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Eliana Zeballos, University of California, Davis

Catching Up or Pulling Down? Interpersonal Comparisons and Destructive Actions: Experimental Evidence from Bolivia

October 12, 4:10 PM - 5:30 PM

Sheila Olmstead, University of Texas, Austin


October 14, 4:10 PM - 5:30 PM

Antoine Champetier de Ribes, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich

The Agricultural and Economic Impacts of Pollinator Density Change

October 15, 4:10 PM - 5:30 PM

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Our faculty participate actively in the Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics. The broad mission of the Foundation is to promote and support research and outreach activities in agricultural economics and rural development relevant to California.

Recent Publications

Getting patents and economic data to speak to each other: An 'Algorithmic Links with Probabilities' approach for joint, analyses of patenting and economic activity

Travis J. Lybbert and Nikolas J. Zolasb. Research Policy 43 (2014) 530-542.

A new market for an old food: the U.S. demand for olive oil

Bo Xiong, Daniel Sumner, William Matthews. Agricultural Economics 45 (2014) supplement 107-118.

Market integration and natural resource use in developing countries: a linked agrarian-resource economy in Northern Honduras

DT Manning, JE Taylor, JE Wilen. Environment and Development Economics 19 (02), 133-155.

Genetic erosion in maize's center of origin

George A. Dyer, López-Feldman, Yúnez-Naude, and J. Edward Taylor. PNAS, 111(39) (2014):14094-14099.

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The BASIS Assets and Market Access Collaborative Research Support Program (AMA CRSP) is a virtual institute comprised of researchers from around the globe that operates in support of USAID's Bureau of Economic Growth, Agriculture and Trade. The AMA CRSP aims to improve the agricultural competitiveness and quality of life of the rural poor in the developing world through policy-relevant research that is dedicated to improving access to resources and enhancing the operation of markets.