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Master Colloquium

Welcome to the Master colloquium of the Chair of Environmental and Land Economics!

Once every month some graduates of our chair are going to present their current work progress. The idea is to introduce the research question, agenda, method and preliminary results at any state of work and receive feedback from the team of land economics and other MA students. This way current problems and questions can be discussed and the graduates can gain new input and suggestions for further procedure.

All those interested are kindly invited. We are looking forward to seeing you!

At 4 - 5:30 pm in room EB 416

The following dates are set:

Master Colloquium
date
presenters
topic
31.05.2018
Joe Marshall
The value of urban gardens
07.06.2018
Snigdha Kunder


Irving Vives Martínez

Assessing the economic value of the conservation of common toads using a Willingness to pay survey

Economic impact of tourism in protected areas - a case study of the Aeolian Islands, Italy

05.07.2018
Luisa Rau

Jessica Weir
Willingness to work in urban community gardens

Preferences for green building policies


19.10.2018
Lena Pfeifer




Irina Lim
The impact of weather extremes on public climate change awareness and willingness to mitigate in moderate climates: A spatio-temporal analysis

Regulating services of green roofs: cost-benefit analysis for Bremen
29.11.2018
Bas van Hoeve


Jack Tarpey
Maritime spatial planning in the North Sea region - future governance recommendations

Applying robust decision making to climate adaptation in port infrastructure - a case study on the port of Rotterdam
25.01.2019
Daniel Soto & Jess Weir

Yuhan Miao
Urban Tourists' Attitudes towards an Ecotax


Stated Preferences on the Value of Urban Green in Germany: how does the Survey's Consequentiality Influence the WTP?
28.02.2019
Bas van Hoeve


Yulaa Suh
Maritime spatial planning in the North Sea region - future governance recommendations
 
The Importance of River Naturalness for Recreational Use: The case of River Donau, Aller, and Nahe
26.04.2019
Bradyn Winiarski
How Valid is Valid Enough? A Review on Validity of Contingent Valuation for Damage Assessments

Ongoing Master theses

Kunder, Snigdha
Assessing the economic value of the conservation of common toads using a willingness to pay survey

Vitone, Sarah & Marshall, Joe
The value of urban gardens

 

 

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