China Agricultural Economic Review

China Agricultural Economic Review


ISSN: 1756-137X

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2016 Impact Factor: 0.577*
5-year Impact Factor (2016): 0.694*

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CiteScore 2016: 0.62
CiteScoreTracker 2017: 0.55 (Updated Monthly)

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Aims and scope

China Agricultural Economic Review, published in association with China Agricultural University and the Chinese Association for Agricultural Economics, publishes quality research in the economics of agriculture, rural development, natural resources and the environment. Integrating both qualitative and quantitative research, the journal provides an in-depth analysis of Chinese agricultural reform and practice.

Submit your paperChina Agricultural Economic Review publishes academic writings by scholars from China and globally and particularly encourages both empirical work that can be replicated and extended by others and research articles that employ econometric estimation and statistical hypothesis testing, optimization and simulation models.

It is the wish of the Editorial Board that discussions and debates published in the journal will have strong impact on China’s agricultural and rural policy-making processes, the development of the agricultural economics discipline and on developing countries hoping to learn from China’s agricultural and rural development.

Complimentary access to the special issue " Attitudes towards and Impact of GM Technology: Policy and Implications for China"

China Agricultural Economic Review is pleased to announce the publication of a significant special issue on genetically modified (GM) technology, its policy and implications for China. The selected manuscripts were carefully reviewed by a group of experts from China, Canada and other countries. It is led by distinguished field expert, Dr. Jikun Huang, the Founder and Director of the Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy (CCAP) and a Professor of Agricultural Economics in the School of Advanced Agriculture, Peking University in China.

This special issue provides new evidence on the attitudes toward GM technology by different stakeholders (e.g., consumers, agribusiness firms, and scientists) and the values of GM technology with implications for China. The special issue scientifically oversees the GM technology development, industrialization and impact on agricultural sector. The role of policy and regulations in managing the development and use of agricultural biotechnologies has also been examined. 

The papers and guest editorial can be accessed for free until 11 October 2017 by visiting: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/toc/caer/9/3 

The 9th CAER-IFPRI Annual Conference: October 18-20, 2017, Beijing, China

CAER is delighted to announce its 9th annual conference in 2017 in collaboration with International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). The theme of 2017 conference is on exploring the assessment, challenge and options of agricultural competitiveness in China. Internationally and nationally renowned scholars are invited to present and discuss their insights at the conference.  Guest Ediors, Prof Justin Yifu Lin and Prof Yong Wang will select high-quality submitted papers to be published in a special issue of the China Agricultural Economic Review (CAER) journal. Further information is available here.

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