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Reviewed Articles

Here you find the published and accepted articles of the IAMO researchers in scientific journals. Details are given on the webpages of the respective journals, please see the links given but note that online access by publishers may be limited.

 

; (2014) Community Supported Agriculture: a promising pathway for small family farms in Eastern Europe? A case study from Romania. Landbauforschung : Applied Agricultural and Forestry Research 64 (3/4): 139-150.
; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; (2014) Standardised and transparent model descriptions for agent-based models: Current status and prospects. Environmental Modelling & Software 55: 156-163.
; ; ; ; ; (2014) Regime shifts limit the predictability of land-system change. Global Environmental Change (28): 75-83.
; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; (2014) Forest and agricultural land change in the Carpathian region - a meta-analysis of long-term patterns and drivers of change. Land Use Policy (38): 685–697.
; ; ; (2014) Exploring the effects of drastic institutional and socio-economic changes on land system dynamics in Germany between 1883 and 2007. Global Environmental Change 28: 98-108.
; ; ; ; (2014) Residual Demand Measures of Market Power of Russian Wheat Exporters. Agricultural Economics 45 (3): 381-391.
; (2014) The role of agri-environmental contracts in saving biodiversity in the post-socialist Czech Republic. International Journal of the Commons 8 (1): 1-25.
; ; (2014) Measurement and decomposition of flexibility of multi-output firms. European Review of Agricultural Economics 41 (5): 745-773.
; ; ; ; (2014) Quantifying yield gaps in wheat production in Russia. Environmental Research Letters 9 (8)
(2014) Adoption of internal web technologies by OECD turkish government officials. International Journal of Managing Public Sector Information and Communication Technologies (IJMPICT) 5 (4): 1-16.
; (2014) Transaction costs, social costs, and open systems: some common threads. Systems Research and Behavioral Science 31 (2): 316-326.
; ; ; ; (2014) Rural development and the entwining of dependencies: Transition as evolving governance in Khorezm, Uzbekistan. Futures 63: 75–85.