Federal Institute
Agricultural, Environmental and Food Systems

DI Dr. Christoph TRIBL

Agricultural, Environmental and Food Systems
Dietrichgasse 27
1030 Vienna
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Deputy Head of Department at the Federal Institute of Agricultural Economics, Rural and Mountain Research (Department of Agriculture, Environment and Food Systems), Vienna/AT (since 2019)
Research associate at the Federal Institute of Agricultural Economics, Rural and Mountain Research, Vienna/AT (since 2019)
Head of Department at the Federal Institute of Agricultural Economics (Department of Methodology, Data Preparation and Models), Vienna/AT (2015-2018)
Research associate at the Federal Institute of Agricultural Economics, Vienna/AT (2006-2018)
Research associate at the Technical University of Munich/DE (Environmental Economics and Agricultural Policy Group) (2003-2005)
Doctoral studies of Economics at the Technical University of Munich/DE (Dr. rer. pol. 2012)
Studies of Agricultural Economics at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna/AT (DI 2002)
Foreign Studies at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth/UK (February - June 2002)

Main fields of work:

  • Economic and statistical analyses
  • Development of econometric models, mathematical programming models, simulation models etc.
  • Analyses of the impacts of changes in agricultural policy and other factors on the agricultural sector or on farms
  • Agricultural economic analyses on research questions related to agriculture, environment and food systems (e.g., provision of public goods and of ecosystem services by agriculture, interactions between land use and the environment)
  • Elaboration of forecasts of unpaid farm labour in agriculture in the context of the Economic Accounts for Agriculture using econometric models
  • Evaluation (measures of the rural development programme, national strategy of operational programmes of producer organisations)
  • Risk management in agriculture, income stabilisation
  • Industrial organization analyses (e.g., spatial competition of food processors)

Participation in committees:

  • Participation in working groups, e.g., of the Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Tourism (e.g., evaluation)
  • Participation of Statistics Austria (Economic Accounts for Agriculture)
  • Participation in international working parties (e.g., OECD)

BAB 056/22: Applying an agri-food systems approach

Basic principles and an analysis using the example of conflicting goals in land use Initial situation UN Sustainable Development Goals, the European Green Deal (with the "Farm To Fork"...

BAB 045/20: COVID-19 Lessons learnt

Context With the beginning of the Covi9-19 crisis in March 2020, weaknesses of the Austrian and global economic system became visible. The initiative for the research project was already taken in...

BAB 043/20: Vulnerability of Austrian food production to crises due to the consequences of Covid-19

Initial situation With the "measures" that the federal government has taken to contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus, the food supply of the population, and thus the food value chain, has...

BAB 040/20: Biophysical processes of agricultural land use in Austria

modelling and analysis Initial situation Austrian agriculture is increasingly caught between economic efficiency and ecologically sustainable production. In times of climate change and...

BAB 034/20: Evaluation of the national strategy for operational programs of fruit and vegetable producer organisations

Recognized producer organizations (POs) for fruit and vegetables can develop so-called "Operational Programs" (OP) within the framework of the common organization of agricultural markets,...

BAB 028/19: Integrated Flood Risk Management in Mountain Areas

Assessing Sectoral Interdependencies, Conflicts and Options for Policy Coordination Initial situation Since 1980, Europe has been affected by around 700 damaging flood events, causing over...

AWI/58/18 W: Ongoing Evaluation of the Rural Development Programme 2014-2020

Coordination of "Evaluation Package B" - Improving Farm Viability and Competitiveness Initial situation The Federal Institute for Agricultural Economics was involved in various stages...

AWI 180/17: Options for stabilising income of agricultural holdings

Initial situation The income of a farm fluctuates because the components of income (volumes, prices, agricultural payments, etc.) also fluctuate. Various influencing factors are cited in...

AWI/49/16 W: Functions and services of agriculture and their value to society

Agriculture provides a wide range of functions and services that go far beyond the cultivation of agricultural land and the production of food. In addition to pure agricultural production or...

AWI/50/16 W: Development of a method for time series analyses based on Austrian farm accountancy data

The network of farms keeping voluntary accounts has been providing comprehensive data on the income situation of agriculture and forestry in Austria for many years. However, ongoing...

BAB 012/05: Structuring and management of the data pool

Initial situation The work on facilitating access to and use of the INVEKOS data has so far been carried out mainly by Department II/1 of the BMLRT. The current scope of the data offered is...

BAB 011/05: Preparation of the bases for the Green Report and FADN as well as its sci-entific further development

Objective In the Federal Offices Act (Bundesämtergesetz i.d.g.F., § 16), the scope of the Federal Institute for Agriculture and Mining includes cooperation in the preparation of the Green...
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