Dr. Pepijn Schreinemachers

Country of current residence

Thailand

Current position

Flagship Program Leader - Enabling Impact & Lead Scientist – Impact Evaluation

Current institute employer

AVRDC - The World Vegetable Center

Since

2012

Website current institute
Office address

AVRDC - The World Vegetable Center P.O. Box 1010 (Kasetsart), Bangkok 10903, Thailand

Office phone

+66 932 616160

Previous positions

2006 - 2012 Scientific Coordinator, University of Hohenheim, The Uplands Program, posted to Chiang Mai University, Thailand

Current donors

German Research Foundation (DFG)

Professional memberships

International Association of Agricultural Economists (IAAE)

Skills

Quantitative data analysis Computer modeling Farm household surveys Participatory research methods

Profession

Agricultural Economist

Specialisation

Farm household modeling Agent-based modeling Technology diffusion in agriculture Impact of HIV/Aids on agriculture

Degrees / expertise

B.Sc. (Development Studies)

Wageningen University

M.Sc. (Rural Development Economics)

Wageningen University

PhD (Agricultural Economics)

Bonn University

Professional experience

2000-2001

Short-term Consultant, The World Bank, Development Economics Research Group (DECRG), Washington, D.C.

2001-2006

Junior researcher, Center for Development Research (ZEF-Bonn)

2006-2009

Senior researcher, Dept. of Land Use Economics in the Tropics and Subtropics, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart

2009-

Research Coordinator, SFB564 (The Uplands Program), University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart. Outposted to Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

2009

Tipraqsa, P. and P. Schreinemachers.  2009.  Agricultural commercialization of Karen hill tribes in northern Thailand.  Agricultural Economics, 40   : 43-53   .

2008

Becu, N., A. Neef, P. Schreinemachers, C. Sangkapitux.  2008.  Participatory modeling to support collective decision-making: Potential and limits of stakeholder involvement.  Land Use Policy, 25   : 498–509   .

2007

Schreinemachers, P., T. Berger, J.B. Aune.  2007.  Simulating soil fertility and poverty dynamics in Uganda: a bioeconomic multi-agent systems approach.  Ecological Economics, 64   : 387-401   .

2006

Berger, T. and P. Schreinemachers.  2006.  Creating agents and landscapes for multiagent systems from random samples.  Ecology and Society, 11(2)   : 19   . Further Information
Berger, T., P. Schreinemachers and J. Woelcke.  2006.  Multi-agent Simulation for the Targetting of Developing Policies in Less-favored Areas.  Agricultural Systems, 88   : 28-43   .
Schreinemachers, P.  2006.  The (Ir)relevance of the Crop Yield Gap Concept to Food Security in Developing Countries. With an Aplication of Multi Agent Modeling to Farming Systems in Uganda.  Doctoral thesis at  Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn.  Further Information
Schreinemachers, P..  2006.  The (Ir)relevance of the crop yield gap to food security in developing countries. With an application of multi-agent modeling to farming systems in Uganda.  Cuvillier Verlag. Göttingen.
Schreinemachers, P. and T. Berger.  2006.  Land-use decision in developing countries and their representation in multi-agent systems.  Journal of Land Use Science, 1(1)   : 29-44   .

2005

Lerman, Z. and P. Schreinemachers.  2005.  Individual Farming as a Labour Sink: Evidence from Poland and Russia.  Comparative Economic Studies 47(4), : pp. 675-695   .

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
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Research themes
  • Land use and food security
Research countries
  • Uganda
  • Vietnam
  • Russia
  • Thailand
Working groups

Multi-Agent Systems Approach to Agro-ecological Development

Additional information

University of Hohenheim (490d), 70593 Stuttgart, Germany

Professional experience

2000-2001

Short-term Consultant, The World Bank, Development Economics Research Group (DECRG), Washington, D.C.

2001-2006

Junior researcher, Center for Development Research (ZEF-Bonn)

2006-2009

Senior researcher, Dept. of Land Use Economics in the Tropics and Subtropics, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart

2009-

Research Coordinator, SFB564 (The Uplands Program), University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart. Outposted to Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Degrees

B.Sc. (Development Studies)

Wageningen University

M.Sc. (Rural Development Economics)

Wageningen University

PhD (Agricultural Economics)

Bonn University

Contacts

Chiang Mai University

International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Kasetsart University Bangkok

Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB)

Seoul National University

Thai Nguyen University of Agriculture and Forestry

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The World Bank

University of Hohenheim

Wageningen University

Research affiliation

Center for Development Research (ZEF-Bonn)

Department of Economics and Technological Change

Doctoral research funded by

Robert Bosch Foundation

Pepijn Schreinemachers

Former Junior Researcher

Former Department :

Office E-Mail:
P.Schreinemachers(at)uni-hohenheim.de