ISSN 2147-8988

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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS (IJFAEC)


ABOUT IJFAEC JOURNAL

International Journal of Food and Agricultural Economics (IJFAEC, ISSN 2147-8988) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed, open access and scholarly international journal which aims to publish original research articles,  empirical reports and theoretical reviews of research in the field of food and agricultural economics. We aim to be the definitive source for current information on food and agricultural economics.


CALL FOR PAPERS

If you have a scientific paper,  please send your paper to us via email as MS word format.

Email: editor@foodandagriculturejournal.com

All submitted articles to IJFAEC will be reviewed by two experts within 5 weeks  sinc e submission time.


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EconLit, EBSCO, AGRIS/FAO, AgEcon, Asos Index, Cabell's Directories, CAB Abstracts (CABI), DOAJ, EconBiz, Econpapers, IDEAS, Index Copernicus, J-Gate, Jour Informatics, JourInfo, Journal Seeker, JournalTOCs, NewJour, OCLC WorldCat, ProQuest, RePEc, Socionet, WZB, ERIH PLUS


CURRENT ISSUE VOL. 8 NO. 3 JULY 2020  

Characteristics of Consumers Who Are Willing to Buy Certified Organic Produce: An Econometric Analysis  (Full Text)

Ramu Govindasamy, Qun Gao, Joseph Heckman, Isaac Vellangany and Richard VanVranken


Effect of “Golden Pineapple Innovation” on Costa Rica's Pineapple Exports to U.S. Market: An Econometric Approach  (Full Text)

Javier Paniagua-Molina and Luis Ricardo Solís-Rivera


Analysis of Adoption of Improved Cassava (Manihot Esculenta) Varieties in Ghana: Implications for Agricultural Technology Disseminations  (Full Text)

Patricia Pinamang Acheampong and Lawrencia Donkor Acheampong


Agricultural Credit and Agricultural Productivity in Bangladesh: An Econometric Approach (Full Text)

Mohammad Mohidul Islam


Factors Affecting Consumption of RTE (Ready-To-Eat) International Food in The United States  (Full Text)

Sanjib Bhuyan and Ramu Govindasamy


Promoting Improved Agricultural Technologies to Increase Smallholder Farm Production Efficiency: Ghanaian Study of Cassava Farmers (Full Text)

Emmanuel Wisgtos Inkoom, Samuel Kwesi Ndzebah Dadzie and Joseph Ndebugri


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