Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Economics of Agricultural Cooperatives

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Thaer-Institute | Economics of Agricultural Cooperatives | Young academics | Doctoral Certificate Program in Agricultural Economics

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Since 2005 the Doctoral Certificate Program in Agricultural Economics offers the first permanent, structured training of doctoral students in the field of agricultural and food economics in Germany. The aim of the Program is to increase educational quality and efficiency in dealing with dissertation topics through systematic instruction in relevant theory and methods. Following Bachelor’s and Master’s studies, this doctoral program represents a third step in a consecutive education in agricultural, food and environmental economics.

For more information about the course of study, admission and registration for particular modules please check the website of the Doctoral Certificate Program in Agricultural Economics [link].

Prof. Dr. Hanisch also contributes to the comprehensive set of modules. The module 'Theory, Analysis and Empirical Study of Institutions and Organisations 1' will probably be offered again in September 2017. 
For more information please check the module description [link]