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2019

REIG, L., ESCOBAR, C., CARRASSÓN, M., CONSTENLA, M., GIL, J.M., PADRÓS, F., PIFERRER, F., FLOS, R., 2019.
Aquaculture 510, 256-266
DOI: 10.1016/j.aquaculture.2019.05.066

FERRER LLAGOSTERA, P., KALLAS, Z., REIG, L., AMORES DE GEA, D., 2019.
Journal of Cleaner Production, 229, 10-21.
DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.05.012.

The growth of aquaculture and the increasing demand of farmed fish have led to a rise in the price of fishmeal and fish oil used in fish feeding during the last years. The experimental use of insect meal as a sustainable alternative to fish meal has recently grown. Insects are easy to rear, have a small ecological impact and have high protein content. The present work analyzes through a Discrete Choice Experiment method, the preferences and willingness to pay of Spanish consumers towards an aquaculture production system based on this protein source as ingredient in aquafeed, using the gilthead seabream as a case study. It also analyzes the information level of consumers about aquaculture and their perceptions towards its environmental impact compared to other animal production systems. This study also summarizes research advances regarding the insect meals as substitutes or complements for fish meals focusing on fish species of interest in Spain and Europe. Special emphasis was made on the limitation of their use, its impact towards the conversion feed ratio and its main nutritional problems for fish feeding, such as fatty acids and chitin. The studies showed that the use of insect meal, in particular, from the black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens), the common housefly (Musca domestica) and the mealworm (Tenebrio molitor) as an alternative of feeding in aquaculture seems to be promising both at technical-productive level and at consumer acceptance level. Results showed that Spanish consumers were willing to pay a premium for this type of fish compared to fish produced with the current feeding systems. Furthermore, the gilthead sea bream fed with insect meal was the most valued regarding its environmental impact compared to the current fish feeding systems. However, taste expectation for this fish type still low, highlighting the importance of including hedonic evaluation studies for further research.

PEJMAN, N., KALLAS, Z., DALMAU, A., VELARDE, A., 2019.
Animals, 9(4), 195.
DOI: 10.3390/ani9040195.

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Intensive animal production systems are compromising current animal welfare standards. European societies’ growing concerns regarding how animals are raised have resulted in continuous European Union (EU) policy reforms that have banned certain intensive farming methods. We investigated whether EU respondents, differentiated by their roles as citizens and consumers, believe that the current regulations on animal welfare should be more restrictive. Data were collected using a survey approach implemented in eight European countries (Spain, the United Kingdom, Poland, Greece, Lithuania, Romania, Italy, and Sweden) with a sample of 3860 respondents. The results show that women citizens are more concerned with animal welfare and are prone to accept more restrictive regulations. Respondents from northern European countries (Poland and Sweden) are willing to accept regulations that are more restrictive than the current minimum standards than respondents from southern countries (Spain and Italy). Our results suggest that increasing knowledge of animal welfare is related to effective information campaigns that use the Internet to endorse the current animal welfare legislation.

AIT-SIDHOUM, A., SERRA, T., LATRUFFE, L., 2019.
European Review of Agricultural Economics, jbz015.
DOI: 10.1093/erae/jbz015

Sound implementation of sustainability practices requires appropriate tools to measure farms’ successes in achieving policy goals. This paper models farms’ stochastic production technology as the interaction of three main types of sub-technologies that govern, respectively, the production of agricultural commodities, environmental (nitrogen and pesticide) pollution and social outputs of agricultural activities. The model is empirically implemented through a Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) model accounting for production risk through a state-contingent approach. The application for Catalan arable crop farms shows that, on average, farms display high technical and social performance and relatively poor environmental performance.

2018

VARELA, E., VERHEYEN, K., VALDÉS, A., SOLIÑO, M., JACOBSEN, J.B., DE SMEDT, P., EHRMANN, S., GÄRTNER, S., GÓRRIZ, E., DECOCQ, G., 2018.
Science of the Total Environment 619–620: 1319-1329.
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.11.190.

Small forest patches embedded in agricultural (and peri-urban) landscapes in Western Europe play a key role for biodiversity conservation with a recognized capacity of delivering a wide suite of ecosystem services. Measures aimed to preserve these patches should be both socially desirable and ecologically effective. This study presents a joint ecologic and economic assessment conducted on small forest patches in Flanders (Belgium) and Picardie (N France). In each study region, two contrasted types of agricultural landscapes were selected. Open field (OF) and Bocage (B) landscapes are distinguished by the intensity of their usage and higher connectivity in the B landscapes. The social demand for enhancing biodiversity and forest structure diversity as well as for increasing the forest area at the expenses of agricultural land is estimated through an economic valuation survey. These results are compared with the outcomes of an ecological survey where the influence of structural features of the forest patches on the associated herbaceous diversity is assessed. The ecological and economic surveys show contrasting results; increasing tree species richness is ecologically more important for herbaceous diversity in the patch, but both tree species richness and herbaceous diversity obtain insignificant willingness to pay estimates. Furthermore, although respondents prefer the proposed changes to take place in the region where they live, we find out that social preferences and ecological effectiveness do differ between landscapes that represent different intensities of land use. Dwellers where the landscape is perceived as more “degraded” attach more value to diversity enhancement, suggesting a prioritization of initiatives in these area. In contrast, the ecological analyses show that prioritizing the protection and enhancement of the relatively better-off areas is more ecologically effective. Our study calls for a balance between ecological effectiveness and welfare benefits, suggesting that cost effectiveness studies should consider these approaches jointly.

VARELA, E., GÓRRIZ-MIFSUD, E., RUIZ-MIRAZO, J., LÓPEZ-I-GELATS, F., 2018.
Forests 9: 464.
DOI: 10.3390/f9080464.

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Wildfires are one of the most prominent risks for Mediterranean forests, reducing the flow of ecosystem services and representing a hazard for infrastructure and human lives. Several wildfire prevention programs in southern Europe are currently incorporating extensive livestock grazers in fire prevention activities to reduce the high costs of mechanical clearance. Among these the Andalusian network of grazed fuel breaks, the so-called RAPCA program, stands out for its dimension and stability over time. RAPCA currently works with 220 local shepherds who, with their guided flocks maintain low biomass levels in almost 6000 ha of fuel breaks in public forests to meet fire prevention standards. This work analyses the institutional design and performance of the RAPCA payment scheme under a payment for environmental services (PES) framework. Results show effectiveness of the payment scheme while efficiency is achieved through savings relative to the mainstream mechanized biomass removal, as well as through reduced information asymmetry. High-level and stable political commitment has been crucial for the emergence and consolidation of RAPCA. Moreover, key intermediaries and sound monitoring practices increased levels of trust amongst involved actors. Beneficial side-effects include social recognition of shepherds’ activities and reduction of their friction with forest managers.

SÁNCHEZ, B.I., KALLAS, Z., ROJAS, O., GIL, J.M., 2018.
Sustainability, 10(10), 3543.
DOI: 10.3390/su10103543.

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Maize is the most important and strategic crop in Mexico, however, this sector suffers from low productivity. Among the various strategies to improve yield by hectare, improved maize seeds play an important role. In this context, adoption studies in Mexico of these types of seeds are scarce and in general do not jointly account for the timing of adoption factors affecting the adoption decision. This study analysed the determinants of the adoption rates of improved seeds using the survival analysis method. Farm-level data were collected in 2015 through a questionnaire administered to 200 maize farmers in Chiapas, Mexico. Our results showed that 60% of the farmers who adopted the improved seeds reached the decision within a 10 years’ period. Specifically, young farmers with a low number of family members from several generations of agricultural work, who exhibited positive attitudes towards innovation and with low risk perception were likely to adopt the new varieties. Furthermore, results showed that the NAFTA Mexican reform of agricultural policy in 1994 negatively affected the adoption rate of improved seeds. Improving the maize yield requires adequate extension information systems that allow farmers to receive more information on the importance of adoption innovation as well as help them market their products.

RAHMANI, D., LOUREIRO, M., 2018.
Research in Transportation Economics, in press.
DOI: 10.1016/j.retrec.2018.10.006.

With the aim of analyzing preferences for hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), two stated preference methods (a contingent valuation exercise and a discrete choice experiment (DCE)) were used in a survey conducted in a representative sample of Spanish drivers. Overall, our findings show robustness between the willingness to pay (WTP) estimates elicited via a latent class model (LCM) and those from a payment card question. In both cases results show an average positive WTP, although insufficient to actually cover the extra cost of HEVs. The lack of interest for HEVs may be motivated by different reasons, including the low level of information related to this technology, and additional false believes about the autonomy of these vehicles. Furthermore, drivers who declare a willingness to buy HEVs do not always do so for environmental reasons, but rather for reputational issues related to their self-image. Thus, in order to increase the market share for HEV vehicles in the Spanish market, informative campaigns and additional economic incentives may be designed.

RAHMANI, D., LOUREIRO, M., 2018.
PLOS ONE: 1-14.
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0193777.

Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) could be a good short term option to help achieve global targets regarding road transport greenhouse gas emissions. Several common and country-specific public policies based on price or tax rebates are established in order to encourage the adoption of HEVs. The present research empirically assesses market preferences for HEVs in Spain, looking at the role of subsidies. An interactive internet-based survey was conducted in a representative sample (N = 1,200) of Spanish drivers. Drivers are willing to pay an extra amount of €1,645 for a HEV model compared to a conventional vehicle, premium which is well below the price markup for these cars. Therefore, current levels of economic subsidies applied in isolation to promote these types of vehicles may have a quite limited effect in extending their use. Overall, it is found that drivers have clear misconceptions about HEVs, which affect their purchasing choices and perceptions. Therefore, a policy mix of various incentives (including informational campaigns) may be required in order to stimulate the demand for HEVs.

ORDUÑO, M.A., KALLAS, Z., ORNELAS, S.I., 2018.
Agronomy 9(1): 4.
DOI: 10.20944/preprints201810.0741.v1.

Risk attitudes are relevant factors affecting the production and investment decisions at farm level. They are key factors that are related to farmers’ attitudes towards environment and climate change. Several methodological approaches are available to measure the level of stated risk of an economic agent. The Multiple Price List (MPL) method is one of the methods that is gaining relevance. In this study we apply the MPL and relate the risk outcomes with farmers’ characteristics and their perception towards environment and climate change. Data was collected using a face to face survey carried out for a group of 370 agricultural producers of the irrigation district located in northwest of Mexico. Results showed an average risk of about 0.32, locating the agricultural producers of the region in a group with risk aversion, according to the MPL scale. The heterogeneity analysis showed that the socioeconomic factors and the perceptions towards climate change are related to the farmers´ stated risk level. Farmers who are young women with propensity to use public support to invest were shown to be greater risk lovers. Farmers in the region have perceived climate change to a greater extent like floods, hail, diseases and pests, and changing vegetation.

GUESMI, B., SERRA, T., RADWAN, A., GIL, J.M., 2018.
Agribusiness: an International Journal, 34(2), 441–455.
DOI: 10.1002/agr.21520.

Productive efficiency analysis is a relevant tool that can be used to evaluate differences in the performance between conventional and organic farms. Such study is important for the assessment of the economic viability of these two agricultural systems. Although the existing research has widely used the stochastic frontier methodology and the data envelopment analysis nonparametric approach to assess farming performance, the use of the local maximum likelihood (LML) approach proposed by Kumbhakar et al. is scarce. This study represents the first analysis that compares the efficiency levels of organic and conventional farms in Egypt. To do so, we apply LML methods to cross‐sectional, farm‐level data collected from a sample of 60 Egyptian farms. Results suggest that performance of organic farmers is slightly better than performance of their conventional counterparts. Further, we find a positive relationship between technical efficiency and farm size.

ESCOBAR, C., KALLAS, Z., GIL, J.M., 2018.
British Food Journal, 120 (1), 18-32.
DOI: 10.1108/BFJ-02-2017-0070.

DIAZ-RUIZ, R., COSTA-FONT, M., LÓPEZ-I-GELATS, F., GIL, J., 2018.
Sustainability 10(10): 3730.
DOI: 10.3390/su10103730.

Addressing the generation of food waste is a major challenge nowadays. An increasing interest in studying food waste generation has emerged over the last decade. However, little attention has been devoted to understanding the root of the problem by carrying out a whole-supply-chain analysis and applying multidimensional approaches. The aim of this paper was to identify the causes of food waste in the metropolitan region of Barcelona along the food supply chain, considering the relevant stakeholders’ perceptions. Moreover, we examined the circumstantial or structural nature of the identified causes. We conducted a qualitative study consisting of 24 in-depth interviews of key stakeholders in the region along the food supply chain from October 2014 to January 2015. The interviews were analyzed by content analysis, and the main results are presented here. We used a conceptual framework that differentiates among micro, meso, and macro causes to disentangle the nature of the causes. The results from this study show the great interest of regional stakeholders in the issue of the generation of food waste and provide a complete map of the causes of food waste in the metropolitan region. From our study, we advocate that food waste is not only a sum of incidentals but it a structural problem.

DIAZ-RUIZ, R., COSTA-FONT, M., GIL, J., 2018.
Journal of Cleaner Production 172: 1140 – 1151.
DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.10.148.

Food waste prevention is a hot topic on the policy agenda. According to available data, urgent measures need to be undertaken to significantly reduce the current generation of food waste. However, it is important to thoroughly understand consumers’ behaviour to define measures that will lead to a long-lasting change in the situation. The aim of the present work is to analyse consumer food waste behaviour by means of a model that brings together food-related and waste managementvariables. To do so, a survey was given to 418 consumers of the metropolitan area of Barcelona. Results show that food waste is directly influenced by purchasing discipline, waste prevention habits and materialism values and indirectly influenced by environmental values. This highlights the importance of addressing the problem from different perspectives and emphasizes the importance of considering this problem as a transversal element for policy makers. We suggest that household food waste prevention and reduction needs to be included as a key element in different policy areas.

DÍAZ-MONTENEGRO, J., VARELA, E., GIL, J.M., 2018.
Journal of Rural Studies 63: 141-156.
DOI: 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2018.08.004.

This study identifies the livelihood strategies pursued by small cacao farmers in the Guayas coastal region in Ecuador, where two distinct cacao varieties are grown: the fine flavor variety, Cacao Nacional (CN), and a hybrid variety (CCN-51). Enhancing CN production is regarded as an economic development strategy since CN variety beans are characterized by premiumprices in international markets. This study aims to assess the trade-offs faced by small cacao producers in the production of specialty (CN) vs. commodity (CCN-51) cacao and how they affect their livelihoods. A detailed household survey sampled 188 households. Based on activity variables, four latent profiles of livelihood strategies were identified, which were related to capital asset endowment and income share variables. The results show that there was not a clear gap between cultivationof CN and CCN-51, as 60% of the sampled householdssimultaneously grew both varieties. The results indicate that the variable “share of land allocated to CN” does not significantly contribute to discriminating among profiles. Households with a low share of land allocated to CCN-51 showed higher incomediversification strategies and vice versa. Our study also shows that the lack of appropriate incentives may threaten the future cultivation of CN since the National policy for CN rehabilitationhas had little impact on the more cacao-driven profiles that have a lower asset endowment. The design, structuring and maintenance of a domestic differentiated value chain for the CN variety, together with income diversification measures and prior improvement on the asset endowment of these profiles, seems to be the pathway to improve the livelihoods of small farmersand increase the success of the current policy for fine flavor cacao rehabilitation at the national level.

AIT SIDHOUM, A., SERRA, T., 2018.
Sustainable Development 26(4): 365–378.
DOI: 10.1002/sd.1711.

With rising stakeholder concerns over sustainable development, corporate social responsibility (CSR) has become key for the business community, moving the business model beyond financial performance to a new voluntary paradigm based on natural resource conservation, social welfare, stakeholder engagement and economic performance. This article aims to answer whether profitable business is compatible with balanced sustainability by investigating the relationship between the economic, social, environmental and governance performance for a sample of global firms. A canonical vine (C‐vine) copula is used for this purpose. Results show the existence of a fairly strong positive relationship between economic, social and environmental performance. The corporate governance dimension is shown to have a weak relationship with the rest of the CSR dimensions. Important policy implications are derived from these results.

AIT SIDHOUM, A., 2018.
Journal of Cleaner Production 203: 273–286.
DOI: 10.1016/J.JCLEPRO.2018.08.212.

Interest in sustainability has gained ground among practitioners, academics and policy-makers due to growing stakeholders’ awareness of environmental and social concerns. This is particularly true for agriculture. However, relatively little research has been conducted on the quantification of social sustainability and the contribution of social issues to the agricultural production efficiency. This paper proposes a framework based on state-contingent outputs to compute shadow prices of social outputs. Our methodological approach is based on the directional distance function and illustrated using a farm-level dataset from a sample of Catalan arable crop farms in 2015. Our results indicate that in the sample of 180 farms included in the analysis, efficiency scores are relatively high for the three alternative states of the nature considered in our state-contingent analysis. In addition, our findings show that social outputs’ shadow prices are positive, indicating that producing more social outputs is considered as great value to the farm. For the efficient farms, the social outputs’ shadow prices are contingent upon on the state of nature, in a way that social outputs’ shadow prices increase with the improvement in crop growth conditions. These results have implications in terms of EU farm payment redistribution.

https://futur.upc.edu/23501919
Sánchez, B.; Kallas, Z.; Palmeros, O.; Gil, J.M.
Fecha de publicación: 2018-10-02

Maize is the most important and strategic crop in Mexico, however, this sector suffers from low productivity. Among the various strategies to improve yield by hectare, improved maize seeds play an important role.

https://futur.upc.edu/23567024
Kallas, Z.; Alba, M.; Casellas, K.; Berges, M.; De Greef, G.; Gil, J.M.
EAAE Seminar
Fecha de presentación: 2018-09-06
Presentación de trabajo en congreso

https://futur.upc.edu/23644355
Karolyi, D.; Marija, C.; Oliver, M.A.; Dilme, J.; Vitale, M.; Kallas, Z.; Gil, J.M.; Candek-Potokar, M.
Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science
DOI: 10.3920/978-90-8686-871-1
Fecha de presentación: 2018-08-27
Presentación de trabajo en congreso

Turopolje pig (TP) is a local Croatian breed which nearly extinct in the second half of the 20th century. Currently, despite the state support, the TP is still endangered and to self-sustain the breed a new marketing strategy, based on the meat products with an extra added value, is needed. As consumers nowadays increasingly demand for more convenient and healthier types of products, in present work (within TREASURE project) we investigated consumers’ acceptance of health-related innovations associated with the reduction of salting or smoking of TP dry-cured ham. A consumer (n=120) sensory test was carried out in Zagreb city area with the three types of TP hams (typically salted and smoked, less salted or less smoked) and two types of standard hams (conventional and premium) from modern pig breeds. Effect of information on innovation and/or breed on ham preferences was tested using three-step procedures as blind, expected and actual (informed) test on liking scale from 1 (dislike extremely) to 9 (like extremely). Data were analysed by GLM procedures at 0.05 a-level. In the blind test, in the absence of information, no significant differences between ham liking scores were found. In the expectancy test, when only information is given, all types of TP ham were more preferred than conventional ham, but only typical TP ham was preferred over the premium ham. Finally, when tasting is repeated with the information, all TP hams were scored higher than premium ham, while innovative TP hams were scored similar as conventional ham. This results suggest the preference of TP hams over the standard hams and a good acceptance of health-related innovations in TP ham by Croatian consumers.

CORBETO, H., KALLAS, Z., GIL, J.M., 2018.
Agricultural and Resource Economics, 18(1), 161-182.
DOI: 10.7201/earn.2018.01.07.

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This paper aims at analyzing consumers’ preferences towards olive oil attributes taking into account the retail chain where they buy food. The methodological approach is based on the design of a choice experiment using home scan data from a sample of Catalonian households. Four attributes are selected: price, brand, type of olive oil and packaging size. Two retailers are considered with different business strategies: Mercadona and Carrefour. Results show that the preferences for olive oil attributes are different depending of the retail outlet a household uses to buy.

SELVANATHAN, T., GIL, J.M., GRAF, E., 2018.
PERSONAL Quaterly, 70/03 (2018), p. 30 – 35.

SELVANATHAN, T., GIL, J.M., 2018.
ADP Personalmanager, 4/2018 (2018), p. 28 – 32.

SELVANATHAN, T., GIL, J.M., 2018.
Personalwirtschaft, 02/18 (2018), p. 56 – 59.

2017

BABA, Y., KALLAS, Z., REALINI, E.C., PÉREZ M., SAÑUDO, C., ALBERTÍ P., INSAUSTI, K.,
2017.
ITEA, 113(2): 192-210.
DOI: 10.12706/itea.2017.012

RIVERA-FERRE, M.G., DI MASSO, M., MAILHOS, M., VARA, I., CUELLAR, M., BHATTA, G., LÓPEZ-I-GELATS, F., CALVET-DOMÍNGUEZ, Y., GALLAR, D., 2016.
Agroecology and sustainable food systems 40 (9), pp. 965-987.
DOI: 10.1080/21683565.2016.1215368

DURÁN-MEDRAÑO, R., VARELA, E., GARZA-GILA, D., PRADA A., VÁZQUEZ, M.X., SOLIÑO, M., 2017.
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 71: 88–95.
DOI: 10.1016/j.socec.2017.10.001

Highlights

• Forest fires represent the main cause of natural capital damage in Mediterranean.
• Forest fires cause negative effects in coastal areas and marine biodiversity.
• People are sensitive to the biodiversity losses produced by forest fires.
• Voluntary work is a way to engage the population in forests conservation programs.
• Voluntary work proves to be a good way to reduce the hypothetical bias.

FERRER-PÉREZ, H., AYUDA, M.I., AZNAR, A., 2017.
Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 134, 28-36.
DOI: 10.1016/j.matcom.2016.09.010

Highlights

• We assess the small sample properties of a modified version of the Xiao stationarity test.
• We compare the performance of this test to the KPSS stationarity test.
• We recommend the KPSS test.

GIL, J.M., TAKOURABT, S., 2017.
Child: Care, Health and Development, 43(2), 250-258.
DOI: 10.1111/cch.12408.

HASSOUNEH, I., SERRA, T., BOJNEC, S., GIL, J.M., 2017.
Applied Economics, 49(41), 4116-4126.
DOI: 10.1080/00036846.2016.1276273.

ROMO-MUÑOZ, R., CABAS-MONJE, J., GARRIDO-HENRRÍQUEZ, H., GIL. J.M., 2017.
PLOS ONE, 12(9).
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0184585

SÁNCHEZ, B.I., KALLAS, Z., GIL, J.M., 2017.
Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research, 15(3), e0116.
DOI: 10.5424/sjar/2017153-11096. (Full-text available, open access)

SÁNCHEZ, B.I., KALLAS, Z., GIL, J.M., 2017.
Revista de Ciencias Agrarias UNCuyo, ISSN impreso 0370-4661.
ISSN (en línea) 1853-8665.
Open Access: Full-text available

VARELA, E., JACOBSEN, J.B., MAVSAR, R., 2017.
Regional Environmental Change 17(2) 539-550.
DOI: 10.1007/s10113-016-1038-8

DÍAZ-RUIZ, R., LÓPEZ-I-GELATS, F., 2017.
Quaderns Agraris (Institució Catalana d’Estudis Agraris), núm. 42 (desembre 2017), p. 7-36
ISSN (ed. impresa): 0213-0319
ISSN (ed. electrònica): 2013-9780.
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KALLAS, Z., ČANDEK-POTOKAR, M., TOMAŽIN, U., PUGLIESE, C., AQUILANI, C., GIL, J.M., 2017.
Agriculturae Conspectus Scientificus, 82(2), 1-5.
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RIVERA-FERRE, M., LÓPEZ-I-GELATS, F., CLARAMUNT, B., 2017.
Mountain Wilderness Catalunya 28, 1-3.
DOI: 10.17345/1337

SELVANATHAN, T., GIL, J.M., 2017.
In: Personalwirtschaft–Zeitschrift für Human Resources. Bd.07, 62-65.

ESCOBAR, C., DE HERRALDE, F., SAVÉ, R., RODRÍGUEZ, I., CELA, R., GIL, J.M., 2017.
Enoviticultura, 49, 28-33.
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LÓPEZ-I-GELATS, F., DI MASSO, M., BINIMELIS, R., RIVERA-FERRE, M., 2017.
In: Thompson, P.B., Kaplan, D. M. (eds.),
Encyclopedia of Food and Agricultural Ethics. Springer, Netherlands, pp. 1-6

LÓPEZ-I-GELATS, F., VALLEJO, V., RIVERA-FERRE, M.G., 2017.
Oficina Española de Cambio Climático. Ministerio de Agricultura y Pesca, Alimentación y Medio Ambiente, Madrid.

RIVERA-FERRE, M.G., BINIMELIS, R., LÓPEZ-I-GELATS, F., DI MASSO, M., 2017.
In: Thompson, P.B., Kaplan, D. M. (eds.), Encyclopedia of Food and
Agricultural Ethics. Springer, Netherlands, pp. 1-6.

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BARRIOS, AND ULF NARLOCH, Eds.
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License: Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 3.0 IGO.

2016

GÓRRIZ-MIFSUD, E., VARELA, E., PIQUÉ, M., PROKOFIEVA, I., 2016. Ecosystem Services 17: 53-63.
DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoser.2015.11.006

VARELA, E., JACOBSEN, J.B., MAVSAR, R., 2016.
Regional Environmental Change 1-12
DOI: 10.1007/s10113-016-1038-8

RIVERA-FERRE, M.G., LÓPEZ-I-GELATS, F., Howden, M., Smith, P., Morton, J.F., Herrero, M., 2016.
WIREs Climate Change.
DOI: 10.1002/wcc.421.

RIVERA-FERRE, M.G., DI MASSO, M., MAILHOS, M., VARA, I., CUELLAR, M., BHATTA, G., LÓPEZ-I-GELATS, F., CALVET-DOMÍNGUEZ, Y., GALLAR, D., 2016.
Agroecology and sustainable food systems 40 (9), pp. 965-987.
DOI: 10.1080/21683565.2016.1215368.

LÓPEZ-I-GELATS, F., FRASER, E.D.G., MORTON, J.F., RIVERA-FERRE, M.G., 2016.
Global Environmental Change 39, 258-274.
DOI: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2016.05.011

LÓPEZ-I-GELATS, F., RIVERA-FERRE, M.G., BARTOLOMÉ FILELLA, J., 2016.
Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research 13 (4).
DOI: 10.5424/sjar/2015134-6960

KALLAS, Z., MARTÍNEZ, B., PANELLA, N., GIL J.M., 2016.
Food Quality and Preference 54, 1-12.
DOI: 10.1016/j.foodqual.2016.06.015

BORRISSER, F., KALLAS, Z., PANELLA, N., AVENA, M., IBÁÑEZ, M., OLIVARES, A., OLIVER, M.A., GIL J.M., 2016.
Research in Veterinary Science. 107(1), 20–29.
DOI: 10.1016/j.rvsc.2016.05.004

PANELLA, N., BLANCH, M., KALLAS, Z., CHEVILLON, P., GARAVALDI, A., GIL, M., GIL, J.M., FONT-I-FURNOLS, M., OLIVER, M.A., 2016.
Meat Science, 114, 137–145.
DOI: 10.1016/j.meatsci.2015.12.017

LAMBARRAA, F., STEFANOU, S., GIL, J.M., 2016.
European Review of Agricultural Economics, 43(1), 59-77.
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ROMO MUNOZ, R., LAGOS MOYA, M., GIL, J.M., 2015.
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ESCOBAR, C., KALLAS, Z., GIL, J.M., 2015.
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COELLO, J., CORTINA, J., VALDECANTOS, A., VARELA, E., 2015.
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