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Most Popular Papers

The European Review of Agricultural Economics is now firmly established as the pre-eminent forum for the discussion and dissemination of theoretical and applied agricultural economics research in Europe, with a readership that extends worldwide.

Interested in finding out which papers generated the most buzz in 2016 so far? We have created a collection of ERAE's top downloaded papers of 2016, covering a range of engaging topics, genetically modified food, to corporate social responsibility, to behavioural economics.

All of the papers included in the collection will be free to read online until the end of June 2017.

Corporate social responsibility in the food sector
Monika Hartmann
(2011) 38 (3): 297-324

Food quality and safety: consumer perception and demand
Klaus G. Grunert
(September 2005) 32 (3): 369-391

Effect of information about benefits of biotechnology on consumer acceptance of genetically modified food: evidence from experimental auctions in the United States, England, and France

Jayson L. Lusk, Lisa O. House, Carlotta Valli, Sara R. Jaeger, Melissa Moore, J.L. Morrow, and W. Bruce Traill
(2004) 31 (2): 179-204

Consumer attitudes to genetically modified organisms in food in the UK
Michael Burton, Dan Rigby, Trevor Young, and Sallie James
(2001) 28 (4): 479-498

Food safety standards and agri-food supply chains: an introductory overview
Abdelhakim Hammoudi, Ruben Hoffmann, and Yves Surry
(2009) 36 (4): 469-478

Distinguishing beliefs from preferences in food choice
Jayson L. Lusk, Ted C. Schroeder, and Glynn T. Tonsor
(2014) 41 (4): 627-655

Understanding producers' motives for adopting sustainable practices: the role of expected rewards, risk perception and risk tolerance
Andres Trujillo-Barrera, Joost M. E. Pennings, and Dianne Hofenk
(2016) 43 (3): 359-382

Globalisation and poverty in Senegal: a worst case scenario?
Miet Maertens, Liesbeth Colen, and Johan F. M. Swinnen
(2011) 38 (1): 31-54

Quality upgrading, competition and trade policy: evidence from the agri-food sector
Daniele Curzi, Valentina Raimondi, and Alessandro Olper
(2015) 42 (2): 239-267

Tariffs and non-tariff frictions in the world wine trade

Andrea Dal Bianco, Vasco Ladislao Boatto, Francesco Caracciolo, and Fabio Gaetano Santeramo
(2016) 43 (1): 31-57

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