Research subjects in the Chair of Agricultural Economics
and International Economic Relations

The chair is composed of three divisions. For more clearness they are beneath treated separately, though in many cases the research is done together by members of different divisions. There is no formal separation of research topics between divisions.
Division of Agricultural Economics:

  • prices and markets of main agricultural and foodstuff products (methods of analysis, interdependence of domestic and European prices, market effectiveness)
  • application of quantitative methods to the appraisal of functionality and to forecasting parameters (prices, supply and demand in the domestic and world market) of the basic agricultural markets
  • international trade in agricultural and food products (tendencies, prices, competitiveness)
  • economics and management of real estate
  • real estate market and pricing
  • market intervention in agriculture and its effectiveness
  • economics of agricultural production
  • cautionary forecasting in agribusiness
  • economics of organic farming.

Division of International Economic Relations:

  • international economic relations in food economy
  • processes of concentration in the food economy in various aspects, including direct foreign investments, mergers and takeovers of enterprises
  • economic aspects of the EU integration with reference to agribusiness
  • agricultural trade and international agricultural and food markets
  • agricultural economics in selected Polish and other country regions
  • real estate pricing in agriculture and agribusiness
  • economic aspects of environmental protection and natural resources management, including renewable energy sources, domestic and international
  • economics of energy production from renewable sources
  • environmental impact of various logistics and energy supply solutions.

Division of Quantitative Methods

  • statistical analysis of mass phenomena in agriculture and food economy
  • econometric modeling of economic dependencies in agriculture and food economy
  • information and informatics problems in functioning of agricultural markets
  • mathematical modeling of various economic cases of with traits of conflict or cooperation
  • classification modeling for purpose of forecasting
  • commodity exchange in direct mood
  • application of neuron networks in classification models
  • probabilistic methods in general
  • game theory
  • auction theory, including agricultural auctions
  • analysis of commodity exchange markets, including the Warsaw Commodity Exchange Inc.
  • risk analysis in agriculture.