American Journal of Agricultural Economics

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American Journal of Agricultural Economics  
Former names
Journal of Farm Economics
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Am. J. Agr. Econ.
Discipline Agricultural economics
Language English
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency 5/year
ISSN 0002-9092 (print)
1467-8276 (web)

The American Journal of Agricultural Economics is a peer-reviewed academic journal of agricultural, natural resource, and environmental economics, as well as rural and community development.[1] Published five times per year, it is one of two journals published by the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association, along with Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy. It was established in 1919, at which point it was called the Journal of Farm Economics.


The current editors are Timothy Beatty (University of California, Davis), Travis Lybbert (University of California, Davis), James Vercammen (The University of British Columbia), and JunJie Wu (Oregon State University).[2]


  1. ^ Publications, Agricultural & Applied Economics Association
  2. ^ American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Editorial Board

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