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ARE Distinguished Professor Daniel A. Sumner is being honored among faculty with a 2022 College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Award of Distinction. The Award of Distinction is the highest …
The Department of Agricultural Economics in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of California, Davis is recruiting an Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics. This is an …
ARE Professor Jens Hilscher and Coauthors' Work on Probabilities of Elevated Inflation Cited by IMF and ECB Officials and Numbers Shown in FT Column
In the current environment of highly elevated inflation, Hilscher, Raviv and Reis's paper "How Likely is an Inflation Disaster?" is getting a lot of attention. It was cited by IMF …
ARE Distinguished Professor Ed Taylor and Co-Authors Document the Economic Impacts of WFP Operations in East Africa
At the second regular session of the World Food Programme (WFP) Executive Board meeting in Rome, ARE Distinguished Professor Ed Taylor presented findings from the study “Economic Impact Assessment of …
Seven ARE Ph.D students and three ARE faculty participated in the first-ever Graduate Inclusive Education and Mentoring Training (GET) workshop that took place in early September. The GET workshop, a …
ARE Professor Emeritus Tu Jarvis and Co-Author Publish New Article “Combining Epidemiology and Economics to Assess Control of a Viral Endemic Animal Disease: PRRS”
Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) is an extremely contagious disease that causes great damage to the U.S. pork industry. PRRS is not subject to official control in the U.S., …
ARE Ph.D. Alumni and Professor and Chair Rachael Goodhue Awarded AAEA Honor for Professional Excellence for Co-Authoring Paper: “Balancing Bees and Pest Management: Projected Costs of Proposed Bee-protective Neonicotinoid Regulation in California”
The specialty crop economics section of AAEA awards the Honor for Professional Excellence in recognition of superior achievement in agricultural and applied economics as exemplified by an outstanding published paper …
Organic strawberry growers from Santa Cruz to Salinas, California need to receive $15 per eight-pound tray on average yields to break even, according to a study by the University of …
Multinationals vs Mother Nature? The Impact of Multinational Firms on the Environment
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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.
M.J. MacLachlan, A.M. Liebhold, T. Yamanaka, and M.R. Springborn. Science Advances (2021) 7 (44).
C. Hong, N.D. Mueller, J.A. Burney, Y. Zhang, A. AghaKouchak, F.C. Moore, et al. Nature Food (2020) 1: 167-172.
A. Rupiper, J. Weill, E. Bruno, K. Jessoe and F. Loge. Environmental Research Letters (2022) 17 (3).
D. Ghanem and A. Smith. American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2021) October.
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