icon kleinThe AGMEMOD Network aims to establish not only a coalition of agricultural economists working together across common markets, but also to create advisory circles of experts in agricultural commodity markets and sectors in each country covered by AGMEMOD, to validate and thereby improve the model’s results. This process has led to the development of a core competency in the economic modelling of agricultural commodity markets and agricultural policy analysis, enhancing the quality of information available for national and supra-national policy and decision making at all levels.

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AGMEMOD network (Coordination: Thünen Institute and – Wageningen Economic Research (WecR) consists of universities, research institutes and government agencies from all EU 27 Member States. There are also partners from other European countries (Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan) and other some countries outside Europe: Brazil, Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya and Rwanda have joined the AGMEMOD network.