What is APSTRACT?

Applied Studies publishes high quality contributions on topics related to Agribusiness and Commerce and provides managers, researchers and teachers with a forum, where they can publish and acquire research results, case studies and reviews, which are important to the global food chain. Submitted manuscripts should have a relationship to the economics of agriculture, natural resources, environment, or rural development.

Papers should have a practical orientation and demonstrate innovation in analysis, methods, or application. Topic areas include production economics and farm management, agricultural policy, agricultural environmental issues, regional planning and rural development, methodology, marketing of agricultural and food products, international trade and development.

Research on a significant economic component, analyses of problems connected to research, extension, and teaching of the International MBA Network in Agribusiness and Commerce are also encouraged.

Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce (APSTRACT): An internationally recognised journal of business and commerce ISSN : 1789-221X, electronic version: ISSN 1789-7874 have been listed on the IDEAS/RePEc Simple Impact Factors for Series and Journals list as an impact factor journal from 2015. Our annual CitEc/REPEC impact factor is: 0.02

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  • Climate change special edition issue CALL FOR PAPERS


    Call for paper on “Climate change special edition” APSTRACT issue

    Deadline for paper submission:
    20th October 2015Képtalálat a következőre: „global climate change”

    Climate change and agriculture are interrelated processes, both of which take place on a global scale. Climate change affects agriculture in a number of ways, including through changes in average temperatures, rainfall, and climate extremes. Future climate change will likely negatively affect crop production in low latitude countries, while effects in northern latitudes may be positive or negative. Agriculture, forestry and land-use change contributed around 20 to 25% to global annual emissions in 2010. This issue of Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce (APSTRACT) will include the results of few Hungarian and Central European agroeconomic aspects of climate change.

    Prospective authors are welcome to discuss their ideas with the Editors of the thematic issue:
    Editor-in-chief – Prof Dr. Andras Nábrádi University of Debrecen
    Co-Editor – Csaba Fogarassy PhD Szent Istvan University Climate Change Economis Centre
    E-mail: nabradi.andras@econ.unideb.hu, fogarassy.csaba@gtk.szie.hu

    Guidelines for authors can be downloaded from the journal’s website

    Please send the manuscripts to Krisztián Kovács (kovacs.krisztian@econ.unideb.hu)

    Call for paper on “Climate change special edition” APSTRACT issue Deadline for paper submission: 20th October 2015 Climate change and agriculture are interrelated processes, both of which take place on a global scale. Climate change affects agriculture in a number of ways, including through changes in average temperatures, rainfall, and climate extremes. Future climate change will likely negatively ...
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