Volker Beckmann
Volker Beckmann
Economics and Landscape Economics, Greifswald University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uni-greifswald.de
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Governing farmland conversion: Comparing China with the Netherlands and Germany
R Tan, V Beckmann, L van den Berg, F Qu
Land Use Policy 26 (4), 961-974, 2009
Coexistence rules and regulations in the European Union
V Beckmann, C Soregaroli, J Wesseler
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 88 (5), 1193-1199, 2006
Transaktionskosten und institutionelle Wahl in der Landwirtschaft: zwischen Markt, Hierarchie und Kooperation
V Beckmann
Ed. Sigma, 2000
Public transaction costs of agri-environmental schemes and their determinants—analysing stakeholders' involvement and perceptions
E Mettepenningen, V Beckmann, J Eggers
Ecological Economics 70 (4), 641-650, 2011
Deciding how to decide on agri-environmental schemes: the political economy of subsidiarity, decentralisation and participation in the European Union
V Beckmann, J Eggers, E Mettepenningen
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 52 (5), 689-716, 2009
Spatial dimension of externalities and the Coase theorem: Implications for co-existence of transgenic crops
V Beckmann, J Wesseler
Regional externalities, 223-242, 2007
Courts and contract enforcement in transition agriculture: theory and evidence from Poland
V Beckmann, S Boger
Agricultural Economics 31 (2‐3), 251-263, 2004
Ex-ante regulation and ex-post liability under uncertainty and irreversibility: Governing the coexistence of GM crops
V Beckmann, C Soregaroli, J Wesseler
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal 4, 9, 2010
Public good markets: The possible role of hybrid governance structures in institutions for sustainability
G Van Huylenbroeck, A Vuylsteke, W Verbeke
Institutions and Sustainability, 175-191, 2009
Decollectivisation and privatisation policies and resulting structural changes of agriculture in Eastern Germany
V Beckmann, K Hagedorn
Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 1997
How labour organization may affect technology adoption: an analytical framework analysing the case of integrated pest management
V Beckmann, J Wesseler
Environment and Development Economics 8 (3), 437-450, 2003
Chapter 8 Coexistence of Genetically Modified (GM) and Non-Modified (non-GM) crops: Are the Two Main Property Rights Regimes Equivalent with Respect to the Coexistence Value?
V Beckmann, C Soregaroli, J Wesseler
Genetically modified food and global welfare, 201-224, 2011
The role of coordination and cooperation in early adoption of GM crops: the case of Bt maize in Brandenburg, Germany
N Consmüller, V Beckmann, C Schleyer
AgBioForum, 2009
Assessing an adaptive cycle in a social system under external pressure to change: the importance of intergroup relations in recreational fisheries governance
K Daedlow, V Beckmann, R Arlinghaus
Ecology and Society 16 (2), 2011
An econometric analysis of regional adoption patterns of Bt maize in Germany
N Consmüller, V Beckmann, M Petrick
Agricultural Economics 41 (3‐4), 275-284, 2010
Diversity of practical quota systems for farmland preservation: A multicountry comparison and analysis
R Tan, V Beckmann
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 28 (2), 211-224, 2010
Zur ökonomischen Theorie der Transformation von Produktivgenossenschaften
V Beckmann
Zeitschrift für das gesamte Genossenschaftswesen 43 (1), 217-231, 1993
Economic evaluation of common reed potential for energy production: A case study in Wuliangsuhai Lake (Inner Mongolia, China)
JF Köbbing, F Patuzzi, M Baratieri, V Beckmann, N Thevs, S Zerbe
Biomass and Bioenergy 70, 315-329, 2014
Analysing institutions: what method to apply?
V Beckmann, M Padmanabhan
Institutions and Sustainability, 341-371, 2009
Governing the co-existence of GM crops: Ex-ante regulation and ex-post liability under uncertainty and irreversibility
V Beckmann, C Soregaroli, J Wesseler
ICAR Discussion paper, 2006
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