The German Journal of Agricultural Economics (GJAE) serves as platform for scholarly and innovative work in the field of agricultural and food economics and related disciplines.
The GJAE publishes a broad range of theoretical, applied and policy-related articles. It aims for a balanced coverage of economic issues within agricultural and food production, demand and trade, rural development, and sustainable and efficient resource use as well as specific German or European issues. The GJAE also welcomes review articles.
All published articles are peer reviewed and must show originality and novelty either in methods or in the field of their application. The GJAE very much welcomes agricultural and applied economic studies from all over the world. However, we usually do not send manuscripts out for review that present merely project reports or assessments from narrowly defined locations, unless they bear sufficiently novel economic insights or relevant empirical evidence that would be of potential general interest to our readers. The GJAE charges neither submission- nor publication fees.
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We are pleased to announce that the German Journal of Agricultural Economics (GJAE) has been accepted for indexing in Web of ScienceSM, the largest and most comprehensive citation index available.
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Agricultural Policy and the Path of Virtue by Werner Grosskopf
Does Spatial Dependence Depend on Spatial Resolution? An Empirical Analysis of Organic Farming in Southern Germany by
Eva Schmidtner, Christian Lippert, Stephan Dabbert
Animal Welfare in Public and Private Standards and On-Farm Compliance by Dominic Norbert Annen, Christine Wieck, Markus Kempen
“Die landwirtschaftlichen Märkte an der Jahreswende 2020/2021“
Publishing date: April 1st 2021
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