Each year a diverse set of papers, centred on the discipline of Agricultural Economics, is selected for the conference programme. Sessions cover topics such as agricultural trade and policy, environmental economics and policy, supply chain analysis, food demand and policy, behavioural economics, structural adjustment of agriculture, climate change impacts and mitigation, livestock production and disease, agricultural development, technology adoption, the economics of bioenergy, modelling and analysis techniques.
The event is divided into symposia, contributed paper, discussion papers and posters. Katherine Simpson from the University of Glasgow, partner of EFFECT project, will present the Ecological and Economic Implications of Alternative Metrics in Biodiversity Offset Markets, on 6th April, as part of the contributed papers.
Details and information are available HERE.