1. Microeconomic Theory of Agricultural Production (Lecture)
Consumer theory, producer theory, markets, monopoly situations, risk and uncertainty,
economics of technical change, farm household models, sharecropping contracts.
Lehrbücher, Artikel und Vorlesungs-Präsentationen
2. Quantitative Methods in Agricultural Business Economics (Lecture)
Budgeting, accounting, annual balance sheets, linear programming, finance, investment
Consumer theory; producer theory; risk; technological progress; farm household models;
budgeting and accounting; linear programming; finance; investment analysis
Learning outcome, core skills:
Microeconomic Theory of Agricultural Production
Students are familiar with microeconomic approaches and can apply them to analyze
issues related to agriculture and rural development.
Quantitative Methods in Agricultural Business Economics
Students are familiar with quantitative methods used for the analysis and planning of
farms and enterprises in the agricultural sector.