22 September 2017
Policy Evaluation in Agriculture
USAMV Bucharest and its partners within the ENHANCE consortium invite highly motivated postgraduate students (Master or PhD), researchers from agro-economics disciplines, and young professionals from governmental institutions to the 2nd Summer School of this project entitled “Policy Evaluation in Agriculture.
The 2017 course lecturers will be Dr. Stefan Mann from the Federal Research Centre for Agriculture (AGROSCOPE) and Dr. Matthias Stolze from the Research Institute for Organic Agriculture (FIBL), both Switzerland. Both supervisors have extensive experience
Postgraduate students (Masters or PhD students).
Young researchers with an educational background in economics, management, marketing or other social sciences disciplines applied to agriculture.
Young professionals from governmental institutions, regional organizations related to agriculture (ministries, authorities and agencies) who need a refresher course in scientific working.
The 2017 USAMV Bucharest Agricultural Economics and Policy Summer School aims to start with basic welfare economic notions like the Pareto principles and dead-weight losses and then apply standard instruments of policy analysis to the different pillars of the Common Agricultural Policy. More innovative and broader tools applied by evaluation scholars such as qualitative analysis will be applied towards the end of the course. Over the week, students will develop a concept for evaluating a specific agricultural policy instrument.
EUR 145: No tuition fee is required for the courses. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 691681.
7 nights of accommodation in double rooms within the USAMV campus, lunches (Monday-Friday) and other extra-curricular activities.
EUR 55: No tuition fee is required for the courses. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 691681.
Lunches (Monday-Friday) and other extra-curricular activities. No accommodation