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ARE Distinguished Professor and Director of the UC Ag Issues Center Daniel A. Sumner Testified Nov 18 at the State Assembly Committee Hearing on the Economic Impact of Wildfires for CA Agriculture
Dr. Sumner, director of the UC Agricultural Issues Center and UC Davis Distinguished Professor of agricultural and resource economics will testify on November 18 at the State Assembly Committee hearing …
An interest in business and numbers led Erick Tobar to the Managerial Economics major. Tobar, an incoming transfer student, who hopes to become a CPA, said that when deciding where …
Organic farming continues to expand in California and now includes more than 360 commodities, according to a new University of California report. The number of organic growers, acreage and farm …
New Research Co-authored by ARE Ph.D. Candidate Caitlin Kieran Highlights Importance of Understanding Disagreements Between Spouses in Household Surveys
A recent International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) blog post highlights the work of ARE Ph.D. student Caitlin Kieran. Kieran, along with her co-authors, Kate Ambler (Research Fellow with IFPRI's …
New AAEA Publication Details ARE Professor Kristin Kiesel’s Work Developing Important Campus Support Resource
ARE Assistant Professor of Teaching Kristin Kiesel co-authored a recent article for the AAEA Applied Economics Teaching Resources describing the development of an online resource page for students, faculty, and …
ARE Distinguished Professors Richard J. Sexton and Daniel A. Sumner Critique Misguided “Price-Gouging” Lawsuit in New Wall Street Journal Opinion Piece
Published in the Wall Street Journal Aug. 30, 2020 5:13 pm ET New York’s AG Lays a Rotten Egg A lawsuit accuses farmers of price gouging during the pandemic. By …
ARE Researchers Publish New Study in the Journal Food Policy Discussing the Future of Work in the Agri-food System in Developing and Developed Countries
ARE Ph.D. candidate Zachariah Rutledge and ARE Distinguished Professor J. Edward Taylor co-authored a recent article for the journal Food Policy which discusses how work on farms and in the …
Megan was awarded the honor during the 12th annual CAER-IFPRI Annual Conference held October 29-31. The theme of the 2020 conference hosted by China Agricultural Economic Review (CAER) in collaboration …
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