Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 22/June/2022
Registration: Registration, Welcome Coffee and Pocket Lunch
Location: Foyer Building K
Special Session 1: EAAE Mentoring Program
Location: Room K12
Chair: Prof. Attila Jambor, Corvinus University of Budapest
Special Session 2: "Giovanni Anania" Session
Location: Room K12
Chair: Prof. Filippo Arfini, University of Parma
Opening: Workshop opening and Welcome Speeches
Location: Room K12
Keynote Session 1: IFAD mission and the role of economics
Location: Room K12
Chair: Prof. Filippo Arfini, University of Parma
Chair: Prof. Maria Cecilia Mancini, University of Parma

IFAD mission and the role of economics. Present and future challenges

Arslan, Aslihan

IFAD, Italy

RP1.1: Farm Performances and Social Innovation
Location: Room K9
Chair: Prof. Simone Baglioni, University of Parma

Heterogeneity of European farmers’ risk preferences: a meta-analysis

Garcia Gomez, Viviana; McCallum, Chloe; Finger, Robert

ETH Zurich, Switzerland


Pagni, Lorenzo

University o Pisa, Italy

Expected returns from clover and adoption decisions among Irish farmers

Aguiar, Felipe1,2; Läpple, Doris1; Buckley, Cathal2

1: National University of Ireland Galway; 2: Teagasc

Exploring agricultural economic performance under the provision of risk management tools

Dang, Thi Thanh Thuong

Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy

The fight against labour exploitation within the biological agri-food sector as a driver of social innovation within the EU Sustainable Framework. An intersectional perspective for the integration of migrant women along the Agri-food Supply Chain.

Magnano, Giulia

University of Bologna, Italy

RP1.2: Enhancing Ecosystem Services from Agriculture
Location: Room K10
Chair: Dr. Alessandro Varacca, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Can a bonus payment for collaboration of farmers enhance the ecological value of non-productive areas on arable land?

Böhner, Hannah G. S.1; Runge, Tania1; Zavalloni, Matteo2; Röder, Norbert1

1: Thuenen Institute, Germany; 2: University Bologna, Italy

Revisiting the importance of product’s country of origin: A cross-country and cross-product analysis

Tatic, Milan; Hartmann, Monika; Yeh, Ching-Hua

University of Bonn, Germany

Economic sustainability of dairy sector: a focus on mountain farms

Staffolani, Giacomo

Università Politecnica delle marche (UNIVPM), Italy

Economic and social implications in flexible value webs within bioeconomy

Fasolino, Nunzia Gabriella; Viaggi, Davide

University of Bologna, Italy, Italy

Predicting the effect of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) measures on the supply of ecosystem services (ESS) through positive agent-based modelling

Baldi, Lisa; Calzolai, Sara

UNIPR, Italy

RP1.3: Agricultural Coordination and Policies
Location: Room K11
Chair: Klaus Salhofer, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna

Addressing the sustainability gap produced by large-scale avocado production in northern Caldas, Colombia

Suarez, Andres

Justus Liebig University, Germany

Evaluating results-based and collective contractual solutions as potential carbon farming schemes

Raina, Nidhi; Zavalloni, Matteo; Viaggi, Davide

University of Bologna, Italy

"Revenue sharing" and "Cost sharing" as coordination mechanisms to innovate agricultural contracts

Russo, Silvia

University of Bologna, Italy

Consumer Preferences and Household Food Waste Behaviour

Friman, Aino

University of Helsinki, Finland

The effects of temporal data aggregation on price transmission analysis

Hoffmann, Clemens Heinrich; von Cramon-Taubadel, Stephan

University of Göttingen, Germany

RP1.4: Spreading Knowledge in the Agri-food Supply Chain
Location: Room K12
Chair: Prof. Mario Veneziani, Università degli Studi di Parma

Social Farming, One Welfare and Animal Assisted Interventions: new organizational models focused on economic, social and environmental sustainability for Italian Social Farms that provide Animal Assisted Interventions

Galardi, Morgana1,2; Contalbrigo, Laura2; Moruzzo, Roberta1

1: Department of Veterinary Science, University of Pisa, Italy; 2: National Reference Centre for Animal Assisted Interventions, Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie, Legnaro (PD), Italy

AgrImOnIA: Agriculture Impact On Italian Air Quality

Fusta Moro, Alessandro2; Fassò, Alessandro1; Rodeschini, Jacopo1; Shaboviq, Qendrim4; Cameletti, Michela1; Finazzi, Francesco2; Golini, Natalia2; Ignaccolo, Rosalba2; Maranzano, Paolo3; Otto, Philippe4

1: Department of Economics, University of Bergamo, Italy; 2: Department of Economics and Statistics "Cognetti de Martiis", University of Turin, Italy; 3: Department of Economics, Management and Statistics, University of Milan "Bicocca", Italy; 4: Institute of Cartography and Geoinformatics, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany

Knowledge as a collective good: how its configuration affects the Education in the Operational Groups (OGs) in the Emila-Romagna Region

Rinaldi, Giacomo Maria; Viaggi, Davide

Università di Bologna, Italy

Information banners and shelf labels as point of sale interventions to influence consumers’ purchase decisions of products with higher animal welfare standards – a virtual supermarket study

Bach, Leonie1; Meyer, Kathrin1; Yeh, Ching-Hua1; Dolgopolova, Irina2; Roosen, Jutta3; Hartmann, Monika1

1: University of Bonn, Germany; 2: Maastricht University, The Netherlands; 3: Technical University of Munich, Germany

The Effects of Additional Eco- and Nutri-Score labels on Willingness to Pay for Geographical Indications

Höhn, Gero Laurenz1; Huysmans, Martijn2; Crombez, Christophe1,3

1: KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: Utrecht University, the Netherlands; 3: Stanford University, USA

CB1: Coffee Break
Location: Foyer Building K
RP2.1: Circular Economy in Agricultural Sector
Location: Room K9
Chair: Prof. Filippo Arfini, University of Parma
Chair: Prof. Maria Cecilia Mancini, University of Parma

Developing Circularity Indicators with Micro Data. An Application to Italian Agriculture



Environmental efficiency of Italian dairy farming

Gondos, Claudia Stefania

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy

Sustainability and Circularity of Agro-Livestock Farming Systems: Design, Management and Evaluation Criteria

Sau, Paola; Arru, Brunella; Furesi, Roberto; Madau, Fabio A.; Pulina, Pietro

Università degli Studi di Sassari, Italy

Analysis of the economic and environmental benefits of precision viticulture. A case study from Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG.

Grazia, Diego

University of Milan, Italy

A partial budgeting analysis on different strategies to reduce the prevalence of lung lesions in finishing pigs at slaughter

Jerlström, Josefine1; Huang, Wei1; Ehlorsson, Carl-Johan2; Eriksson, Ingvar2; Reneby, Amanda2; Comin, Arianna C3

1: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden; 2: Farm & Animal Health Association; 3: Swedish National Veterinary Institute

RP2.2: Farm Resilience towards a Changing World
Location: Room K10
Chair: Prof. Marco Magnani, University of Parma

Agricultural Commercialisation and Welfare of Smallholder Arable Crop Farming Households in Nigeria

Adesina, Muhammed Adeola; Yusuf, Sulaiman Adesina

University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Irrigation and Nutrition linkages in Rural Kenya; the Effect of Institutions and Socio-Economic Characteristics on the Impact Pathway

Kiratu, Nixon Murathi

Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany

Determinants of the resilience of Polish farms.

Pogodzińska, Kinga Anna

Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland

Promoting coffee farmers' adaptive behaviours towards climate change in Dak Lak, Vietnam

Nguyen, Anh Phuong; Bavorova, Miroslava

Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic

Agriculture and regional economies in the EU

Lee, Hyejin

LICOS, KU Leuven, Belgium

RP2.3: Modelling Bioeconomy in Supply Chain Relationship
Location: Room K11
Chair: Prof. Diogo Souza-Monteiro, Newcastle University

Modelling biodiversity in the agri-food supply chain: exploring the potential of the Agent-Based model approach

Verza, Marta; Camanzi, Luca; Malorgio, Giulio

Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna, Italy

The Impact of Infrastructure Development on Food Security at the National Level

Chkoniya, Anna-Maria

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation

Agricultural biogas plants in creating a circular economy in the area of agribusiness sector in Poland

Ignaciuk, Wiktor

Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland

Use of elements of bioeconomy and eco-innovation in European countries

Tkáč, Filip; Moravčíková, Danka

Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Slovak Republic

Keynote Session 2: FAO’s mission and the role of economics
Location: Room K12
Chair: Klaus Salhofer, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna

FAO’s mission and the role of economics. Present and future challenges

Torero Cullen, Maximo

FAO, Italy

7:30pm Dinner 1: Social Dinner
Date: Thursday, 23/June/2022
CP1.1: Land Value
Location: Room K8
Chair: Dr. Linda Arata, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Comparative analysis of revenue and land prices between organic andconventional farming

Veron, Emilien

BETA University of Strasbourg, France

Land rent and fertilizer use in rural China

Tang, Liang1,3; Peerlings, Jack1; Heerink, Nico2; Ma, Xianlei3

1: Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy Group, Wageningen University, Wageningen, the Netherlands; 2: Development Economics Group, Wageningen University, Wageningen, the Netherlands; 3: College of Public Administration, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, China.

Did Green Payment Reform Induce Change in Environmental, Economic and Land Use Conditions in France?

Diop, Thierno Bocar; Vedrine, Lionel

CESAER UMR1041, INRAE, Institut Agro, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, F-21000, Dijon, France

Explaining the farmland price surge in Brandenburg: A decomposition analysis

Hainbach, Tim Finn1; Huettel, Silke2; Werwatz, Axel1

1: Technical University of Berlin, Germany; 2: University of Göttingen, Germany

A small area approach to estimate and interpolate farmland values on community level

Meissner, Luise; von Hobe, Cord-Friedrich; Musshoff, Oliver

Georg-August-University Goettingen, Germany

CP1.2: Agri-food Trade and Global Value Chain
Location: Room K9
Chair: Prof. José M. Gil, CREDA-UPC-IRTA

The effect of trade and customs digitalization on agrifood trade: A gravity approach

Bueno Rezende de Castro, André; Kornher, Lukas

University of Bonn, Center for Development Research (ZEF), Germany

Modeling the interactions of complex tariff regimes

Döbeling, Tatjana Elisabeth

Thünen Institute of Market Analysis, Germany

Food Safety Standards and the Stability of Trade Relations

Engemann, Helena; Jafari, Yaghoob; Heckelei, Thomas

University of Bonn, Germany

The positioning of French agrifood firms in global value chains

Agbekponou, Kossi Messanh; Cheptea, Angela; Latouche, Karine; Le-Roy, Cecile

INRAE, France

CP1.3: Bioeconomy Transition
Location: Room K10
Chair: Prof. Alessandro Arrighetti, University of Parma

The Importance of Wooden Biomass in the Transition to a Bioeconomy in Latvia

Tetere, Vineta1,2; Dries, Liesbeth1; Peerlings, Jack1

1: Wageningen University, Netherlands, The; 2: Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies

Adaptation to climate change: switching between irrigation technologies in Italian agriculture

Fabri, Charlotte1; Moretti, Michele1,2; Van Passel, Steven1; Tsagris, Michail3

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: University of Pisa, Italy; 3: University of Crete, Greece

Impact of Cooperative Membership on the Adoption of SAPs by Smallholder Farmers in Zambia

Donkor, Ebenezer; Hejkrlik, Jiri; Ratinger, Tomas

Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic

Economics of herbicide substitutes in Swiss wheat production

Ziehmann, Eileen Joana1; Möhring, Niklas2; Finger, Robert1

1: ETH Zürich, Switzerland; 2: CNRS and La Rochelle Université, France

Analysis of Marginal Abatement Cost Curve for Ammonia Emissions: Addressing Farm-System Heterogeneity.

Ogunpaimo, Oyinlola Rafiat1,2; Buckley, Cathal2; Hynes, Stephen1; O'Neill, Stephen3

1: Department of Economics, School of Business, Public Policy and Law, National University of Ireland Galway; 2: Agricultural Economics & Farm Survey Department, Rural Economy & Development Programme, Teagasc, Mellows Campus, Athenry, Co. Galway.; 3: Department of Health Economics and Econometrics London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London.

CP1.4: Climate Adaptation and Farm Viability
Location: Room K11
Chair: Prof. Attila Jambor, Corvinus University of Budapest

Climate change adaptation and productive efficiency of subsistence farming: A selection bias-corrected panel data stochastic frontier approach.

Asmare, Fissha1; Jaraitė, Jūratė2; Kažukauskas, Andrius3

1: Vilnius University, Lithuania; 2: Vilnius University, Lithuania, Umea university, Sweden; 3: Vilnius University, Lithuania

The role of index insurance on farm welfare and climate resilience: Experimental findings from Uzbekistan

Moritz, Laura; Kuhn, Lena; Bobojonov, Ihtiyor

Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO), Germany

The Benefits Of Rural Labor Migration Across The Income Spectrum: Does The Destination Matter?

Fabry, Anna; Maertens, Miet

Division of Bioeconomics, KU Leuven, Belgium

Finding the right price: supply chain contracts as a tool to guarantee sustainable economic viability of organic farm

Righi, Selene; Viganò, Elena; Maccaroni, Martina

University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy

Closing productivity gaps among Dutch dairy farms can boost profit and reduce nitrogen pollution

Lamkowsky, Melina1; Oenema, Oene2; Meuwissen, Miranda1; Ang, Frederic1

1: Wageningen University, Netherlands, The; 2: Wageningen Environmental Research

CP1.5: Sustainability in Agri-food Value Chain
Location: Room K12
Chair: Prof. Maria Cecilia Mancini, University of Parma

Measuring sustainability in primary production – a critical assessment of indicators and data

Robling, Helena; Hansson, Helena; Abouhatab, Assem; Säll, Sarah

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden

The contributions of short food supply chains for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact

Petruzzelli, Mara1; Ihle, Rico2; Vittuari, Matteo1; Colitti, Simona3

1: Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy; 2: Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy Group, Department of Social Sciences, Wageningen University & Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands; 3: Department of Architecture, Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

Agri-Food Value Chains’ Sustainability Assessment – A New Guiding Analytical Framework.

Allali, Tarek; Moretti, Michele; Brunori, Gianluca

University of Pisa, Italy

Auctions for Agricultural Input Supply: a Lab-in-the-Field Experiment


University of Florence

Can the adoption of sustainable agricultural practices solve the problem of pest resistance to pesticides?

BARRO, Safiatou1,2; MARTIN, Elsa2; LEGRAS, Sophie2

1: CESAER, Universités Bourgogne Franche Comté, France; 2: CESAER UMR1041, INRAE, Institut Agro, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France

CB2: Coffee Break
Location: Foyer Building K
Keynote Session 3: Agricultural Economics towards 2030
Location: Room K12
Chair: Prof. Mario Veneziani, Università degli Studi di Parma

Agricultural Economics towards 2030

Gil, José M.


Lunch 1: Lunch Break
Location: Foyer Building K
CP2.1: Differentiation Strategy in Farm Management
Location: Room K8
Chair: Prof. Attila Jambor, Corvinus University of Budapest

Do farmers participating in short food supply chains use less pesticides? Evidences from France

Chiaverina, Pierre; Drogué, Sophie; Jacquet, Florence

Institut national de recherche pour l’agriculture, l’alimentation et l’environnement, France

Optimisation of production intensity in Flemish apple orchards for income, production and insect biodiversity objectives under different agri-environmental policy scenarios

Fockaert, Lysander; Hulsmans, Eva; Daelemans, Robin; Mathijs, Erik; Honnay, Olivier; Vranken, Liesbet

KU Leuven, Belgium


Mirra, Laura1; Giannoccaro, Giacomo2; Gutierrez-Martin, Carlos3

1: University of Naples Federico II, Italy; 2: University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy; 3: University of Cordoba, Spain

Agricultural shocks, coping policies and deforestation: Evidence from the coffee rust epidemic in Mexico

Chort, Isabelle1,2; Oktem, Berk1

1: Universite de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, E2S UPPA, CNRS, TREE, Bayonne, France; 2: Institut Universitaire de France (IUF), Paris, France

The impact of adopting an Automatic Milking System on farm-level eco-efficiency: The case of Norwegian conventional dairy farming

Martinsson, Elin Anna; Storm, Hugo

University of Bonn, Germany

CP2.2: Sustainability through Optimization Strategy
Location: Room K9
Chair: Prof. Diogo Souza-Monteiro, Newcastle University

Testing indirect land use change theory: causal evidence from biofuel mandates and pan-tropical deforestation

Guye, Valentin

Université Paris Saclay, INRAE, AgroParisTech, Paris Saclay Applied Economics, Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change, France

Climate change: a new challenge for land resource allocation

Fromage, Mathilde

INRAE, France

Management of fish resources in the Mediterranean Sea: a dynamic Maximum Economic Yield approach

Natali, Fabiana1; Toraldo, Gerardo2; Giannino, Francesco3; Cicia, Gianni3; Branca, Giacomo1

1: Department of Economics, Engineering, Society and Business Organization, University of Tuscia; 2: Department of Mathematics and Physics, University of Campania 'Luigi Vanvitelli'; 3: Department of Agricultural Sciences, University of Naples 'Federico II'

Horizon Scanning in support of SDG implementation – identifying key enablers for a sustainable food system

Borchardt, Steve1; Marelli, Luisa2; Vittuari, Matteo1

1: University of Bologna, Italy; 2: European Commission, DG Joint Research Centre

Are fishers from Bizerte (Manzel Abderrahmen), Tunisia willing to pay to conserve the heritage of their port and to improve their activities?

Missaoui, Sameh1,2; Rahmani, Djamel1; Thabet, Chokri2; Feas Vazquez, Jacobo3; Gíl, José María1

1: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, CREDA-UPC-IRTA, Spain; 2: University of Sousse, USo, Tunisia; 3: Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, USC, Spain

CP2.3: Climate Change and Farm Adaptation
Location: Room K10
Chair: Dr. Linda Arata, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

The socio-cultural dimension and neighbourhood effects of land use intensity strategies in Swiss grassland systems

Spörri, Martina1,2

1: Agroscope, Switzerland; 2: ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Can adaptation enhance resilience of farms against climate change? Empirical evidence from Austrian arable regions

Zeilinger, Julian; Niedermayr, Andreas; Kantelhardt, Jochen

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria

Role-Playing for Agroforestry Adoption: a Game-Changing Tool to Improve Smallholders Intrinsic Motivation?

Seegers, Ronja; Winter, Etti; Grote, Ulrike

Leibniz University Hannover, Germany

Using Perception Matrices to explore agricultural stakeholders’ roles in farmers’ biodiversity-related decision-making

Scherfranz, Verena1; Moon, Katie2; Kantelhardt, Jochen1; Schaller, Lena1

1: University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria; 2: University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney)

CP2.4: Environmental Pressures and Management Strategies
Location: Room K11
Chair: Klaus Salhofer, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna

Renewable Energy Policy and Farmland Markets – The German Perspective

Isenhardt, Lars1; Seifert, Stefan1; Wolff, Saskia1; Lakes, Tobia2; Werwatz, Axel3; Hüttel, Silke1

1: University of Bonn, ILR Production Economics Group; 2: Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Geographical Institute, Applied Geoinformation; 3: Technical University of Berlin, Chair in Econometrics and Business Statistics

Revealing the hidden economic role of non-wood forest products in Italy using an extended SAM

Di Cori, Viola1; Robert, Nicolas1; Franceschinis, Cristiano2; Pettenella, Davide2; Thiene, Mara2

1: European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Via E. Fermi 2749, Ispra I-21027 (VA), Italy; 2: Land, Environment, Agriculture and Forestry Department – University of Padova, Viale dell’Universit , 16 – 35020 Legnaro (PD), Italy

Estimating the Impact of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) on Deforestation in developing countries.

Kinda, Harouna

Université Clermont Auvregne, France

Farmers’ preferences for nitrogen abatement investment options and management practices in an uncertain policy environment

Yanore, Lotte; Sok, Jaap; Oude Lansink, Alfons

Wageningen University, Wageningen (The Netherlands)

Decomposition of nutrient leakage from Swedish arable land

Wahtra, Julia Adele Marie; Johnsson, Nils Holger

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden

CP2.5: Resilience Capacity and Sustainable Strategies
Location: Room K12
Chair: Prof. Vincenzina Caputo, Michigan State University

Through which channels do voluntary sustainability standards affect farm revenue? Evidence from Peru

Boonaert, Eva; Maertens, Miet

University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium

Not So Perfect: Capital-Labor Substitution in Sub-Saharan African Agriculture

Patil, Pranav; Schünemann, Franziska

University of Hohenheim, Germany

Impact of COVID-19 on household resilience capacity: panel survey data evidence

Feyisa, Ashenafi Duguma1,2; de Mey, Yann3; Maertens, Miet1

1: KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: Arba Minch University, Ethiopia; 3: Wageningen University and Research. Netherlands

how to become a permanent farmer

clarisse, ceriani; Chaillard, Marine; Djouak, Amar

junia, France

Farmers’ view on local short food supply chains: The case of fresh vegetables in Wallonia, Belgium

Enthoven, Laura; Van den Broeck, Goedele

Earth and Life Institute, UCLouvain, Belgium

CB3: Coffee Break
Location: Foyer Building K
Keynote Session 4: Publishing in Agricultural Economics & Policy
Location: Room K12
Chair: Prof. Vincenzina Caputo, Michigan State University

Publishing in Agricultural Economics & Policy: (Hot) topics & methods

Dries, Liesbeth

Wageningen University, Netherlands, The

AP: Spritz time and networking
Location: Foyer Building K
7:30pm Dinner 2: Tortellata di San Giovanni
Date: Friday, 24/June/2022
CP3.1: Food Health
Location: Room K9
Chair: Prof. Davide Menozzi, University of Parma

Optimizing food swap recommendations to increase basket healthiness: The role of similarity of food swap recommendations

Schruff-Lim, Eva-Maria; Van Loo, Ellen; van Kleef, Ellen; van Trijp, Hans

Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands, The

The influence of health crises on consumers’ worries about food: A Twitter-based study

Bou Fakhreddine, Lara1; Pindado Tapia, Emilio2; Sánchez, Mercedes1

1: Public University of Navarra, Spain; 2: Polytechnic University of Madrid

The Nutritional and Environmental Impacts of Food Consumption: Evidence from an Income Shock.

Berland, Ondine1; de Cara, Stéphane1; Etilé, Fabrice2

1: Paris Saclay University & INRAE; 2: Paris School of Economics & INRAE

Save near-expired food: Does a message to avoid food waste affect food purchases and household waste prevention behaviors?

Zhang, Yi1; van Herpen, Erica1; van Loo, Ellen1; Pandelaere, Mario2,3; Geuens, Maggie3

1: Wageningen University & Research; 2: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; 3: Ghent University

Impact of the Mexican tax on sugar-sweetened beverages on nutritional status: A synthetic control approach

Tappendorf, Sandra

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

CP3.2: Innovation in Agricultural Practices
Location: Room K10
Chair: Dr. Alessandro Varacca, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

The Intentions of Agricultural Professionals towards Diffusing Wireless Sensor Networks: Application of Technology Acceptance Model in Southwest Iran

Taheri, Fatemeh1; D'Haese, Marijke1; Fiems, Dieter1; Azadi, Hossein2

1: Ghent University, Belgium; 2: University of Liège, Belgium

Comparing the Effect of Targeted Research and Innovation Measures on Local Bioeconomy Employment in Rural and Non-rural Areas

Kardung, Maximilian; Drabik, Dusan; Wesseler, Justus

Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Association of small-scale farmer’s aspirations and personality traits – Evidence from Kenya.

Deissler, Luzia Karin1; Mausch, Kai2; Karanja, Alice3; McMullin, Stepha3; Grote, Ulrike1

1: Institute for Environmental Economics and World Trade, Leibniz University Hannover, Hannover, Germany; 2: Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)-World Agroforestry (ICRAF), Nairobi, Kenya and Bonn, Germany; 3: Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)-World Agroforestry (ICRAF), Nairobi, Kenya

Economic feasibility of glasshouse tomato production in China —— a biophysical-economic stochastic modeling approach

Min, Xinyuan

Wageningen University, Netherlands, The

Understanding farmers’ acceptance of innovative Agri-Environmental Schemes: A structural equation modeling of an extended technology acceptance model

Eichhorn, Theresa; Kantelhardt, Jochen; Schaller, Lena Luise

University of natural resources and life sciences (BOKU), Vienna, Austria

CP3.3: Competitivness in Agri-food Chain
Location: Room K11
Chair: Klaus Salhofer, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna

Competitiveness, Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Linkages to Economic Growth

Zarkua, Tatia; Heijman, Wim; Benesova, Irena; Krivko, Mikhail

Czech University of Life Sciences, Czech Republic

Impact of SMS-based information provision on smallholder peanut farmers’ knowledge and practice adoption

Schulz, Dario; Börner, Jan

University of Bonn, Germany

Organic Cocoa in São Tomé and Príncipe: How Producers Perceive Sustainability and Elect Livelihood Strategies?

Prazeres, Ibrahim Cravid1; Lucas, M.R.2; Marta-Costa, A.3; Henriques, P.D.4

1: CEFAGE - University of Évora, Portugal; 2: CEFAGE - University of Évora, Portugal; 3: CETRAD - University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Portugal; 4: Mediterranean Institute for Agriculture, University of Évora, Portugal

The market for German protein crops– a fragmented market?

Mittag, Franziska; Hess, Sebastian

University of Hohenheim, Germany

CP3.4: Environmental Regulation
Location: Room K12
Chair: Dr. Liesbeth Dries, Wageningen University

Achieving sustainable water management: The perspective of residential water regulation in South Africa

Aina, Ifedotun1; Thaim, Djiby1; Dinar, Ariel2

1: 1School of Economics, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa.; 2: School of Public Policy, University of California, Riverside, USA

Payments for environmental services with provision thresholds: farmers’ preferences for a conditional bonus

Le Gloux, Fanny1; Dupraz, Pierre1; Issanchou, Alice1; Ropars-Collet, Carole2


Measuring private transaction costs in payments for environmental services: an application to collective agri-environmental schemes in the Netherlands

Splinter, Melody Aphrodite Brittany Selena; Dries, Liesbeth

Wageningen University, Netherlands, The

The value of climate information in agriculture

Parissi, Niccolò

Università di Trento, Italy

Food and Nutrition Security (FNS) in a group of agroecology smallholders in southern Nigeria: The role of Reproduction

Ume, Chukwuma

University of Nigeria, Nigeria

CB4: Coffee Break
Location: Foyer Building K
CP4.1: Food Consumption
Location: Room K9
Chair: Prof. Davide Menozzi, University of Parma

The impact of income on the amount and the share of animal products and protein in the diet: An EKC analysis

Kmetkova, Diana1,2; Scasny, Milan1,2

1: Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Czech Republic; 2: Environment Centre, Charles University, Czech Republic


Mehaba, Wafa1,2; Rahmani, Djamel1,2; Gil Roig, José Maria1,2

1: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya; 2: Centre de Recerca en Economia i Desenvolupament Agroalimentari (CREDA-UPC-IRTA)

Tofu desert and neighborhood effects: what explain variations of food price elasticities?

Liu, Zhaoxin

VU Amsterdam, Netherlands, The

Understanding household and food system characteristics influence on chicken and egg consumption in India

Scudiero, Lavinia; Tak, Mehroosh

Royal Veterinary College, University of London, United Kingdom

Socio-spatial information sources influencing farmers’ decision to use mechanical weeding in sugar beets

Massfeller, Anna; Storm, Hugo

Institute for Food and Resource Economics, University of Bonn, Germany

CP4.2: Innovation in Agribusiness
Location: Room K10
Chair: Maria Raquel Lucas, CEFAGE - University of Évora

Coordination mechanisms, transaction costs and sustainability performance of agri-food chains: insights from the Ecuadorian blackberry supply chain

Moreno Miranda, Carlos1; Dries, Liesbeth2

1: Wageningen University, Netherlands, The; 2: Wageningen University, Netherlands, The

Consumer preferences and willingness to pay for German pork produced under higher animal welfare standards – Approach of a choice experiment

Derstappen, Rebecca; Christoph-Schulz, Inken

Thunen Institute of Market Analysis, Germany

The extent and nature of diversification by small-scale crop farmers to agro-processors in the Gauteng Province of South Africa.

Mthombeni, Danisile

University of South Africa, South Africa

Stakeholder evaluation of collaborative business models: A case study on high-level food processing technology

Van Parys, Esther1; Loveniers, Pieter-Jan1; Tran, Duc1; Benezech, Thierry2; Sampers, Imca1; De Steur, Hans1; Gellynck, Xavier1; Schouteten, Joachim1

1: Ghent University, Belgium; 2: Univ. Lille, CNRS, INRAE, France

Research on the protection of Agri-food products in Romania- North-West Area


University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine from Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

CP4.3: Sustainability in Consumer Health Strategies
Location: Room K11
Chair: Prof. Meri Raggi, Università degli Studi di Bologna

Emerging Bio-based Alternatives: From Innovation Niches to Dominating Products?

Tassinari, Gianmaria1,2; Soregaroli, Claudio2; Drabik, Dušan1

1: Wageningen University; 2: Università Cattolica del S. Cuore

Seniors citizens’ Vitamin D supplements intake: evidence from Denmark and food policy implications

Caso, Gerarda1; Grønhøj, Alice2; Lähteenmäki, Liisa2; Vecchio, Riccardo1

1: University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy; 2: Aarhus Universitet, Aarhus, Denmark

Exploring the implementation of nudges to foster healthy and sustainable eating at the university canteen

Andreani, Giulia; Wongprawmas, Rungsaran; Menozzi, Davide; Mora, Cristina; Sogari, Giovanni

University of Parma, Italy

Perspectives for Saccharide-based Biopolymers under the European Green Deal

Poplawski, Pawel K.

Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW), Poland

Fifty shades of grain - Increasing whole grain consumption through daily messages

Weingarten, Nina; Hartmann, Monika

University of Bonn, Germany

CP4.4: Sustainability and Value Chain
Location: Room K12
Chair: Prof. Vincenzina Caputo, Michigan State University

Do we like the look of agriculture? A discrete choice experiment to evaluate preferences for the aesthetic value of agrarian landscapes.

Van Ruymebeke, Kato1; Vranken, Liesbet1; Zanni, Alberto2; Bakucs, Zoltan3; Davidova, Sophia2; Bailey, Alistair2

1: KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: University of Kent, England; 3: KRTK, Hungary

Sustainable packaging for food products in Germany – An analysis of consumers‘ purchase intention for bioplastic and paper-based packaging as alternatives to recyclable plastics

Macht, Janine1; Klink-Lehmann, Jeanette1; Venghaus, Sandra2,3

1: University of Bonn, Germany; 2: RWTH Aachen University, Germany; 3: Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany

The effects of a carbon footprint label introduction on food orders sustainability: A natural field experiment in a full-service restaurant

Casati, Mirta1; Stranieri, Stefanella2; Rommel, Jens3; Luzzani, Gloria1; Soregaroli, Claudio1

1: Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Piacenza, Italy; 2: Università degli studi di Milano; 3: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Does experimental contextualisation affect farmers’ subjective probabilities, uncertainty and risk preferences?

Rippo, Ruggiero1; Cerroni, Simone1,2,3

1: University of Trento - Center Agriculture Food and Environment (C3A), Trento,Italy; 2: University of Trento - Department of Economics and Management, Trento, Italy; 3: Queen's University - Gibson Institute & Institute of Global Food Security, Belfast, UK

Compound default risk of cash crops due to drought in Germany

Schmitt, Jonas1,2; Offermann, Frank1; Finger, Robert2

1: Thuenen-Institute, Germany; 2: Agricultural Economics and Policy Group, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Closing: Workshop closing session
Location: Room K12
Chair: Prof. Filippo Arfini, University of Parma
1:15pm Lunch 2: Pocket Lunch
Location: Foyer Building K

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