Studies in Agricultural Economics 

volume 116 number 3 pages 114-167 can now be accessed and downloaded free of charge at www.aki.gov.hu/studies. Click on ‘Current volume’ in the drop-down menu.

Catching up with the West? Europeanisation of rural policies in Hungary and Poland
(pages 114-121)
Anna AUGUSTYN and NEMES Gusztáv

Peripheralisation trends in rural territories: the case of Lithuania
(pages 122-130)
Gintarė POCIŪTĖ-SEREIKIENĖ, Edis KRIAUČIŪNAS and Rūta UBAREVIČIENĖ

The role and importance of public employment programmes: the case of Hajdúböszörmény micro-region, Hungary
(pages 131-139)
OLÁH Judit

Farmers’ risk perception, risk aversion and strategies to cope with production risk: an empirical study from Poland
(pages 140-147)
Piotr SULEWSKI and Anna KŁOCZKO-GAJEWSKA

Do Black Sea maize prices influence maize futures price discovery in Hungary? An analysis of the relationship between Hungarian and Black Sea maize prices
(pages 148-152)
POTORI Norbert and JÓZSA Mónika

Determinants of food availability and access in Ghana: what can we learn beyond the regression results?
(pages 153-164)
Philip Kofi ADOM

The Common Agricultural Policy and productivity gains in Romanian agriculture: is there any evidence of convergence to the Western European realities?
(pages 165-167)
Ionel-Mugurel JITEA and Cristina Bianca POCOL

Front and back matter
(pages xvi-xxv)