European Association of Agricultural Economists (www.EAAE.org)
Newsflash 2021, April
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 email@example.com .
Professor Yves Surry passed away
It is with great sadness we have to announce that our friend and colleague Yves Surry passed away on March 6th 2021. We will always remember Yves as the generous, brilliant, positive, inquisitive, selfless and giving person that he was, always eager and ready to engage with us all.
Yves Surry began his career as a teacher and researcher in agricultural economics at Nova Scotia Agricultural College and at the University of Guelph in Canada. He obtained his PhD at the University of Guelph in 1988. He worked as an economist at the International Trade Policy Directorate, Agriculture Canada, in Ottawa from 1987 to 1993.
In 1993, Yves returned to France and joined INRA in Rennes as a Director of Research at Station d’Economie et Sociologie Rurales (the unit that later became SMART-LERECO at INRAE) where he continued his research in evaluation of agrifood and trade policies and in economic modelling.
In 2004, he joined the Department of Economics at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Uppsala as Professor in Agricultural policy and International Trade. In 2019, he became Professor emeritus at SLU. He stayed committed to continue the work that he loved, actively collaborating with colleagues and supporting students.
The people who worked with Yves remember his scientific curiosity, his meticulousness in his research and his dedication to his work and his students. All those who engaged with him have felt his charisma, his sensitivity and his humor. Nature-loving hiker and biker, a stalwart of rugby in his youth, funny, sometimes clumsy but always respectful of others, always there for anyone willing to engage, Yves seemed indestructible to us.
Friends and colleagues at INRAE and SLU
Vacancy Editor ERAE
The EAAEP Foundation, the publication committee of the EAAE, is searching for a new editor for the European Review of Agricultural Economics as of September 1, 2021 to replace Jack Peerlings who has served for 5 years.
Please see here the vacancy information.
The wind of change of sustainability standards: sailing economic, governance, and policy perspectives
Future challenges and resilience of farming systems in Europe
Raising the Impact of Agricultural Economics: Multidisciplinarity, Stakeholder Engagement and Novel Approaches
Agro-Food Policy Modelling as an Effective and Expeditious Response to Today’s Urgent Issues
Non-EAAE events – New and 3 upcoming
NEW | Congress | The Transformation of Agr. & Food Systems | Online per Zoom (Humboldt-University of Berlin, GEWISOLA annual conference) | Germany | 22-24 September 2021.
Congress | XIII Spanish Congress of Agrifood Economics | Cartagena | Spain | 1-3 September 2021.
Course | Econometrics course with Stata and R | 1 February – 31 December 2021.
Congress | Agriculture, food and global value chains | Rome | Italy | 9-11 June 2021.
NEW | Post doc | Markets Dynamics | INRAE | France | deadline 31 May 2021.
EAAE members have access to their own registration card. The EAAE login is available on the homepage of the EAAE using the email address and personal password. You can login here. There is also the option to retrieve the password when forgotten or to modify it. After login you will also find the link for free access of EuroChoices online!
As a member you have the possibility to post vacancies and non-EAAE events on the website of the EAAE. Please login and go to ‘Post events (congress, seminars, courses, PhD activities) and Jobs’ and choose ‘new’. The information will be visible on the website after the approval of the secretariat.
The EAAE has a small and part time secretariat.
Therefore we are not able to handle our mails on a daily basis and it can take a number of days before you get an answer of to approve the information for the website.