The Agricultural Economics Society's 91st annual conference will be held at the Royal Dublin Society in Dublin, Ireland, from Monday 24th to Wednesday 26th of April, 2017.
For details on the venue please click here for the RDS
and here for the Ballsbridge Hotel
where rooms are being held for delegates.
For booking information and costs please click here
. Please note late fees now apply.
The DRAFT Summary Programme is available here
The DRAFT Full Programme is available here
The Programme for the Teagasc Satellite Workshop on Wednesday 26th April can be viewed here
To register for the Teagasc Satellite Workshop on Wednesday 26th, please click here
To submit your final paper, please log in to your AES account - you upload your paper within your profile.
The Keynote Session will discuss agricultural policy in Europe. The Society is pleased to announce that Phil Hogan (European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development), Mairead McGuinness (Vice President European Parliament), Professor Alan Matthews (Emeritus Professor of European Agricultural Policy at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland), Professor Alan Swinbank (Emeritus Professor of Agricultural Economics at the University or Reading, UK) will deliver the keynote session.
Presidential Address will be given by Professor Peter Midmore, Professor of Economics at Aberystwyth Business School.
Two Plenary Workshops
will be devoted to the Brexit debate, while other workshops will address vine economics, agri-environmental schemes and rural development. A mini master class will be held on choice modelling methodologies. If you are an organiser please read these guidelines
The best PhD presenter in the PhD category will be awarded with a prize of £100.
The best poster paper presented by an early career researcher will be awarded with a prize of £200.
Parallel and Poster Sessions
Each year a diverse set of papers, centred on the discipline of Agricultural Economics, is selected for the conference programme. Sessions cover topics such as agricultural trade and policy, environmental economics and policy, supply chain analysis, food demand and policy, behavioural economics, structural adjustment of agriculture, climate change impacts and mitigation, livestock production and disease, agricultural development, technology adoption, the economics of bioenergy, modelling and analysis techniques. The call for submissions closed on 19th December 2016.
: Contributed Papers will present theoretical developments in the field of agricultural economics or sound applications of theory for the benefit of decision making in the public or private sector. Contributed Papers will be allocated in thematic session, each Paper with a 25 min slot (20 min talk and 5 min discussion). Please click here
The template for final paper submission can be found here.
Discussion Papers: The intention of these sessions is to provide a platform for authors to present work that considers new ideas and approaches, addresses issues relating to the more formative stages of a research project or more generally provides the basis for wider discussion. Each Discussion Paper will be allocated with a 30 min slot (20 min talk and 10 min discussion).
: Posters are welcome to present research results or research of earlier stage. Please click here
for guidelines. For the poster size guide, please click here
: PhD presentations will be embedded in the main Conference programme and specific feedback will be provided for the presenters. Please click here
for to view the flyer.
Useful informationJoining Instructions for Delegates 2017 can be found here
Directions & useful information can be found here Tourist information on Dublin can be found here