Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE) (ISSN:18158129, E-ISSN:18151027)

Aim and Scope

Aim-

Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE) is an Open Access International Journal Which Aims to Publish High-quality Scientific Articles in the Field of Horticulture, Agriculture and Soil Science, Agronomy; Biology; Economics Academic Field: Mathematical and Statistical Methods in Economics; Agriculture and Animal Husbandry; Forestry and Many More. Our Aim is to Give an Open Space to Scientists Who Can Publish and Deliver Scientific Knowledge About the Relevant Field for the People in the Society. Lizi Jiaohuan Yu Xifu/Ion Exchange and Adsorption Fa yi xue za zhi Dianzi Yu Xinxi Xuebao/Journal of Electronics and Information Technology Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment Consultant (ISSN:0010-7069) Jiaotong Yunshu Xitong Gongcheng Yu Xinxi/ Journal Of Transportation Systems Engineering And Information Technology

Scope-

Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE) is a peer-reviewed journal. The journal seeks to publish original research articles that are hypothetical and theoretical in its nature and that provide exploratory insights in the following fields but not limited to:

Horticulture Agriculture Soil Science Agronomy
Biology Economics Biotechnology Agricultural chemistry
Soil development in plants aromatic plants subtropical fruits
Green house construction Growth Horticultural therapy Entomology
Medicinal Weed management in horticultural crops plant Analysis Tropical

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Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE)
Journal ID : JASAE-31-05-2024-307
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Title : Assessment of Arable Crops Farmers’ Knowledge, Attitudes and Perception on Climate Change Extreme Events in South-west, Nigeria
by Ayinla, Rasheed Ayodele, Alao, Oluwagbenga Titus, Adesoji, Solomon Adedapo, Ayinla, Rachael Ajibola, Olawuyi, Seyi Olalekan,
Abstract : This study assessed farmers’ knowledge, attitudes, and perception (KAP) regarding climate change effects on agriculture in the south-west Nigerian States of Oyo and Osun. Data collected from a sample of 389 smallholder arable crop farmers across different agro-ecological zones using structured questionnaires were analysed using descriptive statistics, Weighted Average Index (WAI), and Pearson’s Products Moment Correlation (PPMC). The results revealed an ageing population of farmers with an average age of 55 years, who are predominantly male (78.1%), and engaged in farming as their primary occupation (77.4%). Most farmers (67.6%) had secondary or higher education. Farmers also demonstrated good knowledge of climate change indicators like temperature rise, erosion, storms, and biodiversity loss. However, understanding of less visible impacts like crop seasonality shifts was lacking, as revealed in the results. Likewise, positive attitudes towards adaptation strategies such as crop diversification, irrigation adoption and weather monitoring were observed. The findings from correlation analysis also indicated that farmers’ personal and socio-economic characteristics indeed have significant relationships with their knowledge, attitude and perception about climate change. Given the results of the study, a holistic approach tailored towards farmers’ needs, integrating these elements is crucial for building widening farmers’ knowledge, and capable of driving a positive attitude and perception on climate change, as well as building their adaptive capacities and ensuring sustainable food production systems..
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Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE)
Journal ID : JASAE-13-05-2024-306
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Title : Genetic Diversity in the Growth and Yield of Climate-Resilient Quinoa in Northern Vietnam's Conditions
by Luu Hue Nhan, Luong Nhat Minh, Nguyen Van Loc, Nguyen Viet Long, DInh Thai Hoang,
Abstract : The quinoa crop is known as “the food for the future” and contains wide profits for human beings. Quinoa is a niche product with enlarged manufacturing, but it has the potential to be much more than just a food. It can produce the ecosystem switch from animal to plant-based protein diets and create a more sustainable food system. The study was implemented in the winter cropping season to evaluate the growth and yield characteristics of 25 selected quinoa genotypes. The criteria monitoring included: (i) growth criteria (growth duration, plant height, number of branches, number of leaves, stem diameter, and net assimilation rate), and (ii) grain yield criteria and its components (1000-seed weight, individual yield, and potential yield). The growth duration of the genotypes ranged from 73 to 119 days, potential yield ranged from 0.57 to 2.18 tons/ha. The high diversity of the quinoa collection was found and could be divided into four groups. As a result, based on the yield component criteria the 5 superlative genotypes were selected: Q5, 2 want, Chadmo, G26, and Sayana to assist in the research and selection of quinoa genotypes..
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Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE)
Journal ID : JASAE-09-05-2024-305
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Abstract : Responding to challenges and existing knowledge gaps facing the cooperative movement in the world, this research seeks to provide exhaustive information on Singapore cooperative movement. Singapore is the one country as member of International Cooperative Alliance. The Singapore cooperative movement is outstanding and interesting operations and ideas that can be applied for the world cooperative movement. The descriptive analysis is performed the data on the issues: history, structure, type, and laws of the cooperative movement. A focus group with experts, which analyze and synthesize by using SWOT analysis to provide exhaustive information and suggestion guidelines for application in the world cooperative movement. The results of synthesis for application in the world cooperative movement are as follows: 1) The cooperative business operation should be based on the needs and circumstances of the true economic and social situation. 2) The cooperative must have a broad vision and give importance to laying down a foundation and solid system. The important mechanism of the cooperative movement is the concept and ideology of cooperative that must be inculcated from a young age and done continuously. 3) The cooperative must focus on their social mission and combine with the modern concept and vision of their citizens. 4) The cooperative must seriously focus on creating understanding, cultivating ideals and values for the operating committee and the cooperative management. Applying the lesson learned from the success of Singapore cooperative, it is quite difficult to adapt. The differences in people's conditions are the most important matter. The cooperative in the world are other different factors such as geography, climate, politics, and government..
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Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE)
Journal ID : JASAE-18-02-2024-302
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Title : Evaluating Performance in Cooperative Research: The Standardized Criteria
by Vijitsri Sanguanwongse, Pornprapa Kikuchi, Kanokon Seemanon, Mana Luksamee-Arunothai, Non Vorlapanit,
Abstract : This qualitative research study aimed to develop standardized criteria and indicators for assessing the performance and cost-effectiveness of cooperative research. The study reviewed relevant concepts and theories from a variety of sources including documents, articles, books, textbooks to identify potential criteria and indicators. These were then refined and validated through expert reviews in both assessment methodologies and the cooperative domain. The research results found that the final set of standardized criteria and indicators, which are based on the OECD and the VFM standard criteria and indicators for assessing cost-effectiveness, in conjunction with the objectives of the funding agencies, consist of six dimensions: 1) Relevance, 2) Effectiveness, 3) Efficiency, 4) Outcomes, 5) Impact, and 6) Sustainability..
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Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE)
Journal ID : JASAE-15-02-2024-301
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Title : Dynamic State of Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa
by Noah Afees Oluwashina, David Oladipo Olalekan, Wynand Grobler,
Abstract : Efforts to attain Sustainable Development Goal second objective, which focuses on ensuring food security and eradicating hunger, appear to fall behind in Africa. Hunger persists in all African sub-regions, despite global and continental commitments and actions to address the issue, particularly following the COVID-19 pandemic. Policymakers need to have a comprehensive understanding of the state of food security in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) to develop effective strategies to combat this challenge. This study contributes to the ongoing discourse on food security by conducting a thorough examination on the state of food security in SSA at aggregate and disaggregate levels. Analyzing data from the Global Food Security Index (GFSI) spanning from 2012 to 2022, using a stylised facts analysis to provide valuable insights into the region’s food security situation. Findings from the study reveal that food security in the SSA region lags significantly behind other global regions. Notably, food affordability poses a significant challenge in SSA, as reflected in the region’s lowest score in these aspects of food security. The study also highlights that South Africa, Ghana, Botswana, and Kenya have achieved more favorable levels of food security among SSA countries. To address these challenges, the study recommends substantial investments in agriculture, infrastructure, and climate-resilient agricultural strategies to boost domestic production, among others..
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