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Dr. Marcel Adenäuer

Agricultural Economist

Phone: +49-228-73 28 58
Fax: +49-228-734693

E-mail: marcel.adenaeuer@ilr.uni-bonn.de

 

Dr. Adenäuer is one of the Managing Directors of EuroCARE GmbH. Mr. Adenäuer is a research assistant at the Institute for Food and Resource Economics at the University of Bonn (Germany). He specializes in computer sciences, database management and mathematical modelling. He has been heavily involved in the studies preparing the EU reform of the sugar sector. He has an extensive knowledge of the functioning of the common market organizations in the agricultural sector.


 

Fields of Work

  • Part of the developer team of the CAPRI modelling system
  • Quantitative policy impact assessment with a focus on the Common Agricultural Policy
  • Agricultural world trade models (CAPRI global trade model, OECD's AGLink model)
  • Econometric specification of land allocation effects

 

Selected Research Projects

since 2010 Work in the GLUES project on global land use issues
since 2009 Contribution to the SEAMLESS-Assosiation
since 2006 Work in the EC4MACS Project - European Consortium for Modelling of Air Pollution and Climate Strategies
2009 - 2010 Contribution to IPTS-Biofuel project
3/2005-7/2006 Contribution to EU-Mercopol project
3/2004-7/2006 Contribution to EU-Med-Agpol project
12/2004-12/2005 Contribution to CAPRI-IPTS project
1/2005-12/2009 Contribution to SEAMLESS project
2004-2007 Contribution to CAPRI - Dynaspat project
2002/2003 Impact analysis of the Medium Term Impact Proposal with the CAPRI Modelling System
2001-2004 Contribution to CAPSTRAT project

 

Work Experience

01/2012-03/2012
11/2007-04/2008
Consultancy at the OECD in Paris
01/2011-04/2012 Consultancy at the FAO in Rome
since 04/2006 Post-Doc Researcher at the Institute for Agricultural Policy, University Bonn
03/2006 Doctorate in agricultural economics
10/2001-03/2006
10/1999-08/2000
Research Assistant at the Institute for Agricultural Policy, University Bonn

 

CV Publications