Julia Niedermayr

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2013: Master degree in Agricultural and Food Economics, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna

2013-2014: Research Associate at the European Academy of Bozen/Bolzano, Institute for Regional Development and Location Management

Since 2015: Research Associate at the Federal Institute of Agricultural Economics - Department of Agricultural Policy, Rural Sociology and Regional Research

Main areas of work

  • CAP evaluation: Coordination and evaluation activities (agri-environment and animal welfare measures)
  • Analysis of agricultural, regional and social structures of rural areas

Research Projects and Scientific Activities

  • LIVERUR - The Living Lab concept in rural areas >
  • Evaluation of the Rural Development Programme 2014-2020: Coordination of "Evaluation Package E", focus areas "Improving Soil Management" (P4C) in the Austrian Agri-environment Programme >
  • GAP nach 2020 >
  • Functions and services of agriculture and their value to society >
  • SIMRA-Social Innovations in Marginalised Rural Areas (H2020 Project) >


Egartner, S., Niedermayr.J., Wagner, K. (Edts.) (2018): Innovation and Cooperation in Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Rural Regions. Rural Areas and Development Volume 15 of the European Rural Development Network. Institute of Agriculture and Food Economics - National Research Institute Warsaw and Federal Institute of Agricultural Economics Vienna.

Egartner, S., Niedermayr, J., Wagner, K. (edts.). (2018): Studies in Agricultural Economics Volume 120, Number 1 (60). Budapest: Agrárgazdasági Kutató Intézet. Https://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/273112/files/Studies%20120_01_p01-04.pdf

Niedermayr, J. und Wagner, K. (2018): N. Guiomara, N. et al. Typology and distribution of small farms in Europe: Towards a better picture. In: Land Use Policy, 75 (2018) 784-798. Elsevier Ltd. www.elsevier.com/locate/landusepol.

Egartner, S.; Niedermayr, J. und Wagner, K. (2017): Report on the 15th European Development Network Conference. In: ÖGA-Blog. >

Niedermayr, J.; Quendler, E. und Resl, T. (2015): Family farming in Austria - definition, characteristics and developments. Agriculture and Forestry, 61(4): 85-91. >

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