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The CAP 2014-2020: Scenarios for Europe's agri-food and rural systems

  1. Social farming is gaining increasing attention from multiple stakeholders in Europe because it can generate several socioeconomic benefits, for farming households too. The research—which is part of a project c...

    Authors: Ivana Bassi, Federico Nassivera and Lucia Piani
    Citation: Agricultural and Food Economics 2016 4:13
  2. The worldwide increase in population and consumption has produced a growing demand for food and energy in the rich and developing Countries. The resulting intensification of land investments, to cope with this...

    Authors: Anna Carroccio, Maria Crescimanno, Antonino Galati and Antonio Tulone
    Citation: Agricultural and Food Economics 2016 4:12
  3. The paper presents a study of a new social farming initiative: kindergarten farms. The paper emphasizes the value of potential synergies between the agricultural and the educational service. The two case studi...

    Authors: Biancamaria Torquati, Costanza Tancini, Chiara Paffarini and Roberta Illuminati
    Citation: Agricultural and Food Economics 2015 3:25
  4. Over the 2000s’, consumers’ food purchases have been increasingly informed by supply chain-related issues, with growing concerns about the sustainability of chains differing for their geographical scope. As a ...

    Authors: Francesca Galli, Fabio Bartolini, Gianluca Brunori, Luca Colombo, Oriana Gava, Stefano Grando and Andrea Marescotti
    Citation: Agricultural and Food Economics 2015 3:21