Editor Talk Series

Editor Talk Series-1

ICAR-CTCRI ABI along with MANAGE, CRISP and AESA are organizing a series of talks by Editors of High Impact Journals in Social Sciences (specific to Agriculture and Allied Sciences) during July-August 2020

Dr.Val snow is a systems modeller at AgResearch in New Zealand and comes from a soil physics and agricultural science background.Her research focuses on the development and use of simulation models to support technological innovation in pastoral agricultural system and assessment of the impact of land use.Application areas include land use policy,future farming systems ,green house gas mitigation and climate change adaptation .In addition to her research ,Val currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Elsevier journal”Agriculture System”

Editor Talk Series -1  14 July 2020.

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Editor Talk Series-2

Dr Kristin Davis is a Senior Research Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Washington DC, USA. Her research focuses on Agricultural Extension and Education, Agricultural Innovation Systems, Food Security, Sustainable Development, Capacity Development, and Non-profit Organizations. Kristin has a focused on International Agricultural Extension from the University of Florida. In addition to her research Kristin currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Taylor and Francis “Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension (JAEE).

Editor Talk Series -2- 29 July 2020.

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  • The Second in the Editor Talk Series, a joint initiative of #AESA #MANAGE #CRISP #CTCRI was an excellent presentation from the editor of #JAEE Dr. Kristin Davis. The talk covered various points like kind of articles preferred by the journal, peer review process, acceptance rate and tips to avoid desk rejection. Moreover, the talk gave insights about publication ethics, nuts and bolts of professional writing, author support services and open access policy. Thanks to organizers for conducting such a valuable interactive session.