15 - 16 June, 2013

Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (MAICh)

Chania, Crete, Greece


  • The use of mathematical programming tools to analyze farmers' economic behavior.
  • Development of dual and primal econometric models to analyze the impact of EU and national policies on farming activities.
  • Modeling tools for the analysis of rural household behavior with respect to farm policy environmental changes.
  • Stochastic simulation methods for model simulation and policy analysis.
  • Partial and general equilibrium models for agricultural and natural resource and environmental policy analysis.
  • Effects of market developments on farmers' production decisions.
  • Development of modeling tools for the analysis of natural resource and climate change policy use within the changing European policy environment.
  • Economic and environmental impacts of agricultural research and extension.
  • Mathematical modeling and optimization of logistics quality in the food supply chain.