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Review of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Studies

2016 - 2020

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

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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, Stephane De Cara and Valentin Bellassen

Volume 100, issue 1, 2019

Adjusting food practices to climate prescriptions: vegetable gardening as a way to reduce food-related greenhouse gas emissions pp. 1-25 Downloads
Laurence Granchamp
Examining organic, agritourism, and agri-environmental diversification decisions of American farms: are these decisions interlinked? pp. 27-45 Downloads
Aditya R. Khanal, Ashok Mishra and Omobolaji Omobitan
Contribution of the Common Agricultural Policy to agricultural productivity of EU regions during 2004–2012 period pp. 47-68 Downloads
Marie-Noelle Duquenne, Maria Tsiapa and Valantis Tsiakos
Is there any gender gap in the production of legumes in Malawi? Evidence from the Oaxaca–Blinder decomposition model pp. 69-92 Downloads
Uzoamaka Joe-Nkamuke, Kehinde Oluseyi Olagunju, Esther Njuguna-Mungai and Kai Mausch
Investigating market power in the Belgian pork production chain pp. 93-117 Downloads
Dries Maes, Mark Vancauteren and Steven Passel
Correction to: Investigating market power in the Belgian pork production chain pp. 119-119 Downloads
Dries Maes, Mark Vancauteren and Steven Van Passel
Antonio Ioris, 2018, Agribusiness and the Neoliberal Food System in Brazil: frontiers and fissures of agro-neoliberalism pp. 121-124 Downloads
Paulo Niederle
Peter Jackson, Helene Brembeck, Jonathan Everts, Maria Fuentes, Bente Halkier, Frej Daniel Hertz, Angela Meah, Valerie Viehoff and Christine Wenzl, 2018, Reframing convenience food pp. 125-127 Downloads
Anne Murcott
Anna Zeide, 2018, Canned: The rise and fall of consumer confidence in the American food industry pp. 129-131 Downloads
Thomas Depecker
Gilles Laferté, 2018, L’embourgeoisement: une enquête chez les céréaliers, Raisons d’agir, 363 p pp. 133-136 Downloads
John P. Murphy
John Lever, Johan Fischer, 2018: Religion, regulation, consumption: globalising kosher and halal markets pp. 137-140 Downloads
Anom Sigit Suryawan
Emily Wakild and Michelle K. Berry: A Primer for Teaching Environmental History, Ten Design Principles pp. 141-144 Downloads
Renaud Bécot
Rositsa T. Ilieva, 2016, Urban Food Planning: Seeds of Transition in the Global North pp. 145-148 Downloads
Kameshwari Pothukuchi
Simone Lovera-Bilderbeek, 2019, Agents, assumptions and motivations behind REDD+: creating an international forest regime pp. 149-152 Downloads
Véra Ehrenstein
Michele Scobie, 2019, Global environmental governance and small states: architectures and agency in the Caribbean pp. 153-156 Downloads
Yann Bérard

Volume 99, issue 3, 2018

Fishing vessel efficiency, skipper skills and hake price transmission in a small island economy pp. 215-251 Downloads
Stefano Mainardi
Supplementing food for health: practices amongst French adults aged 60 to 75 years pp. 253-279 Downloads
Olivier Lepiller and Geneviève Cazes-Valette
Risk management activities of a non-industrial private forest owner with a bivariate utility function pp. 281-302 Downloads
Marielle Brunette and Stéphane Couture
David Naguib Pellow, What is Critical Environmental Justice? pp. 303-306 Downloads
Ryan Holifield
Norah MacKendrick, 2018, Better safe than sorry. How consumers navigate exposure to everyday toxics pp. 307-310 Downloads
Maria Fonte
Correction to: “Making people buy and eat differently”: lessons from the modernization of small independent grocery stores in the early twentieth century pp. 311-311 Downloads
Frank Cochoy

Volume 99, issue 2, 2018

Determinants of the avoidance behaviour of households to cope with unsafe drinking water: case study of Douala and Yaoundé in Cameroon pp. 121-148 Downloads
Armand Totouom, Sostaine Romuald Fouéka Tagne and Jonas Ngouhouo
Understanding adaptation to climate variability in smallholder farming systems in eastern Zimbabwe: a sociological perspective pp. 149-166 Downloads
Sandra Bhatasara
Collective conceptualization and management of risk for arsenic pollution in urban community gardens pp. 167-187 Downloads
Camille Dumat, Antoine Pierart, Muhammad Shahid and Jingtao Wu
Understanding transition in animal based food consumption: a case study in the city of Vadodara in Gujarat (India) pp. 189-205 Downloads
Estelle Fourat, Shagufa Kapadia, Urvi Shah, Vaishali Zararia and Nicolas Bricas
Andrew Fisher: Big Hunger. The Unholy Alliance between Corporate America and Anti-Hunger Groups Cambridge MA, MIT Press, 2017, 343 p pp. 207-210 Downloads
Graham Riches
Graham Riches: Food Bank Nations: Poverty, Corporate Charity, and the Right to Food pp. 211-213 Downloads
George Kent

Volume 99, issue 1, 2018

Food provisioning—from supermarket to producer: understanding the articulation of different suppliers pp. 1-14 Downloads
Marie-Pierre Julien
“Making people buy and eat differently”: lessons from the modernisation of small independent grocery stores in the early twentieth century pp. 15-35 Downloads
Franck Cochoy
Monetary income, public funds, and subsistence consumption: the three components of the food supply in French Polynesia — a comparative study of Tahiti and Rapa Iti islands pp. 37-55 Downloads
Christophe Serra Mallol
From how consumers categorize natural food to their buying methods: a comparative study between France and Israel pp. 57-76 Downloads
Louis Mathiot
The supply strategies of health food eaters pp. 77-96 Downloads
Camille Adamiec
Shopping and cooking: the organization of food practices, at the crossing of access to food stores and household properties in France pp. 97-119 Downloads
Séverine Gojard and Bérangère Véron

Volume 98, issue 4, 2017

Searching for family farming in Argentina: chronicles of a technological innovation between two worlds pp. 233-253 Downloads
Frédéric Goulet and Gabriela Giordano
Veterinarian shortage areas: what determines the location of new graduates? pp. 255-282 Downloads
Stéphanie Truchet, Nicolas Mauhe and Marie Herve
Does crop rotation with legumes provide an efficient means to reduce nutrient loads and GHG emissions? pp. 283-312 Downloads
Sanna Lötjönen and Markku Ollikainen
Monica R. Gisolfi, 2017, The Takeover: Chicken Farming and the Roots of American Agribusiness, Athens, University of Georgia Press, 204 p pp. 313-315 Downloads
Rick Welsh
Henry Notaker, 2017, A History of Cookbooks. From kitchen to page over seven centuries pp. 317-320 Downloads
Florent Quellier
Shunsuke Managi, Koichi Kuriyama, 2017, Environmental Economics, New York, USA, Routledge Textbooks In Environmental and Agricultural Economics, 232 p pp. 321-322 Downloads
François Salanié
Linsey McGoey, 2015, No such thing as a free gift: The Gates foundation and the price of philanthropy, London, Verso, 304 p pp. 323-326 Downloads
Edouard Morena
Alex V. Barnard, 2016, Freegans: Diving into the Wealth of Food Waste in America, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 294 p pp. 327-329 Downloads
Ferne Edwards
Kristin Reynolds and Nevin Cohen, 2016, Beyond the Kale: Urban Agriculture and Social Justice Activism in New York City, Athens, The University of Georgia Press, 189 p pp. 331-334 Downloads
Joshua Sbicca
Xabier Itçaina, Antoine Roger, Andy Smith, 2016, Varietals of Capitalism: A Political Economy of the Changing Wine Industry pp. 335-337 Downloads
Stefano Ponte

Volume 98, issue 3, 2017

A combined approach to assess the impacts of Ecological Focus Areas on regional structural development and agricultural land use pp. 111-144 Downloads
Amanda Sahrbacher, Jordan Hristov and Mark Brady
Selected papers from the 2015 Workshop on Non-market Valuation (WONV) in Nancy pp. 145-148 Downloads
Serge Garcia and Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu
A travel cost assessment of the demand for recreation in Swiss forests pp. 149-171 Downloads
Nicolas Borzykowski, Andrea Baranzini and David Maradan
The need for integrated spatial assessments in ecosystem service mapping pp. 173-200 Downloads
Léa Tardieu
Stated preferences: a unique database composed of 1657 recent published articles in journals related to agriculture, environment, or health pp. 201-220 Downloads
Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu, Henrik Andersson, Olivier Beaumais, Romain Crastes dit Sourd, Stephane Hess and François-Charles Wolff
Philip H. Howard, 2016, Concentration and Power in the Food System: Who controls what we eat? pp. 221-224 Downloads
Michael Waterson
Serge Morand and Muriel Figuié (eds), 2016, Emergence de maladies infectieuses. Risques et enjeux de société (The emergence of infectious diseases. Societal risks and stakes) pp. 225-228 Downloads
Laure Bonnaud and Nicolas Fortané
Julie M. Parsons, 2015, Gender, Class and Food: Families, Bodies and Health, Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan, 195 pages pp. 229-231 Downloads
Norah MacKendrick

Volume 98, issue 1, 2017

The impact of single farm payments on technical inefficiency of French crop farms pp. 1-23 Downloads
Kassoum Ayouba, Jean-Philippe Boussemart and Stéphane Vigeant
Mandatory integrated pest management in the European Union: experimental insights on consumers’ reactions pp. 25-54 Downloads
Marianne Lefebvre, C. Biguzzi, E. Ginon, S. Gomez-y-Paloma, S. R. H. Langrell, Stéphan Marette, G. Mateu and A. Sutan
Autonomy under contract: the case of traditional free-range poultry farmers pp. 55-74 Downloads
Cécile J.M. Adam, Christian P.M. Ducrot, Mathilde C. Paul and Nicolas Fortané
Objectives’ alignment between members and agricultural cooperatives pp. 75-91 Downloads
Francois Bareille, Florence Bonnet-Beaugrand and Sabine Duvaleix
Jill E. Hobbs, Stavroula Malla, Eric K. Sogah and May T. Yeung, 2014, Regulating Health Foods. Policy Challenges and Consumer Conundrums pp. 93-94 Downloads
Stéphan Marette
Jackson P., 2015, Anxious Appetites: Food and Consumer Culture pp. 95-99 Downloads
Steffen Hirth
Jayson Lusk, 2016, Unnaturally delicious: how science and technology are serving up super foods to save the world pp. 101-104 Downloads
Gunnar Rundgren
Krishnendu Ray, 2016, The ethnic restaurateur pp. 105-109 Downloads
Alan Warde
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