Nirit Havardi-Burger is an external doctoral candidate at the Chair of Economics of Horticulture and Landscaping at the Technical University Munich. For her dissertation, Havardi-Burger was involved in the project “sustainability in value chains of ornamental plants” at the Department of Horticulture and Food Technology at the University of Applied Sciences, Weihenstephan-Triesdorf.
She completed her master degree in Sustainable Resource Management at the Technical University Munich. Havardi-Burger also holds a master degree in Life Sciences from Tel-Aviv University in Israel, and has been working as a research associate in the biotech and pharma industry.
In her research, Havardi-Burger is investigating in sustainability aspects in the value chain of flowering potted plants. The goal of her dissertation is the development of a sustainability assessment tool, specific for the value chain of flowering potted plants.
Currently she is employed in a landscape-planning studio, specializing in feasibility studies and environmental assessments.
Havardi-Burger, N., Mempel, H., & Bitsch, V. (2021). Framework for sustainability assessment of the value chain of flowering potted plants for the German market. Journal of Cleaner Production 329, 129684. doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2021.129684
Havardi-Burger, N., Mempel, H., & Bitsch, V. (2020). Driving forces and characteristics of the value chain of flowering potted plants for the German market. European Journal of Horticultural Science 85 (4), 267-278. doi.org/10.17660/eJHS.2020/85.4.8
Havardi-Burger, N., Mempel, H., & Bitsch, V. (2020). Sustainability Challenges and Innovations in the Value Chain of Flowering Potted Plants for the German Market. Sustainability 12 (5), 1905. doi.org/10.3390/su12051905
Havardi-Burger, N., Mempel, H., & Bitsch, V. (2017). Supply chain of bedding plants and pot plants in Germany. DGG-Proceedings 7 (12) Osnabrück, Germany. www.dgg-online.org/.../dgg-pr-nb-2017.pdf
Paul, C., Griess, V. C., Havardi-Burger, N., & Weber, M. (2015). Timber-based agri-silviculture improves financial viability of hardwood plantations: A case study from Panama. Agroforestry Systems, 89 (2), 217–235.