Bringing together Stakeholders’ Interaction and Economic Modelling: Recent Experiences in Designing Research and Agricultural Policy

Ana Gonzalez-Martinez, Petra Salamon, Martin Banse, Roel Jongeneel


Policies are becoming intensively interrelated while increasing numbers of societal groups and stakeholders are affected. At the same time, current and future challenges require improved capacity in terms of models, their linkages or redesigns to deliver forward-looking insights on policies. Different stakeholder workshops have recently been carried out in the context of two scenario studies to support these activities, including stocktaking, inputs for narratives, validation of the outcomes, acceptance of analysis and drafting future research agendas. This paper describes the approaches applied in both projects, shortly presents their results and findings to finally draw some general conclusions.


Stakeholder; Modelling; Agricultural Policies; Climate Change

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ISSN 1869-6945


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