Inna Rudenko
Inna Rudenko
Urgench state university, senior lecturer
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Value chains for rural and regional development: The case of cotton, wheat, fruit and vegetable value chains in the lower reaches of the Amu Darya River, Uzbekistan
I Rudenko
Hannover: Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, 2008
Pros and cons of cotton production in Uzbekistan
N Djanibekov, I Rudenko, J Lamers, I Bobojonov
CUL Initiatives in Publishing (CIP), 2010
The added value of a water footprint approach: Micro-and macroeconomic analysis of cotton production, processing and export in water bound Uzbekistan
I Rudenko, M Bekchanov, U Djanibekov, JPA Lamers
Global and planetary change 110, 143-151, 2013
Can Uzbek farmers get more for their cotton?
I Rudenko, JPA Lamers, U Grote
The European Journal of Development Research 21 (2), 283-296, 2009
Follow the innovation-participatory testing and adaptation of agricultural innovations in Uzbekistan: guidelines for researchers and practitioners
M Ul Hassan, AK Hornidge, A Akramkhanov, I Rudenko, N Djanibekov, ...
DEU, 2011
Cotton, water, salts and soums: economic and ecological restructuring in Khorezm, Uzbekistan
C Martius, I Rudenko, JPA Lamers, PLG Vlek
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011
The comparative advantages of the present and future payment structure for agricultural producers in Uzbekistan
I Rudenko, JPA Lamers
Central Asian Journal of management, economics and social research 5 (1-2 …, 2006
State order and policy strategies in the cotton and wheat value chains
I Rudenko, K Nurmetov, JPA Lamers
Cotton, Water, Salts and Soums, 371-387, 2012
Using a value chain approach for economic and environmental impact assessment of cotton production in Uzbekistan
I Rudenko, U Grote, J Lamers
Environmental problems of central Asia and their economic, social and …, 2008
Winter wheat quantity or quality? Assessing food security in Uzbekistan
KM Kienzler, I Rudenko, J Ruzimov, N Ibragimov, JPA Lamers
Food Security 3 (1), 53-64, 2011
Mapping and analyzing service provision for supporting agricultural production in Khorezm, Uzbekistan
D Niyazmetov, I Rudenko, JPA Lamers
Cotton, Water, Salts and Soums, 113-126, 2012
Optimal crop allocation and consequent ecological benefits in large-scale (shirkat) farms in Uzbekistan’s transition process
I Bobojonov, I Rudenko, JPA Lamers
Continuity and Change: Land and Water Use Reforms in Rural Uzbekistan—Socio …, 2008
Wert schöpfen, Wasser sparen: Effizienzsteigerung im usbekischen Baumwollsektor
I Rudenko, U Grote, JPA Lamers, C Martius
Osteuropa, 406-417, 2008
Analysis of farmer enterprises and agricultural markets
B Ruzmetov, Z Rahimov, I Rudenko
ZEF work papers for sustainable development in Central Asia. Bonn, 1-36, 2003
Cotton, Water, Salts and Soums – Research and Capacity Building for Decision-Making in Khorezm, Uzbekistan
PLG Vlek, JPA Lamers, C Martius, I Rudenko, A Manschadi, R Eshchanov
Cotton, Water, Salts and Soums, 3-22, 2012
The Aral Sea: An Ecological Disaster
I Rudenko, JPA Lamers
CUL Initiatives in Publishing (CIP), 2010
Value Chains in Uzbekistan: The case of cotton, wheat and vegetable chains in Khorezm province and their potential for developing agricultural sector
I Rudenko
PhD Thesis, Bonn University, Centre for Development Research (ZEF), 2008
Pros and cons of cotton production in Uzbekistan, case study of the program:“Food policy for development countries: The role of government in the global food system. 2010
N Djanibekov, I Rudenko, JPA Lamers, I Bobojonov
Employing ecotourism opportunities for sustainability in the Aral sea region: Prospects and challenges
O Saidmamatov, U Matyakubov, I Rudenko, V Filimonau, J Day, T Luthe
Sustainability 12 (21), 9249, 2020
The Aral Sea: an ecological disaster. Case study 8-6
I Rudenko, JPA Lamers
Food policy for developing countries: case studies, 2010
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