The latest volume of the ERAE has papers on non-linearities in futures, biases in choice experiments, the hog cycle (revisited after 100 years), different roads of Finnish and Norwegian dairy after EU accession, willingness to pay for less pesticides on apples, demand for (fast) food away from home and prospect theory in risk analysis. Plus […]
Subscibers to the ERAE have found the last number of 2013 in their mailbox. It contains papers on profit persistence in the EU Food industry, pest management with harvest timing, pest management with control spillovers, predictive power of risk preference, fairtrade, and food scares in relation to supplier concentration. Book review.
ERAE Volume 40 number 4, dated September 2013, has been published. Subscribers found a thick copy in their post box: a special issue edited by Roberto Esposti and Franco Sotte on Evaluating the Effectiveness of Agricultural and Rural Policies. Papers first presented at the 122th EAAE Seminar in Ancona. Enjoy!
The EAAEP Foundation seeks a 4th editor for the ERAE. Have a look to the full vacancy announcement Vacancy Announcement_4th_Editor_ERAE_2014
New impact factors have been released for the ERAE. The trend is upwards, to 1.854 (2-years average) and 2.0 for the 5 years average.
OUP has published a new issue of the European Review of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 40 Number 3 (July 2013) has been received by the subscribers. It contains papers on quality labels, crop diversity, disinvestment decisions, decoupled payments and the role of stocks in price fluctuations. As well as some book reviews.
Emmanuelle Chevassus-Lozza and Karine Latouche have been awardied the Outstanding ERAE Journal Article Award 2012 for their paper entitled Firms, markets and trade costs: access of French exporters to European agri-food markets, European Review of Agricultural Economics 39: 257-288. The paper was choosen by the editors of the ERAE, who select the best paper, and the prize was formally […]
The Board of the EAAEP Foundation will meet on Wednesday May 29 in Leuven (B). At the same day it will also meet with OUP and the Editors. The meetings coincide with the EAAE PhD workshop afterwards.
Miranda Meuwissen (Wageningen University) will take over as book editor from Bruno Henry de Frahan (Catholic University de Louvain, Belgium). The EAAEP Foundation thanks Bruno for all his work and wishes Miranda success with her book editorship.
Based on a nomination by the current editors, who consulted the editorial board, and after consultation of the publisher OUP, the Foundation has appointed Giannis Karagiannis as an editor, starting September 1, 2013. He will replace Christopher Weiss, who served his time. The Foundation thanks all candidates for showing their interest and whishes Giannis success in his […]