Resources and Discussion Board
The Mentorship Committee is pleased to formally present the Mentorship Portal, launched at the 2016 AAEA Annual Meeting in Boston during the Early Career Professional Networking Reception. The Mentorship Portal offers current AAEA Members access to Podcasts, Presentations, Articles, and Handouts, covering a wide range of relevant topics. Check out the Mentorship Resources page within the portal to see items developed throughout the years. The Mentorship Discussion Board is an open forum for all AAEA members to ask questions about challenges they are encountering. This is a great resource for Graduate Students and Early Career Professionals to seek insight from other AAEA members. Please view the Usage Policy here.
If you have, or know of, any resources that would fit well on the Mentorship Resources page, please send them to Allison Scheetz (email@example.com).
20th Anniversary of AgEcon Search
AgEcon Search, is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2016. With over 100,000 documents in 12 languages from 250+ groups in 32 countries, it has grown from its humble beginnings as a solution for the departmental working papers from Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin. Thanks to all who contribute content and other means of support, and a special thank you to AAEA which has been a partner in the project since the first year.
Call for Applications:
AAEA/AARES Heading South Award
The Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES) and the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association (AAEA) through the AAEA Trust will jointly offer this travel award to attend the 2017 AARES Conference in Brisbane, Queensland. It is available to members of AARES or AAEA normally resident in North America. Applicants for the award can be a member of either AARES or AAEA but must be a member of AARES to participate in the conference.
Call for Proposals:
2017 AAEA Organized Symposium at the AARES Annual Conference
The AAEA is accepting submissions for the AAEA Organized Symposium at the Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES) in Brisbane, Queensland from February 7-10, 2017.
Call for Nominations
2017 Fellows Award Nominations
The AAEA Fellows Selection Committee is inviting nominations for the 2017 AAEA Fellows Awards. The deadline for submission of nominations and supporting biographical documentation is Wednesday, October 5, 2016. Selection is based mainly on a continuous contribution to the advancement of agricultural or applied economics as defined by the Vision Statement of the AAEA. Achievements may be in research, teaching, extension, administration, or business. The nominee must be a living current member of AAEA and have been a member for at least five years.
2017 EAAE in Parma, Italy: Call for Contributions
Agri-food systems in Europe and elsewhere often face conflicting incentives and signals arising from markets and society, and need to make trade-offs. Sustainability advocacy groups are putting societal concerns like animal welfare, food safety, cultural heritage, food sovereignty, and carbon footprint on the agenda of policy makers and stakeholders in the food value chain. However, there are many challenges to overcome, especially when more sustainable food systems face conflicting goals, and households’ purchasing decisions are mainly price driven.
View the AAEA Tentative Schedule