Nonka Markova-Nenova, M.sc.

T +49 (0) 355 69 3585
F +49 (0) 355 69 2472
Room: LG 10/534g
markova(at)b-tu.de

Field of Research

Distributional aspects in environmental policy, environmental valuation

Curriculum Vitae

since 11/2010
Research assistant at the Chair of Economics, especially Environmental Economics, at the BTU Cottbus

11/2010 – 06/2016
Environmental management coordinator at the BTU Cottbus

03/2010
MSc degree in Environmental and Resource Management, BTU Cottbus

10/2009 - 02/2010
Assistant work on the project Introduction of EMAS at the BTU Cottbus

07-12/2008
Internship in HSE and Process Integration at Hasse & Wrede GmbH, Berlin

2007-2010
Assistant work at FZLB, BTU Cottbus

10/2005 - 02/2006
Studies abroad at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna

Publications

Peer-reviewed publications

  • Publication: Mary Nthambi, Nonka Markova-Nenova, Frank Wätzold (2021):Quantifying Loss of Benefits from Poor Governance of Climate Change Adaptation Projects: A Discrete Choice Experiment with Farmers in Kenya, Ecological Economics 171, 106831 (Link)
  • Publication: Nonka Markova-Nenova and Frank Wätzold: Fair to the cow or fair to the farmer? The preferences of conventional milk buyers for ethical attributes of milk, Land Use Policy (79), 223-239 (Link)
  • Publication: Nonka Markova-Nenova and Frank Wätzold (2017): PES for the poor? Preferences of potential buyers of forest ecosystem services for including distributive goals in the design of payments for conserving the dry spiny forest in Madagascar, Forest Policy and Economics (80), 71-79 (Link)

Working Paper

  • Working Paper: Markova-Nenova, N., Wätzold, F., Sturm, A., 2020. Distributional Impacts of Cost-effective Spatially Homogeneous and Regionalized Agri-Environment Payments. A case study of a Grassland Scheme in Saxony, Germany. MPRA Working Paper No. 104759. (Link)
  • Working Paper: Nonka Markova-Nenova and Frank Wätzold (2017): Fairness to dairy cows or fairness to farmers: What counts more in the preferences of conventional milk buyers for ethical attributes of milk? (Link)
Conferences and Presentations
  • Conference Presentation: Markova-Nenova, N., Wätzold, F. and Sturm, A. Distributional Impacts of Cost-effective Spatially Homogeneous and Regionalized Agri-Environment Payments. A case study of a Grassland Scheme  in Saxony, Germany. presented at 26th Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE 2021). June 23-25, 2021.
  • Conference Presentation: "Cost-Effectiveness, Distributional Impacts and Regionalization in Agri-Environment Scheme Design. A case study of a Grassland Scheme in Saxony, Germany", presented at the BIOECON conference 2019 in Wageningen (the Netherlands)
  • Conference Presentation: "What Counts More – Fairness to Dairy Cows or Fairness to Farmers? The Preference of Conventional Milk Buyers for Ethical Attributes of Milk" at the 19th ANNUAL BIOECON CONFERENCE in Tilburg (Netherlands). (Link)
  • Workshop participation: Nonka Markova-Nenova participated at the Workshop „Umwelt‐ und
    Ressourcenökonomie“ (Environmental- and Resource Economics), 16.-17.02.2016, at Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Leipzig. Presentation topic: „Efficiency, Distributional Impacts and Regionalization in AES design. An Analysis of the Grassland Scheme in Saxony, Germany“
  • Presentation on the topic "The importance of equity in the design of PES schemes" at the Global Land Project Open Science Meeting, 21.03.2014 in Berlin
Teaching
  • Business Administration
  • Ökonomie der Landnutzung und Wasserbewirtschaftung

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