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Review of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Studies

2016 - 2023

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

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Volume 104, issue 3, 2023

Evaluating the impact of direct sales on farms’ sustainability: a comparison of metropolitan and overseas France pp. 243-271 Downloads
Camille Luis and Magali Aubert
Payment for environmental services related to aquifers: a review of specific issues and existing programmes pp. 273-310 Downloads
Philippe Coent
Can collective conditionality improve agri-environmental contracts? From lab to field experiments pp. 311-340 Downloads
Kristin Limbach, Anne Rozan, Philipe Coent, Raphaële Préget and Sophie Thoyer
How diverse are farmers’ preferences for large-scale grassland ecological restoration? Evidence from a discrete choice experiment pp. 341-375 Downloads
Marie Asma Ben-Othmen and Mariia Ostapchuk
Institutional change in community-based management for organic labeling: a case study from a Participatory Guarantee System in France pp. 377-404 Downloads
Claire Dorville and Sylvaine Lemeilleur
Hi’ilei Julia Kawehipuaakahaopulani Hobart, Cooling the tropics: ice, indigeneity, and Hawaiian refreshment, 2023, Duke University Press pp. 405-409 Downloads
Helene Brembeck

Volume 104, issue 2, 2023

Random drawing in sequential auctions: investigating the role of a market device in timber sales pp. 101-122 Downloads
El Hadi Caoui and Gérard Marty
Defining cost-effective ways to improve ecosystem services provision in agroecosystems pp. 123-165 Downloads
Barbara Langlois and Vincent Martinet
Designing carbon markets connecting farmers and companies: stakeholders claiming territorial-based devices to promote synergies between diverse environmental challenges pp. 167-191 Downloads
B. Thareau, N. Seyni, T. Coisnon and Pierre Dupraz
Diluting the law: Time and the production of compliance with European environmental standards pp. 193-216 Downloads
Marc-Olivier Déplaude
How do farmers choose the professionals with whom they work to ensure herd health management? An approach based on the diversity of prescription systems in dairy cattle farming pp. 217-242 Downloads
Eulalie Ramat, Lucie Gouttenoire and Nathalie Girard

Volume 104, issue 1, 2023

Price dependence among the major EU extra virgin olive oil markets: a time scale analysis pp. 1-26 Downloads
Dimitrios Panagiotou and Athanassios Stavrakoudis
The emergence of the Biodiversity/Health nexus: making biodiversity a health issue pp. 27-46 Downloads
Amandine Gautier, Sébastien Gardon and Christophe Déprés
Reforming the Common Agricultural Policy (2023–2027): multidisciplinary views pp. 47-50 Downloads
Stéphanie Barral and Cecile Detang-Dessendre
The new Common Agricultural Policy: reflecting an agro-ecological transition. The legal perspective pp. 51-66 Downloads
Alexandra Langlais
Risk management in the Common Agricultural Policy: the promises of data and finance in the face of increasing hazards pp. 67-76 Downloads
Stéphanie Barral
The hedgerow: industrial farming’s “useful idiot”? pp. 77-86 Downloads
Léo Magnin
Supporting European farmers’ incomes through Common Agricultural Policy direct aids: facts and questions pp. 87-99 Downloads
Vincent Chatellier and Hervé Guyomard

Volume 103, issue 4, 2022

Food justice: processes, practices and perspectives pp. 305-320 Downloads
Camille Hochedez
Food (in)justice and social inequalities in vegetable and market garden production in Normandy, France pp. 321-345 Downloads
Pierre Guillemin
Food justice and land justice in São Paulo: urban subsistence farming on the margins of the city pp. 347-367 Downloads
Angèle Proust
The role of low-income consumers in food system transitions: case studies of community supported agriculture and social groceries in France pp. 369-392 Downloads
Julia Gallardo Gomez and Catherine Darrot
From “noble” to “ugly” but “well-worked” fish—food morals in the Breton fish landings pp. 393-416 Downloads
Fabien Clouette
Land grabbing and agribusiness in Argentina: five critical dimensions for analysing corporate strategies and its impacts over unequal actors pp. 417-437 Downloads
Andrea P. Sosa Varrotti, Delia C. Ramírez and Paula C. Serpe
Christian Lund, Nine-Tenths of the Law: Enduring Dispossession in Indonesia, 2020, Yale University Press pp. 439-442 Downloads
Jacobo Grajales
Jacobo Grajales, 2021, Agrarian capitalism, war and peace in Colombia — beyond dispossession, Routledge pp. 443-446 Downloads
Line Jespersgaard Jakobsen

Volume 103, issue 3, 2022

Analysis of factors that influence adoption of agroecological practices in viticulture pp. 179-209 Downloads
Mohamed Ghali, Maha Ben Jaballah, Nejla Ben Arfa and Annie Sigwalt
Characteristics and stability of consumer food-buying groups: the case of food circles pp. 211-245 Downloads
Kirsi Korhonen and Toivo Muilu
Organisational troubles in policy integration. French local food policies in the making pp. 247-269 Downloads
Jeanne Pahun and Eve Fouilleux
Food, climate and biodiversity: a trilemma of mineral nitrogen use in European agriculture pp. 271-299 Downloads
Rémi Prudhomme, Raja Chakir, Anna Lungarska, Thierry Brunelle, Narayanappa Devaraju, Nathalie de Noblet, Pierre-Alain Jayet, Stéphane De Cara and Jean-Christophe Bureau
Shaila Seshia Galvin, Becoming organic: nature and agriculture in the Indian Himalaya, 2021, Yale University Press pp. 301-304 Downloads
Sylvaine Lemeilleur

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 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
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