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Synopsis of the Central and Eastern European Sustainable Agriculture Project (CEESA)

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  • Gatzweiler, Franz W.
  • Hagedorn, Konrad
  • Zellei, Anett
  • Lowe, Philip
  • Sumelius, John
  • Backman, Stefan
  • Tanic, Stjepan

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  • Gatzweiler, Franz W. & Hagedorn, Konrad & Zellei, Anett & Lowe, Philip & Sumelius, John & Backman, Stefan & Tanic, Stjepan, 2003. "Synopsis of the Central and Eastern European Sustainable Agriculture Project (CEESA)," CEESA\FAO Series 18901, CEESA: Central and Eastern European Sustainable Agriculture International Research Project.
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    2. Toma, Luiza, 2003. "Policy Recommendations for Pursuing a Sustainable Agriculture in a Small Rural Community in Romania," Discussion Papers 18896, CEESA: Central and Eastern European Sustainable Agriculture International Research Project.
    3. Schleyer, Christian, 2002. "Economic and Ecological Transformation Processes in East German Water Management Regimes: The Role of Property Rights and Governance Structures," Discussion Papers 18890, CEESA: Central and Eastern European Sustainable Agriculture International Research Project.
    4. Sikor, Thomas, 2002. "The Commons in Transition," Discussion Papers 18880, CEESA: Central and Eastern European Sustainable Agriculture International Research Project.
    5. Gatzweiler, Franz W. & Hagedorn, Konrad & Zellei, Anett & Lowe, Philip & Sumelius, John & Backman, Stefan & Tanic, Stjepan, 2003. "Synopsis of the Central and Eastern European Sustainable Agriculture Project (CEESA)," CEESA\FAO Series 18901, CEESA: Central and Eastern European Sustainable Agriculture International Research Project.
    6. Karaczun, Zbigniew & Lowe, Philip & Zellei, Anett & Macak, Milan & Zemeckis, Romualdas, 2003. "The Challenge of the Nitrate Directive to Acceding Countries: A Comparative Analysis of Poland, Lithuania and Slovakia," CEESA\FAO Series 18902, CEESA: Central and Eastern European Sustainable Agriculture International Research Project.
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