ARTICLES IN PRESS

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This is the authors' version of the manuscript as accepted for publication in the journal. This version may differ from the final printed article because of changes introduced during the publishing process. The articles can be cited using DOIs, when available. These DOIs are not active yet, they will be activated as soon as the article is published online. 

Tulone, A., Galati, A., Lupo, S., Tinervia, S., & Crescimanno, M. (2019). WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS OF SEA WARMING ON THE FISHING INDUSTRY? Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View   

 

Ievoli, C., Belliggiano, A., Marandola, D., Pistacchio, G., & Romagnoli, L. (2019). Network Contracts in the Italian agri-food industry: ‎determinants and spatial patterns. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View  

 

Mastronardi, L., Giaccio, V., Romagnoli, L. (2019). Community-Based Cooperatives as innovative partnership to contrast inner areas decline. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View   

 

Casadei, F. (2019). Per una storia degli studi di marketing in Italia: note e appunti tra editoria e università. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View  

 

Ciliberti, S., Martino, G., Frascarelli, A., & Chiodini, G. (2019). Contractual arrangements in the Italian durum wheat supply chain: the impacts of the “Fondo grano duro.” Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View 

 

Banterle, A., & Vandone, D. (2019). Price volatility and risk management: the case of rice in the EU. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View

 

 

 

ACCEPTED MANUSCRIPTS

This is the authors' version of the manuscript as accepted for publication in the journal. This version may differ from the final printed article because of changes introduced during the publishing process. The articles can be cited using DOIs, when available. These DOIs are not active yet, they will be activated as soon as the final version of the article is published online.

 

Borsotto, P., Gaito, M., Papaleo, A., De Vivo, C., Ascani, M., Ricciardi, G., & Guccione, G. D. (2019). An exploratory study on the construction of networks in social farming. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View   

 

Cisilino, F., & Vanni, F. (2019). Agri-environmental collaborative projects: challenges and perspectives in Italy. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View   

 

Compagnucci, L., Cavicchi, A., & Spigarelli, F. (2019). The network contract in the agrifood industry: an exploratory study on collaborative drivers in central Italy. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View   

 

Giuca, S., & De Leo, S. (2019). A social network linking rural and peri-urban agricultural production to the city of Rome: a case study. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View   

 

Hanf, J. H., Atoyan, S., Bitsch, L., & Gagalyuk, T. (2019). Supply chain networks in the Armenian agribusiness: setting a benchmark. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View   

 

Martino, G., Toccaceli, D., Pacciani, A., & Ascani, M. (2019). The Interbranch organizations in the CAP reform: institutional nature, opportunities and limits. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View   

 

Mazzocchi, G., & Marino, D. (2019). Does Food Public Procurement boost Food Democracy? Theories and evidences from some case studies. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View   

 

Salvia, R., & Quaranta, G. (2019). Multi-Actor Platform as a tool to enhance networking of sustainable socioecological food systems. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View   

 

Viganò, E., Viganò, L., & Sturla, A. (2019). The Organic Districts in Italy. An Interpretative Hypothesis in the Light of the Common Pool Resources Theory. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View   

 

Branchini, D. (2019). The National Contact Points for the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises: a global “network” for a responsible agri-food supply chain. Economia Agro-Alimentare / Food Economy, 21(2).   Early View