International Association of Agricultural Economics

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Best Article in Agricultural Economics

2017 Best Paper

Is Late Really Better Than Never? The Farmer Welfare Effects of Pineapple Adoption in Ghana

Aurelie P. Harou, Thomas F. Walker and Christopher B. Barrett
Agricultural Economics
Volume 48, Issue 2, March 2017, pages: 153-164

2016 Best Paper

Consumer sorting and hedonic valuation of wine attribute: Exploiting data from a field experiment

Christopher Gustafson, Travis Lybbert and Dan Sumner
Agricultural Economics
Volume 47, Issue 1, January 2016, pages: 91-103

2015 Best Paper

Is there a slowdown in agricultural productivity growth in South America?

Federico Trindade and Lilyan Fulginiti
Agricultural Economics
Volume 46, Issue S1, November 2015, pages: 69-81

2014 Best Paper

Did The Commodity Price Spike Increase Rural Poverty? Evidence from a Long-Run Panel in Bangladesh

Joseph V. Balagtas, Humnath Bhandari, Ellanie R. Cabrera, Samarendu Mohanty and Mahabub Hossain
Agricultural Economics
Volume 45, Issue 3, May 2014, pages: 303-312

2013 Best Paper

Capturing Zero-Trade Values in Gravity Equations of Trade: An Analysis of Protectionism in Agro-Food Sectors

George Philippidis, Helena Resano-Ezcaray and Ana I. Sunjuán-López
Agricultural Economics
Volume 44, Issue 2, March 2013, pages: 141-159

2012 Best Paper

A Constrained Optimization Model Based On Generalized Maximum Entropy to Assess the Impact of Reforming Agricultural Policy on the Sustainability of Irrigated Areas

Raffaele Cortignani and Simone Severini
Agricultural Economics
Volume 43, Issue 6, November 2012, pages: 621-633

2011 Best Paper

Non-traditional Crops, Traditional Constraints: Long-Term Welfare Impacts of Export Crop Adoption among Guatemalan Smallholders

Calogero Carletto, Talip Kilic, and Angeli Kirk
Agricultural Economics
Volume 42, Issue Supplement s1, November 2011, pages: 61-67

2010 Best Paper

The impact of migration on rural poverty and inequality: a case study in China

Nong Zhu and Xubei Luo
Agricultural Economics
Volume 41, Issue 2, March 2010, pages: 191–204

2009 Best Paper

Do input subsidy programs “crowd in” or “crowd out” commercial market development? Modeling fertilizer demand in a two-channel marketing system

Zhiying Xu, William J. Burke, Thomas S. Jayne and Jones Govereh
Agricultural Economics
Volume 40, Issue 1, January 2009, pages: 79–94

2008 Best Paper

Isolation and agricultural productivity

David Stifel and Bart Minten
Agricultural Economics
Volume 39, Issue 1, July 2008, pages: 1–15