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Grunddaten
Veranstaltungsart Vorlesung Kurztext
Veranstaltungsnummer 740495 SWS 4.00
Semester SoSe 2022 Studienjahr
Erwartete Teilnehmer/-innen 60 Hyperlink
Turnus jedes 2. Semester
Credits 6


Zugeordnete Personen
Zugeordnete Personen Zuständigkeit
Colen, Liesbeth, Prof. Dr.
Wollni, Meike, Prof. Dr. verantwortlich
Prüfungen / Module
Modul Studiengänge
M.SIA.E24.Mp: Topics in Rural Development Economics I
Modulbeschreibung
Master → Development Economics →Elective Area (18C) →M.SIA.E24: Topics in Rural Development Economics I
Master → International Economics →GRO-GOE - Elective Area (6-12C) →M.SIA.E24: Topics in Rural Development Economics I
Master → Agrarwissenschaften →Master - Alle Schwerpunkte - Block D →M.SIA.E24: Topics in Rural Development Economics I
Master → Sustainable International Agriculture →Master - Double Degree - Wahlmodule Göttingen/Kassel →M.SIA.E24: Topics in Rural Development Economics I
Master → International Nature Conservation -MINC- →Master - Fachstudium Göttingen - Wahlpflichtmodule →M.SIA.E24: Topics in Rural Development Economics I
Master → Sustainable International Agriculture →Master - Schwerpunkt 1: International Agribusiness and Rural Development Economics - Block B →M.SIA.E24: Topics in Rural Development Economics I
Master → Sustainable International Agriculture →Master - Schwerpunkt 2: International Organic Agriculture - Block C →M.SIA.E24: Topics in Rural Development Economics I
Master → Sustainable International Agriculture →Master - Schwerpunkt 3: Tropical Agriculture - Block C →M.SIA.E24: Topics in Rural Development Economics I
Master → Agrarwissenschaften →Master - Schwerpunkt Agribusiness - Block B →M.SIA.E24: Topics in Rural Development Economics I
Master → Agrarwissenschaften →Master - Schwerpunkt Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften im Landbau - Block B →M.SIA.E24: Topics in Rural Development Economics I
Master → Development Economics →Optional Compulsory Modules (30C) →M.SIA.E24: Topics in Rural Development Economics I
Master → Development Economics →Specialization (12C) →M.SIA.E24: Topics in Rural Development Economics I
Master → International Economics →Wahlbereich (ab WS20/21 24C) (bis SoSe20 -18 C) →M.SIA.E24: Topics in Rural Development Economics I

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Zuordnung zu Einrichtungen
Welternährungswirtschaft und Rurale Entwicklung
Umwelt- und Ressourcenökonomik
Inhalt
Bemerkung

 

This course will provide MSc and PhD students with an overview and deeper understanding of key topics in rural development economics. The module is structured as a reading course, building on selected articles from relevant international journals. Journal articles will be critically discussed, including contents, methodological approaches, and presentation style. Students are required to read announced articles before the classroom sessions, in order to enable a critical debate in class. The articles selected for the course are clustered around key topics relevant to rural development economics, such as listed below.
1. The food system transformation and smallholder farmers
2. Rural livelihood strategies and income diversification
3. Adoption and impact of modern agricultural technology
4. Sustainable land management

PhD students will present one assigned article in class and prepare the related discussion. Furthermore, one session of the course will be dedicated to train students in writing scientific reviews of research manuscripts. As a homework assignment, PhD students will also have to write a review of a particular paper given to them.

Master students will have to write a summary of a selected journal article. Furthermore, the course should enable them to develop own research questions and study approaches in the field of rural development economics.

Kommentar

opics in Rural Development Economics I (Lecture)
Contents:
This course will provide Master Students with an overview of relevant topics in rural
development economics, which will also enable them to develop own research questions
and study approaches in this field. The module is structured as a reading course,
building on selected articles from relevant international journals. Students are required
to read announced articles before the classroom sessions, in order to enable a critical
debate in class. The articles selected for the course are clustered around key topics
relevant to rural development economics, such as listed below.
Tentative Topics
1. The food system transformation and smallholder farmers
2. Rural livelihood strategies and income diversification
3. Adoption and impact of modern agricultural technology
4. Economics of nutrition and health
5. Gender and intra-household resource allocation
PhD students will present one assigned article in class and prepare the related
discussion. Furthermore, one session of the course will be dedicated to train students
in writing scientific reviews of research manuscripts. As a homework assignment, PhD
students will also have to write a review of a particular paper given to them.
Master students will have to write a summary of a selected journal article. Furthermore,
the course should enable them to develop own research questions and study
approaches in the field of rural development economics.

Learning outcome, core skills:
The objective of this course is to acquaint Master students with the reading and
understanding of scientific journal articles on relevant topics of rural development
economics. Student should learn how to develop a scientific research question, choose
appropriate research methods and strucutre a scientific article.

Leistungsnachweis

Examination: Presentation (ca. 10 minutes, 50%) and homework (max. 4 pages,
50%)
Examination requirements:
Constructive participation in the discussion during the lectures, which requires the
reading of the articles indicated. In both the written and the oral assignments, students
are supposed to demonstrate that they are able to identify the most relevant aspects of
the articles and to critically evaluate the research questions, the methods and the results
of the studies .


Keine Einordnung ins Vorlesungsverzeichnis vorhanden. Veranstaltung ist aus dem Semester SoSe 2022 , Aktuelles Semester: WiSe 2021/22