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CODEN: FAMOCP
ISSN: 2716-6678 (Online)

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FOOD & AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT (FABM)

Food and agribusiness have a massive economic, social, and environmental footprint—the $5 trillion industry represents 10 percent of global consumer spending, 40 percent of employment, and 30 percent of greenhouse-gas emissions. Although sizable productivity improvements over the past 50 years have enabled an abundant food supply in many parts of the world, feeding the global population has reemerged as a critical issue.

Introduction

Food and agribusiness have a massive economic, social, and environmental footprint—the $5 trillion industry represents 10 percent of global consumer spending, 40 percent of employment, and 30 percent of greenhouse-gas emissions. Although sizable productivity improvements over the past 50 years have enabled an abundant food supply in many parts of the world, feeding the global population has reemerged as a critical issue. If current trends continue, by 2050, caloric demand will increase by 70 percent, and crop demand for human consumption and animal feed will increase by at least 100 percent. At the same time, more resource constraints will emerge: for example, 40 percent of water demand in 2030 is unlikely to be met. Already, more than 20 percent of arable land is degraded.1 Moreover, food and energy production are competing, as corn and sugar are increasingly important for both. Such resource scarcity could lead to political unrest on a large scale if left unaddressed. Agricultural technologies that raise productivity even in difficult conditions and the addition of land for cultivation in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, and South America may ease the burden, but meeting the entire demand will require disruption of the current trend.

Aims & Scope

Food and Agribusiness Management (FABM) is a thriving discipline that refers to the collective business activities in food, fiber and agricultural supply chains. With the world’s population expected to reach 9.8 billion in 2050, the food and agribusiness sector has never been more important. Undertaking the Food and Agribusiness Management shall provide the opportunity for world-wide shift towards more complex, technology-intensive agricultural systems and management and challenges to produce healthier and more socially and environmentally-responsible food. The journal provides solid understanding of the interlinkages between food and agricultural market structure, international and domestic policies, and innovations and sustainability issues. With its strong practical focus, FABM journal equip to work-ready through real-world economic, financial, marketing, accounting and management learning, as well as engagement with industry, governments and other stakeholders.

Food and Agribusiness Management (FABM) journal focus on the following key topics;

  • Agri Commodity Markets
  • Agribusiness Governance
  • Agribusiness Resource Management
  • Agribusiness Technology
  • Analytical Methods in Economics and Finance
  • Animal Protein
  • Beverages
  • Consumer Foods
  • Dairy
  • F&A Supply Chains
  • Farm Inputs
  • Fresh Produce
  • Global Challenges: Food, Water and Climate
  • Grains & Oilseeds
  • Sugar
  • Strategic Supply Chain Management

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