Dr. Lucie Andeltova

Country of current residence

Germany

Current position

Desk Officer (Referentin)/Project Manager

Current institute employer

Federal Office for Agriculture and Food (BLE), Unit „European Research Affairs“

Since

2017

Website current institute

www.ble.de

Previous positions

Project Assistant, BIOTA East Africa, ZEF

Junior consultant/Science Desk Officier, the Economics of Land Degradation Secreteriat (ELD), GIZ

Profession

Agricultural Engineer

Specialisation

Payments for ecosystem services, social and gender aspects of conversation

Degrees / expertise

MA International Area Studies, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic BBA, Czech Management Institute, Prague, Czech Republic

Supervisors of
doctoral work

Prof. Dr. Karin Holm-Müller, Agric. Fac. University Bonn; Prof. Dr. Joachim von Braun, ZEF

Advisor at ZEF

Dr. Tobias Wünscher, ZEF

2019

Lucie Andeltová, Delia C. Catacutan, Tobias Wünscher, Karin Holm-Müller.  2019.  Gender aspects in action- and outcome-based payments for ecosystem services—A tree planting field trial in Kenya.  Ecosystem Services , 35 : 13-22 . Further Information

2017

Andeltova, L.  2017.  Action-based and outcome-based payments for environmental services: An experimental auction for tree plantings contracts in Kenya.  Doctoral thesis at  Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn.  Further Information

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
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Research themes
  • Governance
  • Knowledge
Research countries
  • Kenya
Degrees

MA International Area Studies, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic BBA, Czech Management Institute, Prague, Czech Republic

Doctoral research funded by

DAAD Regional Program, BMBF (BIOTA) and Dr. Hermann Eiselen Doctoral Programm of the Foundation fiat panis

Supervisors of
doctoral work

Prof. Dr. Karin Holm-Müller, Agric. Fac. University Bonn; Prof. Dr. Joachim von Braun, ZEF

Advisor at ZEF

Dr. Tobias Wünscher, ZEF

Lucie Andeltova

Former Junior Researcher

Former Department:
ZEF B: Department of Economic and Technological Change