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Prof. Kevin Zhigang Chen, China Academy for Rural Development and School of Public Affairs, Zhejiang University, China and Senior Research Fellow, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), e-mail: ifamr@ifama@org

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Editorial Assistant: Yunyi Zhou

Regional Managing Editors

Asia, Australia, and New Zealand
Nicola M. Shadbolt, Massey University, New Zealand
Jeff Jia, University of York, UK
Rui Mao, Zhejiang University, China
Derek Baker, UNE, Australia
Fu-Sheng Tsai, Cheng Shiu University
Wanglin Ma, Lincoln University, New Zealand
Sudarshan Naidu, Shiv Nadar University, India
Dao the Anh, Vietnam Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Vietnam

Alessio Cavicchi, University of Macerata, Italy
Cristina Santini, University San Raffaele, Italy
Hans De Steur, Ghent University, Belgium
Laura Carraresi, University of Bonn, Germany
Loic Sauvee, UniLaSalle, Beauvais, France

North America
Ram Acharya, New Mexico State University, USA
R. Brent Ross, Michigan State University, USA
Cheryl Wachenheim, North Dakota State University, USA
Alexsan Shanoyan, Kansas State University, USA
Nicole Olynk Widmar, Purdue University, USA
William Nganje, North Dakota State, USA
Trey Malone, Michigan State University, USA
Eric Micheels, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Getu Hailu, University of Guelph, Canada

South America
Aziz da Silva Júnior, Federal University of Vicosa, Brazil
Emilio Morales, UNE, Australia

Ajuruchukwu Obi, University of Fort Hare, South Africa

IFAMR Editorial Advisory Board
Gregory Baker, Santa Clara University, USA
Peter Batt, Curtin University, Australia
Vera Bitsch, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Esteban Brenes, INCAE Business School, Costa Rica
Roberto Feeney, Austral University, Argentina
Jeff Jia, University of York, UK
Brent Ross, University of Michigan, USA
Gerhard Schiefer, University of Bonn, Germany, Chair
Melissa van der Merwe, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Johan Van Rooyen, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Call for Papers

Please check out the Call for Papers for Special Issues of the International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, on following topics:

- Sustainability as a Winning Strategy: The Business Case for ESG in the Food and Agribusiness Sectors
- The Digitainability of the European Agri-food System
Econ Lit
Ag Econ Search
Google Scholar
Econ Papers
SCOPUS (Elsevier)
Science Citation Index ExpandedTM (Clarivate Analytics)
Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics)

International Food and Agribusiness Management Review

Journal Impact FactorTM
The International Food and Agribusiness Management Review (IFAMR) has a Journal Impact FactorTM of 1.5 and the 5 year Journal Impact FactorTM is 1.6. Source: Journal Citation ReportsTM from Clarivate, 2023.

The journal's CiteScoreTM is 2.9 (CiteScoreTM 2021. Calculated by Scopus, 2023).

Aims and scope
The International Food and Agribusiness Management Review (IFAMR), the official journal of the International Food and Agribusiness Management Association, is an internationally recognized catalyst for discussion and inquiry on issues related to the global food and agribusiness system. The journal provides an intellectual meeting place for industry executives, managers, scholars and practitioners interested in the effective management of agribusiness firms and organizations.

IFAMR publishes high quality, peer reviewed, scholarly articles on topics related to the practice of management in the food and agribusiness industry. The Journal provides managers, researchers and teachers a forum where they can publish and acquire research results, new ideas, applications of new knowledge, and discussions of issues important to the worldwide food and agribusiness system. The Journal is published electronically on this website.

The core values of IFAMR are as follows: excellent academic contributions; fast, thorough, and detailed peer reviews; building human capital through the development of good writing skills in scholars and students; broad international representation among authors, editors, and reviewers; a showcase for IFAMR’s unique industry-scholar relationship, and a facilitator of international debate, networking, and research in agribusiness.

IFAMR welcomes scholarly articles on business, public policy, law and education pertaining to the global food system. Articles may be applied or theoretical, but must relevant to managers or management scholars studies, industry interviews, and book reviews are also welcome.

IFAMR also reflects agribusiness scholarship world-wide with over half of its Editorial Board, Managing Editors, and article submissions coming from outside the United States. We welcome inquiries from scholars seeking to become more involved with the management of the IFAMR whether as a Managing Editor, a Special Issue Editor, a member of the Editorial Board, or as a Reviewer.

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