9th EAAE PhD Workshop
22-24 June 2022, Parma (Italy)
Call for papers
The objective of the EAAE PhD Workshop is to give PhD students from different Countries the opportunity to present their research in a conference setting and to get feedback from peers and senior economists.
Participants will benefit from: i) plenary sessions in which keynote speakers from academic present their most recent contributions and provide guidance on how to successfully carry out research in the agricultural, environmental, food and development economics domain; non-academic keynote speakers offer a view on the needed skills to work in non-academic international organisation, possible careers opportunities and the selection processes; ii) informal parallel session in which students present their selected papers and receive feedback from their discussant; iii) research project format parallel sessions, in which students present their thesis research projects or other research activities where they are involved individually or with other colleagues. It is not necessary to bring definitive results. Topics related to assumptions, methodological approches and execution methods are also welcome.
Call for paper
The workshop welcomes submissions by PhD students at any stage of their PhD, as well as researchers who completed their PhD at the time of the workshop. Proposals are welcome in the areas of agricultural, environmental, food and development economics, and should be submitted in English in the form of extended abstracts. There will be two types of contributions: contributed papers and poster presentations. Proposals of contributed papers should not exceed 2000 words and should be submitted by January 31, 2022. Poster proposals should not exceed 800 words and should be submitted by March 30, 2022.
Proposals will be selected by the Scientific Committee. For authors’ guidelines and more information on how to submit your proposals, please visit the workshop website (www.parmaphdworkshop.unipr.it).
The 9th EAAE PhD workshop will be co-organised by the Italian Association of Agricultural and Applied Economics, the University of Parma through the School of Advanced Study in Food and Nutrition and the scientific collaboration of the University Cattolica di Piacenza and the University of Bologna.
The workshop will take place in Parma at the Department of Economic and Managerial Science of Parma University (https://sea.unipr.it/en)
The registration fee is 100 Euros for PhD students and 150 Euros for others, and includes coffee
breaks, lunch and the social dinner. To register, please visit the website
PhD students do not need to be EAAE members. Regular participants have to be member of the
EAAE at the time of registration for the workshop. If you are not yet a member, you can register at
the website of the EAAE: www.eaae.org.
EAAE and University of Parma, would like to encourage the participation of young researchers from
Eastern European countries through 10 scholarships of 500 Euros each that will be awarded to
students from Eastern Europe (or Africa) on the basis of the score received on their submitted
paper / project.
Contributed papers submission: January 31, 2022
Notification of acceptance to authors: February 28, 2022
Submission of full paper and registration: April 30, 2022
Poster presentation submission: March 30, 2022
Notification of acceptance to authors: April 15, 2022
Registration: April 30, 2022
- Chema Gil (CREDA)
- Liesbeth Dries (WUR)
- Maximo Torero Cullen (FAO)
- Sara Savastano (IFAD)
Filippo Arfini, Linda Arata, Dominique Barjolle, María Blanco, Zohra Bouamra-Mechemache,
Liesbeth Dries, Irina Dolgopolova, Janet Dwyer, Jan Fałkowski, Jelena Filipovic, Nedka Ivanova,
Laure Latruffe, Marina Nacka, Agata Malak-Rawlikowska, Sandra Notaro, Demetris Psalatopous,
Meri Raggi, Jens Rommel, Eteri Kharaishvili, Klaus Salhofer, Paolo Sckokai, Davide Viaggi, Matteo
Local Organising committee
Filippo Arfini, Maria Cecilia Mancini, Michele Donati, Mario Veneziani, Marianna Guareschi, Michele
Maccari, Davide Menozzi, Cristina Mora, Giovanni Sogari, Rosalia Filippini, Lisa Baldi, Francesca
Scazzina, Daniele Del Rio, Beatrice Biasini, Sonia Rizzoli.