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China Agricultural University
and Chinese Association for Agricultural Economics
China Agricultural Economic Review (CAER) provides a unique and insightful approach to documenting and disseminating research into the economics of agriculture, rural development, natural resources and the environment. Integrating both qualitative and quantitative research, CAER provides an in-depth analysis of Chinese agricultural reform and practice.
CAER publishes high quality academic writings by scholars from China and globally and particularly encourages the following:
Topical coverage includes but is not limited to:
China Agricultural Economic Review aims primarily to address contemporary issues concerning agricultural economics and rural development in China. It is the wish of the Editorial Board that discussions and debates published in the journal will have strong impact on China’s agricultural and rural policy-making processes and also on the development of the agricultural economics discipline. It is also envisaged that the journal will be a most valuable arena for other developing countries to learn from lessons and experiences of China’s agricultural and rural development.
The varied content composition of CAER offers readers a holistic view of issues concerning agricultural economics and rural development in China. Contents published in the journal will also be of great education value to both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in China and worldwide.
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