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Giannis Karagiannis
Iain Fraser
Ada Wossink
J.H.M. (Jack) Peerlings

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The European Review of Agricultural Economics serves as a forum for innovative theoretical and applied agricultural economics research …

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Outstanding ERAE Journal Article 2015

Congratulations to Alessandro Bonanno, Rui Huang and Yizao Liu, who have been awarded the Outstanding Article prize for their piece, "Simulating welfare effects of the European nutrition and health claims’ regulation: the Italian yogurt market". Their article will be free to read online until November 2017.

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Understanding producers’ motives for adopting sustainable practices

Why would agricultural producers engage in practices such as conservation, animal welfare, waste management, or organic farming?

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Could a tax on animal-based foods improve diet sustainability?

The global food system is estimated to contribute 30% of total Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In this context, the EU has committed to reducing GHG emissions by 40% relative to 1990 levels by 2030 and by 80% by 2050.

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What is food nanotechnology, or 'nano-food'?

"The diffusion of food and food-packaging produced by means of nanotechnology is likely to rise over the next few years, even if the consumer perception regarding this new technology is uncertain." Read more on OUP Academic Tumblr.

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