Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy (formerly the Review of Agricultural Economics) publishes articles that achieve two objectives:
- Synthesize, integrate, and analyze areas of current applied economic research within the mission of the AAEA in order to inform the decision-making and policy-making community
- Stimulate linkages between sub-fields of agricultural and applied economics in a way that illuminates and focuses future research and increases knowledge among researchers about the impact of public policy.
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Volume 35 Issue 4
When Is Reliance on Voluntary Approaches in Agriculture Likely to Be Effective?
Appl Econ Perspect Pol 2013 35: 565-592
From Hopeless to Curious? Thoughts on Hausman's “Dubious to Hopeless” Critique of Contingent Valuation
Appl Econ Perspect Pol 2013 35: 593-612
Economic and Social Implications of Regulating Alcohol Availability in Grocery Stores
Appl Econ Perspect Pol 2013 35: 613-633
Vulnerability of Primary Care Organizations to the National Health Service Reform in England
Appl Econ Perspect Pol 2013 35: 634-660
A Hedonic Valuation of Residential Water Services
Appl Econ Perspect Pol 2013 35: 661-678
Do High Food Prices Increase Food Insecurity in the United States?
Appl Econ Perspect Pol 2013 35: 679-707