The Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economics (NAAE) is a voluntary, non-governmental and professional association aimed at fostering the growth and development of the agricultural sector. Its scope encompasses the academia, public servants business cycles, private practitioners and the farmers.
The association has over 1000 membership cutting across all fields of endeavor. The association was established in 1980 but had the first conference in 1981 at the University of Ibadan.
Here is the President view on Border Closure >>
AGRICULTUREDon calls for measures to cushion long time effect of border closurePublished 8 ...
Update on the online discussion held on the 7th of may, 2020 >>
Experts from within and outside Nigeria have called for agricultural research into stemming the ...
Astronomical Rise in Prices of Food Items >>
The Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE) has expressed concern over astronomic ...
Submission Guidelines for AE-FUNAI Colloquium >>
Dear Professional Colleaques, This is to inform us that the platform for uploading our paper ...
2020 conference (UYO2020) >>
Good day ALL.The LOC for our 2020 conference (UYO2020) has been reviewing situations and tre ...
Agricultural Commercialization in Nigeria: A Focus on the Cocoa Sector-Past, Present and Future >>
Call for Papers The cocoa economy developed as an innovation within the traditional and non ...
LAFIA 2021 Conference >>
As of today, the 25th day of April, 2021, the 2021 conference of the *Nigerian Association of Ag ...
NJAE Journal >>
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The 2021 conference (LAFIA2021) is here >>
Good day ALL. The 2021 conference (LAFIA2021) is here. We are counting days down to the commence ...
Migration: Impacts and Responses Migration, viewed from the individual's perspective is a push to alternative markets where migrants hope to earn a better living; the push is often rooted in the comparative difference in the levels of development of the rural and urban areas. The imbalance between the urban and rural sectors in developi ...read more >>
Call for Papers The cocoa economy developed as an innovation within the traditional and non-economic institutional framework of south western Nigerian. The sector is built mainly on the back bone of smallholder farmers, men and women, who overtime have ensured the supply of the produce. It has also gone through several phases of economic shocks, disince ...read more >>
Good day ALL. The LOC for our 2020 conference (UYO2020) has been reviewing situations and trends so as to ensure that we are able to have a successful and memorable conference as we always do. The options have been whether we should hold a face-to-face conference or make it virtual. Good as the arguments for virtual conference are, the difficult ...read more >>
Not long after we had wished ourselves happy and prosperous 2020 that news started filtering in of the outbreak of SARS-virus in China. As the days go by, so the number of people continue to rise until WHO named the disease COVID-19 and declared it as a global pandemic (I am still going to find out how it differs from epidemic). Gradually the ...read more >>
I hope you are fine and safe. On behalf of NEC and the LOC for our 2020 conference, I express our profound appreciation for the interest and enthusiasm shown towards the activities of the Association, particularly the 2020 conference. As at the last count over 100 authors have submitted papers for presentation at the conference. The LO ...read more >>
COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND NIGERIA’S SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT The Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE) wishes to express concern over the long-term impact of #COVID-19 pandemic on the Socio-economic and cultural life of Nigeria and Nigerians. The pandemic lead to the closure of all educational institutions in the country since ...read more >>
The death has occurred of Prof. Peter Adebola OKUNEYE, a Fellow and former President of the Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE) between 2011 and 2017. The untimely death occurred on Monday 8th June, 2020 at the age of 68 years. Prof. Okuneye was born on the 23rd day of December, 1952 in Ijebu-Igbo, Ogun State. He was a wo ...read more >>
Suddenly everything is changing globally. The way we live and work, our social and community relations, etc. The advent of COVID-19 took everybody unawares. The numbers are still counting and we don’t have idea how and when all this will end. W ...read more >>
Conference theme : Agricultural Risks and Mitigation in Nigeria Conference Venue: University of Uyo, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State Conference Date : 19th – 22nd October, 2020 Conference Sub Themes Handling Climate Change and Natural Resources Risks in Agriculture Managing the effects of governance and policy risks in agriculture Agricultural institu ...read more >>
The World Bank is launching a competition for students for input into the next World Development Report 2019: “The Changing Nature of Work”. The draft Report is available online for public review and is updated every Friday: http://pubdocs.worldbank.org/en/816281518818814423/2019-WDR-Draft-Report.pdf. The Report analyzes the impact of t ...read more >>