World Development, 55: 53-67. Further Information
Lambin, E.F., P. Meyfroidt, X. Rueda, A. Blackman, J. Börner, P.O. Cerutti, T. Dietsch, L. Jungmann, P. Lamarque and J. Lister. 2014. Effectiveness and synergies of policy instruments for land use governance in tropical regions. Global Environmental Change, 28: 129-140. Further Information
Rodríguez Osuna, V., Börner, J., Cunha, M.. 2014. Scoping Adaptation Needs for Smallholders in the Brazilian Amazon: A Municipal Level Case Study. Change Adaptation Socioecol. Syst. (CASES), 1(1): 12-25. Further Information
Rodríguez Osuna, V., Börner, J., Cunha, M.. 2014. Small-Scale Producers, Risk and Climate Change in an Amazonian Municipality. In: Lac, S., McHenry, M.P. (eds.): Climate Change and Forest Ecosystems. Climate change and its causes, effect and prediction. Nova Publishers Inc.. 135-151. Further Information
Wunder, S., J. Börner, G. Shively and M. Wyman. 2014. Safety Nets, Gap Filling and Forests: A Global-Comparative Perspective. World Development, 64 Supplement 1: S29-S42. (Open Access) Further Information

2013

Börner, J. and S. Vosti. 2013. Managing Tropical Forest Ecosystem Services: An Overview of Options. In: R. Muradian and L. Rival (eds.): Governing the Provision of Ecosystem Services. Springer. 21-46.
Börner, J., Higgins, S.I., Scheiter, S. and J. Kantelhardt. 2013. Approximating Optimal Numerical Solutions to Bio-economic Systems: How useful is Simulation-Optimization?. Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture, 52(3): 179-198.
Börner, J., S. Wunder, F. Reimer, R.Y. Bakkegaard, V. Viana, J. Tezza, T. Pinto, L. Lima and S. Marostica. 2013. Promoting Forest Stewardship in the Bolsa Floresta Programme: Local Livelihood Strategies and Preliminary Impacts. CIFOR, FAS, ZEF. Bonn, Germany. Further Information
Figueiredo, R. de O., Börner, J. and E.A. Davidson. 2013. Watershed services payments to small-holders in the Brazilian Amazon: challenges and perspectives. Revista Ambiente & Água , 8(2): 6-17.
Prado Córdova, J., S. Wunder, C. Smith-Hall and J. Börner. 2013. Rural Income and Forest Reliance in Highland Guatemala. Environmental Management, 51(5): 1034-1043.

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Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
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CV Jan Boerner_2015_web.pdf [PDF | 46.13KB]

Jan Börner

Senior Researcher

E-Mail:
jborner(at)uni-bonn.de

Phone:
+49-228-73-1873

Department:
ZEF b