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The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) is pleased to welcome Dr. Matthew Reimer to our faculty as an Associate Professor. Matt’s appointment is joint with the Department of ...
Open Position: Academic Coordinator II, Assistant Director, California Agribusiness Executive Seminar and Communications Director, Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics
The Assistant Director supports professional development for agribusiness executives through the CAES and the research and outreach missions of the GFAE and the UC faculty that comprise its membership. The ...
We are excited to announce the launch of the newly redesigned Managerial Economics website. The new website is built on SiteFarm, the campus-supported content management system (CMS) service. The Managerial ...
Brittney Goodrich, Jeffrey Williams and Rachael Goodhue publish study on “The Great Bee Migration” in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics
Every winter, most honey bee colonies in the U.S. are loaded onto semi-trucks and shipped to California to pollinate almond orchards. Without this mass migration of honey bee colonies (and ...
The project, led by ARE Professor J. Edward Taylor, used simulation methods to measure the local-economy impacts of Kenya’s national school meals program. A team of UCD ARE graduate students ...
ARE PhD student Charlotte Ambrozek has been named a 2020-2021 fellow in the Professors for the Future (PFTF) Program. Ambrozek will join 14 other doctoral students and postdoctoral scholars from ...
Ashish Shenoy and ARE Students Present Online at Annual Pacific Conference for Development Economics
ARE assistant professor Ashish Shenoy and Ph.D. students, Xiaoman Luo and Daniel Putman, presented at the 13th annual Pacific Conference for Development Economics (PacDev) on March 14. Hosted by UC ...
ARE Distinguished Professor Richard Sexton was featured in an ABC 10 News story about the battle between housing a growing California population and preserving the state’s farmland. Using Sexton’s work ...
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.
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M.A.Wright, T.K.M.Beatty, and H.H.Chouinard. Food Policy (2020) January.
M.R. Carter, S.A. Janzen, and Q. Stoeffler. In L. Lipper, N. McCarthy, D. Zilberman, S. Asfaw, and G. Branca (Eds.), Climate Smart Agriculture: Building Resilience to Climate Change (2018) Springer: 201-225.
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