Department of Agricultural Economics (BW27)

Mission: to stimulate basic, applied and innovative research on all socio-economic aspects of agriculture, nutrition, natural resources and rural development as a basis for excellence in education and decision support in business and government.
Themes:(1) natural resource management; (2) rural (development) economics and sociology; (3) business management; (4) agri-food marketing and supply chain management; (5) agricultural economics; (6) agricultural, food and environmental policy; (7) consumer behavior.
Social impact: apacity building, market research, decision support for policy and business.