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Martin Henseler holds a Ph.D. in agricultural science obtained in University of Hohenheim and specialized in agricultural economics. Martin works on regional agricultural supply modeling and in model based agricultural and environmental policy impact analysis. He is experienced in working with partial equilibrium models and with CGE models.

  • Research disciplines : Agricultural economics, environmental economics, development economics
  • Research topics : agricultural production, water quality, agricultural irrigation, greenhouse gas emission and mitigation, microplastic pollution, economic impacts of COVID-19, Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Research methods : regional agricultural supply modelling (Partial Equilibrium), trade modeling (Partial Equilibrium) modelling, Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) modelling
  • Research projects : Model based policy impact analysis, interdisciplinary modelling
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    Publications Principales
    Chitiga‐Mabugu, M., Henseler, M., Mabugu, R., Maisonnave, H. (2021), Economic and Distributional Impact of COVID‐19 : Evidence from Macro‐Micro Modelling of the South African Economy. South Afr. J. Econ., 89 : 82-94.
    Henseler, M., Brandes, E., Kreins, P. (2020). Microplastics in Agricultural Soils : A New Challenge Not Only for Agro-environmental Policy ?, Journal of Applied Business and Economics. 22(7).
    Henseler, M., Delzeit, R., Adenäuer, M., Baum, S., Kreins, P. (2020). Nitrogen Tax and Set-Aside as Greenhouse Gas Abatement Policies Under Global Change Scenarios : A Case Study for Germany, Environmental & Resource Economics, 76(2), 299-329.
    Henseler, M., Schumacher, I. (2019) : The impact of weather on economic growth and its production factors. Climatic Change 05/2019 ; DOI:10.1007/s10584-019-02441-6
    Henseler, M., Maisonnave, H. (2018) : Low world oil prices : A chance to reform fuel subsidies and promote public transport ? A case study for South Africa. Transportation Research Part A Policy and Practice 01/2018 ; 108:45-62., DOI:10.1016/j.tra.2017.12.009
    John Cockburn, J., Henseler, M., Maisonnave, H., Tiberti, L. (2018) : Vulnerability and policy responses in the face of natural resource discoveries and climate change : Introduction. Environment and Development Economics 07/2018 ;, DOI:10.1017/S1355770X18000347
    Banerjee, O., Henseler, M., Maisonnave, H., Mitik Beyene, L., Velasco, M. (2017) : An Integrated Model for Evaluating Investments in Cultural Heritage Tourism in the Dominican Republic. Tourism Economics 06/2017 ; 23(3)., DOI:10.1177/1354816617713229
    Feike, T., Henseler, M., (2016) : Multiple Policy Instruments for Sustainable Water Management in Crop Production - A Modeling Study for the Chinese Aksu-Tarim Region. Ecological Economics 05/2017 ; 135:42-54., DOI:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.12.012
    Henseler, M., Röder, N., Liebersbach, H., Kreins, P., Osterburg, B. (2015). Mitigation potential and cost efficiency of abatement based subsidies for production of short rotation coppices in Germany. Biomass and Bioenergy, 81, 592–601.
    Röder, N., Henseler, M., Liebersbach, H., Kreins, P., Osterburg, B. (2015). Evaluation of land use based greenhouse gas abatement measures in Germany. Ecological Economics, 117, 193–202.
    Kreins, P., Henseler, M., Anter, J., Herrmann, F., Wendland, F. (2015). Quantification of Climate Change Impact on Regional Agricultural Irrigation and Groundwater Demand. Water Resources Management, 29(10), 3585–3600.