Category Archives: EAAEP

website renewal

We are currently upgrading the website to reflect the new constitution (statutes) of the Foundation. These reflect that the Foundation is now more closely aligned with the EAAE and acts as its Publication Committee. This also implies that the Foundation is now, on behalf of the EAAE, responsible for the journal EuroChoices that is published together with AES via Wiley. In next days we hope to have updated all the pages with the newest information.

New editor appointed

We received several applications for our vacancy for a new ERAE editor. Thanks to all who applied. Based on a recommendation of the editors the EAAEP Foundation appointed Celine Nauges (Toulouse, France) as new editor. On September 1 she will replace Ada Wossink, We welcome Celine and wish her a fine and succesfull period at the Review.

First review paper in ERAE 46-5

The ERAE has taken the initiative to commission Review papers. The first one is on How to run an experimental auction?. It appeared in the last issue of 2019. We hope it is of great use to all who are interested to use this methodology.

Other topics in this issue are on structural change in agriculture, beliefs and food safety policy, new agricultural ventures and congestion in protected areas.

Referee awards 2018

The editors have choosen their favourite referees for 2018. Awards go to Martina Bozzola, Vincenzina Caputo, Robert Finger and Sebastian Hess. Congratulations and thanks to all reviewers for their work to keep the standards of ERAE high!

Board meeting

The Board of the Foundation met on October 1 in Prague. Meetings included a meeting with the editors of the ERAE and publisher OUP, as well as a meeting with the EAAE Board.

ERAE #3: special issue CAP

The 3rd issue of the European Review of Agricultural Economics has been published. It is a special issue on experimental approaches in evaluation the Common Agricultural Policy.

ERAE #2, April is out

The latest issue of the ERAE contains papers on credence atttributes, farm level efficiency, decoupled payments, farm exit decisions, private standards and trade, meat labelling and retail concentration. Enjoy.