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International Conference on Agribusiness in Emerging Economies January 3-4, 2018

This international conference is a collaborative effort by the TERI University and Whitman School of Management and South Asia Center at Syracuse University, USA and The Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies.

This conference aims to bring together scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and other stakeholders from around the world to present and share their original research and expertise on agribusiness in the developing and emerging economies. The conference will cover a broad spectrum of themes, methodologies, and research approaches including empirical, conceptual, review, and case studies.

  • To find out more about the conference go here:
  • Call for papers is here: 
  • There is no special issue, papers will be submitted by authors to a standard issue of The Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies if they wish.

More about the Conference

Scholars, practitioners, and policymakers from around the world are invited to submit original research papers based on the themes given in theme section. The following are illustrative of the scope of the conference and are not meant to be exhaustive.


  • Climate change and agribusiness; Managing food and agribusiness firms including cooperatives; Public policy issues in agribusiness; Marketing, distribution, and retailing in agribusiness; Value chains and strategic alliances; Agricultural finance, insurance, and risk management; Information and communication technologies in agribusiness; Supply chains in agribusiness; Food and nutritional security and its implications in agribusiness; Agribusiness education; Gender issues in agribusiness; Sustainable consumption and production (including sustainable standards); Innovations in agribusiness; Rural development and agribusiness; Agribusiness and ecosystem services; Sustainability and corporate social responsibility; Sustainable agriculture; Food-water-energy nexus

Abstract Submission

  • Authors who wish to present their research at the conference must submit the following: title of the paper, names, affiliations and emails of authors, extended abstract of 500 words, and 4–5 keywords in Times New Roman font size 12, single spaced. Email id and contact number of corresponding author should be given as a footnote:
  • to submit the abstract. All accepted abstracts will be published online. Acceptance of abstracts implies the work will be presented in the conference and at least one author will register and attend the conference.

Paper Submission

  • Authors whose abstracts have been accepted may submit a full-length paper if they wish to have their papers further considered for possible publication by JADEE. Papers may be revised and submitted after presenting and receiving feedback at the conference
  • For Full paper submission kindly email us

Peer mentoring

  • Experienced Scholars will be peer mentors and give one-on-one guidance to early career faculty and doctoral students who submit a full-length paper. In addition, a session will be held during the conference focusing on the process of conducting impactful research and enhancing the skill set of emerging researchers.
  • Notification of Peer Mentoring: November 30, 2017


  • Submitted papers to JADEE - you may publish in the journal subject to double blind peer review process
  • Conference proceedings will be complied as a book and also made available in CD.