Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce (APSTRACT) publishes high quality contributions on topics related to Agribusiness and Commerce and provides managers, researchers and teachers with a forum, where they can publish and acquire research results, case studies and reviews, which are important to the global food chain. The APSTRACT is an Open Access (OA) Journal. Submitted manuscripts should have a relationship to the economics of agriculture, natural resources, environment, or rural development.

Papers should have a practical orientation and demonstrate innovation in analysis, methods, or application. Topic areas include production economics and farm management, agricultural policy, agricultural environmental issues, tourism, regional planning and rural development, metho

Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce (APSTRACT) publishes high quality contributions on topics related to Agribusiness and Commerce and provides managers, researchers and teachers with a forum, where they can publish and acquire research results, case studies and reviews, which are important to the global food chain. The APSTRACT is an Open Access (OA) Journal. Submitted manuscripts should have a relationship to the economics of agriculture, natural resources, environment, or rural development.

Papers should have a practical orientation and demonstrate innovation in analysis, methods, or application. Topic areas include production economics and farm management, agricultural policy, agricultural environmental issues, tourism, regional planning and rural development, methodology, marketing of agricultural and food products, international trade and development, sport management.

Research on a significant economic component, analyses of problems connected to research, extension, and teaching of the International MBA Network in Agribusiness and Commerce are also encouraged.

Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce (APSTRACT): An internationally recognised journal of business and commerce ISSN : 1789-221X, electronic version: ISSN 1789-7874 have been listed on the IDEAS/RePEc.

All of our articles and Issues are available in the following repositories: AgEcon Search and University of Debrecen Electronic ArchiveOur Journal DOI name is: 10.19041/APSTRACT

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Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce (APSTRACT) is the official periodical of the International MBA Network in Agribusiness and Commerce published to promote the discussion and dissemination of applied research in applied economics, agribusiness and commerce carried out within the International MBA Network.

These instructions detail policies and procedures for publishing in the APSTRACT Journal. We recommend that authors refer to these instructions, as well as the Instructions to Authors: Style and Formduring submission, peer review, acceptance, proof correction, and final publication phases.

The journal publishes on its website the Annual Report of the International MBA Network in Agribusiness and Commerce, thus enabling members to have immediate access to the papers. Reactions to articles previously published in APSTRACT should be sent to the Editor.

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To avoid plagiarism, after the manuscript arrives at the editor’s office, it will be checked by an international plagiarism search software programme. If the similarity index is too high the manuscript will be immediately refused.

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Current Issue

Vol 13, No 3-4 (2019)

Published December 30, 2019

Issue Description

This issue of Apstract consists of eleven papers.
Two papers relate to macro-economic issues. One paper is a note on the
Dutch disease in which a simple macro-economic trade model is used to analyse
the resource curse, whereas the other paper.
Investigates the relationship between the global innovation index on the
one hand and, on the other hand, GDP per capita, life expectancy and human
development index.
Two papers discuss general issues with respect to behaviour of suppliers.
The relationship between corporate corporate governance and corporate social
responsibility is the topic of a literature study. The other paper investigates,
by means of desk research the possibility of using drones to improve the
performance of agriculture in Mongolia.
Four papers relate to agricultural firms. Credit access of cocoa farmers in
the Ahafo region in Ghana is the topic of the first paper whereas an agriculturaltechnical
analysis of the production of maize in Hungary is performed in the
second paper. The two other papers to other issues. One paper pays attention to
the water requirements for some selected crops in southern . . .

This issue of Apstract consists of eleven papers.
Two papers relate to macro-economic issues. One paper is a note on the
Dutch disease in which a simple macro-economic trade model is used to analyse
the resource curse, whereas the other paper.
Investigates the relationship between the global innovation index on the
one hand and, on the other hand, GDP per capita, life expectancy and human
development index.
Two papers discuss general issues with respect to behaviour of suppliers.
The relationship between corporate corporate governance and corporate social
responsibility is the topic of a literature study. The other paper investigates,
by means of desk research the possibility of using drones to improve the
performance of agriculture in Mongolia.
Four papers relate to agricultural firms. Credit access of cocoa farmers in
the Ahafo region in Ghana is the topic of the first paper whereas an agriculturaltechnical
analysis of the production of maize in Hungary is performed in the
second paper. The two other papers to other issues. One paper pays attention to
the water requirements for some selected crops in southern Italy, and the one
to the employee turnover and business performance in the Zyimba district in
Zimbabwe.
Three papers focus on consumer behaviour. One paper is a segmentation
study of the Hungarian population based on healthy eating. The topic of the
second paper is the impact of consumer innovativeness on shopping styles among
students in Pakistan. The third paper analyses the characteristics and motivations
of luxury wine buyers (over 50$ per bottle) in the USA.

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