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Methodological and empirical progress and challenges in integrated assessment of agricultural systems and policies

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  • van Ittersum, Martin K.
  • Heckelei, Thomas
  • Oude Lansink, Alfons G.J.M.
  • Wolf, Joost
  • Kanellopoulos, Argyris
  • Britz, Wolfgang

Abstract

In this contribution we first present a methodology for integrated assessment of agricultural systems (SEAMLESS Integrated Framework), illustrate its application in an integrated assessment of high commodity prices and then discuss its flexibility and limitations. From there we take a broader view and reflect on key scientific and empirical questions with respect to the development of research tools for the integrated assessment of agricultural systems.

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  • van Ittersum, Martin K. & Heckelei, Thomas & Oude Lansink, Alfons G.J.M. & Wolf, Joost & Kanellopoulos, Argyris & Britz, Wolfgang, 2011. "Methodological and empirical progress and challenges in integrated assessment of agricultural systems and policies," 122nd Seminar, February 17-18, 2011, Ancona, Italy 119329, European Association of Agricultural Economists.
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    1. Louhichi, Kamel & Kanellopoulos, Argyris & Janssen, Sander & Flichman, Guillermo & Blanco, Maria & Hengsdijk, Huib & Heckelei, Thomas & Berentsen, Paul & Lansink, Alfons Oude & Ittersum, Martin Van, 2010. "FSSIM, a bio-economic farm model for simulating the response of EU farming systems to agricultural and environmental policies," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, vol. 103(8), pages 585-597, October.
    2. Belhouchette, Hatem & Louhichi, Kamel & Therond, Olivier & Mouratiadou, Ioanna & Wery, Jacques & Ittersum, Martin van & Flichman, Guillermo, 2011. "Assessing the impact of the Nitrate Directive on farming systems using a bio-economic modelling chain," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, vol. 104(2), pages 135-145, February.
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    agricultural systems; integrated assessment; modelling; Agricultural and Food Policy; Farm Management;

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