The IAMO Team

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Prof. Dr. Thomas Glauben

(male) – IAMO team leader Thomas Glauben is the Director of IAMO and Professor for Agricultural Markets at the University of Halle-Wittenberg. His research focuses on agricultural and food markets in European and Asian Transition Economies. He is inter alia a member of the REAP Center at Stanford University, the CIS Agricultural Trade Expert Network (ATnet) of the FAO and in several editorial boards. He has taught several classes in agricultural, food, resource and consumption economics.

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Dr. Ivan Djuric

(male), WP5 leader Ivan Djuric works on several projects related to the agricultural trade and governmental policy interventions in the EU and CIS countries. His research focus is on market integration, price transmission and agricultural trade policy. He has broad research project management skills and currently works as a WP leader in the project “Exploring the potential for agricultural and biomass trade in the Commonwealth of Independent States (AGRICISTRADE)”. He is a member of the CIS Agricultural Trade Expert Network (ATnet) of the FAO.

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Dr. Tinoush Jamali Jaghdani

(male) Tinoush Jamali Jaghdani joined IAMO as Research Associate in the framework of the STARLAP project in October 2016. He is a responsible researcher for VALUMICS since September 2017. He has consultancy experience in his background for World Bank, FAO (water issues) and national level, research in EU Framework Programme 7 (FP7) on food price volatility (ULYSSES project) and teaching experience at MSc levels on agricultural trade. His current research focus are on food price volatility, water-food-energy nexus and other agricultural market issues.

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Miranda Svanidze

(female), works on research projects related to the agricultural trade and governmental policy interventions in CIS countries. Her research focus is on market integration, price transmission and agricultural trade policy.

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PD Dr. habil. Linde Götz

(female) Linde Götz is Deputy Head of the Department of Agricultural Markets. Her research focuses on policy interventions in agricultural and food markets in the EU and CIS countries. She is project manager of the interdisciplinary research project “Global Food Security and Grain Markets in Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan (GERUKA)”. She has taught classes in agricultural economics on Bachelor-Master, and PhD level. Dr. Linde Götz is a member of the CIS Agricultural Trade Expert Network (ATnet) of the FAO.

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Dr. Oleksandr Perekhozhuk

(male) works on the field of industrial organization, international trade, applied econometrics, microeconomic analysis and new empirical industrial organization (NEIO). He coordinates the project “The Global Food Crisis – Impact on Wheat Markets and Trade in the Caucasus and Central Asia and the Role of Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine”. He has a broad experience in lecturing classes on Bachelor-Master and PhD level, and in organizing summer schools for the participants from the CIS countries.

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Dr. Inna Levkovych

(female) works on international agri-food trade, agricultural policy and competitiveness issues. She focuses on the analysis of trade relations, agricultural and trade policy and competitiveness of agri-food supply chains in CIS countries. She works on several international projects and has expertise in research project management.

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Prof. Dr. Heinrich Hockmann

(male) is Deputy Head of the Department of Agricultural Markets. His research focuses on the estimation of agricultural productivity and efficiency in the EU and CIS countries. He is a project coordinator of the international research project “International comparisons of product supply chains in the agro-food sectors: determinants of their competitiveness and performance on EU and international markets (COMPETE)”. He has taught classes in agricultural policies, growth theory and industrial organization on Bachelor-, Master- and PhD level.

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Sina Lehmann

(female)Sina Lehmann joined IAMO in January 2018 as a staff member for press and public relations in the Administration Department. Previously, she studied cultural management and English and worked as public relations manager at Naumburg Cathedral for several years

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