Ing. Vladimír Verner, Ph.D.

Supervised theses

I have supervised 25 bachelor and 30 master theses since starting to teach at Faculty of Tropical AgriSciences in 2004. The most interesting and valuable ones are listed bellow.

Master thesis

Collecting-Processing-Use: Traditional Knowledge on Rainforest Plant Resources through Eye of Visual Anthropology
Pavel Borecký, 2012

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Market-oriented non-timber forest products collection and rural livelihood in Peruvian Amazon
Helena Kotková, 2012

Making a living: Family resources and livelihood strategies among informal settlers in Can Tho city southern Vietnam
Ngoc Duc Nguyen, 2011

Economic evaluation of traditional orchard establishment in Fergana valley, Kyrgyzstan
Zuzana Wurstová, 2011

Two decades of Human Development Index: Do we travel along an open highway, a blind alley or have we been missing short cuts along the way?
Irena Grohová, 2011

Non timber forest products collection and use by rural households in protected area buffer-zone: A case study of Phong Dien Natural Reserve, Vietnam
Magdalena Vorlíčková, 2010

Comparative assessment of small-holder farming systems in humid tropics: A case study from Peruvian Amazon
Barbora Hladká, 2009

Agricultural extension approaches in India: Contract farming vs. price Support Mechanism
Ritesh Kumar, 2008

Value chain development in pineapple production: Experience from North Sumatra province, Indonesia
Lucie Nejedlá, 2008

Traditional market chain system versus contract farming: Tobacco planting among small-holders in North Sumatra province, Indonesia
Eva Svobodová, 2007

Bachelor theses

Household economy and living standard criteria of rural families living at the edge of biodiversity hotspot: Case study of Phong Dien Nature Reserve, Central Vietnam
Zuzana Nováková, 2012