WS5: Combined micro-economic and ecological assessment tools for sustainable rural development

Paper presentations

C. Leeuwis. Changing views of innovation and the role of science. The ‘socio-technical root-system’ as a tool for identifying relevant cross-disciplinary research questions, pp. 773-782.

C. Sattler and P. Zander. Environmental and economic assessment of agricultural production practices at a regional level based on uncertain knowledge, pp. 783-796.

E.M. Peris Moll, J.F.J. Igual and F. Gaudio. The impact of European Agri-environmental Policy on Organic Citrus Growing: A case study of Calabria (Italy), and the Comunidad Valenciana (Spain), pp. 797-804.

H. Risku-Norja, I. Mäenpää, K. Koikkalainen, P. Rikkonen and P. Vanhala. Towards more ecoefficient food production: MFA approach, pp. 805-815.

J. Palma, A. Graves, A. Bregt, R. Bunce, P. Burgess, M. Garcia, F. Herzog, G. Mohren, G. Moreno and Y. Reisner. Integrating Soil Erosion and Profitability in the Assessment of Silvoarable Agroforestry at the Landscape Scale, pp. 817-827.

M. Mar Pérez Fra, Rosa M. Verdugo Mates and E. López Iglesias. The LEADER and PRODER Programmes: A Real Contribution to Rural Development? The Galician Case, pp. 839-841.

I. Schmitzberger, T. Wrbka, J. Peterseil, B. Steurer, G. Aschenbrenner and H. Zechmeister. “The quality of rural life – Investigating the relationship between farming styles and biodiversity in Austrian agricultural landscapes”, pp. 843-855.

V.E. Cabrera. “Economic and Ecologic Assessment of Groundwater Nitrogen Pollution from North Florida Dairy Farm Systems: an Interdisciplinary Approach”, pp. 857-869.