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| Press Release 16/2015

Urbanisation and migration from rural areas challenging agriculture in Eastern Europe

Agricultural Policy Symposium at the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture on 14 January 2016

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| Press Release 15/2015

Wearing eyeglasses improves the educational performance of near-sighted children in rural China

IAMO Policy Brief 23 expounds on strategies to improve vision care

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| Press Release 12/2015

Mass exodus from Kosovo: How a struggling state loses its citizens

IAMO Policy Brief 24 analyzes key migration drivers and provides recommendations for policy makers

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| Press Release 11/2015

COMPETE demands a branch compliant and coordinated promotion of the international competitiveness of European food supply chains

After three years of research, the results from the COMPETE project were presented on 22 September 2015 in the General Agency of the Land of Saxony-Anhalt in Brussels, Belgium. The policy recommendations for the improvement of the competitiveness of European food supply chains in the global and...

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| Press Release 10/2015

Expected and unexpected effects of the Russian food import ban

According to speakers at a IAMO symposium, the Russian import ban and the rouble devaluation led to plummeting food imports and rising domestic prices in Russia in 2015.

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| Press Release 09/2015

Large agribusiness management strategies

Conference "Large Farm Management 2015" from 16th to 18th September 2015 in Kiev

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| Press Release 08/2015

The Challenges of Climate-Aware Agricultural Production

The scientists participating in the 2015 IAMO Forum presented the newest insights into climate change adaptation. The scientists also discussed strategies to avoid greenhouse gas emissions.

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| Press Release 07/2015

Analysis of long-term agricultural land-cover change reveals limited potential for cropland expansion in the former Virgin Lands Area of Kazakhstan

Global agricultural production will need to supply substantially more feed, food, and bioenergy in the coming decades, but most fertile lands are already under cultivation and yields are stagnating. At the same time, cropland abandonment has become a common phenomenon due to post-socialist economic...

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| Press Release 06/2015

Connections between Climate Change and Agricultural Production

The IAMO Forum 2015 presents current research findings on the prevention of greenhouse gas emissions and adaptation strategies for climate change in transition countries

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| Press Release 05/2015

IAMO launches new website

New website of the Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) went live

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