University of Bonn hires David Wuepper

The University of Bonn has appointed agricultural economist David Wuepper as a professor.

He takes up the role after holding the post of interim professor of quantitative agricultural economics at Humboldt University in Berlin. Prior to this, he was a lecturer and researcher at ETH Zurich and before that a lecturer and researcher at the Technical University of Munich.

Wuepper focuses on land policy and agricultural behavioral economics. His prior research has examined farmers’ risk tolerance and the impact of climate change on food markets.

Writing on Twitter, the economist said: “Starting in April, I will join @UniBonn as a full professor and start the group #Land_Economics in the Institute for Food and Resource Economics and in the Excellence Cluster @PhenoRob.

He added: “Soon I will publish various vacancies for Postdocs and PhD students!”

Wuepper obtained his Ph.d. from the Technical University of Munich.