Auszug aus dem EAAE Newsflash 2019, December

(European Association of Agricultural Economists;


ERAE information:

The European Review of Agricultural Economics now accepts 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 in the literature. A pre-submission enquiry is required. If you are interested in writing a review article for ERAE, please send an abstract, outline, and key references to


ERAE vacancy announcement:


The European Agricultural and Applied Economics Publications Foundation, in short EAAEP Foundation, is seeking to appoint a new Editor for the European Review of Agricultural Economics (hereafter: ERAE or the Review) for the period beginning September 2020 (or as soon as possible thereafter). The new appointment is to replace Ada Wossink who will step down next year. Candidates should be familiar with the agricultural economics profession in Europe, and have an extensive knowledge of the relevant literature. They should have a good publishing record and proven reviewing expertise. Experience as a member of the Editorial Board of a scientific journal is an advantage. A stimulating vision regarding the position and development of the ERAE should accompany these scholarly requirements. Ability to work in a team and to manage deadlines effectively is definitely required.

More information you can read here:


EAAE winners Publication Awards 2018

The Board of the EAAE approved the proposals from the EAAE award committee as follows :

  • Quality of Policy Contribution Award in honour of Giovanni Anania
    Anna Lungarska, Raja Chakir ‘Climate-induced Land Use Change in France: Impacts of Agricultural Adaptation and Climate Change Mitigation’ published in Ecological Economics, 147(2018) 134-154
  • Quality of Research Discovery Award
    Nathaniel D. Jensen, Andrew G. Mude, Christopher B. Barrett ‘How basis risk and spatiotemporal adverse selection influence demand for index insurance: Evidence from northern Kenya’ published in Food Policy, 74 (2018) 172-198

Congratulations to the winners !



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