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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Do Semi-subsistence Farm Households Have a Future in the European Union?FRITZSCH Jana; WEGENER Stefan; BUCHENRIEDER Gertrud; CURTISS Jarmila; GOMEZ Y PALOMA SergioArticles in Journals
2010Economic Prospects for Semi-subsistence Farm Households in EU New Member StatesFRITZSCH Jana; WEGENER Stefan; BUCHENRIEDER Gertrud; CURTISS Jarmila; GOMEZ Y PALOMA Sergio; BURRELL AlisonEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Impact of Topical Policies on the Future of Small-scale Farms in Poland - A Multiobjective ApproachWEGENER Stefan; FRITZSCH Jana; BUCHENRIEDER Gertrud; CURTISS Jarmila; GOMEZ Y PALOMA SergioContributions to Conferences
2011Is There a Future for Semi-subsistence Farm Households in Central and Southeastern Europe? A Multiobjective Linear Programming ApproachFRITZSCH Jana; WEGENER Stefan; BUCHENRIEDER Gertrud; CURTISS Jarmila; GOMEZ Y PALOMA SergioArticles in Journals
2009Semi-subsistence farm households and the non-farm rural economy - Perspectives and challengesBUCHENRIEDER Gertrud; FRITZSCH Jana; WEGENER Stefan; CURTISS Jarmila; GOMEZ Y PALOMA SergioContributions to Conferences
2009Semi-subsistence Farm Households in Central and South-eastern Europe: Current State and Future PerspectivesFRITZSCH Jana; WEGENER Stefan; BUCHENRIEDER Gertrud; CURTISS Jarmila; GOMEZ Y PALOMA SergioContributions to Conferences
2010Semi-Subsistence Farming, Farm Income and Social Capital in Bulgaria - Is There a Link?WOLZ Axel; FRITZSCH Jana; SHTEREV Nikolai; BUCHENRIEDER Gertrud; GOMEZ Y PALOMA SergioArticles in Journals
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