The European Review of Agricultural Economics is the official scientific journal of the EAAE, although the EAAE does not own the journal.
All information concerning the journal (aims and scope, editors and editorial board, ISI rankings, submissions of manuscripts, instructions to authors, tables of contents, advance access, subscriptions) can be found at the publisher’s website of
Subscriptions and back copies can be ordered from Oxford University Press. The Publisher offers a special reduced rate to EAAE members, Subscription fees (on-line only) are €45 for 2017-2018-2019. A subscription has to be ordered at the moment you renew your EAAE membership and will be invoiced by the EAAE, who passes on the money to OUP.
After registration you will receive an email (within 1 week) from Oxford University Press with your login details. If you have a question in the meantime, please contact the EAAE secretariat
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Submitting a Special Issue Proposal
Please find instructions here
Historically the EAAE awarded an annual prize for the best paper in the ERAE by a young scientist. Between 1995 and 2008 authors of the paper had to be 35 years of age or younger (at the time of submitting). Since 2008 the age limit has been removed and the award is simply given to the best paper. As with other EAAE awards, the award is the prize and no monetary prize is given. You can find the past winners along with other award winners here
Background ERAE and relationship with the EAAE
The European Review of Agricultural Economics (ERAE) was founded in 1973. Since 1992 the ERAE is the official journal of the EAAE. Many members think that the EAAE also owns its official journal, but actually this is not the case. The EAAE just grants the title “official journal”. The owner of journal is the European Agricultural and Applied Economics Publications Foundation (the EAAEP Foundation for short). The current and historical relationship between the EAAE and the ERAE has been documented in a Memorandum of Understanding between the two organisations. One of the EAAE Board members is also a Board member of the Foundation. The ERAE is published on behalf of the EAAEP Foundation by Oxford University Press which is a co-owner of the publications by the ERAE.