EFForTS Discussion Paper Series, SFB 990, Universität Göttingen

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2019 Promoting sustainable land use choices in Indonesia: Experimental evidence on the role of changing mindsets and structural barriersRomero, Miriam; Wollni, Meike; Rudolf, Katrin; Asnawi, Rosyani; Irawan, Bambang
2019 Land-use change, nutrition, and gender roles in Indonesian farm householdsChrisendo, Daniel; Krishna, Vijesh V.; Siregar, Hermanto; Qaim, Matin
2019 Effects of information and seedling provision on tree planting and survival in smallholder oil palm plantationsRudolf, Katrin; Romero, Miriamt; Asnawi, Rosyani; Irawan, Bambang; Wollni, Meike
2019 EFForTS-LGraf: A landscape generator for creating smallholder-driven land-use mosaicsSalecker, Jan; Dislich, Claudia; Wiegand, Kerstin; Meyer, Katrin M.; Pe'er, Guy
2019 Can crop diversification of perennial crop by smallholder farmers explained by risk attitudes and time preferences?Wening Sarwosri, Arieska; Mußhoff, Oliver
2019 Labor savings in agriculture and inequality at different spatial scales: The expansion of oil palm in IndonesiaKubitza, Christoph; Dib, Jonida Bou; Kopp, Thomas; Krishna, Vijesh V.; Nuryartono, Nunung; Qaim, Matin; Romero, Miriam; Klasen, Stephan
2019 Can the Tripartite Rubber Council manipulate international rubber prices?Kopp, Thomas; Dalheimer, Bernhard; Alamsyah, Zulkifli; Yanita, Mirawati; Brümmer, Bernhard
2018 Encouraging rainforest preservation by smallholders: An ex-ante policy evaluationWening Sarwosri, Arieska; Wegmann, Johannes; Mußhoff, Oliver
2018 Land-use change and livelihoods of non-farm households: The role of income from employment in oil palm and rubber in rural IndonesiaBou Dib, Jonida; Krishna, Vijesh; Alamsyah, Zulkifli; Qaim, Matin
2018 Why does a labor-saving technology decrease fertility rates? Evidence from the oil palm boom in IndonesiaKubitza, Christoph; Gehrke, Esther
2017 Abstracts of EFForTS Discussion Papers No. 1-19 in English and Bahasa Indonesia (2013 - 2016)Alamsyah, Zulkifli; Faust, Heiko
2016 Migration and deforestation in IndonesiaDarmawan, Rivayani; Klasen, Stephan; Nuryartono, Nunung
2015 Oil palm expansion among smallholder farmers in Sumatra, IndonesiaEuler, Michael; Schwarze, Stefan; Siregar, Hermanto; Qaim, Matin
2015 Farmer heterogeneity and differential livelihood impacts of oil palm expansion among smallholders in Sumatra, IndonesiaKrishna, Vijesh V.; Euler, Michael; Siregar, Hermanto; Fathoni, Zakky; Qaim, Matin
2015 Rubber vs. oil palm: an analysis of factors influencing smallholders' crop choice in Jambi, IndonesiaSchwarze, Stefan; Euler, Michael; Gatto, Marcel; Hein, J.; Hettig, Elisabeth; Holtkamp, Anna Mareike; Izhar, Lutfi; Kunz, Y.; Lay, J.; Merten, J.; Moser, S.; Mußhoff, O.; Otten, Fenna; Qaim, M.; Soetarto, Endriatmo; Steinebach, S.; Trapp, K.; Vorlaufer, Miriam; Faust, Heiko
2015 Oil palm adoption, household welfare and nutrition among smallholder farmers in IndonesiaEuler, Michael; Krishna, Vijesh; Schwarze, Stefan; Siregar, Hermanto; Qaim, Matin
2015 Towards an integrated ecological-economic land-use change modelDislich, Claudia; Hettig, Elisabeth; Heinonen, Johannes; Lay, Jann; Meyer, Katrin M.; Tarigan, Suria; Wiegand, Kerstin
2015 Moving rubber to a better place - and extracting rents from credit constrained farmers along the wayKopp, Thomas; Bümmer, Bernhard
2015 Comparing the use of risk-influencing production inputs and experimentally measured risk attitude: Do decisions of Indonesian small-scale rubber farmers match?Moser, Stefan; Mußhoff, Oliver
2015 Ecosystem functions of oil palm plantations - a reviewDislich, Claudia; Keyel, Alexander C.; Salecker, Jan; Kisel, Yael; Meyer, Katrin M.; Corre, Marife D.; Faust, Heiko; Hess, Bastian; Knohl, Alexander; Kreft, Holger; Meijide, Ana; Nurdiansyah, Fuad; Otten, Fenna; Pe'er, Guy; Steinebach, Stefanie; Tarigan, Suria; Tscharntke, Teja; Tölle, Merja; Wiegand, Kerstin
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