Dr. Nina Langen

Country of current residence

Germany

Current position

Professor

Current institute employer

Technische Universität Berlin

Since

2016

Website current institute

www.ibba.tu-berlin.de

Previous positions

2009 - 2015 Institute for Food and Resource Economics (ILR), University of Bonn

Awards

1st Advancement Award 2012 of the Competence Center NRW consumer research for her dissertation www.vz-nrw.de/nina-langen

Profession

Agricultural Economist

Specialisation

• Fair Trade und Charitable Giving • Cause-related Marketing • LOHAS und Ethical Consumption • Latent Class Analysis, Discrete Choice Analysis, Auctions • Information Display Board • Food Waste

Degrees / expertise

Dipl. ing. agr. (University of Bonn)

Professional experience

Junior Product Manager, Alnatura Produktions- und Handels GmbH

2012

Langen, N.  2012.  Ethics in Consumer Choice – An Empirical Analysis based on the Example of Coffee.  Doctoral thesis at  Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn.  Springer Gabler: Wiesbaden   Further Information

2011

Langen, N..  2011.  Are ethical consumption and charitable giving substitutes or not? Insights into consumers’ coffee choice.  Food Quality and Preference, 22: 412–421.   . Further Information
Langen, N.; Hartmann, M..  2011.  New forms of consumer power – Implications from the first Cologne Carrotmob..  Paper presented at the 5th International European Forum on System Dynamics and Innovation in Food Networks, February 14-18, 2011, Innsbruck-Igls, Austria.

2010

Langen, N; Grebitus, C; Hartmann, M..  2010.  Is there need for more transparency and efficiency in Cause-related Marketing.  Paper presented at the 4th International European Forum on System Dynamics and Innovation in Food Networks, February 8-12, 2010, Innsbruck-Igls, Austria
Langen, N..  2010.  Fairer Handel und Spenden aus Konsumentensicht.  In: Aichholzer, G. et al. (eds.): Technology Governance: Der Beitrag der Technikfolgenabschätzung. Gesellschaft - Technik - Umwelt.  
Langen, N., Grebitus, C. and M. Hartmann.  2010.  Is there need for more transparency and efficiency in cause-related Marketing?.  International Journal on Food System Dynamics, 1 (4)   . Further Information

2009

Grebitus, C., Hartmann, M. and Langen, N..  2009.  The ethical consumer’s willingness to pay for coffee: A comparison of donations, Fair Trade, organic, and cause-related marketing coffees.  Paper presented at the II Workshop on Valuation Methods in Agro-food and Environmental Economics “Experimental Auctions: Theoretical background and empirical applications”, Barcelona, 2nd -3 rd July 2009.
Langen, N..  2009.  Ethical coffee consumers’ willingness to pay: A comparison of Fair Trade, organic, and cause-related marketing coffees.  Paper presented at the EAAE PhD workshop 2009, Economics and Social Science Research in Food, Agriculture, Environment and Development, 10.-11. September 2009, Gießen.
Langen, N., Grebitus. C. and Hartmann, M..  2009.  Fair Trade and donations: two possibilities to contribute to poverty alleviation in daily purchase decisions.  Paper presented at the CCN sixth annual conference, 23-24 march 2009
Langen, N.; Grebitus, C.; Hartmann, M..  2009.  Fair Trade and Donations: two possibilities to contribute to poverty alleviation in daily purchase decisions – Do consumers care?.  In: Klein, A. and Thoresen, V. (eds.) (eds.): Making a Difference: Putting Consumer Citizenship into Action, Consumer Citizenship: Promoting New Responses. Vol. 5.   60-73. 
Nina Langen, Carola Grebitus, Monika Hartmann.  2009.  Do German consumers differentiate between Fair Trade certification and charitable giving.  Presented at the Tropentag 2009, International Conference on 'Biophysical and Socio-economic Frame Conditions for the Sustainable Management of Natural Resources', Hamburg, Germany, October 6-8, 2009.

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
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Research themes
  • Science Policy
Research countries
  • Germany
Working groups

Trade and Macro Group at ZEF

Professional experience
Junior Product Manager, Alnatura Produktions- und Handels GmbH
Degrees

Dipl. ing. agr. (University of Bonn)

Funding institutions

Robert Bosch Foundation

Research partners
Research affiliation

Institute of Food and Resource Economics

Department of Agricultural and Food Market Research

University of Bonn

 

www.ilr.uni-bonn.de

Doctoral research funded by

Robert Bosch Foundation

Nina Langen

Former Junior Researcher

Former Division/Group:
Economic and Technological Change

Office E-Mail:
nina.langen(at)tu-berlin.de