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European Review of Agricultural Economics
ISSN 0165-1587 (PRINT) ISSN 1464-3618 (ONLINE)
Volume 41 Number 3 July 2014
European Review of
Agricultural Economics
Special issue: Plenary papers of the XIVth EAAE Congress, Ljubljana, 2014
Theme: Agri-Food and Rural Innovations for Healthier Societies
Jutta Roosen
Plenary Papers
Behavioural economics
Jayson L. Lusk
Health and food: responses of the food industry
Vincent Réquillart and Louis-Georges Soler
Volume 41 Number 3 July 2014
Adaptation to climate change in Sub-Saharan agriculture
Salvatore Di Falco
LUMINATE and the Gulf of Mexico hypoxia
Catherine L. Kling, Yiannis Panagopoulos, Sergey S. Rabotyagov,
Adriana M. Valcu, Philip W. Gassman, Todd Campbell, Michael J. White,
Jeffrey G. Arnold, Raghavan Srinivasan, Manoj K. Jha, Jeffrey J. Richardson,
L.Monika Moskal, R. Eugene Turner and Nancy N. Rabalais
Resilience and farm management
Ika Darnhofer
Pricing undesirable state-contingent outputs
Robert G. Chambers, Teresa Serra and Alfons Oude Lansink
Presidential Address
Trade rules and food security
Alan Matthews
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European Review of Agricultural Economics
Iain Fraser
School of Economics
Keynes College
University of Kent
Canterbury CT2 7NP
United Kingdom
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Giannis Karagianinis
Department of Economics
University of Macedonia
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54006 Thessaloniki
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Steven McCorriston
Department of Economics
University of Exeter Business School
University of Exeter
Exeter EX4 4PU
United Kingdom
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Book Review Editor
Miranda Meuwissen
Business Economics
Wageningen University
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6706 KN Wageningen
The Netherlands
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Editorial Board
Frode Alfnes, Norwegian University of Life
Sciences, Aas
Jesus Anton, OECD, Paris
Chris Barrett, Cornell University, Ithaca
Stefan Bojnec, University of Primorska
Roberto Esposti, Università Politecnica delle
Cornelis Gardebroek, Wageningen University
Thomas Glauben, IAMO, Halle
Alex Gohin, INRA, Rennes
Barry Goodwin, North Carolina State University
George Hendrikse, Erasmus University, Rotterdam
Giannis Karagiannis, University of Macedonia,
Carl J. Lagerkvist, Swedish University of
Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala
Laure Latruffe, INRA, Rennes
Maria Loureiro, University of Santiago de
Jens Peter Loy, University of Kiel
Stephane Marette, INRA, Grignon
Jill McCluskey, Washington State University
Celine Nauges, INRA, Toulouse
Martin Odening, Humboldt University, Berlin
John Quiggin, University of Queensland
Vincent Réquillart, INRA, Toulouse
Timothy Richards, Arizona State University
Dan Rigby, University of Manchester
Riccardo Scarpa, University of Waikato
Kathleen Segerson, University of Connecticut
Teresa Serra, Center for Agro-food Economy and
Development, Barcelona
Ian Sheldon, Ohio State University
Jim Shortle, Pennsylvania State University
Jo Swinnen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Ada Wossink, University of Manchester
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The European Review of Agricultural Economics (ERAE) serves as a forum for innovative theoretical and applied
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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.
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