We are happy to announce that the first issue of our new journal Q Open will be published by mid-December. We are now actively looking for papers for forthcoming issues. This new publication is a large undertaking for our association, important for the future of our profession. We hope you help us to make it […]
A new issue of the European Review of Agricultural Economics is now available with 8 papers on EU Trade policy, smallholders in tobacco and in rice, swittching cooperatives, fall army worms, decentralisation of policy, an RTC on cash transfers, and impact of French research.
Our board member Spiro Stefanou has been appointed as administrator of the USDA Economic Research Service. We congratulate Spiro with this new position. Unfortunately this means that Spiro has to resign as board member of the EAAEP Foundation, after 13 years of service in which he was very succesful in linking the American and European […]
The summer issue of the European Review of Agricultural Economics (Vol. 47, #3) is one of the thickest ever. 1365 pages with 15 intersting articles, including a review article on Machine learning in applied economics. Enjoy.
The editors have decided that also in 2019 the Award for Outstanding ERAE Journal Article will be shared between two papers. The 2019 winners: are Erlend Dancke Sandorf and Danny Campbell, ‘Accommodating satisficing behaviour in stated choice experiments’. Vol: 46 Issue: 1 Pages: 133-162 Sebastian Neuenfeldt, , Alexander; Gocht Thomas Heckelei and Pavel Ciaian:: Explaining […]
The editors of the ERAE decided to give the 2018 ERAE Referee Awards to (in alphabetical order): Frederic Ang (Wageningen UR) Ing-Marie Gren (SLU), Jens Rommel (SLU) Marcella Veronesi (Verona). Congratualisations to the winners.
Given the developments in the publshing industry on Open Access, the EAAEP Foundation (with the support of the EAAE) and OUP have taken the initiative to launch a new journal: Q Open. It is a fully open access journal that is based on a sound science approach, in which novelty and relevance or other subjective […]
The first issue of EuroChoices for this year is delayed, also in its digital edition as the lay-out team in Hong-Kong is overloaded with work due to Corvid-19 related planning problems.
After 20 years of service, Ulrich Koester and Csaba Csaki stepped down as co-editors of EuroChoices. We are very thankful for their dedication to the journal. Out of several interesting applications the Advisory Group of EuroChoices with AES and EAAEP representatives has appointed three new co-editors as of May 1, 2020: Martin Banse, Imre Ferto […]
In the light of the Corvid-19 crisis, our publishers (OUP for the European Review and Wiley for EuroChoices) have decided for the moment not to print journals. This is normally done in the Far East and (air) transport capacity is scarce, where it is also thought that most readers work from home but have their […]