The July issue of the ERAE is available in print. With papers on agricultural panels, distributional effects of food policy, economics of planting rights in wine, cost pass-through in retail dairy, self-interest inequity aversion in generic marketing and regulation of health claims in Italian yoghurt
The 2014 accounts of the EAAEP Foundation will be audited by Thomas Heckelei (chair of the Foundation) and Eirik Romstad, nominated for this task by the EAAE
Issue number 2 of the ERAE contains papers on private labels, consumer cohorts, quality upgrading, sales at a loss, coffee cooperatives, organic drystock farming and off-farm labour. And a book review. Enjoy!
The next meeting of the Board of the EAAEP Foundation, and its meeting with the editors and the publisher is on Tuesday June 9 2015, at the EAAE PhD workshop in Rome.
The first volume of the new year contains papers on risk and water trading, Nordic sheep farming, biodiversity, vertical price dependence in beef, decentralised innovation systems, gographical indications and the Germain dairy industry. As well as two book reviews.
The Board of the EAAEP Foundation had dediced to appoint prof. Giovanni Anania as a new board member. He has been nominated by the EAAE, to replace dr. Kyosti Pietola. The Board thanks dr. Pietola for his service to the Foundation and welcomes prof. Anania, who teaches at the University of Calabria (Italy).
The latest issue of the ERAE presents papers on farm adjustments for water scarcity, measurement of flexibility, analysis of risk, valuation of options and the effects of the CAP on agricultural employment. And a book review on the economics of natural disasters.
The Foundation is pleased to announce that dr Paolo Sckokai has accepted our invitation to join the Board of the Foundation. He is a former editor of the European Review of Agricultural Economics and very dedicated to the role of the journal in our profession. Dr. Sckokai teaches agricultural economics at the Catholic University of […]
Volume 41(4), dated September, was already available for some time. For those who have not yet seen it: it contains papers on Fair Trade coffee, crop land in rural Vietnam, El Nino and fishmeal/soy bean prices, CAP liberalisation, beliefs and preferences in food choice, disaster relief payments and modelling participation incentives
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