The Association Agricultural and Applied Economics (AAEA) is a professional association for those interested in the field of agricultural and applied economics. AAEA members working for academic departments, government agencies, NGOs, think tanks, and the private sector, and focus on a combination of teaching, research and cooperative extension programs. Their research covers a wide range of topics, as defined by the mission of the AAEA.
AAEA is responsible for two journals the American Journal of Agricultural Economics (AJAE),, and the Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy (AEPP), , which are both published by Oxford University Press. The association also publishes two publications outreach, political line magazine called Choices, as well as an online publication quickly called policy issues. AAEA also publishes a bimonthly newsletter called The Exchange.
AAEA was founded in 1910 as the American Farm Management Association. In 1919, it merged with the American Association of Agricultural Economists to form the American Farm Economic Association (AFEA). The Journal of Economics Farm was published in 1919 as well.
In 1968 AFEA changed its name to the American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) (AAEA), how his magazine became the American Journal of Agricultural Economics. In 2008, AAEA name changed to the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association to more accurately describe its composition and the development of the enlargement of the association.
The AAEA is the main organization of professional promotion and dissemination of knowledge on agriculture, development, environment, food and consumption of natural resources, regional, rural and related fields of economics applied and businesses.
To improve the skills, knowledge and professional contribution of economists who help society solve agriculture, development, environment, food and consumption of natural resources, and the regional economy, rural and associated applied business problems.Read More»