Stamatis Mantziaris

Stamatis Mantziaris
Agricultural University of Athens · Department of Agricultural Economics & Rural Development (RE&D)

Master of Business Administration
STREMMiAA project; National Fisheries Data Collection Programme

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Introduction
Stamatis Mantziaris graduated from the Faculty of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development at the Agricultural University of Athens and holds an MBA in Food & Agribusiness from the same university. Since 2017 he has been a Ph.D. candidate in the scientific field of Agricultural Economics at the Agricultural University of Athens. He has participated in EU and national research projects on sustainability assessment and policy analysis for agriculture, fisheries, and the bioenergy sector.
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February 2017 - February 2022
Agricultural University of Athens
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  • PhD Student

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Publications (16)
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Structural change is integral to evolving economies (Goddard et al., 1993). Although increased agricultural productivity has allowed the release of resources needed by other sectors of the economy, structural change in agriculture usually has a negative connotation in public debate (Balmann and Valentinov, 2016). There are mainly two types of publi...
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Our second workshop on a newly developed, alternative approach to the segmentation of fishing fleets was held from 28th to 30th of March 2022. Due to travel restrictions caused by the global Covid-19 pandemic, the workshop took place online. Cisco Webex provided the online platform. The workshop was hosted by the Thünen Institute for Sea, Fisheries...
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In this study, a comparative analysis is performed between family-run and business-oriented fisheries on their ability to provide societal value. At the beginning, the various Greek fleet segments are allocated in these two groups by using a novel approach based on employment variables. Then, the societal value of both groups is assessed by using t...
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Η παρούσα μελέτη παρουσιάζει τη δομή ενός αλληλοδιαδοχικού υποδείγματος εκμετάλλευσης, που ενσωματώνει την μεθοδολογία γραμμικού προγραμματισμού, σε συνδυασμό με τη στοχαστική διαδικασία ARIMA, ώστε να αξιοποιηθεί για την εκτίμηση διαρθρωτικών αλλαγών. Το υπόδειγμα μπορεί να αποδίδει επαληθεύσιμα αποτελέσματα σύμφωνα με τη θεωρία και την εμπειρική...
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In the present study, a comparative analysis is carried out between Greek small-scale fisheries and large-scale fisheries in order to draw useful conclusions for the development of an appropriate fisheries policy. The methodologies of extended Cost-Benefit analysis and inequality measures are used. The validity of the results is substantiated by th...
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In this study, a comparative analysis is performed between family-run and business-oriented fisheries on their ability to provide societal value. After allocating the various fleet segments in these two groups by using a novel approach based on employment variables, we assess their societal value by using the extended cost-benefit analysis method,...
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Small-scale fisheries account for 94% of the Greek fishing fleet. The sector consists mainly of family-owned vessels and highly depends on family labor. While the role of women as crew members is of particular interest, there is little evidence of their actual employment status, labor situation, and contribution in the fishing activity. This paper...
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In recent years, farmers and policymakers have faced ample challenges and have struggled to support the sustainability of the agricultural sector. Sustainable agriculture encompasses multiple concepts, and its performance produces extensive debate about data requirements, appropriate indicators, evaluation methods, and tools. Under the European Uni...
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In recent years, farmers and policymakers have faced ample challenges and have struggled to support the sustainability of the agricultural sector. Sustainable agriculture encompasses multiple concepts, and its performance produces extensive debate about data requirements, appropriate indicators, evaluation methods, and tools. Under the European Uni...
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Traditionally, fishing activity is dominated by men, as the term “fisherman” implies. However, women are largely engaged in fishing activity, especially in small-scale fisheries. Nevertheless, their contribution is frequently ignored and continue to be under-acknowledged in marine and fisheries management as well as in policy design [1–3]. Utilizi...
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This article studies the potential of three perennial energy crops, miscanthus, arundo and poplar, to play such a role in the region of Karditsa, Greece. The relevant policy mix is analysed, discussed and outlined as a nexus of interrelated incentives provided by policy makers and the market. Supply curves for different energy crops can be used as...
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This paper examines the impacts of the national implementation of the CAP reform 2014-20 and the Third Memorandum fiscal-social insurance policy commitments of the Greek government, on the crop-mix decisions and the viability of business oriented arable farming in Thessaly. Farmers' reactions to policy measures are assessed by means of mathematical...
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A key challenge internationally is the design of policies that will result in the substitution of conventional energy sources with renewable energy sources. The European Union has set a legally binding target of 20% final energy consumption from renewable sources by 2020 but not all EU countries have been successful in meeting interim targets towar...
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This study examines the impacts on the viability and employment of business oriented arable farms, of the policy mix, namely the national implementation of the CAP reform 2014-20 and the Third Memorandum fiscal-social insurance policy commitments of the Greek government. The study draws on a sample of arable farms in Karditsa regional department, C...
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This paper examines the impacts of the national implementation of the CAP reform 2014-20 and the fiscal policy derived from the Third Memorandum on the crop-mix decisions and the viability of business oriented Greek arable farming. A mathematical programming model is specified maximizing farmers' utility subject to agronomic, institutional and reso...
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Proceedings of the 14th Special Conference of the Hellenic Operational Research Society -11th Meeting of Multicriteria Decision Analysis «Agricultural Development and Rural Economy using Multicriteria Decision Analysis»,12-14 March 2015,Agrinio,Greece

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The STREMMiAA project aims to develop an innovative tool for assessing the impact of policies on structural change in the agricultural sector. This impact assessment tool relies on the coupling of a recursive/sequential linear programming farm model, stochastic processes and farm firm growth rules. This research is co-financed by Greece and the European Union (European Social Fund-ESF) through the Operational Programme “Human Resources Development, Education and Lifelong Learning” in the context of the project “Strengthening Human Resources Research Potential via Doctorate Research” (MIS-5000432), implemented by the State Scholarships Foundation (ΙΚΥ)
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The overall purpose of WATBIO is to raise the economic and environmental performance of biomass crops grown on drought-stressed marginal lands using plant genetic improvement through more efficient breeding.
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The overall purpose of WATBIO is to raise the economic and environmental performance of biomass crops grown on drought-stressed marginal lands using plant genetic improvement through more efficient breeding. WATBIO proposes to develop new improved germplasm suited to water-stressed environments in three non-food crops for biomass and biobased products: a woody perennial tree crop (Populus spp.), a C4 grass (Miscanthus spp.) and a C3 grass of considerable potential but as yet, hardly developed (Arundo donax L.). These novel second generation biomass crops will out- perform grain and oil crops such as wheat, oil seed rape and palm oil, when used to generate biofuels.