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International Association on Work in Agriculture

What's up on work in agriculture?

What's up on work in agriculture?
Newsletter July 2019

The newsletter containing the latest news, congress, call for papers, and publications are available to download!



  • African farmers increase yields and income with their smartphones
  • Economic incentives may curb child labor in cocoa industry, Arkansas researchers think
  • Are agricultural value chains a driver for equality?
  • International Labour Conference Centenary Session as it happened
  • Digital networking boosts financial prospects for women agripreneurs 
  • Promoting Farm Safety through Theatre at Teagasc Moorepark’19
  • Technology Transfer from Research Organisations Drives Socioeconomic Impact and EU Job Creation 
  • FAO Director-General in Mexico: "Migration must be optional and safe"
  • L’agriculture de groupe, une solution pour une production durable ? 
  • Vers une pénurie de main-d’œuvre en agriculture aux États-Unis ?
  • Quels agriculteurs utilisent un smartphone, et pour quoi faire ? Des résultats intéressants d'une enquête allemande
  • La digitalisation de l'agriculture en Afrique n'est qu'à 6% de son potentiel
  • Ségrégation professionnelle entre les femmes et les hommes : quels liens avec le temps partiel ? 


  • International Conference “Large Farm Management”
  • IFAMA 2020


  •  AIAEE 2020 
  • Durée de l’activité et fragmentations du travail 
  • Quando o trabalho real é tabu
  • Convocatoria para publicar en la revista GénEros número 28


  • Occupational Health and Safety Issues at Agribusiness Retailers
  • Fisheries development, labour and working conditions on Myanmar's marine resource frontier
  • "I Don’t Want to Work in Agriculture!" The Transition from Agricultural Education to the Labor Market in Rural Russia
  • Rethinking the Transformation of the Labor Supply in Rural China During the Reform Era
  • Work safety interventions and threat complexity – A formative investigation into why farmers do not act safely
  • Is the feminization of labor harmful to agricultural production? The decision-making and production control perspective
  • Bienestar —the well-being of Latinx farmworkers in a time of change
  • Estimating the economic incentives necessary for eliminating child labor in Ghanaian cocoa production
  • The winding paths of peripheral proletarianization: Local labour, world hegemonies, and crisis in rural Colombia
  • Labour reserves and surplus populations: Northern Ghana and the Eastern Cape of South Africa
  • Experiences in the Gulf of Mexico: Overcoming Obstacles for Commercial Fishing Occupational Safety and Health Research
  • An examination of the effects of labor efficiency on the profitability of grass-based, seasonal-calving dairy farms
  • Sickness Absence and Hospitalization among Workers on Board Norwegian Fishing Vessels
  • Reporting of Hazardous Events in Aquaculture Operations – The Significance of Safety Climate
  • Smartphone adoption and use in agriculture: empirical evidence from Germany
  • Les zones grises des relations de travail et d'emploi
  • Perspectives de l'OCDE sur les compétences 2019

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