Aims & Scope

Agricultural education and extension face profound change, and therefore the field’s core area of attention is moving towards communication, competence development and performance improvement for a wide variety of fields and audiences, most of which can be studied from a multi-disciplinary perspective. Agriculture Extension in Developing Countries AEDC is published research needed for theoretical development and improve policies, strategies, methods and practices for agricultural education and extension in developing countries. The Journal accepts authoritative and well-referenced scientific articles within the field of agricultural education and extension in developing nations after a double-blind peer review process, including:

  • Advisory Services and Intermediaries
  • Agricultural Entrepreneurship and Learning
  • Communication for Development
  • Competence Management and Development
  • Design and Implementation of Competence–based Education
  • Digital Extension and Education
  • Environmental and Natural Resource Management
  • Facilitating Multi-Stakeholder Processes
  • Human Resource Development/Agricultural Human Capital
  • Innovation of Agricultural-Technical Education
  • Innovation Systems and Learning
  • Integrated Rural Development
  • Interdisciplinary and Social Learning
  • Learning, Conflict and Decision Making
  • Performance Improvement
  • Sustainable Agricultural Production
  • Women in Agriculture