Research on World Agricultural Economy



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Aims and Scope

Research on World Agricultural Economy is an international, open access peer-reviewed journal focusing on research in agricultural economics, disseminating international agricultural development theories, and promoting advanced international agricultural achievements. The journal aims to explore new era international agricultural development approaches, promote the exchange and development of agricultural research, spread cutting-edge concepts, technologies, and achievements in related disciplines, and promote the development of agricultural economy.

The scope of the journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Agricultural economics
  • Agricultural marketing
  • Agribusiness management
  • Agricultural productivity and innovation
  • Agricultural products trade and circulation
  • Food security
  • Agricultural resources and environment
  • Advanced technology research and promotion
  • International agricultural policy and development 

Journal Abbreviation: Res. World Agric. Econ.




International Open Access Week 2022: Open for Climate Justice


This year’s theme seeks to encourage connection and collaboration among the climate movement and the international open community. Sharing knowledge is a human right, and tackling the climate crisis requires the rapid exchange of knowledge across geographic, economic, and disciplinary boundaries.

Manuscripts related to Agricultural trade, Agricultural development policies and Agricultural economy under the climate movement are welcome to be submitted to Research on World Agricultural Economy.

Posted: 2022-10-25
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Vol 3, No 4 (2022): In progress

Table of Contents

Research Article

Olena Shubravska, Kateryna Prokopenko

Article ID: 693 DOI:
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Abstract: For a long time, Ukraine played an essential role as a producer of agricultural products in ensuring global and internal food security. The hostilities on the territory of Ukraine have caused significant risks to the activity of its agricultural sector and affected its current export potential. T...
Denbela Hidosa, Asmera Adicha, Muhaba Sultan

Article ID: 694 DOI:
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Abstract: Lack of information on the production and commercialization status of improved Panicum grass is one of the major livestock production impediments in South Omo. The improved Panicum grass is a perennial grass species used throughout the tropics for livestock feeding. Therefore, the present study w...