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International Association on Work in Agriculture

May and June 2020

2020

Summary

Congress 

  • Covid-19 Webinar | IAAE - International Association of Agricultural Economists

Call for papers

  • Coronavirus and migration. Discrimination, inequalities, resistance

Publications

  • Orientações de prevenção contra o novo Coronavírus em cadeias produtivas
  • Orientações de prevenção contra o novo Coronavírus no campo
  • O que os organismos internacionais estão falando quanto ao impacto do coronavírus sobre o trabalho na agricultura?
  • Work in organic farming: an overview
  • Productivity Shocks and Child Labor: The Role of Credit and Agricultural Labor Markets 
  • Migrants Workers and Processes of Social Inclusion in Italy: The Possibilities Offered by Social Farming
  • Unlocking Opportunities for decent job creation in Lebanon's horticulture sector
  • Forced off the farm? Farmers’ labor allocation response to land requisition in China
  • Unravelling the Role of Gender in Fisheries’ Socio-Economic Performance: The Case of Greek Small-Scale Fisheries
  • Economic Impacts of COVID-19 on Food and Agricultural Markets
  • Dairy farmers’ job satisfaction and the influence of automatic milking systems 
  • Strategies and drivers determining the incorporation of young farmers into the livestock sector
  • Agriculture's ‘other’ contingent labour source. Agricultural contractors and relationships of interdependence at the farmer-contractor interface
  • Eliminating child labour in agriculture with social protection 
  • The Educational Level of Rural Labor, Population Urbanization, and Sustainable Economic Growth in China
  • Women's changing productive practices, gender relations and identities in fishing through a critical feminisation perspective
  • Identifying the common ground: Small-scale farmer identity and community
  • Beyond Economic Earnings: The Holistic Meaning of Success for Women in Agritourism
  • OECD Employment Outlook 2020
  • Identifying “Vulnerable Agricultural Populations” at Risk for Occupational Injuries and Illnesses: A European Perspective
  • Legal and social protection for migrant farm workers: lessons from COVID-19 
  • The Geography of Farmworker Health in Colorado: An Examination of Disease Clusters and Healthcare Accessibility 
  • How is COVID-19 affecting the fisheries and aquaculture food systems
  • Food systems and COVID-19 in Latin America and the Caribbean Impact and risks in the labour market
  • Gendered impacts of COVID-19 and equitable policy responses in agriculture, food security and nutrition
  • Migrant workers and the COVID-19 pandemic
  • The Future of Work in Agriculture : Some Reflections

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