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Quirino Paris grew up in Italy and came to California as a PhD student at UC Berkeley in 1963. He then joined the UC Davis faculty, where he spent his ...
The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) is proud to welcome Dr. Jamie Hansen-Lewis to our faculty as an assistant professor. Dr. Lewis, a specialist in environmental and development ...
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 ...
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 ...
Kristin Kiesel and Co-authors Publish “Consumer and Strategic Firm Response to Nutrition Shelf Labels” in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics
The majority of Americans do not meet dietary guidelines and continue to consume more than the recommended values for added sugars, saturated fats, and overall calories in their diets. While ...
The prize acknowledges outstanding economic work, service to the association, and dedication to the discipline of wine economics.. Pierre received the prize at the 2019 annual meeting of the American ...
ARE Distinguished Professor Richard J. Sexton is the 2019 faculty recipient of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Award of Distinction. The Award of Distinction is the highest recognition ...
ARE faculty and grads gathered at Lake Tahoe in the evening of February 10 for the annual departmental ski day on February 11, this year at Alpine Meadows ski resort. ...
Annals of The New York Academy of Sciences Features ARE - Institute for Global Nutrition Collaboration on Vitamin A Intervention for Children in Cameroon
A new article, “Strategies to achieve adequate vitamin A intake for young children: options for Cameroon” appears in the latest issue of the Annals of The New York Academy of ...
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 ...
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J. Abolofia, F. Asche, and J.E. Wilen. Marine Resource Economics (2017) 32 (3).
O. Sambucci and J.M. Alston. Journal of Wine Economics (2017) 12 (2).
J. Bovay and J.M. Alston. Food Policy (2018) 78: 14-25.
T.J. Lybbert. Economic Development and Cultural Change (2018) 66 (4).
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Quirino Paris grew up in Italy and came to California as a PhD student at UC Berkeley in 1963. He then joined the UC Davis faculty, where he spent his whole career. Quirino was an academician’s academic in that he went to the core of the subject, working with legendary passion and persistence, and never taking shortcuts.
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