Vol. 41 No. 4 (2019)
This issue consist of twelve scientific publications which presents research results such as assumptions for short food supply chains organisation, challenges of greeting the supply chain, monitoring of food security at regional level, structure and concentration of domestic market of raw milk in Lithuania, modeling the system of social stability through the food safetyparadigm and other actual research results.
Vol. 41 No. 3 (2019)
This journal consist of 11 scientific publications. The research topics are broad and have scientific and practical value. Authors are presenting the research results which describes influence of infrastructure development on economic growth; problems and perspectives of economic security; opportunities for organic production development; public and private partnership and etc.
Vol. 41 No. 2 (2019)
This regular journal number consists of twelve scientific articles. Presented research topics are very broad and include today's scientific discussions and practical issues regarding good governance, green technologies, logistics quality management problems and perspectives, efficiency of the innovative use of waste, waste management and other important issues. The scientific publications are significant due to new theoretical scientific insights and the practical application of research results in local and global context.
Vol. 41 No. 1 (2019)
This journal number consist of 12 scientific articles which are presented by researchers from UK, Norway, Switzerland, Cyprus, Jordan, Ukraine, Slovakia, Russia, Poland and Lithuania.
Scientists have analyzed economic security enhancement relations, investment in high technologies, opportunities for improving product competitiveness, a cost-effectiveness issues in agricultural supply chain marketing, barriers and opportunities for small business development in rural areas,and other topical scientific and practical issues of today.
Vol. 40 No. 4 (2018)
The last journal number of 2018 consist of fourteen scientific articles. The editorial board are proud to announce that the geographical scope of researchers is growing. Published articles has been prepared by scientists not only from Baltic countries: Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Poland, but also Eastern Europe and Central Asia: Ukraine, China, Malaysia as well as Central Europe: Italy and Germany, United States.
In this journal number are published a highly important research results related to such topics as bioeconomy development potential from the perspective of innovation economics in European regions; presented the world trends of organic production and consumption; presented model for ensuring the economic security in the agrarian sector, analyzed the concept of research on Logistics management and public networks as well as other research topics.
Vol. 40 No. 3 (2018)
This regular journal number consists of twelve scientific articles, which has been prepared by scientists from Lithuania, Italy, Poland, Ukraine, China and other countries. Presented research topics are very broad and include today's scientific discussions and practical issues.
It has been published the researches related to environmental management issues and its social – economic monitoring, global innovation ecosystem modeling, rural communities settlements as a self-government models, gastronomic cultural heritage, clustering international agricultural trades and other actual research results.
The scientific publications are significant due to new theoretical scientific insights and the practical application of research results.
Vol. 40 No. 2 (2018)
The edition of this scientific journal consists of fifteen scientific articles, which has been prepared by researchers’ groups from Lithuania, Poland, United Kingdom, Japan, Russia, Jordan, Ukraine, Latvia and other countries.
In this regular journal number, has been published the research which explains the role of rural development management administrators in realization process, has been presented factors that is affecting European innovation partnership, the methodology of the creation and evaluation of logistic services value; modeling of the prospects for sustainable development of agricultural territories in the pilot networks and other important research findings.