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Here you can find an overview of selected scientific conferences in the field of agricultural and food economics. They can take place annually, biannually or triannually.


20-24 August 2024

32nd International Conference of Agricultural Economists (ICAE): Agriculture under the 4th Industrial Revolution

The conference will take place in New Delhi, India from 20-24 August, 2024 with pre-conference workshops on 19 August, 2024 The conference theme captures the latest challenges and opportunities for global food and agriculture: the first plenary will be on the COVID-19 pandemic and its implications for global food and agriculture. Other plenary themes include climate change, water scarcities, digital revolution, dietary transition and health, value chains and trade. Further information available here.

20-22 September 2023

GEWISOLA: Sustainable food systems and land use change

The 2023 Annual Meeting will be held in Göttingen, Germany, September 20-22, 2023. Further information will follow shortly.

29 August-1 September 2023

XVII EAAE Congress: Agri-food systems in a changing world: Connecting science and society

The congress will be held in Rennes (France). It aims at fostering the debate over effective policies, innovative strategies, investment priorities and future-oriented educational programs to change the world through agri-food system transformations. More information available here.

10-13 July 2023

ICA CCR Conference 2023: Innovating in cooperative governance. Governing cooperative innovation

ICA CCR Conference is hosted by the Centre of Expertise for Cooperative Entrepreneurship (KCO KU Leuven) The conference will bring together academia, researchers, and cooperative practitioners from all over the world, as well as policy-makers at the EU and international level, to discuss the latest research and policy developments in the area of cooperative governance. Abstract submission opens on 1 December 2022. More information incl. full call of abstracts is available here.


4-7 July 2023

Institutions and Sustainable Transformation of Bioeconomy Value Chains (ICABR 2023)
The 27th Annual Conference of ICABR (which will be organized together with IICA in Buenos Aires, Argentina)  will explore the state of sustainable transitions in the bioeconomy as a driver of new dynamics in institutional development. Colleagues are encouraged to submit abstracts of 200 words, for posters, papers or proposals for organized sessions (3-4 presenters) by logging into or creating an account on ConfTool: Submission deadline: November 30, 2022. For additional information, please visit the ICABR website:

2-6 July 2023

The 14th European Conference on Precision Agriculture

Organised under the auspices of the International Society of Precision Agriculture (ISPA), by the Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences of the University of Bologna, the ECPA sessions will present Precision Agriculture from the viewpoint of scientists, crop consultants, advisors, extension personnel, agronomists, producers, and other practitioners. Abstract deadline: October 15, 2022. More information available here.

19-20 June 2023

5th International Rehovot Workshop: Agriculture and Economic Development

The Department of Environmental Economics and Management of the Hebrew University and the Center for Agricultural Economic Research will host an international workshop on "Agriculture and Economic Development" in memory of Professor Yair Mundlak. Submission deadline for contributions is March 31st, 2023. More info is available here.

17–19 May 2023

Ninth International Conference on Agricultural Statistics (ICAS IX): Harnessing Data to Inform an Equitable and Sustainable Agri-Food Systems Transformation

ICAS IX will be held over three days in May 2023 in Washington, DC, and will be organized by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the World Bank, in coordination with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and under the aegis of the Committee on Agricultural Statistics of the ISI. Oct 14, 2022 — Submission of abstracts; Jan 20, 2023 — Draft papers due. More info and call for papers here.


20-21 April 2023

51th Annual conference of the Swiss Society for Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Sociology (SGA): Transformation of agri-food systems – sustainability and digitalization of food value chains

At the conference, new scientific findings and practical experiences on the transformation of the agricultural and food sector in the context of more sustainability and digitalisation of value chains will be presented and discussed. Abstract submission: until 15th of October 2022. There will be an award for the best poster and the best presentation. More info is available here.

19-21 April 2023

IAAE 2nd Inter-Conference Symposium: The role of the agribusiness sector in the sustainable development of Latin American economies

The IAAE invites all its members to submit abstracts to the 2 nd Inter-Conference Symposium to be held in Montevideo, Uruguay. Providing a platform for discussion, exchange and networking, we are looking to strengthen the profession throughout the region. The abstract submission site for the three meetings will open August 1, 2022, and the deadline for reception will be November 1, 2022. More info is available here.

27-29 March 2023

97th Annual Conference of The Agricultural Economics Society

The conference will be held at the University of Warwick, UK. AES explicitly intends to support early-career researchers by awarding a prize for the best presentation by a PhD student in the contributed paper sessions and two best poster prizes for early-career researchers. Deadline for symposium and workshop proposals: 31st October 2022; deadline for abstract submission: 16th December 2022. More info available here.

13-17 February 2023

EAAE Seminar 184 / 17th International European Forum (Igls-Forum): System Dynamics and Innovation in Food Networks

This Igls-Forum  in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany)  focuses on the analysis of the food system dynamics and interdependencies; the identification of drivers for sustainable system dynamics in the decision sphere of the system actors (e.g. chain management, consumers, agencies, policy, ets.); and on the identification and promotion of potential system innovations. More info is available here.