The December issue of the European Review contains papers on Brexit, Climate variability, Yield risk, Early exits from farming, certifying wheat farmers, EU-Ukranian trade of sun flower and DT maize. Enjoy.
As the renewal of the Common Agricultural Policy as well as Climate change policies are triggering many research projects, also on a national or regional scale (e.g., for national plans), the editors of Q Open are especially interested in papers that, in a sound science approach, report results from such projects. Please consider Q Open as an outlet for your papers. Find out more at: https://academic.oup.com/qopen; submit at: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/qopen
ERAE issue number 4 was published in September and contains the plenary papers from the EAAE congres, held online from Prague in July. And 7 original articles.
The second issue of EuroChoices has been published this summer. It contains a large number of papers in a special section on Climate Change – especially relevant for those who prepare for COP26 in November in Glasgow.
The latest edition of the ERAE, dated July 2023, contains articles on traceability, risk and production shocks, joint liability in climate change, Fulani militia, the optimal drought index, shipping the best products out, and an eye tracking study. Enjoy.
The Board of the EAAEP Foundation has appointed prof. Jill J. McCluskey (Washington State University, USA) as board member. She fills the position vacated by Spiro Stefanou. We welcome prof. McCluskey and look forward to a pleasant collaboration
Thursday July 22 we organise a panel session at the EAAE Congress. Title: Raising the Impact of Agricultural Economics on Policy: the Role of Journals and Social Media in the Societal Debate. With this we celebrate the 20th anniversary of EuroChoices.
The latest issue of the ERAE is now online. Vol 48/3 with 7 interesting papers.
The editors of the ERAE selected as Outstanding 2020 paper of the journal Ruiqing Miao’s “Climate, insurance and innovation: the case of drought and innovations in drought-tolerant traits in US agriculture” Vol 47. Issue 5. Congratulations with the Award!
The editors of the ERAE have choosen the best reviewers of 2020: Jean-Paul Chavas, (emeritus professor University of Wisconsin-Madison, US), Sergio Colombo (IFAPA, Spain), Karine Latouche (INRAE, France), Andrew Stevens (University of Wisconsin-Madison, US). Congratulations to the winners!