The EAAEP Foundation defines the Aimes and Scope of the ERAE in agreement with the Editors and the Publisher.
Aims and Scope
The European Review of Agricultural Economics (ERAE) serves as a forum for innovative theoretical and applied agricultural economics research.
The ERAE strives for balanced coverage of economic issues within the broad subject matter of agricultural and food production, consumption and trade, rural development, and resource use and conservation. Topics of specific interest include multiple roles of agriculture; trade and development; industrial organisation of the food sector; institutional dynamics; consumer behaviour; sustainable resource use; bioenergy; agricultural, agri-environmental and rural policy; specific European issues.
Methodological articles are welcome. All published papers are at least double peer reviewed and must show originality and innovation. The ERAE also publishes book reviews.
In addition to research articles, the journal also publishes review articles. 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 in the literature. Normally these are authored by individuals who have themselves made a significant contribution to the topic under review and/or are acknowledged authorities in the field. A pre-submission enquiry to is required for review articles. An abstract, outline and key references should be emailed to email@example.com. Review article submissions undergo the normal review process.