Bernhard Dalheimer

Bernhard Dalheimer

Assistant Professor

Purdue University

Department of Agricultural Economics

Biography

I am an applied economist and Assistant Professor at the Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University.

My research interests are rooted in agricultural, environmental & resource economics. Currently, I work on uncertainty in international trade global value chain participation, agricultural market shocks, and socio-environmental trade-offs in agricultural production systems. My research often has policy focus and features data-science approaches.

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Interests
  • Agricultural commodity markets, Global Value Chains & Trade
  • Environmental efficiency & productivity
  • Statistical programming
Education
  • PhD in Economics, 2020

    University of Göttingen

  • MA Development Economics, 2016

    University of Göttingen

  • BSc Economics and Social Sciences, 2013

    Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

Work in progress

(2023). Global Agricultural Value Chains and Food Prices. Working paper.

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(2022). Food production shocks and agricultural supply elasticities in Sub-Saharan Africa. Working paper.

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(2020). On the palm oil-biodiversity tradeoff: Environmental performance of smallholder producers. Working paper.

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AgEconMeet

This is a European Network of Early Career Agricultural Economists. We meet online once a month (join google group for invites) and facilitate networking among European early-career researchers - also in times of virtual meetings. We organize meetings on early career related topics for agricultural economists as well as an EAAE Seminar on October 5-7 in Göttingen.

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