Category Archives: EAAEP

Downloads of EuroChoices an all time high

EuroChoices saw an exceptional high number of downlaods in 2021. Most papers in the top-10 of the 100.000+ downloads were papers related to Covid-19 and the food system. As Belgium was after the USA the most downloading country, we conclude that outreach to the EU ‘bubble’ in Brussels works.

ERAE issue 3

Issue 3 of the current volume of the ERAE is now available. It contains papers on inputs delivery, the US corn industry, co-movement of prices, ameneties of forestry, Columbia, chickpeas and rent-price ratios in German land markets.

EAAEP meetings in Parma

The EAAE P Foundations has its annual meetings this year at the PhD workshop in Parma on June 22. The foundation meets with editors of ERAE and Q Open and with OUP and the EAAE Board. Send an e-mail to the secretary (kjpoppe@hccnet.nl) if you want to flag our attention to a specific topic.

ERAE 49 (2) March issue

The latest issue of the EUropean Review has papers on the topics in our discipline, environemental investment behaviour, CAP effects on land prices, African trade of mangoes, inefficiency in dairy, and animal welfare. Enjoy!

EuroChoices 2021(3)

THe last issue of our 20th anniversary issue of EuroChoices containts papers on agrigultural policies and health, modelling transitions in Farm to Fork, disappointing new CAP, how to monitor the CAP, ammonia, experiments, UK organics, wildfires, lfarm labour and farm structure, insects and food waste, migrant labour, 20 years trade negotiations and small farmers in rural development. All highly policy relevant.

ERAE issue 5

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.

Q Open is open for papers on the CAP or Climate Change

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

EuroChoices for COP26

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.