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; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; (2022) Research priorities for global food security under extreme events. One Earth 5 (7): 756-766.

; ; (2022) Understanding the market potential of products from alternative food networks in a transition economy - A discrete choice experiment. British Food Journal 124 (13): 183-199.

; ; ; (2022) Comparing the performance of high-resolution global precipitation products across topographic and climatic gradients of Central Asia. International Journal of Climatology 42 (11): 5554-5569.

; ; ; ; ; (2022) The evolving perceptions of corruption in Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic. Governance : An International Journal of Policy and Administration and Institutions 35 (2): 651-659.

; ; ; ; ; (2022) Gender heterogeneity and politics in decision-making about green public procurement in the Czech Republic. Politics and Governance 10 (3): 239-250.

; ; ; ; (2022) Sustainable irrigation and abiotic tolerant crops in South Italy within TRUSTFARM project. Environmental Sciences Proceedings 1 (16)

; ; ; (2022) The influence of dense planting system on the technical efficiency of saffron production and land use sustainability: Empirical evidence from Gonabad County, Iran. Agriculture 12 (1)

; ; ; (2022) Supermarket environment and nutrition outcomes: Evidence from rural China. Journal of Rural Studies 92: 79-92.

; ; ; ; (2022) Post-Soviet changes in cropping practices in the irrigated drylands of the Aral Sea basin. Environmental Research Letters 17 (9)

; (2022) Эконометрический анализ процессов инновационного развития сельского хозяйства Республики Узбекистан = Economic analysis of innovation development processes in agriculture of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Vestnik Rossijskogo Ėkonomičeskogo Universiteta Imeni G. V. Plechanova = Vestnik of the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics 19 (2): 93-104.

; ; ; ; ; (2022) A hybrid ultra-short-term and short-term wind speed forecasting method based on CEEMDAN and GA-BPNN. Weather and Forecasting 37 (4): 415–428.

; ; ; (2022) Non-tariff measures and productivity of Ukrainian food-processing firms. Journal of Agricultural Economics 73 (1): 234-256.

; ; (2022) The influence of Russia's 2010/2011 wheat export ban on spatial market integration and transaction costs of grain markets. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 44 (2): 1083-1099.

; ; ; (2022) Price relationships along the Norwegian salmon value chains: A comparative study of the leading consumption market in France and the largest processing industry in Poland. Aquaculture Economics & Management

; ; (2022) Agricultural policies and technical efficiency of wheat production in Kazakhstan and Russia: Evidence from a stochastic frontier approach. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 54 (3): 407-421.

; ; ; (2022) Business group affiliation and financial performance in the agricultural sector of transition economies: The case of Russian agroholdings. Journal of East European Management Studies 27 (2): 280-310.

; ; (2022) Regionalization of climate teleconnections across Central Asian mountains improves the predictability of seasonal precipitation. Environmental Research Letters 17 (5)

; (2022) Becoming a young farmer in the digital age: An island perspective. Rural Sociology 87 (1): 144-185.

; (2022) How digital communications contribute to shaping the career paths of youth: A review study focused on farming as a career option. Agriculture and Human Values

(2022) System or process? A meta-theoretical reflection on the nature of the firm. Systemic Practice and Action Research 35 (1): 1–14.