Dr. David Wüpper
Senior Research Staff
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- Dr. agr., Production and Resource Economics, TU Munich
- Econometrics Short Course with Prof. Joshua Angrist, MIT
- Discrete Choice Analysis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- M.Sc. Agricultural Economics, Christian Albrecht University of Kiel
- B.Sc. Agricultural Science, Christian Albrecht University of Kiel
- Diffusion of innovations
- Non-market valuation
- Urban agriculture
- Cultural economics
- Past persistence
- The Societal Value of Small and Family Farms
- FIThydro (EU H2020 Project on Hydropower)
- Scientific Monitoring of the “Öko-Modellregionen” (Model Organic Regions) in Bavaria
- Dissemination of sustainable agricultural innovations in Ghana
- Groundwater and Dependent Ecosystems: New Scientific and Technological Basis for Assessing Climate Change and Land-use Impacts on Groundwater (GENESIS), Work Package 6: Groundwater systems management: scenarios, risk assessment, cost-efficient measures and legal aspects
- Economics of Technology and Innovation (for phds)
- Climate Change Economics (M.Sc.)
- Statistical Methods (B.Sc.)
- Applied Statistics: Econometrics (B.Sc.)
- Applied Statistics and Econometrics (M.Sc.)
- David Wuepper and David Zilberman are organizing a symposium session on behavioral agricultural economics at the XV EAAE Congress in Parma (29/08 - 1/09/2017)
Professional membership and external activities
- European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE)
- Agricultural & Applied Economics Association (AAEA)
- International Association for Applied Econometrics (IAAE)
- Max Schoenleutner Award 2017 for outstanding dissertation
- Wuepper, D., Sauer, J. and L. Kleemann (2017). Sustainable Intensification amongst Ghana's Pineapple Farmers: The Complexity of an Innovation determines the Effectiveness of its Training. Forthcoming. Environment and Development Economics.
- Wuepper, D., Ayenew, H. Y. and J. Sauer (2017). Social Capital, Income Diversification, and Climate Change Adaptation: Panel Data Evidence from Rural Ethiopia. Forthcoming. Journal of Agricultural Economics.
- Wuepper, D. and J. Sauer (2017). Moving Forward in Rural Ghana: Investing in Social and Human Capital Mitigates Historical Constraints. Economic History of Developing Regions (32) 177-209.
- Wuepper, D. and T. Lybbert (2017). Perceived Self-Efficacy, Poverty and Economic Development. Annual Review of Resource Economics (9) 383-404.
- Sheng-Han-Erin, C., Wuepper, D., Heissenhuber, A. and J. Sauer (2017). Investigating rice farmers' preferences for an agri-environmental scheme: Is an eco-label a substitute for payments?. Land Use Policy (64) 374-382.
- Wuepper, D. (2016). What is the Value of World Heritage Status for a German National Park? A Choice Experiment from Jasmund, One Year After Inscription. Forthcoming, Tourism Economics.
- Wuepper, D. and J. Sauer (2016). Explaining the performance of contract farming in Ghana: The role of self-efficacy and social capital. Food Policy (62) 11-27.
- Wuepper, D. and M. Patry (2016). "The World Heritage list: Which sites promote the brand? A big data spatial econometrics approach." Journal of Cultural Economics.
- Wuepper, D. (2014). Opportunities and constraints to integrate Ghana's smallholder farmers into global values chainsAfrican Economic Outlook 2014: African Development Bank, Development Centre of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Retrieved from http://www.africaneconomicoutlook.org/en/
- More publications and working papers can be found here