The EAAEP Foundation and the Editors of the ERAE will meet in Parma at the EAAE Congress. The following (closed, on invitation only) meetings are scheduled. Wednesday 30 August, 15.00 – 17.00 hours Meeting of the EAAEP Foundation Thursday 31 August 12.30 13.30 hours: meeting ERAE Editors Thursday 31 August 13.30 – 15.30 hours: meeting […]
Congratulations to Sergio H. Lence, Dermot J. Hayes, Julian M. Alston and John Stephen C. Smith for winning the Prize for the outstanding 2016 journal article in the ERAE
contains papers on shadow values in constrained optimisation models, risk attitude in production risk of farmers, abandonment of milk production in Germany, fair labour certification, Dutch dairy farms, and empirics of decoupling
The European Review of Agricultural Economics is introducing a new section for review articles, and the ERAE Editors welcome proposals for review articles from EAAE members. Review articles should provide a comprehensive and scholarly account of a topic that has direct relevance to agricultural economics (methodological or applied) and that has not recently been covered […]
It is a good tradition that the EAAEP Foundation provides the Programme Committee of the EAAE Congress with some funds to attract a key note speaker from outside our own network of agricultural economists. For the congress in Parma the Programme Committee has invited prof. Olivier de Schutter to give the ERAE Lecture. We look […]
The latest issue of the European Review presents papers on returns to fertilizer use in Africa, food attributes, biogas and landrents in Germany, preferences for local products, technology adoption, design criteria in choice experiments and quality differentiated commodities. Enjoy!
The EAAEP Foundation has appointed dr. Carl-Johan Lagerkvist as editor of the ERAE. He will start on September 1, on the position then vacated by dr. Iain Fraser. The appointment follows the advice of the current editors. We wish Carl-Johan a successful editorship.
contains papers on trade-offs between GHG emissions, food miles and origin; GHG efficiency in French sheep meat, technological progress in vertical product differentiation, behaviour in contract farming, restrictions on irrigation in the Beauce (France) and fish prices
The editors of the ERAE have decided to make their annual report publicly available. The February 2017 issue provides interesting information on the performance of the ERAE in terms of acceptance rates, length of the review process, downlads and much more.
Good news, the European Review of Agricultural Economics (ERAE) has been upgraded to ‘green’ on the SHERPA/RoMEO open-access-status website. ‘Green’ is the website’s most liberal status in regard to a journal’s policy towards authors self-archiving their articles. The SHERPA/RoMEO status is used by some research-funding agencies to limit the journals in which authors are allowed […]