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Ika Darnhofer, Claire Lamine, Agnes Strauss and Mireille Navarrete (2016): The resilience of family farms: Towards a relational approach. In: Journal of Rural Studies 44 (2016), 111-122.
Ignacio de los Ríos Carmenado, Hilario Becerril Hernandez, María Rivera Mendez and Carmen García Ferrer (2016): Managing for the sustained success of organic food associations: A sustainable management approach from ‘Working with People’ model. In: Andrei Jean-Vasile (ed) (2016) Food science, production, and engineering in contemporary economies. Ploiesti: Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti/Romania, 25-43.
Ignacio de los Ríos Carmenado, Hilario Becerril Hernandez and María Rivera Mendez (2016): Ecological agriculture and its influence on rural prosperity: An agricultural company’s vision (Murcia, Spain). In: Agrociencia 3 (2016), 375-389.
Ignacio de los Ríos Carmenado, María Rivera Mendez and Carmen García Ferrer (2016): Redefining rural prosperity through social learning in the cooperative sector: 25 years of experience from organic agriculture in Spain. In: Land Use Policy 54 (2016), 85-94.
Ignacio de los Ríos Carmenado, María Rivera Mendez, Carmen García Ferrer and Freddy Bolivar Lopez Villavicencio (2015): Sources of resilience in agricultural cooperatives: lessons learnt from 25 years of experience in Murcia (Spain). In: Asta Raupelienė (ed) (2015) Rural development 2015: Towards the transfer of knowledge, innovations and social progress. Proceedings of the 7th international scientific conference, 19-20 November 2015, Kaunas/Lithuania. eISSN 2345-0916.
Karlheinz Knickel (2016): Rethinking rural resilience. In: Rural Connections: The European Rural Development Magazine. Brussels: European Network for Rural Development. Spring 2016, 17.
Karlheinz Knickel (2013): Are we confusing innovation for development? A critical reflection of the meaning of agricultural modernization. In: Rural resilience and vulnerability: The rural as locus of solidarity and conflict in times of crisis. XXVth Congress of the European Society for Rural Sociology 29 July-1 August 2013.
Karlheinz Knickel, Romualdas Zemeckis and Talis Tisenkopfs (2013): A critical reflection of the meaning of agricultural modernization in a world of increasing demands and finite resources. In: Aleksandras Stulginskis University (eds) (2013) Rural development 2013: innovations and sustainability. Proceedings of the 6th international scientific conference, 28-29 November 2013, Kaunas/Lithuania. Vol 6, Book 1. Kaunas, Akademija: ASU Publishing Center, 561-567. eISSN 2345-0916.
RETHINKing the links between farm modernisation, rural development and resilience in a world of increasing demands and finite resources (Karlheinz Knickel, Institute for Rural Development Research, Germany)
RURAGRI – Facing sustainability: new relationships between rural areas and agriculture in Europe (Elfriede Fuhrmann, BMLFUW, Austria)
Transition to a new economic model – RETHINK the future (Janez Potočnik, UNEP International Resource Panel)
Six factors to make governance partnerships work (Elke Rogge, ILVO Vlaanderen / University of Ghent, Belgium)
Knowledge and learning for sustainable and resilient agricultural modernisation (Sandra Šūmane, Baltic Studies Centre, Latvia)
Austria: Organic farming and resilience
Belgium: New form of governance in landscape development
Switzerland: Sub-urban food production systems in a Swiss agglomeration
Germany: Opportunities for creating an eco-economy
Denmark: Landscape strategy making and agriculture
Spain: Innovation and social learning in organic vegetable production
France: Transitions towards ecological production at the farm and territorial scales
Ireland: Farmer adoption of a new nutrient management technology
Israel: Rural innovation in global fluctuation
Italy: Extensive pig production systems
Lithuania: Resilient farming systems and market differentiation
Latvia: Small farms’ development strategies
Sweden: Peri-urban agricultural transformations in Gothenburg
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