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We welcome empirical and theoretical papers on the workshop’s main (but non-exhaustive) themes: - Macroeconomics related to wine (The role of exchange rates, International trade, Economic cycles, Revenue and demand, Wealth effect, Cointegration analysis, Global change in preferences, Emerging...
The workshop brings together many economists from around the African continent and globally fulfilling one of our major mandates – to strengthen local capacity for conducting independent, rigorous inquiry into problems facing the management of economies in sub-Saharan Africa. The five...
AAEA Invited Paper Sessions: - NAFTA Revisited – Moving Forward; - Ethics in Agricultural and Applied Economics Research; - Exploring Mechanisms Underlying the Gender Gap: Promotion. Perceptions, and Professional Networks; - Pollination Economics: The Supply of Honey and Pollination Services in...
The aim of the workshop is to unite researchers to integrate new insights from behavioral economics into the toolkit used to address food consumption issues. The focus is on heuristics and choice processes in food decision making.
The seminar addresses these questions by an exchange of current ideas and knowledge related to the effect of human personal characteristics, values, rationality, attitudes, emotions, goals, cognition etc. on production and consumption decisions. Such insights are important for the advancement of...
Each year, AARES organises an annual conference which is normally held in February. The aim of these events is to promote the profession of agricultural and resource economics in Australia and other countries, and to foster – in all sections of the economy – interest in and understanding of...
Innovations for the food system regard production, organization (internal processes, logistics, and marketing), technology, and management including the flexibility and speed to adapt to changing conditions and scenarios. System innovations and dynamics in food chains and networks could focus on...
The seminar invites an international scientific audience in the fields of agricultural economics, agricultural policy, farm management and any other field referring to the subject. The seminar will be based on oral presentations in plenary sessions by invited speakers and in parallel workgroups....
Each year a diverse set of papers, centred on the discipline of Agricultural Economics, is selected for the conference programme. Sessions cover topics such as agricultural trade and policy, environmental economics and policy, supply chain analysis, food demand and policy, behavioural economics,...
The seminar will explore consumption behavior and food chain dynamics as the result of the capabilities, strategies and environment of stakeholders in the food chain, including consumers. Consumption dynamics mostly refer to food transition with a rising intake of meat, sugar, fats and processed...
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