- Who We Are
- How We Work
- Our Science
- News & Events
- Find a Scientist
- Become a Member
University of Hohenheim
Monday, March 15, 2021
Thursday, July 1, 2021
The Land Use Economics group at the University of Hohenheim is looking for a Ph.D. candidate with an Agricultural Economic or Natural Resource Management background to work on the topic:
Climate Change and Intergenerational Persistence of Poverty and Malnutrition (in Ethiopia).
The proposed study involves agent-based simulation of agricultural landuse and household decisions. Experience in simulation modeling, ideally linear programming, agent-based modeling and/or methodology of sensitivity and uncertainty analysis, would be a strong asset for a candidate.
The position is coupled to a 36 months (2021-2024) South-North Scholarship in the CLIFOOD SDG Graduate school, a collaboration between the University of Hohenheim and Hawassa University, Ethiopia. Due to the nature of the graduate school, preference will be given to Ethiopian (and secondarily other East African) applicants.
Details on the condition for the scholarship and application can be found here:
Details on the specific Ph.D. topic offered (Ph.D. topics, South-North, Subproject 01) can be found here:
The application deadline is **March 15, 2021**.
Note that applications should be directed through the online application form on the CLIFOOD graduate school