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New issue (45/4) is out

The latest issue of the ERAE contains papers on impacts of row planting in Ethiopia, two papers related to coffee (forecasting arabica coffee and the Swedish coffee market) two papers on biodiversity in arable farming in France, downside risk exposure in German dairy farming and a paper with a Bob Dylan type of title: The demands they are a-changin’.

Vol 45 #3 July 2018 available

The latest issue of the ERAE contains papers on Bargaining power, Eye Tracking, Family farms, Extreme weather and insurance, direct marketing and discrete choice models. Enjoy issue 45/3

Vol 45 #2 available

The latest issue of the European Review of Agricultural Economics brings papers on the relation between direct payments and land prices, estimations of crop yields, impacts of CAP greening, difference in consumer values for food between the US and Norway and on the (un)inportance of agriculture for agri-tourism.

New editor: Salvatore Di Falco

The Foundation is happy to announce that prof. dr. Salvatore Di Falco will become an editor of the European Review of Agricultural Economics on September 1, 2018. Salvatore is professor of environmental economics at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. He will fill up the position vacated by Giannis Karagiannnis, whose term ends by that date.

Vol 45 #1 available

The first issue of 2018, dated February 2018 is already available for some weeks. It contains papers on the persistence of technical inefficiency, cotton farming, impact of climate change on Italian farming,, Belgian dairy farms, nutrition labeling and hog futures. Enjoy!

ERAE Vol 44 #5 available

The last issue of the year 2017 of the European Review has been published. It contains papers on consumer acceptance of food biotech, estimation of risk and ambiguity, adoption of sustainable technology, duality theory and assessing an agri-food development strategy. Enjoy.

New editor

1st of September Carl Johann Lagerkvist has started as an editor of the European Review, replacing Iain Fraser who served as an editor for 5 years. We thank Iain for his contributions to make the Review a success, and wish Carl Johann success and an interesting time as editor.