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D 2.6 Report on state and outlook for risk management in EU agriculture

Soriano, Barbara and Bardaji, Isabel and Bertolozzi, Daniele and San Martín, Carolina and Spiegel, Alisa and Slijper, Thomas and Meuwissen, Miranda and Rommel, Jens and Hansson, Helena and Severini, Simone and Antonioli, Federico and Berry, Robert and Kahfagy, Amr and Urquhart, Julie and Harizanova-Bartos, Hristina and Stoyanova, Zornitsa and Coopmans, Isabeau and Wauters, Erwin and Bijttebier, Jo and Neumeister, Delphine and Accatino, Francesco and Pinsard, Corentin and Tudor, Monica and Gavrilescu, Camelia and Luca, Lucian and Izvoranu, Anca-Marina and Zawalinska, Katarzyna and Jendrzejewski, Blazej and Gradziuk, Piotr and Bankowska, Katarzyna and Krupin, Vitaliy and Ollendorf, Franziska and Garrido, Alberto (2020). D 2.6 Report on state and outlook for risk management in EU agriculture. (NL, NJ) > Dept. of Economics, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.
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Abstract

The SURE-Farm project aims to analyse, assess and improve the resilience and sustainability of
farming systems in Europe. Farming systems face a whole range of social, ecological, economic
and political disturbances and changes, such as sharp market fluctuations, severe weather events,
climate change, new technologies, changes in consumer preferences and in governance
structures and so forth, operating at a range of scales (local, regional, national and global). Some
stresses on the farm system can be predicted (e.g. retirement of farmers), while other shocks are
more uncertain and unpredictable (e.g. flooding, sudden price drop, illness).

Project’s WP2 aims to comprehensively understand farmers’ risk behaviour and risk management
(RM) decisions, and to develop and test RM strategies and decision support tools that farmers can
use to cope with increasing economic, environmental and social uncertainties and risks. WP2
contributes to the development of RM in EU farming systems by understanding and eliciting
farmers’ risk perceptions and preferences; learning about farmers’ adaptive behaviour; learning
capacity and preferred improvements of current RM tools; designing and analysing improved
strategies to deal with extreme weather; and co-creating improved RM tools and map-related
institutional challenges.

Authors/Creators:Soriano, Barbara and Bardaji, Isabel and Bertolozzi, Daniele and San Martín, Carolina and Spiegel, Alisa and Slijper, Thomas and Meuwissen, Miranda and Rommel, Jens and Hansson, Helena and Severini, Simone and Antonioli, Federico and Berry, Robert and Kahfagy, Amr and Urquhart, Julie and Harizanova-Bartos, Hristina and Stoyanova, Zornitsa and Coopmans, Isabeau and Wauters, Erwin and Bijttebier, Jo and Neumeister, Delphine and Accatino, Francesco and Pinsard, Corentin and Tudor, Monica and Gavrilescu, Camelia and Luca, Lucian and Izvoranu, Anca-Marina and Zawalinska, Katarzyna and Jendrzejewski, Blazej and Gradziuk, Piotr and Bankowska, Katarzyna and Krupin, Vitaliy and Ollendorf, Franziska and Garrido, Alberto
Title:D 2.6 Report on state and outlook for risk management in EU agriculture
Year of publishing :2020
Number of Pages:151
Publisher:SURE-Farm
Language:English
Publication Type:Report
Article category:Other scientific
Version:Published version
Full Text Status:Public
Subjects:(A) Swedish standard research categories 2011 > 4 Agricultural Sciences > 401 Agricultural, Forestry and Fisheries > Agricultural Science
(A) Swedish standard research categories 2011 > 5 Social Sciences > 502 Economics and Business > Economics
URN:NBN:urn:nbn:se:slu:epsilon-p-107240
Permanent URL:
http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:slu:epsilon-p-107240
ID Code:17483
Faculty:NJ - Fakulteten för naturresurser och jordbruksvetenskap
Department:(NL, NJ) > Dept. of Economics
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Deposited On:08 Sep 2020 12:27
Metadata Last Modified:08 Sep 2020 12:27

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