RTG 1666: Transformation of Global Agri-Food Systems
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GlobalFood Discussion Paper Series


GlobalFood Discussion Papers are research outputs from RTG participants and partners. They are meant to stimulate discussion, so that comments are welcome. Most manuscripts that appear as Discussion Papers are also formally submitted for publication in a journal.

GlobalFood Discussion Paper Series ISSN: 2192-3248



  • No. 85: The Role of Private Standards for Manufactured Food Exports from Developing Countries (August 2016) Malte Ehrich, Axel Mangelsdorf (download as PDF)

  • No. 84: Protecting Health or Protecting Imports? Evidence from EU Non-Tariff Barriers (July 2016) Fatima Olanike Kareem, Inmaculada Martinez-Zarzoso, Bernhard Brümmer (download as PDF)

  • No. 83: Small farmers' preferences for the design of certification schemes: Does gender matter? (May 2016) Eva-Marie Meemken, Prakashan Chellattan Veettil, Matin Qaim (download as PDF)

  • No. 82: Mobile Money, Agricultural Marketing, and Off-Farm Income in Uganda (April 2016). Haruna Sekabira, Matin Qaim (download as PDF)

  • No. 81: BMI Growth Rates and the Nutrition Transition: The Role of Income, Inequality and Income Growth in Russia (March 2016). Iris Butzlaff (download as PDF)

  • No. 80: Farm production diversity and dietary quality: Linkages and measurement issues (March 2016). Kibrom T. Sibhatu, Matin Qaim (download as PDF)

  • No. 79: Measure consumer preferences for pork attributes under different media coverage in China (February 2016). Zhen Yan, Xiaohua Yu, Jiehong Zhou (download as PDF)

  • No. 78: Understanding the Drivers of Overweight and Obesity in Developing Countries: The Case of South Africa (February 2016). Iris Butzlaff, Dimitrios Minos (download as PDF)

  • No. 77: Fitting the Gravity Model when Zero Trade Flows are Frequent: a Comparison of Estimation Techniques using Africa's Trade Data (January 2016). Fatima Olanike Kareem, Inmaculada Martinez-Zarzoso, Bernhard Brümmer. (download as PDF)

  • No. 76: Mobile money and household food security in Uganda (January 2016). Conrad Murendo and Meike Wollni. (download as PDF)

  • No. 75: Coming home without supplies:Impact of household needs on bribe involvement and gender gaps (January 2016). Edward Asiedu. (download as PDF)

  • No. 74: Food Safety Standards, Compliance and European Union's Rejection of African Exports: The role of Domestic Factors (October 2015). Fatima Olanike Kareem, Bernhard Brümmer and Inmaculada Martinez-Zarzoso.
    (download as PDF)

  • No. 73: The ability of organisations to adopt foreign food standards (October 2015). Malte Ehrich and Sebastian Hess. (download as PDF)

  • No. 72: The Ethiopian Commodity Exchange and spatial price dispersion. (September 2015). Camilla Andersson, Mintewab Bezabih and Andrea Mannberg. (download as PDF)

  • No. 71: Supplier dynamics in horticultural export chains - Evidence from Ecuador. Revised version. (September 2015). Cristina Romero and Meike Wollni (download as PDF)

  • No. 70:The effect of opportunistic behavior on trust: An experimental approach (June 2015). Cristina Romero and Meike Wollni (download as PDF)

  • No. 69: Risky Environments, Hidden Knowledge, and Preferences for
    Contract Flexibility: An Artefactual Field Experiment (May 2015). Sebastian Kunte and Meike Wollni (download as PDF)

  • No. 68: Food safety standards in the Guatemalan fresh pea sector:
    The role of financial literacy in technology adoption (May 2015). Anna K. Müller and
    Ludwig Theuvsen (download as PDF)

  • No. 67: Do development projects link smallholders to markets? (May 2015). Ayako Ebata and Silke Hüttel (download as PDF)

  • No. 66: Predicting Welfare Effects of Food Price Shocks. A Comparative Analysis (April 2015). Ramona Rischke (download as PDF)

  • No. 65: Livestock as an Imperfect Buff er Stock in Poorly Integrated Markets (March 2015). Simon Lange and Malte Reimers (download as PDF)

  • No. 64: Agribusiness Firm Resources and Performance: The Mediating Role of Strategic Management Practices (March 2015). Theresia Dominic and Ludwig Theuvsen (download as PDF)

  • No. 63: Financial literacy and food safety standards in Guatemala: The heterogeneous impact of GlobalGAP on farm income (February 2015). Anna K. Müller and Ludwig Theuvsen (download as PDF)

  • No. 62: Why the Norwegians do not drink Organic Milk - An analysis of differences in the consumption of organic milk in Germany and Norway (February 2015). Ann-Kristin von Saurma-Jeltsch, Marie von Meyer-Höfer (download as PDF)

  • No. 61: The Implication of European Union's Food Regulations on Developing Countries: Food Safety Standards, Entry Price System and Africa's Export (February 2015). Fatima Olanike Kareem, Bernhard Brümmer, Inmaculada Martinez-Zarzoso (download as PDF)

  • No. 60: Sustainable food consumption in China and India (February 2015). Marie von Meyer-Höfer, Andrea Maria Juarez Tijerino, Achim Spiller (download as PDF)

  • No. 59: Matching Food with Mouths: A Statistical Explanation to the Abnormal Decline of Per Capita Food Consumption in Rural China (February 2015). Xiaohua Yu, David Abler (download as PDF)

  • No. 58: Social network effects on mobile money adoption in Uganda (February 2015).Conrad Murendo, Meike Wollni, Alan de Brauw, Nicholas Mugabi (download as PDF)

  • No. 57: Understanding participation in modern supply chains under a social network perspective - evidence from blackberry farmers in the Ecuadorian Andes (February 2015). Nico Herforth, Ludwig Theuvsen, Wilson Vásquez and Meike Wollni (download as PDF)

  • No. 56: Distance to market and farm-gate prices of staple beans in rural Nicaragua (January 2015). Ayako Ebata, Pamela Velasco and Stephan von Cramon-Taubadel. (download as PDF)

  • No. 55: The Impact of External and Internal Factors on Strategic Management Practices of Agribusiness Firms in Tanzania (January 2015). Theresia Dominic and Ludwig Theuvsen. (download as PDF)

  • No. 54: Environmental and economic impacts of growing certified organic coffee in Colombia (January 2015). Marcela Ibanez and Allen Blackman. (download as PDF)

  • No. 53: The Nutrition Transition and Indicators of Child Malnutrition (December 2014). Simon C. Kimenju and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 52: Sustainability standards, gender, and nutrition among smallholder farmers in Uganda (December 2014). Brian Chiputwa and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 51: Tradeoffs and Complementarities in the Adoption of Improved Seeds,
    Fertilizer, and Natural Resource Management Technologies in Kenya (November 2014). Priscilla Wainaina, Songporne Tongruksawattana and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 50: Supplier dynamics in horticultural export chains - evidence from Ecuador (October 2014). Cristina Romero, Meike Wollni. (download as PDF)

  • No. 49: Impact of GlobalGAP Certification on EU Banana Imports: A Gravity Modeling Approach (October 2014). Amjad Masood, Bernhard Brümmer. (download as PDF)

  • No. 48: Determinants of Worldwide Diffusion of GlobalGAP Certification (October 2014). Amjad Masood, Bernhard Brümmer. (download as PDF)

  • No. 47: Making it personal: breach and private ordering in a contract farming experiment (September 2014). Sebastian Kunte, Meike Wollni, Claudia Keser. (download as PDF)

  • No. 46: Evaluating nutrition and health impacts of agricultural innovations (September 2014). Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 45: Social networks and farmer exposure to improved crop varieties in Tanzania (September 2014). Elijah N. Muange, Stefan Schwarze and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 44: "Sustainability" a semi-globalisable concept for international food marketing - Consumer expectations regarding sustainable food - An explorative survey in industrialised and emerging countries (August 2014). Marie von Meyer-Höfer and Achim Spiller. (download as PDF)

  • No. 43: Market discrimination, market participation and control over revenue: A gendered analysis of Cameroon's cocoa producers (August 2014). Debosree Banerjee, Stephan Klasen and Meike Wollni. (download as PDF)

  • No. 42: Ethnicity and Gender Differences in Risk, Ambiguity Attitude (August 2014). Debosree Banerjee. (download as PDF)

  • No. 41: Bt Cotton and Ecosystem Impacts of Pesticide Reductions (August 2014). Prakashan Chellattan Veettil, Vijesh V. Krishna and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 40: Nutrition Effects of the Supermarket Revolution on Urban Consumers and Smallholder Farmers in Kenya (August 2014). Matin Qaim, Camilla I.M. Andersson, Christine G.K. Chege, Simon C. Kimenju, Stephan Klasen and Ramona Rischke. (download as PDF)

  • No 39: Are the elder more effective implementing punishment? Experimental evidence from urban Ghana (July 2014). Edward Asiedu, Marcela Ibanez. (download as PDF)

  • No. 38: Proximity and price co-movement in West African rice markets (May 2014). Carolin Mengel, Stephan von Cramon-Taubadel. (download as PDF)

  • No. 37: Distance and border effects on price transmission? A meta-analysis (May 2014). Carolin Mengel, Stephan von Cramon-Taubadel. (download as PDF)

  • No. 36: Can Willingness-To-Pay Values be Manipulated? Evidences from an
    Experiment on Organic Food in China (May 2014). Xiaohua Yu, Binjian Yan, Zhifeng Gao. (download as PDF)

  • No. 35: Calorie Elasticities with Income Dynamics: Evidence
    from the Literature (May 2014). De Zhou, Xiaohua Yu. (download as PDF)

  • No. 34: Projecting Meat and Cereals Demand for China Based on a
    Meta-Analysis of Income Elasticities (May 2014). De Zhou, Xiaohua Yu, David Abler, Danhong Chen. (download as PDF)

  • No. 33: Dynamic Food Demand in Urban China (May 2014). De Zhou, Xiaohua Yu, Thomas Herzfeld. (download as PDF)

  • No. 32: Der Country-Of-Origin-Effekt in der Wahrnehmung deutscher Verbraucher von Schokolade aus Ecuadorianischem Kakao: Herkunftsangaben als Differenzierungspotential für Lebensmittel aus Außereuropäischen Ländern (May 2014). Verena Otter, Bianca Prechtel, Ludwig Theuvsen.

  • No. 31: Impacts of supermarkets on farm household nutrition in Kenya (April 2014).Christine G.K. Chege, Camilla I.M. Andersson, Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 30: The weaker sex? Gender differences in punishment across Matrilineal and Patriarchal Societies (April 2014). Edward Asiedu, Marcela Ibanez. (download as PDF)

  • No. 29: Supermarkets and the Nutrition Transition in Kenya (January 2014). Ramona Rischke, Simon Chege Kimenju, Matin Qaim, Stephan Klasen. (download as PDF)

  • No. 28: Characterising convinced sustainable food consumers (December 2013). Marie von Meyer-Höfer, Vera von der Wense, Achim Spiller. (download as PDF)

  • No. 27: Food Standards, Certification, and Poverty among Coffee Farmers in Uganda (December 2013). Brian Chiputwa, Matin Qaim, David J. Spielman. (download as PDF)

  • No. 26: Mature and emerging organic markets: Modelling consumer attitude and behaviour with Partial Least Square Approach (November 2013). Marie von Meyer-Höfer, Evelyn Olea Jaik, Carlos Padilla Bravo, Achim Spiller. (download as PDF)

  • No. 25: Expectation Gaps and Halo-Effects in Organic Food Positioning: Characteristics of Organic Food from a Consumer’s Point of View (November 2013). Marie von Meyer-Höfer, Sina Nitzko, Achim Spiller. (download as PDF)

  • No. 24: Do Changing Probabilities or Payoffs in Lottery-Choice Experiments Matter? Evidence from Rural Uganda (October 2013). Hanna Julia Ihli, Brian Chiputwa, Oliver Musshoff. (download as PDF)

  • No. 23: Following up on smallholder farmers and supermarkets (September 2013). Camilla I.M. Andersson, Christine G. Kiria, Matin Qaim, Elizaphan J.O. Rao. (download as PDF)

  • No. 22: Mobile money, market transactions, and household income in rural Kenya (August 2013). Enoch M. Kikulwe, Elisabeth Fischer, Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 21: Investment Behavior of Ugandan Smallholder Farmers: An Experimental Analysis (July 2013). Hanna Julia Ihli and Oliver Musshoff. (download as PDF)

  • No. 20: Spatial patterns of organic agriculture adoption: evidence from Honduras (March 2013). Meike Wollni and Camilla Andersson. (download as PDF)

  • No. 19: Big Constraints or Small Returns? Explaining Nonadaption of Hybrid Maize in Tanzania (Feburary 2013). Jonas Kathage, Matin Qaim, Menale Kassie and Bekele Shiferaw. (download as PDF)

  • No. 18: Impact of Third-Party Enforcement of Contracts in Agricultural Markets – A Field Experiment in Vietnam (January 2013). Christoph Saenger, Maximo Torero and Matin Qaim . (download as PDF)

  • No. 17: What world price? (December 2012). Nelissa Jamora and Stephan von Cramon-Taubadel. (download as PDF)

  • No. 16: Wahrnehmung des Themas Welternährung in der deutschen Öffentlichkeit (November 2012). Wilhelm Klümper, Jonas Kathage and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 15: Price transmission from international to domestic markets (September 2012). Friederike Greb, Nelissa Jamora, Carolin Mengel, Stephan von Cramon-Taubadel and Nadine Würriehausen. (download as PDF)

  • No. 14: Economic Growth and Child Undernutrition in Africa (July 2012). Kenneth Harttgen, Stephan Klasen and Sebastian Vollmer. (download as PDF)

  • No. 13: Dual Burden Households and Nutritional Inequality in Indonesia (July 2012). Cornelia Roemling and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 12: Seed market liberalization, hybrid maize adoption, and impacts on smallholder farmers in Tanzania (May 2012). Jonas Kathage, Matin Qaim, Menale Kassie and Bekele Shiferaw. (download as PDF)

  • No. 11: Die Gemeinsame Agrarpolitik der EU: Die Wirkungen von Direktzahlungen aus entwicklungspolitischer Perspektive (May 2012). Bernhard Brümmer and Markus Fahlbusch (download as PDF)

  • No. 10: Contract farming and smallholder incentives to produce high quality: experimental evidence from the Vietnamese dairy sector (April 2012). Christoph Saenger, Matin Qaim, Maximo Torero and Angelino Viceisza (download as PDF)

  • No. 9: Comparison of the Investment Behavior of German and Kazakhstani Farmers: an Experimental Approach (April 2012). Dulat Tubetov, Syster Christin Maart and Oliver Musshoff. (download as PDF)

  • No. 8: Gender, Agricultural Commercialization, and Collective Action in Kenya (February 2012). Elisabeth Fischer and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 7: Counterproductive Counternarcotic Strategies? (November 2011). Camilla Andersson. (download as PDF)

  • No. 6: Farmer Participation in Supermarket Channels, Production Technology, and Efficiency: The Case of Vegetables in Kenya (August 2011). Elizaphan J.O. Rao, Bernhard Brümmer, and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 5: Smallholder Farmers and Collective Action: What Determines the Intensity of Participation? (July 2011). Elisabeth Fischer and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 4: Direct and Indirect Determinants of Obesity: The Case of Indonesia (June 2011). Cornelia Römling and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 3: Supply chain differentiation, contract agriculture, and farmers’ marketing preferences: the case of sweet pepper in Thailand (April 2011). Christin Schipmann and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 2: Modern food retailers and traditional markets in developing countries: Comparing quality, prices, and competition strategies in Thailand (April 2011). Christin Schipmann and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)

  • No. 1: The supermarket revolution and impacts on agricultural labor markets: Empirical evidence from Kenya (April 2011). Elizaphan J.O. Rao and Matin Qaim. (download as PDF)









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RTG 1666: "GlobalFood"
Transformation of Global Agri-Food Systems

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Prof. Dr. Matin Qaim

Vice Speaker:
Prof. Dr. Meike Wollni


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