The AGRICORE project participated in the 179th EAAE Seminar that took place in Chania, Crete.
This years theme of the seminar was “Food Policy Modelling as an Effective and Expeditious Response to Today’s Urgent Issues” with the target to bring together scholars and researchers that exchanged ideas, practices and research initiatives that cover all relevant current modelling developments in the field of policy making relevnt to agriculture and the agri-food industry.
The AGRICORE project took actively part, presenting some interesting insights of the research efforts done by our partners AUTH and AKD.
AUTH had the opportunity to present their work through their presentations about:
-> Assessing the role of Measure 6.1 start-up aid for young farmers in export orientation: Evidence from Greek agricultural sector ( – Natos Dimitrios – Tsakiridou Efthimia – Gkatsikos Alexandros -Mattas Konstadinos)
-> Is CAP’s Young Farmers Scheme an effective policy tool for regional growth? ( – Natos Dimitrios – Staboulis Christos – Mattas Konstadinos – Psaltopoulos Demetrios – Polymeros Apostolos)
-> Young farmers scheme in Greece: Geographic inequality and policy implications ( – Mattas Konstadinos – Tsakiridou Efthimia – Tsagris Michail – Markopoulos Theodoros)
AKD had the opportunity to present the work related to:
-> A Synthesis on Agent-Based Impact Assessment Models from the Perspective of the EU Rural Development Policy (RDP) Measures (Koç Ahmet Ali – – Veneziani Mario – Báez-González Pablo – Leyva-Guerrero Carlos – Uysal Peyman – Filippini Rosalia)
Additionally, during the poster sessions of the seminar, AXIA Innovation in collaboration with EXELISIS presented the official AGRICORE poster “Agent-based support tool for the development of agriculture policies“.
The seminar constituted a nice occasion for the dissemination of our research activities after the COVID-19 pandemic and we are looking forward to more meetings and events in the future!