ZEF theme: Economic change and vulnerability

Ongoing Doctoral Theses

Evia P.. Critical aspects of pro-poor policy design in Bolivia: micro and macro considerations. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn.
Hasan, M.. Investment in health within Agriculture-Water-Sanitation-Hygiene (AG-WATSAN) nexus for the rural households in Bangladesh. Doctoral Thesis at Faculty of Agriculture, Center for Development Research, University of Bonn.
Miranda Arana, J.. Land use decisions and environmental policy performance: Structural modeling of the Brazilian agricultural system for spatially explicit policy analysis at the forest frontier.
Sakketa, T.. Youth in agriculture, expected relative deprivation, expectation formations in the context of economic change: the future prospects of rural young people and Ethiopian agriculture. Doctoral Thesis at Faculty of Agriculture, Center for Development Research, University of Bonn.

Published Doctoral Theses

2016

Bamler, J. 2016. Value for the Vulnerable? Sustainable Smallholder Development in Northern Ghana and the Value Chains of Rice (Tomato and Chili). Doctoral Thesis at Geography, University of Köln. Further Information

2015

Baumüller, H. 2015. Agricultural Innovation and Service Delivery through Mobile Phones: Analyses in Kenya. Doctoral Thesis at Faculty of Agriculture. University of Bonn Further Information
Kornher, L.. 2015. Food price volatility: the role of stocks and trade. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn. Further Information
Viveros Añorve, J.. 2015. The opportunity cost of financing Oportunidades: a general equilibrium assessment for poverty reduction in Mexico. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn. Download [PDF | 5.95MB]

2014

Bekchanov, M. 2014. Efficient water allocation and water conservation policy modeling in the Aral Sea basin. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn. Further Information

2012

Tahmasebi, A. 2012. Pastoralism under Pressure: Vulnerability of Pastoral Nomads to Multiple Socio-political and Climate Stresses – The Shahsevan of Northwest Iran. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Math. & Nat. Science, University of Bonn. Further Information

2011

Kaplan, M. 2011. Agent-based modeling of land-use changes and vulnerability assessment in a coupled socio-ecological system in the coastal zone of Sri Lanka. Doctoral Thesis at Faculty of Math. & Nat. Science, University of Bonn. Further Information
Lassa, J. 2011. Institutional Vulnerability and the Governance of Disaster Risk Reduction: Macro, Meso and Micro Analysis. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn. Further Information
Suriya, K. 2011. An Economic Analysis of Community-based Tourism in Thailand. Doctoral hesis at Faculty of Economics, University of Göttingen. Further Information

2010

Schraven, B. 2010. Irrigate or migrate? Local livelihood adaptation in Northern Ghana in response to ecological changes and economic challenges. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Arts, University of Bonn. Further Information

2009

Oft, P. 2009. Can resilience be built through micro-finance tools? A case-study of coping and adaptation strategies to climate-related shocks in Piura, Peru. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Math. & Nat. Science, University of Bonn. Further Information
Philine, O.. 2009. Can resilience be built through micro-finance tools? A case-study of coping and adaptation strategies to climate-related shocks in Piura, Peru.. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Science, University of Bonn. Further Information
Shen, X. 2009. Flood risk perception and communication within risk management in different cultural contexts - a comparative case study between Wuhan, China, and Cologne, Germany. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Math. & Nat. Science, University of Bonn. Further Information

2008

Makoka, D. 2008. Risk, Risk Management and Vulnerability to Poverty in Rural Malawi. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Economics and Management, Univ. of Hannover. Cuvilier Verlag, Göttingen Further Information
Rayhan, M. 2008. Assessing Household Vulnerability and Coping Strategies to Floods: A Comparative Study of Flooded and Non-flooded Areas in Bangladesh, 2005. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Economics and Management, Univ. of Hannover. Further Information

2007

Velasquez Castellanos, I. 2007. Extreme Poverty: Vulnerability and Coping Strategies Among Indigenous People in Rural Areas of Bolivia. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Agriculture, University of Göttingen. Further Information

2006

Simtowe, F. 2006. Performance and Impact of Group based Credit in Rural Malawi. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Agriculture, University of Göttingen. Development Economics and Policy Series. 58. Peter Lang- Germany

2005

Abebaw, D. 2005. The Economics of Smallholder Coffee Farming Risk and Its Influence on Household Use of Forests in Southwest Ethiopia. Dissertation, Cuvillier Verlag Göttingen at Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn. Cuvillier Verlag, Göttingen

2003

Ziemek, S. 2003. The Economics of Volunteer Labor Supply: An Application to Countries of a Different Development Level. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Economics, University of Giessen. Download [PDF | 11.22KB]

2002

Köhling, W. 2002. Implications of India's Judicial System for Economic and Agricultural Growth and Poverty Reduction. Doctoral Thesis at Faculty of Agriculture, University of Kiel.
Lloyd-Williams, D. 2002. An Economic Analysis of Public Good Provision in rural Russia: the Case of Education and Health Care. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn. Download [PDF | 11.33KB]

2001

Feldbrügge, T. 2001. Economics of Emergency Relief Management in Developing Countries with Case Studies on Food Relief in Angola and Mozambique. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Agriculture, University of Kiel. Download [PDF | 0.00BB]

Ongoing Doctoral Theses

Canon Barriga, C.. Producing Flood Maps for different Climate Scenarios and Land-Use Configurations under Climate Change Uncertainty in order to analyze Risk-Mitigation Strategies. A Case in Colombia. Faculty of Agriculture, Universität Bonn. http://www.zef.de