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 The following articles were written by BFAP team members and published in peer-reviewed Journals:

  • Kirsten, J.F., Vermeulen, H., Van Zyl, K., Du Rand, G., Du Plessis, H., Weissnar, T. (2017). Do South African Consumers have an Appetite for an Origin-based Certification System for Meat Products? A Synthesis of Studies on Perceptions, Preferences and Experiments. International Journal on Food System Dynamics, 8(1):54-71.
  • Vermeulen, H., Schönfeldt, H.C. & Pretorius, B. (2015). A consumer perspective of the South African red meat classification system. South African Journal of Animal Science, 45(3):339-354. Special issue: Relevance of the South African Carcass Classification System.
  • K. van Zyl, H. Vermeulen and J.F. Kirsten (2013) Determining South African consumers’ willingness to pay for certified Karoo lamb: An application of an experimental auction, Agrekon, 52:4, 1-20.
  • Von Fintel, D. and Pienaar, L. (2013). Hunger in the former apartheid homelands: Determinants of converging food security after the 1913 Land Act. In J. Hofmeyer, & A. Nyoka, Confronting Exclusion (pp. 71-85). Cape Town: Institute for Justice and Reconciliation. (Click Here to download)
  • Reynolds, Sanri, Ferdinand Meyer, Michela Cutts and Nick Vink, 2009. Modeling Long-term Commodities: the Development of a Simulation Model for the South African Wine Industry within a Partial Equilibrium Framework.Journal of Wine Economics, Volume 4, Issue 2, Winter 2009, Pages 201–218
  • Gebrehiwet, Y., Meyer, F. And Kirsten, J.F. (2011). Integrating agricultural input expenditure into a partial equilibrium model of South African agricultural sector, Agrekon, Issue 2, Vol. 50, June, Pages: 83-101
  • Strydom, D.B.; Meyer, F.; Taljaard, P.R.; Willemse, B.J. (2010).  The impact of maize-based ethanol production on the competitiveness of the South African animal feed industry , Agrekon, Vol 49, Issue 3, Sep, Pages: 267-292
  • Strauss, P.G.; Meyer, F.H.; Kirsten, J.F.(2010).  When probability distributions miss the point using scenario thinking and stochastic modelling in conjunction,  Agrekon, Vol 49, Issue 2, Jul, Pages:145-167
  • Funke, T.; Strauss, P.G.; Meyer, F. (2009).  Modelling the impacts of the industrial biofuels strategy on the South African agricultural and biofuel subsectors, Agrekon, Vol 48, Issue 3, Sep, Pages: 223-244
  • Reynolds, S. (2009). Analysing the South African table grape industry within a partial equilibrium framework , Agrekon, Vol 48, Issue 2, June, Pages: 124-154
  • Strauss, P.G.; Meyer, F.H.; Kirsten, J.F. (2008).  Facilitating decision-making in agriculture by using a system of models,  Agrekon, Vol 47, Issue 3, Sep, Pages: 346-364
  • Meyer, F.; Strauss, P.G.; Funke, T.(2008).  Modelling the impacts of macro-economic variables on the South African biofuels industry, Agrekon, Vol 47, Issue 3, Sep, Pages: 327-345
  • Meyer, F. Kirsten, J.F.; Binfield, J.; Westhoff, P. (2006). Model closure and price formation under switching grain market regimes in South Africa , Agrekon, Vol 45, Issue 4, Dec, Pages: 369-380
  • Meyer F.H., and J.F. Kirsten (2005). “Modelling the Market Outlook and Policy Alternatives for the Wheat Sector in South Africa”, Agrekon, Vol 44, No 2, June 2005.
  • Meyer F.H, D. Poonyth, and J. van Zyl (2000). “Forecasting the Market Outlook for the South African Maize and Sorghum Sector using Econometric Modelling”, Agrekon, Vol 39, No 4, December 2000.

Books or Book Chapters written by BFAP Team members:

  • Schönfeldt, H.C., Gibson, N. & Vermeulen, H. (2011).  The Likely Impact of Food Price Increases on Nutritionally Vulnerable Households in South Africa. Chapter 9 in the CABI book on the /Food and Financial Crisis in Sub Saharan Africa, to be published in the near future