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Review of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Studies

2016 - 2022

Current editor(s): Stephan Marette and Ronan Le Velly

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Volume 103, issue 2, 2022

Probit 9 in international trade: another case of institutional path dependence pp. 97-116 Downloads
Pasquale Lubello
Co-producing better land management? An ethnographic study of partnership working in the context of agricultural diffuse pollution pp. 117-141 Downloads
Thomas Vetter
Sustainable food labelling: considerations for policy-makers pp. 143-160 Downloads
Alexander Stein and Marcelo Lima
Stefan Ouma, Farming as financial asset—global finance and the making of institutional landscapes, 2020, Columbia University Press pp. 161-164 Downloads
Antoine Ducastel
Lyle Fearnley, Virulent zones: animal disease and global health at China’s pandemic epicenter pp. 165-168 Downloads
Muriel Figuié
Claire Lamine, Sustainable agri-food systems—case studies in transitions towards sustainability from France and Brazil, 2021 pp. 169-173 Downloads
Rebecka Milestad
Tania Lewis, Digital food: from paddock to platform pp. 175-177 Downloads
Kevin Mellet

Volume 103, issue 1, 2022

Terroir products: a movable heritage feast? pp. 1-27 Downloads
Harry G. West
‘Local foods’ as trustworthy food: geographical proximity, social areas and interpersonal relationships pp. 29-49 Downloads
Estelle Masson and Sandrine Bubendorff
Pathways leading women in farming households to food security: an empirical study in Central Tunisia pp. 51-76 Downloads
Cédric Gaillard, Pierre-Marie Bosc, Jalila El-Ati and Sandrine Dury
The sustainability of “local” food: a review for policy-makers pp. 77-89 Downloads
Alexander Stein and Fabien Santini
Open questions about local food pp. 91-96 Downloads
Stéphan Marette

Volume 102, issue 4, 2021

Fear of pesticide residues and preference for domestically produced strawberries pp. 369-391 Downloads
Anna Birgitte Milford, Nina Trandem and Armando Garcia Pires
Does catch-and-release increase the recreational value of rivers? The case of salmon fishing pp. 393-424 Downloads
Carole Ropars-Collet, Philippe Goffe and Qods Lefnatsa
Book review symposium: Hugh Campbell: farming inside invisible worlds—modernist agriculture and its consequences pp. 425-433 Downloads
Ronan Velly, Annemarie Mol and Philip McMichael
Farms, food regimes, and the power of small stories pp. 435-440 Downloads
Hugh Campbell
Cultivating power, enacting consent. A critical review of ‘Seeds of power. Environmental injustice and genetically modified soybeans in Argentina’, (A. Leguizamón) 2020, Duke University Press, 221 p pp. 441-447 Downloads
Pierre Delvenne
On the role of farmers in seed innovations: a brief introduction pp. 449-450 Downloads
Stéphane Lemarié
In defense of farmer saved seeds pp. 451-460 Downloads
Richard S. Gray
From farmers’ rights to the rights of peasants: seeds and the biocultural turn pp. 461-476 Downloads
Fabien Girard and Christine Frison
Correction to: Can fair trade resolve the “hungry farmer paradox”? pp. 477-477 Downloads
Ninon Sirdey and Sylvaine Lemeilleur
Correction to: Once a quality-food consumer, always a quality-food consumer? Consumption patterns of organic, label rouge, and geographical indications in French scanner data pp. 479-480 Downloads
Mathieu Lambotte, Stéphane De Cara and Valentin Bellassen
Correction to: Kean Birch, 2019, Neoliberal Bio-Economies? The Co-Construction of Markets and Natures pp. 481-481 Downloads
Benjamin Raimbault

Volume 102, issue 3, 2021

Adoption of crop diversification by specialized grain farmers in south-western France: evidence from a choice-modelling experiment pp. 265-283 Downloads
Aude Ridier, Caroline Roussy and Karim Chaib
Is the “average Pigouvian tax” robust to the size of the group of polluters? pp. 285-295 Downloads
Hamet Sarr, Mohamed Ali Bchir, François Cochard and Anne Rozan
How institutional food services can contribute to sustainable agrifood systems? Investigating legume-serving, legume-cooking and legume-sourcing through France in 2019 pp. 297-318 Downloads
Marie-Benoit Magrini, Hugo Fernandez-Inigo, Antoine Doré and Olivier Pauly
Bringing sustainable urban planning down to earth through food: the experience of the food transects of Grenoble and Caen pp. 319-347 Downloads
Jennifer Buyck, Aurore Meyfroidt, Caroline Brand and Gabriel Jourdan
Institutional foundations for environmental conservation: an analysis of nongovernmental organizations’ engagement strategies in the Amazon pp. 349-367 Downloads
Pedro Frizo and Paulo Niederle

Volume 102, issue 2, 2021

21st century vets: professional dynamics in the era of One Health pp. 121-124 Downloads
Laure Bonnaud and Nicolas Fortané
Being a vet: the veterinary profession in social science research pp. 125-149 Downloads
Laure Bonnaud and Nicolas Fortané
Serum therapy against FMD and the development of the French veterinary profession in the 1930s pp. 151-169 Downloads
Delphine Berdah
Shared jurisdiction between veterinarians and aqua medicine biologists in fish health—a Norwegian model for inter-professional and cross-sectoral collaboration pp. 171-190 Downloads
Wenche M. Kjæmpenes
Torn between responsibility and loyalty: how the veterinarian profession designs antibiotic resistance policies that shake its foundations pp. 191-211 Downloads
Muriel Surdez, Lorène Piquerez and Alexandre Hobeika
Antimicrobial resistance: preventive approaches to the rescue? Professional expertise and business model of French “industrial” veterinarians pp. 213-238 Downloads
Nicolas Fortané
Between cooperation and competition: insights into the relationships between animal advocates and veterinarians in France from the nineteenth century to the present day pp. 239-264 Downloads
Nicolas Poirel

Volume 102, issue 1, 2021

A “silent” agroecology: the significance of unrecognized sociotechnical changes made by French farmers pp. 1-23 Downloads
Véronique Lucas
Dutch disease in the Norwegian agricultural sector pp. 25-57 Downloads
Svein Oskar Lauvsnes
Farmers’ land strategies in peri-urban areas: the case of Angevin conurbation pp. 59-79 Downloads
Bertille Thareau and Jean-Paul Billaud
Can fair trade resolve the “hungry farmer paradox”? pp. 81-106 Downloads
Ninon Sirdey and Sylvaine Lemeilleur
Monica M. White: Freedom farmers: agricultural resistance and the Black Freedom Movement pp. 107-110 Downloads
Kristin Reynolds
Maggie Dickinson, 2019, Feeding the Crisis Care and Abandonment in America’s Food Safety Net pp. 111-113 Downloads
Andrew Fisher
Kean Birch, 2019, Neoliberal Bio-Economies? The Co-Construction of Markets and Natures pp. 115-119 Downloads
Benjamin Raimbault

Volume 101, issue 4, 2020

Editorial: news and views from the RAFE pp. 415-416 Downloads
Stéphan Marette and Ronan Velly
Farmers’ preference for cropping systems and the development of sustainable intensification: a choice experiment approach pp. 417-437 Downloads
Damien Jourdain, Juliette Lairez, Bruno Striffler and François Affholder
Sense of belonging and commitment to a community-supported fishery. The case of Yeu Island, France pp. 439-459 Downloads
G. Debucquet, Patrice Guillotreau, G. Lazuech, Frédéric Salladarré and Julien Troiville
How does crop insurance influence pesticide use? Evidence from French farms pp. 461-485 Downloads
Geoffroy Enjolras and Magali Aubert
Correction to: How does crop insurance influence pesticide use? Evidence from French farms pp. 487-488 Downloads
Geoffroy Enjolras and Magali Aubert
Do French agrifood co-ops have a head start in Corporate Social Responsibility? An initial examination of French co-ops and their practices pp. 489-506 Downloads
Maryline Filippi
News and views on meat: a brief introduction pp. 507-508 Downloads
Stéphan Marette
Meat—the enemy within pp. 509-516 Downloads
Jocelyne Porcher
Health, air pollution, and animal agriculture pp. 517-528 Downloads
Emmanuelle Lavaine, Philippe Majerus and Nicolas Treich
Policies for the ecological transition of agriculture: the livestock issue pp. 529-538 Downloads
Pierre Dupraz

Volume 101, issue 2, 2020

What do our research friends say about the coexistence and confrontation of agricultural and food models? Introduction to the special issue pp. 173-190 Downloads
Pierre Gasselin and Nathalie Hostiou
On the unequal coexistence of agrifood systems in Brazil pp. 191-212 Downloads
Yannick Sencébé, Florence Pinton and Ademir Antonio Cazella
The impossible and necessary coexistence of agricultural development models in the Pampas: the case of Santa Fe province (Argentina) pp. 213-240 Downloads
Christophe Albaladejo
How broadening social connections changes farmers’ conceptions about biodiversity pp. 241-259 Downloads
Bertille Thareau, Clara Pailleux and Guilhem Anzalone
Governing the coexistence of agricultural models: French cities allocating farmlands to support agroecology and short food chains on urban fringes pp. 261-286 Downloads
Coline Perrin and Adrien Baysse-Lainé
Can raw milk cheese and pasteurised milk cheese coexist? Unthinkable or never really considered? pp. 287-309 Downloads
Christine Sainte Marie, Mariagiulia Mariani, Morgane Millet, Claire Cerdan and François Casabianca
The limits of coexistence: the development of “frugal” systems in agro-pastoral regions pp. 311-337 Downloads
Nadège Garambois, Claire Aubron, Nathan Morsel, Myriam Latrille, Lucien Jallot and Valentin Lhoste
The coexistence of agricultural and food models at the territorial scale: an analytical framework for a research agenda pp. 339-361 Downloads
Pierre Gasselin, Sylvie Lardon, Claire Cerdan, Salma Loudiyi and Denis Sautier
“Win-win” agricultural investment projects put to the test: the case of the IDSP project as promoted by the World Bank in Zambia pp. 363-389 Downloads
Clémentine Rémy and Hubert Cochet
Coexistence of supply chains in a city’s food supply: a factor for resilience? pp. 391-414 Downloads
Yuna Chiffoleau, Anne-Cécile Brit, Milo Monnier, Grégori Akermann, Maxime Lenormand and Florent Saucède

Volume 101, issue 1, 2020

Editorial for the special issue on “the economics and sociology of the food-health-environment Nexus” pp. 1-4 Downloads
Stéphan Marette
Dietary models and challenges for economics pp. 5-22 Downloads
Stéphan Marette and Vincent Réquillart
The key roles of economic and social organization and producer and consumer behaviour towards a health-agriculture-food-environment nexus: recent advances and future prospects pp. 23-46 Downloads
Alban Thomas, Claire Lamine, Benjamin Allès, Yuna Chiffoleau, Antoine Doré, Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier and Mourad Hannachi
How do lobbies and NGOs try to influence dietary behaviour? pp. 47-66 Downloads
Caroline Orset and Marco Monnier
Slaughter cattle to secure food calories and reduce agricultural greenhouse gas emissions? Some prospective estimates for France pp. 67-90 Downloads
Pierre-Alain Jayet, Ancuta Isbasoiu and Stéphane De Cara
Is there a win–win scenario with increased beef quality and reduced consumption? pp. 91-116 Downloads
Louis-Georges Soler and Alban Thomas
Review of sustainable diets: are nutritional objectives and low-carbon-emission objectives compatible? pp. 117-146 Downloads
Erica Doro and Vincent Réquillart
Once a quality-food consumer, always a quality-food consumer? Consumption patterns of organic, label rouge, and geographical indications in French scanner data pp. 147-172 Downloads
Mathieu Lambotte, Stéphane De Cara and Valentin Bellassen
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