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ARE Professor Jens Hilscher and Coauthors Post Working Paper and Launch Website Showing Monthly Probability of Persistent Elevated Inflation (Inflation Disasters) in the U.S. and the Eurozone
The 5y5y inflation—expected inflation for the five-year period starting in five years—is a common measure of long-run inflation. Hilscher, Raviv and Reis's new paper "How likely is an inflation disaster?" …
Dr. Daniel Sumner in the department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Davis seeks to fill 1-2, one-year full-time research assistant position at the Junior Specialist …
ARE Professor Michael Carter Authors New Piece in “The Conversation” Highlighting Research on Risk Management
The outreach article in The Conversation highlights work Carter did in cooperation with ARE associate professor Steve Boucher, professor Travis Lybbert and former Ph.D. students Jonathan Malacarne and Laura Paul.
Congratulations to managerial economics academic advisor, Jemi Okolo for being named one of the recipients of the 2022 Eleanor and Harry Walker Academic Advising Awards. The Eleanor and Harry Walker …
ARE Distinguished Professor Colin Carter and Co-Author’s Research Cited in Recent GAO Study of USDA Market Facilitation Program
Partly based on the research of Carter and co-author Sandro Steinbach, the GAO found that the USDA over-compensated some U.S. midwestern farmers by billions of dollars for economic losses associated …
After a year off due to COVID, the ARE Ski/Snow-Play Day returned this month. ARE faculty and grads gathered at Lake Tahoe in the evening of February 24 for the …
Resilience+ Innovation Facility to Unlock Agricultural Transformation in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia
The Resilience+ Innovation Facility led from UC Davis ARE seeks to spark inclusive agricultural transformation among small-scale farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia with a $5 million five-year grant …
2022 California Agribusiness Executive Seminar Examines Strategies for Competing in a Changing Environment
The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) and Wells Fargo Bank recently hosted the 2022 California Agribusiness Executive Seminar. This biennial seminar brings together top executives and leaders in …
Milk Dumping in Federal Orders: Causes, Consequences, and Costs
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Global Shipping Container Disruptions and U.S. Agricultural Exports
May 26, 4:10 PM - 5:30 PM
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.
D. Ghanem, S. Shen, and J. Zhang. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (2020) 7 (5).
Stephie Fried, Kevin Novan, and William B. Peterman. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Economic Letter (2021) (16).
Olena Sambucci, Daniel A Sumner. Conference Paper (2021).
E. Benami and M.R. Carter. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy (2021) 43 (4): 1196-1220.
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