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International Association on Work in Agriculture

April 2019

Period: 01-15 April



  • Sémainaire "Regards croisés sur le travail en agriculture" 
  • Symposium AgriNumA'2019 
  • Health and Safety Event - Teagasc
  • Convergence ou Divergence en Europe en matière d'emploi et de travail ?
  • Robotic Developments in Poultry Farming 


  • IFAMR Special Issue 
  • Special Issue Labour Economics on "Technology and the Labour Market"


  • Labor-Intensive Multiple Cropping Systems and the H-2A Program: Evidence from the Crawfish Industry
  • Theme Overview: The Role of Guest Workers in U.S. Agriculture 
  • Trends in U.S. Farm Labor and H-2A Hired Labor: Policy and Related Issues
  • The Role of the H-2A Program in California Agriculture 
  • The Importance of H-2A Guest Workers in Agriculture 
  • The economics of farmers’ suicide in developing countries 
  • Analysis of off-farm work decisions among smallholder farm households in Burkina Faso 
  • The impact of investment support on labour productivity in Lithuanian family farms: A propensity score matching approach
  • CHILD LABOUR IN THE ARAB REGION A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis
  • Economic Development and Female Labour Force Participation: The Case of European Union Countries 
  • An intergenerational farm transfer: when to start handing over the reins?
  • Dynamics of off-farm employment in Sub-Saharan Africa: A gender perspective 
  • L'insoutenabilité du travail. Le cas d'un groupement d'employeurs agricole
  • Pâturer avec un robot de traite, c'est possible ! 
  • Autonomie dans le travail
  • La santé au travail en danger
  • Le travail en mouvement
  • Le travail et ses valeurs
  • BONUS : « Santé mentale, expériences du travail, du chômage et de la précarité » 

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