We are asking that you submit your proposed track section ideas (send to: firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday, November 13th.
Track sessions with presentations must fit one the following formats:
• Four presentations with no discussants or panelists,
• Three presentations with a maximum of one discussant, or
• Two presentations with a maximum of two discussants or panelists.
• In sessions without presentations, a maximum of five participants may be included as panelist
IN ADDITION, if you have a session/paper idea and you want some help finding potential collaborators, feel free to contact section chair Josh Berning (email@example.com) or chair-elect Jane Kolodinsky (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you have never been part of a FAMPS track session, they are a great opportunity to bring together interesting researchers and research topics!
FAMPS exists to facilitate networking and sharing of research ideas among AAEA members with similar interests. FAMPS seeks to foster informed economic debate, research and communication about food and agricultural marketing policies of current and emerging significance, in both national and international contexts.