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Annual ARE Faculty-Grad Student Ski and Snow Play Day Held in Tahoe
On February 2, thirty-three faculty and grads arrived at Distinguished Professor Rich Sexton’s house in the Lake Tahoe region for the annual ARE ski and snow play day held on …
ARE Professors Receive Graduate Mentoring Awards
ARE Associate Professor Steve Boucher and ARE Distinguished Professor Richard Sexton were selected as recipients of the Graduate Program Advising and Mentoring Award. The Graduate Program Advising and Mentoring Awards …
ARE Distinguished Professor Michael Carter Recipient of the Chancellor’s Award for International Engagement
ARE Distinguished Professor Michael Carter was named as one of two recipients of the 2022 Chancellor’s Award for International Engagement. The award recognizes UC Davis faculty and staff members for …
ARE Professor Dalia Ghanem Elected to the Regional Standing Committee (RSC) of the Econometric Society Representing Africa
Congratulations to professor Dalia Ghanem who was recently elected to the Regional Standing Committee (RSC) of the Econometric Society representing Africa. Professor Ghanem grew up in Egypt, earning her undergraduate …
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 …
UCD ARE Collaboration with WFP Finds Economic Benefits from Giving Land to Refugees
A new study, published in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics, finds that providing refugees with agricultural land significantly improves their welfare and self-reliance, while creating positive economic spillovers for …
New NASEM Report Co-Authored by ARE Professor and Chair Rachael Goodhue Finds Supply of Native Seeds Insufficient to Meet the Needs of Ecological Restoration Projects
A new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine says the insufficient supply of seeds from native plants is a major barrier to ecological restoration and other …
ARE Assistant Professor Jamie Hansen-Lewis Selected as a 2023 Environmental Faculty Fellow
Congratulations to ARE Assistant Professor Jamie Hansen-Lewis who was selected as one of the UC Davis Institute of the Environment’s 2023 Environmental Faculty Fellows. Fellows are early and mid-career faculty …
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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.
Food versus Fuel? Impacts of the North Dakota Oil Boom on Agricultural Prices
J.B. Bushnell, J.E. Hughes, and A. Smith. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (2021) 9 (1).
Learning by (virtually) doing: experimentation and belief updating in smallholder agriculture
E. Tjernström, T.J. Lybbert, R. Frattarola Hernández, J.S. Correa. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization (2021) 189: 28-50.
Viewpoint: The future of work in agri-food
M.H. Gharib, L.H. Palm-Forster, T.J. Lybbert, and K.D. Messer. Food Policy (2021) 99.
Worth the Hype? Tall Vines Raise Profits for Some – Tradeoffs for All
S. Kiely, M. Langone, L. McPhail, L. Ren, ... T.J. Lybbert, et al. Catalyst: Discover into Practice (2021) January.
Latest ARE Update
ARE Update Vol. 26, No. 3, Jan/Feb, 2023
- Lang, Hairu, Kristin Kiesel and Richard Sexton. "How Well Are California’s Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes Working?"
- Turland, Madeline, Rick Barichello and Colin Carter. "Canadian-U.S. Dairy Trade Dispute: A Tempest in a Teapot."
- Fenton, Marieke and Brittney Goodrich. "Economic Considerations of Growing Bee-Friendly Cover Crops in Almond Orchards: Grower and Beekeeper Perspectives."
We consistently rank at the top of the agricultural and applied economics profession and are part of the best university in the world for agriculture and forestry. The depth, breadth and rigor of our teaching, research and outreach enable us to make major contributions to society in the areas of agriculture, environment and natural resources, and international development. We offer a popular Managerial Economics undergraduate major and top rated Ph.D. and Masters programs.
Our newly implemented Diversity and Inclusion in Research Education and Career Training (DIRECT) program will expose, encourage, prepare and involve students from diverse backgrounds in agricultural economics. It is closely aligned with a campus-wide commitment to recognize and nurture talent and achievement by supporting diversity and equal opportunity in education. For more information, see: UCD Principles of Community, UCD Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and UCD Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Vision.
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