II. Farming and rural system methodologies

T. Aenis and U.J. Nagel. Participatory Management of Large Interdisciplinary Research Teams. First experiences from a rural research and development project in Germany.

S.M.P. Pereira Bergamasco and J.T. Aier de Oliveira. Methodology of Farming Systems Classification.

B. Douthwaite, J.D.H. Keatinge and J.R. Park. Stakeholder Learning and Innovation in Early Technology Adoption: An Evolutionary Model.

I.Gidarakou and C. Apostolopoulos. Socioeconomic structure of animal production systems: methods and results of multivariate data analysis.

K. Knickel. Using a systems approach to better understand the functional relationships between  product innovations in agriculture and rural development.

B. Montel. Implementation of a certified environmental management system in pig farms in Brittany. A systemic approach for a prospective analysis.

L. Omodei-Zorini and C. Contini. A multi-criterion analysis for the sustainable use of natural resources in mangrove ecosystems with the Involvement of the local community.

P.L. Osty and S. Lardon. Time-space dimensions of farmer practices: methodological proposals from surveys and modelling of sheep farming.A case study in southern Massif Central, France.

M. Owaygen. The Impact of Ecotourism on Farming Systems and Rural Agricultural Development. A Case Study from Northern Lebanon.

C. F. E. Topp, S. W. Ashworth and A. Waterhouse. The linkages between farming systems and the rural community: a case study of  Loch Lomond, Scottland.

M.F. Z├ębus and J.L Paul. From the qualitative farm system model to a simulation model: an heuristic confrontation.