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Studies in Agricultural Economics

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Andrew Fieldsend (2017)

Front and back matter

In: Studies in Agricultural Economics 2017/119/2

sISSN 2063-6628, pISSN 1418-2106


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Jankó Ferenc, Németh Nikoletta, Bertalan Laura, Pappné Vancsó Judit (2017)

Perceptions of climate change and adaptation in Hungarian agriculture: results of an interview study

In: Studies in Agricultural Economics 2017/119/2 pp. 55-61.

pISSN 1418-2106, DOI 10.7896/j.1616


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Evgenia MICHA, Kevin HEANUE, John J. HYLAND, Thia Hennessy, Emma Jane DILLON, Cathal BUCKLEY (2017)

Sustainability levels in Irish dairy farming: a farm typology according to sustainable performance indicators

In: Studies in Agricultural Economics 2017/119/2 pp. 62-69.

pISSN 1418-2106, DOI 10.7896/j.1706


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Jaka Zgajnar (2017)

Analysis of indemnifi cation of income risk at sector level: the case of Slovenia

In: Studies in Agricultural Economics 2017/119/2 pp. 70-76.

pISSN 1418-2106, DOI 10.7896/j.1619


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Michał Soliwoda, Jindrich Spicka, Václav Vilhelm, Joanna Pawłowska-Tyszko, Aleksander Gorzelak (2017)

Is there a relationship between the prevailing model of agriculture and the structure of the crop and livestock insurance markets?

In: Studies in Agricultural Economics 2017/119/2 pp. 77-84.

pISSN 1418-2106, DOI 10.7896/j.1702


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Sági Judit, Edward Evgenevich Nikulin (2017)

The economic eff ect of Russia imposing a food embargo on the European Union with Hungary as an example

In: Studies in Agricultural Economics 2017/119/2 pp. 85-90.

pISSN 1418-2106, DOI 10.7896/j.1708


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