Assistant Professor, Food and Resource Economics Group
MacMillan 331, 2357 Main Mall
The University of Kiel, 2014, PhD Economics
University of Greifswald, 2008, Diplom Landscape Ecology
My research focuses on the interaction of economic development and the environment. Specifically, I am interested how improved market access and property rights affect rural welfare and natural resources such as forests, fish stocks and biodiversity.
I teach at the undergraduate level and at the graduate level in the Master of Food and Resource Economics (MFRE) program.
- FRE 374 Land and Resource Economics
Wunder, S., Noack, F., & Angelsen, A. (2018). Climate, crops, and forests: a pan-tropical analysis of household income generation. Environment and Development Economics, 1-19.
Noack, F., Riekhof, M. C., & Quaas, M. (2018). Development in a Dual Economy: The Importance of Resource-Use Regulation. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 5(1), 233-263.
Larsen, A. E., & Noack, F. (2017). Identifying the landscape drivers of agricultural insecticide use leveraging evidence from 100,000 fields. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114 (21), 5473–5478.