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Agricultural & Applied Economics

Journal of Agribusiness

Send manuscripts for publication consideration to:

Journal of Agribusiness
Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics
314 Conner Hall
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602-7509


Cesar Escalante

James E. Epperson

Phone: (706) 542-0740
Fax: (706) 542-0739

Accountant: Carly Puckett
Phone: (706) 542-3705


Editorial Policy

The editors would like to encourage all people interested in submitting articles to the Journal of Agribusiness to do so. The Journal will publish papers and case studies on a wide range of issues including all areas of agribusiness, economic development, environmental issues related to agriculture, and general empirical research within the broad range of agricultural economics. A section for notes (less than ten double-spaced typed pages) has been introduced, with all contributors of eligible submissions assured that the editorial process from submission to publication will be completed in under one year.

Manuscripts undergo strict, double-blind peer review and the editors will strive to make the editorial process move as rapidly as possible. The Journal is particularly interested in publishing papers that will appeal to academic researchers, government agencies, and people working in agribusiness.

General Information


Individual subscriptions to the Journal of Agribusiness include two issues per year (spring and fall). Annual subscription rates for individuals are $25 (U.S. and Canada) and $30 (international); for libraries and institutions, $45 (U.S. and Canada) and $50 (international). Single issues of the Journal are $20 each and can be ordered from the Journal of Agribusiness, 314 Conner Hall, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602-7509.

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