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ZEF - Staff

Junior Researcher

Prof. Dr. Johannes Sauer

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Infrastructure as a factor for Economic Transformation and Development-Efficiency and Structural Policy: The Example of Rural Water Supply in Economies of Transition

Dissertation, Faculty of Agriculture, University Bonn. Logos-Verlag Berlin, 374 S. ,ISBN 3-8325-1049-4
Department ZEF B: Department of Economic and Technological Change
Contacts The University of Oxford Centre for Water Research (OCWR)
African Water Issues Research Unit (AWIRU), University of Pretoria
Institute for Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe (IAMO)
FEEM Venice
Imperial College London
German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes)
Sokoine Agricultural University Tanzania
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
PriceWaterhouseCoopers Germany
Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University Copenhagen
Department of Land Economics, Kings College Cambridge
Research countries - Ethiopia
- Germany
- Malawi
- Tanzania
Research topic quantitative efficiency and productivity analysis, microeconomic theory, econometric modelling, production and natural resource diversity, interdisciplinary modelling of water resource processes, optimal institutional arrangements for transboundary waters
Working groups External Senior Researcher

Sauer, J and J. M. Abdallah. 2007. Forest Diversity, Tobacco Production and Resource Management in Tanzania. Forest Policy and Economics, 9 (5): 421-439.

Sauer, J. and K. Frohberg. 2007. Allocative Efficiency of Rural Water Supply - A Globally Flexible SGM Cost Frontier. J. Prod. Anal., 27: 31-40.

Sauer, J., H. Tchale and P. Wobst. 2007. Alternative Soil Fertility Management Options in Malawi – An Economic Analysis. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 29 (3): 29-53.
Further Information:

Sauer, J., K. Frohberg and H. Hockmann. 2006. Stochastic Efficiency Measurement: The Curse of Theoretical Consistency. Journal of Applied Economics, Vol. 9, No. 1: 139-165.

Sauer, J. 2005. The Optimal Organisation of the Water Supplying Industry – An Economic Perspective. Journal of Economics and Statistics (JNST), 2:

Sauer, J. 2005. Theoretically Consistent Efficiency Analysis - Water Suppliers in Germany. Review of Economics (JfW), 3:

Sauer, J. 2005. Efficiency Flooding - Black-Box Frontiers and Policy Implications. International Journal of Applied Econometrics, 2 (1):

Sauer, J. 2005. Structural Inefficiency in the Water Sector - An Empirical Analysis. Journal of Applied Social Sciences Studies (Schmollers Jahrbuch), 125:

Sauer, J. 2005. Economies of Scale and Firm Size Optimum in Rural Water Supply. Water Resources Research, 41: W11418.
Further Information: doi:10.1029/2005WR004127

Sauer, J. 2005. Theory Matters! – Efficiency Measurement and Water Utilities. Water Science and Technology: Water Supply Volume, 5 (6): 251-261.

Sauer, J. 2004. Black-Box Frontiers and Implications for Development Policy - Theoretical Considerations. ZEF Discussion Paper Series, (92) 2004.

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