Resilience capacities as perceived by European farmers

A. Spiegel, H.T. Slijper, Y. de Mey, M.P.M. Meuwissen*, P.M. Poortvliet, Jens Rommel, Helena Hansson, Mauro Vigani, Bárbara Soriano, Erwin Wauters, Franziska Appel, Federico Antonioli, Camelia Gravilescu, Piotr Gradziuk, R. Finger, Peter H. Feindt

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The ability of a farm to cope with challenges is often conceptualised as resilience. Although improving resilience of farms is a major policy goal in the European Union, the current state of resilience is often unknown. Previous resilience assessments have been based either on pre-defined indicators or on perceptions. In particular, empirical research of perceived resilience is still limited and usually restricted to one specific resilience capacity, one challenge, or one function.
Original languageEnglish
Article number103224
JournalAgricultural Systems
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2021


  • SustainabilityLatent variable analysisFarm surveyCommon Agricultural PolicyRisk management


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