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European Review of Agricultural Economics

Volume 1 - 49

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Volume 49, issue 5, 2022

A calibrated choice experiment method (Combining revealed and stated preference methods for valuing environmental amenities) pp. 971-1004 Downloads
Lauren Chenarides, Carola Grebitus, Jayson Lusk and Iryna Printezis
Red, yellow, or green? Do consumers’ choices of food products depend on the label design? (Social norms and energy conservation) pp. 1005-1026 Downloads
Fredrik Carlsson, Mitesh Kataria, Elina Lampi, Erik Nyberg and Thomas Sterner
Food Banks and Retail Markups (Identification properties of recent production function estimators) pp. 1027-1055 Downloads
John D Lowrey, Timothy J Richards and Stephen F Hamilton
Life-cycle consumption of food in France: food expenditures and home production (Consumption versus expenditure) pp. 1056-1085 Downloads
Gayaneh Kyureghian and Louis-Georges Soler
Can nudging only get you so far? Testing for nudge combination effects (Social norms and energy conservation) pp. 1086-1112 Downloads
Peter Howley and Neel Ocean
National brands in hard discounters: market expansion and bargaining power effects (Unobserved product differentiation in discrete-choice models: estimating price elasticities and welfare effects) pp. 1113-1145 Downloads
Celine Bonnet, Zohra Bouamra-Mechemache and Gordon J Klein
Is local and organic produce less satiating? Some evidence from a field experiment (Determinants of household energy use and fuel switching behavior in Nepal) pp. 1146-1178 Downloads
Cristiano Franceschinis, Riccardo Scarpa, Luca Rossetto and Mara Thiene
Rural schools as effective hubs for agricultural technology dissemination: experimental evidence from Tanzania and Uganda (The impact of cooperatives on agricultural technology adoption: empirical evidence from Ethiopia) pp. 1179-1215 Downloads
Henry Musa Kpaka, Tesfamicheal Wossen, Daniel Stein, Kiddo Mtunda, Lembris Laizer, Shiferaw Feleke and Victor Manyong

Volume 49, issue 4, 2022

Using Machine Learning to Identify Heterogeneous Impacts of Agri-Environment Schemes in the EU: A Case Study (The impact of agri-environmental schemes on farm performance in five EU member States: A DID-matching approach) pp. 723-759 Downloads
Christian Stetter, Philipp Mennig and Johannes Sauer
Assessing long-term effects of CAP investment support on indicators of farm performance (Entrepreneurship: productive, unproductive, and destructive) pp. 760-795 Downloads
Pia Nilsson and Sofia Wixe
Do direct payments efficiently support incomes of small and large farms? (Quantile continuous treatment effects) pp. 796-831 Downloads
Stefano Ciliberti, Simone Severini, Maria Giovanna Ranalli, 5Luigi Biagini and Angelo Frascarelli
Does restricting therapeutic antibiotics use influence efficiency of pig farms? Evidence from Denmark’s Yellow Card Initiative (Sustainable farming: get pigs off antibiotics) pp. 832-856 Downloads
Dagim G Belay and Jørgen D Jensen
Scaling-up agricultural technologies: who should be targeted? (Social networks, adoption of improved variety and household welfare: evidence from Ghana) pp. 857-875 Downloads
Shaibu Mellon Bedi, Carlo Azzarri, Bekele Hundie Kotu, Lukas Kornher and Joachim von Braun
Investment in farming under uncertainty and decoupled support: a real options approach (A unified model of investment under uncertainty) pp. 876-909 Downloads
Luca Di Corato and Dimitrios Zormpas
Optimal localisation of agricultural biofuel production facilities and feedstock: a Swedish case study (Solutions for the transition to a sustainable society) pp. 910-941 Downloads
Ida Nordin, Katarina Elofsson and Torbjörn Jansson
Consumers’ responses to food fraud risks: an economic experiment (Food fraud and consumers’ choices in the wake of the horsemeat scandal) pp. 942-969 Downloads
Chloe S McCallum, Simone Cerroni, Daniel Derbyshire, W George Hutchinson and Rodolfo Nayga

Volume 49, issue 3, 2022

Improved agricultural input delivery systems for enhancing technology adoption: evidence from a field experiment in Ethiopia (The impact of the use of new technologies on farmers’ wheat yield in Ethiopia: evidence from a randomized control trial) pp. 527-556 Downloads
Asresu Yitayew, Awudu Abdulai and Yigezu A Yigezu
Competition, price dispersion and capacity constraints: the case of the U.S. corn seed industry (Some tests of specification for panel data: Monte Carlo evidence and an application to employment equations) pp. 557-592 Downloads
Cornelia Ilin and Guanming Shi
Measuring the synchronisation of agricultural prices: co-movement of cycles in pig and cattle prices in Brazil, Chile and Uruguay (Development dimensions of high food prices) pp. 593-614 Downloads
Astrid Fliessbach and Rico Ihle
Contingent valuation of landowner demand for forest amenities: application in Andalusia, Spain (Optimal design for discrete choice contingent valuation surveys: single-bound, double-bound and bivariate models) pp. 615-643 Downloads
José L Oviedo, Pablo Campos and Alejandro Caparrós
Distributional and economy-wide effects of post-conflict agricultural policy in Colombia (Stabilisation agriculture: reviewing an emerging concept with case studies from Afghanistan and Iraq) pp. 644-667 Downloads
Dora Elena Jiménez, Adrián Saldarriaga-Isaza and Martín Cicowiez
Three hurdles towards commercialisation: integrating subsistence chickpea producers in the market economy (Attrition in longitudinal household survey data) pp. 668-695 Downloads
Martin Paul, Kai Mausch, Tesfaye B Woldeyohanes and Thomas Heckelei
The distribution of the rent–price relationship of agricultural land in Germany (An analysis of growth of U.S. farmland prices, 1963–82) pp. 696-718 Downloads
Henning Schaak and Oliver Musshoff
Correction to: Auction versus direct sale: the effect of buyers and sellers on prices pp. 719-719 Downloads
Geir Sogn-Grundvåg and Dengjun Zhang
Applied Welfare Economics, Trade, and Agricultural Policy Analysis pp. 720-722 Downloads
Dušan Drabik

Volume 49, issue 2, 2022

What topic modelling can show about the development of agricultural economics: evidence from the Journal Citation Report category top journals (What topic modeling could reveal about the evolution of economics) pp. 289-330 Downloads
Leonardo Cei, Edi Defrancesco and Gianluca Stefani
Environmental identity economics: an application to farmers’ pro-environmental investment behaviour (Economics and identity) pp. 331-358 Downloads
Kahsay Haile Zemo and Mette Termansen
A meta-analysis of the capitalisation of CAP direct payments into land prices (A review of estimates of the schooling/earnings relationship, with tests for publication bias) pp. 359-382 Downloads
Alessandro Varacca, Giovanni Guastella, Stefano Pareglio and Paolo Sckokai
African trade of mangoes to OECD countries: disentangling the effects of compliance with maximum residue limits on production, export supply and import demand (Market participation by smallholder rice farmers in Tanzania: a double hurdle analysis) pp. 383-432 Downloads
Ousmane Z Traoré
Rationalising inefficiency in dairy production: evidence from an over-time approach (Does animal welfare influence dairy farm efficiency? A two-stage approach) pp. 433-471 Downloads
Birhanu Addisu Adamie and Helena Hansson
Malleability of food values amid the COVID-19 pandemic (Experimental methods: when and why contextual instructions are important) pp. 472-498 Downloads
Simone Cerroni, Rodolfo Nayga, Gioacchino Pappalardo and Wei Yang
Use and non-use values to explain farmers’ motivation for the provision of animal welfare (Risk factors associated with on-farm mortality in Swedish dairy cows) pp. 499-525 Downloads
Enoch Owusu-Sekyere, Helena Hansson and Evgenij Telezhenko

Volume 49, issue 1, 2022

Social networks, adoption of improved variety and household welfare: evidence from Ghana pp. 1-32 Downloads
Yazeed Abdul Mumin and Awudu Abdulai
Farmer preferences for adopting precision farming technologies: a case study from Italy pp. 33-81 Downloads
J Blasch, B van der Kroon, P van Beukering, R Munster, S Fabiani, P Nino and S Vanino
Information delivery channels and agricultural technology uptake: experimental evidence from Ghana pp. 82-120 Downloads
Fred Mawunyo Dzanku, Robert Darko Osei, Paul Kwame Nkegbe and Isaac Osei-Akoto
Quantifying the resilience of European farms using FADN pp. 121-150 Downloads
Thomas Slijper, Yann de Mey, P Marijn Poortvliet and Miranda P M Meuwissen
Commodity risk in European dairy firms pp. 151-181 Downloads
Guillaume Bagnarosa, Mark Cummins, Michael Dowling and Fearghal Kearney
Does rainfall variability explain low uptake of agricultural credit? Evidence from Ethiopia pp. 182-207 Downloads
Kibrom A Abay, Bethelhem Koru, Jordan Chamberlina and Guush Berhane
Liquidity, hedging and the survival of North German dairy farms pp. 208-236 Downloads
Stephan Hoehl and Sebastian Hess
The AfCFTA impact on agricultural and food trade: a value added perspective pp. 237-284 Downloads
Ilaria Fusacchia, Jean Balié and Luca Salvatici

Volume 48, issue 3, 2021

The market for traceability with applications to U.S. feeder cattle pp. 447-476 Downloads
James Mitchell, Glynn Tonsor and Lee Schulz
Stability of risk attitude, agricultural policies and production shocks: evidence from Italy pp. 477-501 Downloads
Martina Bozzola and Robert Finger
Joint liability and adaptation to climate change: evidence from Burkinabe cooperatives pp. 502-537 Downloads
Pauline Castaing
The agricultural impacts of armed conflicts: the case of Fulani militia pp. 538-572 Downloads
Justin George, Adesoji Adelaja and Titus Awokuse
The optimal drought index for designing weather index insurance pp. 573-597 Downloads
Janic Bucheli, Tobias Dalhaus and Robert Finger
Shipping the good agricultural products out: the differentiated impact of per-unit duties on developing countries pp. 598-623 Downloads
Charlotte Emlinger and Houssein Guimbard
Testing the consistency of preferences in discrete choice experiments: an eye tracking study pp. 624-664 Downloads
Michelle S Segovia and Marco Palma

Volume 48, issue 2, 2021

Farm income in European agriculture: new perspectives on measurement and implications for policy evaluation pp. 253-265 Downloads
Robert Finger and Nadja El Benni
Insuring crops from space: the potential of satellite-retrieved soil moisture to reduce farmers’ drought risk exposure pp. 266-314 Downloads
Willemijn Vroege, Janic Bucheli, Tobias Dalhaus, Martin Hirschi and Robert Finger
Does family farming reduce rural unemployment? pp. 315-337 Downloads
David Wuepper, Stefan Wimmer and Johannes Sauer
Assessing the redistributive impact of the 2013 CAP reforms: an EU-wide panel study pp. 338-361 Downloads
Aaron Hanson
Firm-specific responses to energy policies in Dutch horticulture pp. 362-384 Downloads
Evert Los, Cornelis Gardebroek and Ruud Huirne
New perspectives on the distribution of farm incomes and the redistributive impact of CAP payments pp. 385-414 Downloads
Laurent Piet and Yann Desjeux
Why considering technological heterogeneity is important for evaluating farm performance? pp. 415-445 Downloads
Swetlana Renner, Johannes Sauer and Nadja El Benni

Volume 48, issue 1, 2021

Introduction to the special issue ‘agricultural land markets – recent developments, efficiency and regulation’ pp. 4-7 Downloads
Martin Odening and Silke Hüttel
Regional differences in the capitalisation of first and second pillar payments of the CAP into land rental prices pp. 8-41 Downloads
Klaus Salhofer and Paul Feichtinger
Agricultural bankers’ farmland price expectations pp. 42-59 Downloads
Todd Kuethe and David Oppedahl
What drives competition on the farmland market? A case study in Brittany (France) pp. 60-96 Downloads
Laurent Piet, Romain Melot and Soukeyna Diop
Investors’ impact on Czech farmland prices: a microstructural analysis pp. 97-157 Downloads
Jarmila Curtiss, Ladislav JelínekD, Tomáš Medonos, Martin Hruška and Silke Hüttel
Agroholdings and land rental markets: a spatial competition perspective pp. 158-206 Downloads
Marten Graubner, Igor Ostapchuk and Taras Gagalyuk
Farming efficiency, cropland rental market and income effect: evidence from panel data for rural Central Vietnam pp. 207-248 Downloads
Trung Thanh Nguyen, Viet Tuan Tran, Thanh-Tung Nguyen and Ulrike Grote
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