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Volume 19, issue 1, 2020

EU‐UK Brexit Negotiations, Covid‐19 and Key Roles for Economists pp. 3-3 Downloads
John Davis
Defending British Farming Standards in Post‐Brexit Trade Negotiations pp. 4-10 Downloads
Derrick Wilkinson
The Proof is Not in the EATing pp. 11-16 Downloads
Trine Thorkildsen and Dag Henning Reksnes
Food Loss and Waste: Some Guidance pp. 17-21 Downloads
Ulrich Koester, Jens‐Peter Loy and Yanjun Ren
Measuring Food Loss and Waste: An FAO Perspective pp. 22-23 Downloads
Jakob Skoet, Carola Fabi and Andrea Cattaneo
Food Waste and Food Safety Linkagesalong the Supply Chain pp. 24-29 Downloads
Luiza Toma, Cesar Revoredo‐Giha, Montserrat Costa‐Font and Bethan Thompson
Reforming Agricultural Policies Will Help to Improve Environmental Performance pp. 30-35 Downloads
Gwen DeBoe, Koen Deconinck, Ben Henderson and Jussi Lankoski
Eco‐Schemes and Private Sustainability Initiatives: Creating Synergies pp. 36-40 Downloads
Krijn Poppe and Hannah Koutstaal
The Agricultural Land Market in the EU and the Case for Better Data Provision pp. 41-47 Downloads
Jason Loughrey, Trevor Donnellan and Kevin Hanrahan
German Farmers’ Perspectives on Direct Payments in the Common Agricultural Policy pp. 48-52 Downloads
Marius Michels, Johannes Möllmann and Oliver Musshoff
Mutual Funds and the Income Stabilisation Tool in the EU: Retrospect and Prospects pp. 53-58 Downloads
Jean Cordier and Fabio Santeramo

Volume 18, issue 3, 2019

Agriculture and Brexit Britain's ‘No‐deal’ Tariff Plans pp. 4-9 Downloads
Alan Swinbank
How Efficient is the French Less‐Favoured Area Programme? pp. 10-17 Downloads
Dominique Vollet and Alessandra Kirsch
European Landscapes in Transition: Implications for Policy Integration and Landscape Governance pp. 18-23 Downloads
Jørgen Primdahl, Teresa Pinto‐Correia and Bas Pedroli
Productivity improvements and reducing GHG emission intensity in agriculture go together – up to a point pp. 24-25 Downloads
Santiago Guerrero and Maho Nakagawa
Dairy Intensification and Quota Abolition: A Comparative Study of Production in Ireland and the Netherlands pp. 26-32 Downloads
Doris Läpple and Gordon Sirr
Gender and the Preservation of Family Farming in Ireland pp. 33-37 Downloads
Lorraine Balaine
Explaining Recent Firm Growth in Dutch Horticulture pp. 38-43 Downloads
Evert Los, Cornelis Gardebroek and Ruud Huirne
Practicality of Policy Prescriptions pp. 45-45 Downloads
Berkeley Hill

Volume 18, issue 2, 2019

Brexit and the Challenges in Communicating Economics pp. 3-3 Downloads
John Davis
Renewing the Governance of Rural Land after Brexit: an Ecosystems Policy Approach pp. 4-10 Downloads
Ian Hodge
Finally Free to Green Agriculture Policy? UK post‐Brexit Policy Developments in the Shadow of the CAP and Devolution pp. 11-16 Downloads
Viviane Gravey
Will Brexit Impact on the Social Contributions Made by Agriculture? pp. 17-22 Downloads
Berkeley Hill and Dylan Bradley
How Ireland is Facing the Threat of a ‘No‐deal' Brexit pp. 23-27 Downloads
Alan Matthews
Will a No‐deal Brexit Disturb the EU‐UK Agri‐food Trade? pp. 28-36 Downloads
Angela Cheptea and Marilyne Huchet
Popular initiatives increasingly stimulate agricultural policy in Switzerland pp. 38-39 Downloads
Robert Huber and Robert Finger
Agricultural Risk Management in the European Union: A Proposal to Facilitate Precautionary Savings pp. 40-46 Downloads
Marcel van Asseldonk, Roel Jongeneel, Gerrit van Kooten and Jean Cordier
Tim Josling's Legacy – The Gold Standard to Measure Agricultural Support pp. 47-48 Downloads
Wilfrid Legg
Political Economy and the Nature of State Interventions pp. 49-49 Downloads
Berkeley Hill

Volume 18, issue 1, 2019

EU and US Agricultural Policies Compared pp. 3-3 Downloads
John Davis
EU and US Agricultural Policies: Commonalities and Contrasts pp. 4-10 Downloads
David Blandford and Alan Matthews
The Common Agricultural Policy's New Delivery Model Post‐2020: National Administration Perspective pp. 11-17 Downloads
Mary Carey
Environment and Climate in the Common Agricultural Policy pp. 18-25 Downloads
Pierre Dupraz and Hervé Guyomard
Perspectives of Central and Eastern European Countries on Research and Innovation in the New CAP pp. 26-32 Downloads
Jan Pokrivcak, Pavel Ciaian and Dušan Drabik
Another Reform of the Common Agricultural Policy: What to Expect pp. 34-39 Downloads
Michel Petit
Agricultural Policy Expenditures in the European Union and the United States pp. 40-41 Downloads
David Blandford and Alan Matthews
The Future of US Farm Policy pp. 42-48 Downloads
Vincent H. Smith and Joseph W. Glauber
Conservation and the Environment in US Farm Legislation pp. 49-55 Downloads
Erik Lichtenberg
Food Assistance Programmes and Food Insecurity in the United States pp. 56-61 Downloads
Craig Gundersen

Volume 17, issue 3, 2018

Public Goods and Environmental Management pp. 3-3 Downloads
John Davis
A Social‐Ecological Systems Approach to Enhance Sustainable Farming and Forestry in the EU pp. 4-10 Downloads
Janet Dwyer, Marielle Berriet‐Solliec, François Gaël Lataste, Chris Short, Anne Maréchal and Kaley Hart
Towards a Step Change for Enhanced Delivery of Environmental and Social Benefits from EU Farming and Forestry pp. 11-15 Downloads
Anne Maréchal, David Baldock, Emil Erjavec, Luka Juvancˇicˇ, Ilona Rac, Janet Dwyer and Kaley Hart
Private Sector Actions to Valorise Public Benefits from Agriculture and Forestry pp. 16-22 Downloads
Floor Brouwer, Francesco Mantino, Nico Polman, Chris Short, Simone Sterly and Ilona Rac
Farmland Birds under Pressure pp. 24-25 Downloads
Santiago Guerrero
Agri‐Environment Scheme Design: Past Lessons and Future Suggestions pp. 26-30 Downloads
Paula Cullen, Pierre Dupraz, James Moran, Pat Murphy, Ronan O'Flaherty, Cathal O'Donoghue, Robert O'Shea and Mary Ryan
Human Capital and the CAP: The Case for Radical Policy Reform pp. 31-36 Downloads
Paul Caskie
Wrapped in the Flag: Food Choice and Country of Origin Labelling pp. 37-42 Downloads
Iain Fraser and Kelvin Balcombe
Nutritional Labelling in the EU: Strengths and Weaknesses of the Current Regulatory Framework pp. 43-48 Downloads
Alessia Cavaliere, Elisa De Marchi and Alessandro Banterle
Letter to the Editor pp. 49-49 Downloads
Jeroen Candel, Katrien Termeer and Miranda Meuwissen

Volume 17, issue 2, 2018

Brexit Uncertainty in the UK Agri‐food Sector Intensifies pp. 3-3 Downloads
John Davis
Food, Farm and Rural Policies after Brexit? Some Knowns, and Known Unknowns pp. 4-11 Downloads
Alan Swinbank
Delivering a World Leading Food and Farming Sector pp. 12-18 Downloads
John Curnow
Brexit: How Will UK Agriculture Fare? pp. 19-26 Downloads
Carmen Hubbard, John Davis, Siyi Feng, David Harvey, Anne Liddon, Andrew Moxey, Mercy Ojo, Myles Patton, George Philippidis, Charles Scott, Shailesh Shrestha and Michael Wallace
The Concentration of Agricultural Trade pp. 28-29 Downloads
Jonathan Brooks
Brexit and Fisheries: A Question of Conflicting Expectations pp. 30-37 Downloads
Bertrand Le Gallic, Simon Mardle and Sébastien Metz
Brexit's Agri‐trade Impacts on the Netherlands pp. 38-46 Downloads
Siemen van Berkum, Roel Jongeneel and Myrna van Leeuwen
Brexit and Cherry Picking: Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? pp. 47-50 Downloads
Stefan Tangermann
How Can West African Rice Compete in Urban Markets? A Demand Perspective for Policymakers pp. 51-57 Downloads
Rose Fiamohe, Matty Demont, Kazuki Saito, Harold Roy‐Macauley and Eric Tollens

Volume 17, issue 1, 2018

Realising the Potential of European Agricultural Science Impacts pp. 3-3 Downloads
Peter Midmore
European Agricultural Science Funding: Examining Trends and Prospects pp. 4-10 Downloads
Olivier Chartier, Myriam Doghmi and Cècile Fligny
Tracing the Pathways from Research to Innovation: Evidence from Case Studies pp. 11-18 Downloads
Dominique Barjolle, Peter Midmore and Otto Schmid
Quantifying the Impact of Scientific Research on Agriculture pp. 19-24 Downloads
Davide Viaggi
Impact pathways for agricultural innovations pp. 26-27 Downloads
Simone Sterly and Susan Fowler
Microdata: a critical source for policy evaluation pp. 28-35 Downloads
Krijn Poppe and Hans Vrolijk
Towards Agricultural Policy 3.0 – an agenda for agricultural research pp. 36-39 Downloads
Stefan Mann
Rethinking Organic Farming in the Post†Socialist Context: Lessons from Bulgaria pp. 40-45 Downloads
Heidrun Moschitz, Svetla Stoeva, Petya Slavova, Dona Pickard, Zdravka Georgieva and Matthias Stolze
Is it Possible to Utilise the Agricultural Potential of Ukraine under the Current Agrarian System? pp. 46-51 Downloads
Olena Borodina and Vitaliy Krupin
The Current State of the Russian Agricultural Sector pp. 52-57 Downloads
Ilya Kuzminov, Leonid Gokhberg, Thomas Thurner and Elena Khabirova
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