The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Davis invites applications for lecturer positions to teach courses in its undergraduate Managerial Economics major during the 2019-2020.
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This Farm Labor website features research findings from the End of Farm Labor Abundance Project at UC Davis, which documents the declining farm labor supply and its implications for farmers, ...
Ph.D. Alumni Roheim and Anderson Named Fellows of the International Institute for Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET)
Two alumni of UC Davis’ Agricultural and Resource Economics graduate program were honored at the recent 2018 biennial conference of the International Institute for Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET) in ...
Distinguished Professor Daniel Sumner is quoted in a USA Today article, "Could California produce soon cost you more? Farms face labor shortages, immigration woes." In the article, Dr. Sumner discusses ...
Ellen Bruno completed the best Ph.D. dissertation and Xun Wang completed the best M.S. thesis of all department graduate students in 2018, as selected by a faculty committee. Each year, ...
In the article "Economists says still plenty of room for growth in walnut industry," the Western Farm Press reports that nut production in the western states is remaining popular among ...
ARE Emeritus Professor Philip Martin discusses with Capital Public Radio how changes in overtime rules may affect California farmworkers. The changes were passed into law in 2016. The first phase ...
Stephen Vosti, adjunct professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE), was recently honored with a 2019 Chancellor's Award for International Engagement for outstanding international engagement in carrying ...
UC Davis Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics Professor and Vice Chair J. Edward Taylor is quoted in Fortune magazine's article, "The Real Cost of Cheap Groceries." The article focuses ...
Ted Gilliland, Jim Sanchirico and Ed Taylor Show Impacts of Cash Transfers on Natural Resources in PNAS Article
Cash transfer programs assist hundreds of millions of poor individuals in developing countries but stimulate local demand that can cause environmental damage. Degradation of the local environment, in turn, affects ...
Lee and Sumner Article: Economics of New CA Regulations on Manure-Sourced Methane Emissions from Livestock Operations
Hyunok Lee, ARE agricultural economist, and Daniel A. Sumner, ARE Frank Buck, Jr., distinguished professor and UC Agricultural Issues Center director, wrote "Dependence on policy revenue poses risk for investments ...
Assessing the Benefits of Long-Run Weather Forecasting for the Rural Poor
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Workhorses or White Elephants: The Impacts of Earned Autonomy on State-Owned Enterprises
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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.
T.L. Saitone and P.W. McLaughlin. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems (2018) 33 (4): 334-346.
D.K. Lew and D.M. Larson. Marine Fisheries Review (2017) 79 (3-4): 12-25.
S.L. Jardine and J.N. Sanchirico. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2018) 87: 242-257.
J.T. Watson, A.C. Haynie, P.J. Sullivan, L. Perruso, S. O'Farrell, J.N. Sanchirico, et al. Fisheries Research (2018) 207: 85-94.
We consistently rank at the top of the agricultural and applied economics profession and are part of the best university in the world for agriculture and forestry. The depth, breadth and rigor of our teaching, research and outreach enable us to make major contributions to society in the areas of agriculture, environment and natural resources, and international development. We offer a popular Managerial Economics undergraduate major and top-rated Ph.D. and Masters programs.
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The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Assets and Market Access at UC Davis conducts and supports research on policies and programs designed to help poor and smallholder farmers and pastoralists worldwide to manage risk, adopt productive technologies and take an active part in economic growth. Operating with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), our researchers from UC Davis and across the globe are developing and testing solutions that empower small-scale agriculturalists and their communities to build a resilient future free of the need for emergency aid.
Dr. Karen Klonsky, Emeritus University of California Cooperative Extension Specialist in Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Davis died on September 26, 2018, at age 66 after an extended illness.
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