Predicting minimum tillage adoption among smallholder farmers using micro-level and policy variables
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The Editors wish to recognise the following recently published articles for their strong contributions to the field of agricultural and food economics.
The dark and the bright side of power: implications for the management of business-to-business relationships
Authors: Vera Belaya and Jon Henrich Hanf
Published: 19 August 2016
Agricultural contracts, adverse selection, and multiple inputs
Authors: Rachael Goodhue and Leo Simon
Published: 23 September 2016
Consumer ratings the pricing of experience goods: hedonic regression analysis of beer prices
Authors: Rachel A. Smith, C. Nicholas McKinney, Steven B. Caudill and Franklin G. Mixon Jr.
Published: 9 November 2016
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