MSc theses – University of Copenhagen

MSc theses

MSc theses undertaken in connection to TGG-N.

Lucia Carla Vogel (2017) Livelihoods, NTFP domestication and poverty: the case of S. chirayita and P. polyphylla cultivation in Taplejung, Nepal. University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics, on-going.

Sumitra Paudel (2017) The trade of medicinal and aromatic plants: A retailer market survey from Nepal. University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics, on-going.

Alexander Buch-Larsen (2017) Rapid rise of processing in the medicinal and aromatic plants industry in Nepal: a critical assessment of drivers and the impacts on supplying farmers. University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics, on-going.

Sadikshya Bhattarai (2017) Do methods matter? Comparing estimates from two approaches to structured household surveys. University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics, on-going.

Maja Korsgaard Henriksen (2017) Challenges in the forestry sector in Nepal – investigating effects of policies and legislation regarding the non-timber forest product sector. University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics, 26 pp, Essay.

Liv Timmermann (2015) When plants become valuable: an assessment of the economic impact of medicinal and aromatic plant income on Himalayan households in Nepal. University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics, 86+42pp.