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ARE Launches New Diversity and Inclusion in Research, Education, and Career Training (DIRECT) Program
A new ARE program led by associate professor of teaching Kristin Kiesel and associate professor Steve Boucher aims to enhance and expand pathways to the professoriate for historically underrepresented populations. …
Congratulations to Laurel Krovetz for being named the Outstanding Senior in Managerial Economics! The Outstanding Senior Award recognizes an exceptional undergraduate senior in the major who has achieved academic excellence, …
ARE Distinguished Professor Michael Carter and Co-Authors' Paper Wins 2020 Best Publication Award of the International Section of the AAEA
Congratulations to Michael Carter and co-authors, Sarah A. Janzen and Munenubo Ikegami for winning the 2020 International Section Best Publication Award of the AAEA for their paper published in the …
ARE Professor Ashish Shenoy Co-Author of New Sciences Advances Article, “Falling Living Standards During the Covid-19 Crisis: Quantitative Evidence from Nine Developing Countries”
New research co-authored by ARE assistant professor Ashish Shenoy reveals the economic ramifications of Covid-19 have affected vulnerable households in less-developed countries the hardest. The study, available in the most …
Ph.D. student Xiurou Wu Awarded North American Association of Fisheries Economists (NAAFE) Best Student Presentation
ARE Ph.D. student Xiurou Wu recently won First Prize in the Best Student Presentation Award competition hosted by the North American Association of Fisheries Economists (NAAFE). The competition is normally …
Tor Tolhurst’s dissertation, “Model-Free Tests and Evidence of Bubbles in Real Markets” addresses the identification of bubbles in real markets and provides evidence of bubbles in Midwestern U.S. farmland and …
Ph.D. Candidate Emily McGlynn and Co-Authors’ Working Paper Proposing U.S. Reduction of GHG Emissions by 51% by 2030 Cited in New York Times Article
The New York Times article examines President Biden’s Earth Day climate pledge to drastically reduce carbon emissions and outlines the steps the U.S. will need to take to reach Biden’s …
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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