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167th EAAE Seminar "European agriculture and transition to bio-economy" 24-25 September 2018, Puławy
On September 24-25, in Puławy, a seminar organized by the employees of the Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis and Department of Systems and Economics Crop Production took place. The seminar was organized in cooperation with European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE). The meeting was attended by 70 people from the Polish and numerous scientific institutions from Europe.The main topic of the seminar was "European agriculture and transition to bio-economy". Two introductory lectures and 25 papers were delivered in 7 thematic sessions:
1.     Bioeconomy overview and sectoral analysis
2.     Methods and tools
3.     Environmental issues / Consumer preferences
4.     Spatial analysis and modeling techniques
5.     Sustainable agriculture
6.     Biogas/biomass supply modeling
7.     Life Cycle Assessment/Technical Efficiency
On the first day of the seminar there was also a poster session on which 21 posters were presented.







 

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Żyłowska Straw potential for non-agricultural purposes in Lublin Province

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Loizou Assessing the Potentials of Bioeconomy’s Se ...

Loizou Assessing the Potentials of Bioeconomy’s Sectors in the Polish Economy

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Konstantinis Bioeconomy and Agricultural Policy A ...

Konstantinis Bioeconomy and Agricultural Policy A bibliographic network analysis approach

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Fradj Miscanthus in the European bio-economy a net ...

Fradj Miscanthus in the European bio-economy a network analysis

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Troullaki Sustainability of Local Manufacture and ...

Troullaki Sustainability of Local Manufacture and Maintenance of Small Wind Turbines in remote areas

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Voicilas Challenges and opportunities in organic a ...

Voicilas Challenges and opportunities in organic agriculture and policy implications for Romania

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Yokessa Consumers preferences and environmental ta ...

Yokessa Consumers preferences and environmental tax

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Shu Simulation of sorghum introduction and its imp ...

Shu Simulation of sorghum introduction and its impacts on local land use

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Bareith Spatial pattern of demand for agroforestry ...

Bareith Spatial pattern of demand for agroforestry supports in Hungary

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Rozakis Stochastic budgeting of SRC willow plantat ...

Rozakis Stochastic budgeting of SRC willow plantation on abandoned lands

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Pudełko Economical potential of unutilised agricul ...

Pudełko Economical potential of unutilised agricultural area in Poland

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Berbeć Sustainability Assessment of Farms of easte ...

Berbeć Sustainability Assessment of Farms of eastern Poland with RISE Model

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Kuhner Business opportunities in subcontracting of ...

Kuhner Business opportunities in subcontracting of landscape management activities

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Zalizko Synergistic effects of agricultural intens ...

Zalizko Synergistic effects of agricultural intensification of bio-economic security

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Wrzaszcz Changes in farms` environmental sustainab ...

Wrzaszcz Changes in farms` environmental sustainability in Poland – progress or regress

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Matyka Biogas as an element of the bioeconomy in E ...

Matyka Biogas as an element of the bioeconomy in European Union

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Mantziaris A sequential mathematical modelling app ...

Mantziaris A sequential mathematical modelling approach for estimating supply curves

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Bartoli Modelling the biogas sector at the regiona ...

Bartoli Modelling the biogas sector at the regional scale in Poland

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Borzęcka LCA perspective for olive trees productio ...

Borzęcka LCA perspective for olive trees production integrated with natural grassland

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Żyłowski Assessment of eco-efficiency of winter wh ...

Żyłowski Assessment of eco-efficiency of winter wheat cultivation

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Król Environmental Life Cycle Assessment of maize ...

Król Environmental Life Cycle Assessment of maize cultivation in Poland

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Zawalińska_EAAE activities for scientific communit ...

Zawalińska_EAAE activities for scientific community and agricultural stakeholders

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Viaggi_The economics of bio-economy

Viaggi_The economics of bio-economy

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Tsimitri Bioeconomy and the production of novel fo ...

Tsimitri Bioeconomy and the production of novel food products

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Maciejczak Quality as value added of bioeconomy- a ...

Maciejczak Quality as value added of bioeconomy- analysis of the EU policies

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