AFEPA Alumni Academic Publications

The Alumni of the AFEPA programme are very prolific in terms of academic, peer-reviewed publications.

AuthorsYearTitleJournal
Ankamah-Yeboah, I., Jacobsen, J. B., Olsen, S. B., Nielsen, M., & Nielsen, R.2019The Impact of Animal Welfare and Environmental Information on the Choice of Organic Fish: An Empirical Investigation of German Trout ConsumersMarine Resource Economics, 34(3), 000-000
Ankamah-Yeboah, I., Nielsen, M., & Nielsen, R. 2019Does Organic Supply Growth Lead to Reduced Price Premiums? The Case of Salmonids in DenmarkMarine Resource Economics, 34(2), 105-121
Nielsen, M., Ankamah-Yeboah, I., Staahl, L., & Nielsen, R.2018Price transmission in the trans-atlantic northern shrimp value chainMarine Policy, 93, 71-79
Ankamah-Yeboah, I., Jacobsen, J. B., & Olsen, S. B. 2018Innovating out of the fishmeal trap: The role of insect-based fish feed in consumers’ preferences for fish attributesBritish Food Journal, 120(10), 2395-2410
Ankamah-Yeboah, I., & Bronnmann, J. 2018Market integration in the crustaceans market: Evidence from GermanyMarine Policy, 87, 72-77
Ankamah-Yeboah, I., Ståhl, L., & Nielsen, M.2017Market integration of cold and warmwater shrimp in EuropeMarine resource economics, 32(4), 371-390
Ankamah-Yeboah, I., & Bronnmann, J. 2017Asymmetries in import-retail cost pass-through: Analysis of the seafood value chain in GermanyAquaculture Economics & Management, 21(1), 71-87
Ankamah-Yeboah, I., Nielsen, M., & Nielsen, R. 2017Price formation of the salmon aquaculture futures marketAquaculture Economics & Management, 21(3), 376-399
Ankamah-Yeboah, I., Nielsen, M., & Nielsen, R.2016Price premium of organic salmon in Danish retail saleEcological Economics, 122, 54-60
Bronnmann, J., Ankamah-Yeboah, I., & Nielsen, M. 2016Market integration between farmed and wild fish: Evidence from the whitefish market in GermanyMarine Resource Economics, 31(4), 421-432
Böhringer, C., Cuntz, A., Harhoff, D., & Asane-Otoo, E.2017The impact of the German feed-in tariff scheme on innovation: Evidence based on patent filings in renewable energy technologiesEnergy Economics, 67, 545-553
Anger, N., Asane-Otoo, E., Böhringer, C., & Oberndorfer, U.2016Public interest versus interest groups: a political economy analysis of allowance allocation under the EU emissions trading schemeInternational Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 16(5), 621-638
Asane-Otoo, E.2016Competition policies and environmental quality: Empirical analysis of the electricity sector in OECD countriesEnergy Policy, 95, 212-223
Asane-Otoo, E.2015Carbon footprint and emission determinants in AfricaEnergy 82, 426-435
Asane-Otoo, E., & Schneider, J.2015Retail fuel price adjustment in Germany: A threshold cointegration approachEnergy Policy, 78, 1-10
Boansi, D., Tambo, J. A., & Müller, M.2019Intra-seasonal risk of agriculturally-relevant weather extremes in West African Sudan SavannaTheoretical and applied climatology, 135(1-2), 355-373
Chen, W., Lau, C. K. M., Boansi, D., & Bilgin, M. H.2017Effects of trade cost on the textile and apparel market: evidence from Asian countriesThe Journal of The Textile Institute, 108(6), 971-986
Boansi, D.2017Effect of Climatic and Non-Climatic Factors on Cassava Yields in Togo: Agricultural Policy ImplicationsClimate, 5(2), 28
Boansi, D., Tambo, J. A., & Müller, M.2017Analysis of farmers’ adaptation to weather extremes in West African Sudan SavannaWeather and climate extremes, 16, 1-13
Boansi, D., & Favour, R. M.2015Why the persistent increase in Ghana’s Rice imports? Prescriptions for future rice policyAsian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics and Sociology, 7(4), 1-21
Boansi, D., Lokonon, B. O. K., & Appah, J.2014Cotton Lint Export Trade in the Midst of Distortion: What are the Competitiveness Statuses of Major Players in the Industry? Case of 12 Selected CountriesJournal of Economics, Management and Trade, 1785-1803
Boansi, D.,OdilonKounagbéLokonon, B., & Appah, J. 2014Determinants of agricultural export trade: case of fresh pineapple exports from GhanaJournal of Economics, Management and Trade, 1736-1754
Boansi, D., Lokonon, B. O. K., & Appah, J.2014Co-integration analysis of the determinants of cotton lint exports from MaliAsian J. Agricultural Extension. Economics and Sociology, 3(6), 544-561
Boansi, D.2014Comparative performance of agricultural export trade: During and postagricultural diversification project in GhanaBritish Journal of Economics, Management & Trade, 4(10), 1501-1511
Boansi, D.2014Yield response of rice in Nigeria: A co-integration analysisAmerican Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, 2(2), 15-24
Boansi, D.2013Rice yields in Ghana: Macro-level response and some prescriptionsJournal Issues ISSN, 2350, 1561
Boansi, D.2013Competitiveness and determinants of cocoa exports from GhanaInternational Journal of Agricultural Policy and Research, 1(9), 236-254
Boansi, D. & Crentsil, C. 2013Competitiveness and determinants of coffee exports, producer price and production for EthiopiaMunich Personal RePEc Archive Paper, 6(48869)
Borge, L. & Bröring, S. 2018What affects technology transfer in emerging knowledge areas? A multi-stakeholder concept mapping study in the bioeconomyThe Journal of Technology Transfer, 1-31
Čapkovičová, A.2016Transformation of the employment base in Czech rural regionsRegional Studies, Regional Science, 3(1), 229-238
Čapkovičová, A., & Hlavsa, T.2015Approaching the service-based economy: regionally differentiated employment growth in CzechiaStudies in Agricultural Economics, 117(1), 10-19
Hrabak, J., & Čapkovičová, A.2015Differentiation of Czech countryside in light of the OECD typologyRural Areas and Development, 12(740-2019-3058), 35-50
Trantinova, M., Hlavsa, T., Čapkovičová, A., & Hrabak, J.2015What factors affect the use of rural development subsidy funds for the period 2007-2013, Axis III and IVRural Areas and Development, 12(740-2019-3066), 165-178
Čapkovičová, A., & Hrabak, J.2014How does the CAP cope with the problem of rural employment? The examples of selected EU countriesRural Areas and Development, 11(740-2019-3023), 11-25
Hlavsa, T., & Čapkovičová, A.2013Analysis of the EU Territorial Differences in Terms of Natural Conditions with Special View of Czech Nuts 2 RegionsEuropean Countryside, 5(3), 182-196
Čapkovičová, A.2013Contemporary thoughts on responsibilities devoted to economic and social development between public and private sectorActa Scientiarum Polonorum. Oeconomia, 12(4)
Dogbe, W., & Gil, J. M. 2019Linking risk attitudes, time preferences, and body mass index in CataloniaEconomics & Human Biology, 35, 73-81
Dogbe, W., & Gil, J. M. 2018Effectiveness of a carbon tax to promote a climate-friendly food consumptionFood Policy, 79(C), 235-246
Ahmed, J. U., Fatema, K., & Marium, B. 2018Profitability of Agar Oil Production in Maulvibazar District of Bangladesh: An Economic AnalysisStamford Journal of Economics, 51
Rahman, M. C., Bashar, M. A., Kabir, M. F., Kaysar, M. I., & Fatema, K.2013Estimating the technical efficiency of maize production in a selected area of BangladeshInternational Journal of Innovative Research and Development, 2(11), 449-456
Fatema, K., & Miah, T. H. 2011Rice versus shrimp farming in Khulna District of Bangladesh: Interpretations of field-level dataBangladesh Journal of Agricultural Economics, 34(454-2016-36683), 129-140
Dietz, T., Estrella Chong, A., Grabs, J., & Kilian, B. 2019How Effective is Multiple Certification in Improving the Economic Conditions of Smallholder Farmers? Evidence from an Impact Evaluation in Colombia’s Coffee BeltThe Journal of Development Studies, 1-20
Grabs, J., & Ponte, S.2019The evolution of power in the global coffee value chain and production networkJournal of Economic Geography
Dietz, T., Grabs, J., & Chong, A. E. 2019Mainstreamed voluntary sustainability standards and their effectiveness: Evidence from the Honduran coffee sectorRegulation & Governance
Dietz, T., Auffenberg, J., Chong, A. E., Grabs, J., & Kilian, B. 2018Indicators to compare and assess the institutional strength of voluntary sustainability standards in the global coffee industryData in brief, 19, 570-585
Dietz, T., Auffenberg, J., Chong, A. E., Grabs, J., & Kilian, B. 2018The Voluntary Coffee Standard Index (VOCSI). Developing a Composite Index to Assess and Compare the Strength of Mainstream Voluntary Sustainability Standards in the Global Coffee IndustryEcological economics, 150, 72-87
Dietz, T., Estrella Chong, A., Font Gilabert, P., & Grabs, J.2018Women’s empowerment in rural Honduras and its determinants: insights from coffee communities in Ocotepeque and CopanDevelopment in Practice, 28(1), 33-50
Grabs, J.2018Assessing the institutionalization of private sustainability governance in a changing coffee sectorRegulation & Governance
Grabs, J., Langen, N., Maschkowski, G., & Schäpke, N. 2016Understanding role models for change: a multilevel analysis of success factors of grassroots initiatives for sustainable consumptionJournal of Cleaner Production, 134, 98-111
Grabs, J., Kilian, B., Hernández, D. C., & Dietz, T. 2016Understanding coffee certification dynamics: a spatial analysis of voluntary sustainability standard proliferationInternational Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 19(1030-2016-83133), 31-56
Grabs, J.2015The rebound effects of switching to vegetarianism. A microeconomic analysis of Swedish consumption behaviorEcological Economics, 116, 270-279
Larvoe, N., Maes, D., & Van Passel, S. 2017Market power estimation methods in the agri-food sector: an assessment under Porter’s competitive forcesProceedings of the 18h PhD Symposium ‘Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics’
Al-Hassan Ramatu. A.,Larvoe, N. and Abigail. A. Adaku 2014Hedonic Price Analysis of Dressed Chicken in GhanaInternational Journal of Business and Social Science. 5(12): 215-223
Lorenz, B. A. S., Langen, N., Hartmann, M., & Klink-Lehmann, J.2018Decomposing attitudes towards food leftovers: Implications for general attitude, intention and behaviorBritish Food Journal, 120(11), 2498-2509
Lorenz, B. A. S. and Langen N. 2017Determinants of how individuals choose, eat and waste: Providing common ground to enhance sustainable food consumption out-of-homeInternational Journal of Consumer Studies, 42(1), 35-75
Lorenz, B. A. S., Hartmann, M., Hirsch, S., Kanz, O. and Langen, N.2017Determinants of Plate Leftovers in One German Catering CompanySustainability, 9(5): 807
Lorenz, B. A. S., Hartmann, M; and Langen, N. 2017What makes people leave their food? The interaction of personal and situational factors leading to plate leftovers in canteensAppetite, 116(1): 45-56
Lorenz, B. A. S., Hartmann, M. and Simons, J.2015Impacts from Region-of-Origin Labeling on Consumer Product Perception and Purchasing Intention - Causal Relationships in a TPB based ModelFood Quality and Preference, 45:149-157
Schut, M., Kamanda, J., Gramzow, A., Dubois, T., Stoian, D., Andersson, J. A., Sartas M..... & Brouwer, H.2019Innovation platforms in agricultural research for development: Ex-ante appraisal of the purposes and conditions under which innovation platforms can contribute to agricultural development outcomesExperimental Agriculture, 55(4), 575-596
Sartas M., Schut, M., Hermans, F., van Asten, P., & Leeuwis, C.2018Effects of multi-stakeholder platforms on multi-stakeholder innovation networks: Implications for research for development interventions targeting innovations at scalePloS one, 13(6)
Chiwona-Karltun, L., Kimanzu, N., Clendenning, J., Lodin, J. B., Ellingson, C., Lidestav, G., Sartas M..... & Petrokofsky, G. 2017What is the evidence that gender affects access to and use of forest assets for food security? A systematic map protocolEnvironmental Evidence, 6(1), 2
Hermans, F., Sartas M., Van Schagen, B., van Asten, P., & Schut, M.2017Social network analysis of multi-stakeholder platforms in agricultural research for development: Opportunities and constraints for innovation and scalingPloS one, 12(2)
Schut, M., Klerkx, L., Sartas M., Lamers, D., Mc Campbell, M., Ogbonna, I., ... & Leeuwis, C.2016Innovation platforms: experiences with their institutional embedding in agricultural research for developmentExperimental Agriculture, 52(4), 537-561
Schut, M., van Asten, P., Okafor, C., Hicintuka, C., Mapatano, S., Nabahungu, N. L., ... & Sartas M.2016Sustainable intensification of agricultural systems in the Central African Highlands: The need for institutional innovationAgricultural Systems, 145, 165-176
Szécsényi-Nagy, A., Brandt, G., Haak, W., Keerl, V., Jakucs, J., Möller-Rieker, S., Tibor M. ... & Osztás, A.2015Tracing the genetic origin of Europe's first farmers reveals insights into their social organizationProceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 282(1805), 20150339
Usman, M. A., Gerber, N., & Pangaribowo, E. H. 2018Drivers of microbiological quality of household drinking water–a case study in rural EthiopiaJournal of water and health, 16(2), 275-288
Usman, M. A., & Haile, M. G.2017Producer to retailer price transmission in cereal markets of EthiopiaFood Security, 9(4), 815-829
Haile, M. G., Kalkuhl, M., & Usman, M. A.2015Market information and smallholder farmer price expectationsAfrican Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 10(311-2016-5639), 297-311
Woldeyohanes, T., Heckelei, T., & Surry, Y.2017Effect of off‐farm income on smallholder commercialization: panel evidence from rural households in EthiopiaAgricultural Economics, 48(2), 207-218
Thrän, D., Arendt, O., Banse, M., Braun, J., Fritsche, U., Gärtner, S., Wolf, V., ... & Rettenmaier, N. 2017Strategy Elements for a Sustainable Bioenergy Policy Based on Scenarios and Systems Modeling: Germany as ExampleChemical Engineering & Technology, 40(2), 211-226
Thrän, D., Schaldach, R., Millinger, M., Wolf, V., Arendt, O., Ponitka, J., ... & Schüngel, J.2016The MILESTONES modeling framework: An integrated analysis of national bioenergy strategies and their global environmental impactsEnvironmental modelling & software, 86, 14-29
Wolf, V., & Haß, M. 2019World Markets for Sugar and Starch: Status and ProspectsEnergy from Organic Materials (Biomass) A Volume in the Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology, Second Edition, 225-260
(AFEPA graduates are marked in bold letters)