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Volume 65 (2016), Number 1, 30-40

Planting Rights Liberalization in the European Union:
An Analysis of the Possible Effects on the Wine Sector in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany

Mariia Bogonos, Barbara Engler, Jürgen Oberhofer, Marc Dreßler, Stephan Dabbert

Volume 65 (2016), Number 1, 41-64

Is the Cultivation of Sugar Beets as a Biogas Substrate an Alternative for Farmers?
A Discrete Choice Experiment for the Design of Substrate-supply-contracts for Sugar Beets

Saramena Sauthoff, Friederike Anastassiadis, Oliver Mußhoff

Volume 65 (2016), Number 1, 1-15

What Influences the Growth of Organic Farms?
Evidence from a Panel of Organic Farms in Germany

Thelma Brenes-Muñoz, Sebastian Lakner, Bernhard Brümmer

Volume 64 (2015), Number 4, 244-262

EU Member States’ Voting for Authorizing Genetically Engineered Crops: a Regulatory Gridlock

Richard D. Smart, Matthias Blum, Justus Wesseler

Volume 64 (2015), Number 4, 274-285

Biofuel Sustainability Requirements –
The Case of Rapeseed Biodiesel

Franziska Junker, Alexander Gocht, Sandra Marquardt, Bernhard Osterburg, Heinz Stichnothe

Volume 64 (2015), Number 3, 163-174

Short Term Prediction of Agricultural Structural Change using Farm Accountancy Data Network and Farm Structure Survey Data

Hugo Storm, Thomas Heckelei, María Espinosa, Sergio Gomez y Paloma

Volume 64 (2015), Number 3, 175-191

Does Spatial Dependence Depend on Spatial Resolution?
– An Empirical Analysis of Organic Farming in Southern Germany

Eva Schmidtner, Christian Lippert, Stephan Dabbert

Volume 64 (2015), Number 2, 89-106

Do Different Measurements of Soil Quality Influence the Results of a Ricardian Analysis? –
A Case Study on the Effects of Climate Change on German Agriculture

Eva Schmidtner, Stephan Dabbert, Christian Lippert

Volume 64 (2015), Number 2, 107-119

Analyzing Results from Agricultural Large-scale Economic Simulation Models: Recent Progress and the Way Ahead

Wolfgang Britz, Ignacio Pérez-Dominguez, Gopalakrishnan Badri Narayanan

Volume 64 (2015), Number 2, 76-88

Risk Reduction Potential of Weather Index-based Insurance in Agribusiness –
The Importance of the Aggregation Level of Yield Time Series

Niels Pelka, Oliver Mußhoff

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