Prof. Dr. Markus Hanisch

Prof. Dr. Markus Hanisch is the Director of Centre for Rural Development (SLE) Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. He has a PhD. in agricultural and resource economics. Many years of experience as a chairholder, project manager, and university lecturer at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Particular expertise in the field of rural cooperatives, international/national. Professional experience as a consultant and expert for various international organisations, including the GIZ, FAO, World Bank, Conservation International, and UN-DESA.

 

Head of research projects and teaching and consulting projects, especially in the following areas: rural and agricultural development, farmer collective action, management of small farmers' organisations, cooperatives, cooperative legislation, microfinance institutions, rural innovations, research projects on energy, dairy, goods, water, coffee, wine, and consumption, and women's cooperatives.

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All contributions by Prof. Dr. Markus Hanisch

Small-scale farmers’ responses to COVID-19 related restrictions

Small-scale farmers’ responses to COVID-19 related restrictions

A study by SLE

The lockdown due to COVID-19 hit the economy hard - including agriculture in particular with its supply chains and sales markets. What creative coping strategies have those affected found? The Seminar for Rural Development has begun a research study on th

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The state of food security in Cape Town and St. Helena Bay

The state of food security in Cape Town and St. Helena Bay

A study by Markus Hanisch, Agustina Malvido, Johanna Hansmann, Alexander Mewes, Moritz Reigl, Nicole Paganini (SLE)

Post-Covid-19 lockdown: How food governance processes could include marginalised communities - an extract of the results of an SLE study applying digital and participatory methods.

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