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Esther Boere joined IIASA's Ecosystems Services and Management (ESM) Program as a Research Scholar in January 2015. Her current scientific interests include the analysis and modeling of driving factors of (agricultural) land use change. At IIASA, she will contribute to developing typologies and poverty analyses on smallholder farming in Ethiopia, which will subsequently be implemented in the global economic land use model GLOBIOM.
Dr. Boere received her PhD from both Wageningen University and the Agricultural Economic Research Institute (LEI). Focusing on land use changes, accounting for the role of the EU’s CAP-reform, she developed econometric (panel data and duration) and mathematical programing models. During her PhD studies, she spent a summer working on insurance modeling at the University of Victoria, Canada. Prior to her PhD she completed a master’s degree in Development Economics, spending 6 months in Vietnam designing alternative Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES)-programs.
Last update: 03-FEB-2015
van Ginkel, K.C.H., Botzen, W.J.W., Haasnoot, M., Bachner, G., Steininger, K.W., Hinkel, J., Watkiss, P., Boere, E., et al. (2020). Climate change induced socio-economic tipping points: review and stakeholder consultation for policy relevant research. Environmental Research Letters 15 (2), e023001. 10.1088/1748-9326/ab6395.
Ermolieva, T., Havlik, P. , Boere, E., Balkovic, J. , Skalsky, R. , Folberth, C. , Khabarov, N. , Fritz, S., et al. (2019). A strategic decision–support system for strategic robust adaptation to climate change and systemic risks in land use systems: Stochastic integrated assessment GLOBIOM model. In: Integrated modeling”: the case of the food-water-energy-environmental NEXUS management under uncertainty and risk, 26-27 November 2019, Brussels.
FABLE 2019, (2019). Pathways to Sustainable Land-Use and Food Systems. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN)
COACCH, (2019). The Economic Cost of Climate Change in Europe: Synthesis Report on COACCH Interim Results. Policy brief by the COACCH project. COACCH: CO-designing the Assessment of Climate CHange costs.
Ermolieva, T., Boere, E., Biewald, A., Havlik, P. , Mosnier, A., Leclere, D., Valin, H. , Frank, S. , et al. (2019). Addressing climate change adaptation with a stochastic integrated assessment model: Analysis of common agricultural policy measures. Financial Statistics Journal 1 (2) 10.24294/fsj.v1i2.913.
Deppermann, A., Havlik, P. , Valin, H. , Boere, E., Herrero, M., Vervoort, J., & Mathijs, E. (2018). The market impacts of shortening feed supply chains in Europe. Food Security 10 (6), 1401-1410. 10.1007/s12571-018-0868-2.
Boere, E., Mosnier, A., Bocquého, G., Garbero, A., Krisztin, T., Havlik, P. , & Elhaut, T. (2018). Developing country-wide farming system typologies: An analysis of Ethiopian smallholders’ income and food security. IFAD
Mosnier, A., Boere, E., Reumann, A., Yowargana, P., Pirker, J., Havlik, P. , & Pacheco, P. (2017). Palm oil and likely futures: Assessing the potential impacts of zero deforestation commitments and a moratorium on large-scale oil palm plantations in Indonesia. CIFOR Infobrief (177) 10.17528/cifor/006468.
Boere, E., Mosnier, A., Bocqueho, G., Krisztin, T., & Havlik, P. (2016). Developing country-wide farm typologies: An analysis of Ethiopian smallholders’ income and food security. In: 5th International Conference of the African Association of Agricultural Economists, September 23-26, 2016, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Bocqueho, G., Boere, E., Mosnier, A., & Havlik, P. (2015). Improving Ethiopian Smallholders’ Income and Food Security: An Assessment of Alternative Policy Options. In: Systems Analysis 2015 - A Conference in Celebration of Howard Raiffa, 11 -13 November, 2015, Laxenburg, Austria.
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