Research on World Agricultural Economy

ISSN: 2737-4785(Online)



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Aims and Scope

Research on World Agricultural Economy is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed journal. The journal aims to publish research related to agricultural economics with a focus on studies on agricultural policies, production, trade, and marketing, as well as analysis of global agricultural trends and their implications for economic development. By being open-access and peer-reviewed, the journal strives to ensure that its content is accessible to a wide audience and meets rigorous standards of quality and accuracy, serving agricultural economics and rural development.

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 
The journal's readers include agricultural economists, policy makers, agricultural entrepreneurs, researchers and other professionals. Research on World Agricultural Economy accepts submissions of original research articles, reviews, case reports and short communications. All manuscripts are subject to peer review.

Journal Abbreviation: Res. World Agric. Econ.



Welcoming Prof. Man-Keun Kim to the Editorial Board of Research on World Agricultural Economy


We are pleased to announce that Prof. Man-Keun Kim has been appointed as an Editorial Board Member of Research on World Agricultural Economy(ISSN: 2737-4777).

Man-Keun Kim is a Professor and the Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Applied Economics at Utah State University and also a Senior Fellow in the National Center for Food & Agricultural Policy (NCFAP), Washington DC. He is an applied economist specializing in the field of Regional Economics with sub-specialties in Energy Economics and Agribusiness. For more information visit

Posted: 2023-03-20
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Table of Contents

Research Article

Yogendra Acharya, Namdev Upadhyaya, Sudha Sapkota

Article ID: 787 DOI:
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Abstract: This study focused on the socioeconomic assessment of mandarin postharvest loss in the Gandaki Province of Nepal. Two mandarin growing districts Tanahun and Syangja of Gandaki province were selected for study purposes. A simple random method of sampling was employed to select 45 mandarin farmers ...
Demerew Getaneh

Article ID: 773 DOI:
Views - 74  (Abstract) PDF - 26  (Download)
Abstract: Milk is produced, processed and utilized in different parts of Ethiopia and the majority in rural areas is processed at the household level into milk products using traditional technologies and marketed through informal channels. This study was initiated to assess and describe the traditional kno...
Bing Zhu, Ping Xu, Ke Wang

Article ID: 789 DOI:
Views - 93  (Abstract) PDF - 42  (Download)
Abstract: This study tries to understand the determinants of Chinese consumers’ purchase behavior and reveal the role of gender in shaping consumers’ buying decisions for agricultural products from live-streaming platforms. For this purpose, an online survey was carried out to collect data in Southern Chin...
Ajay Kumar Singh, Shah Nawaz Ashraf, Sandeep Kumar Sharma

Article ID: 788 DOI:
Views - 67  (Abstract) PDF - 22  (Download)
Abstract: This study investigated the implication of various factors, including climatic conditions, social-economic variables, agricultural inputs, technological development, institutional support, and adaptation strategies in the agricultural sector of Gujarat. A confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) was us...
Julius Emeka Omeje, Anthonia Ifeyinwa Achike, Godfrey O Nwabeze, Lenient Mercy O Ibiyo, Samuel Preye Jimmy

Article ID: 785 DOI:
Views - 71  (Abstract) PDF - 14  (Download)
Abstract: Optimization through cost minimization is a key strategy aquaculture feed producers adopt to ensure a continuous supply of fish in the global market. In light of this consideration, the study analyzed the economics of locally produced aquaculture feeds by complementing fishmeal with plant-based s...