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Michael Carter Wins AAEA Publication of Enduring Quality Award

July 31, 2019

ARE Professor Michael Carter has won the 2019 Publication of Enduring Quality Award from the Association of Agricultural and Applied Economics (AAEA) for his paper "The Economics of Poverty Traps ...

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Goodhue Presents to International Nut and Dried Fruit Council Academia Executive Education Students

July 15, 2019

Professor Rachael Goodhue presented case studies on strategic management to the students in the 2019 International Nut and Dried Fruit Council Academia Executive Education program.

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UCD ARE and Biological and Agricultural Engineering Collaborate on Farm Labor Research in Two New Journal Articles

May 31, 2019

The two articles, “Can Wages Rise Quickly Enough to Keep Workers in the Fields?” and “Innovations for a Shrinking Agricultural Workforce” appear in the latest issue of Choices, the outreach ...

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Agerton and Co-Author Show Domestic Shipping Constraints, Not Export Ban, Explain Biggest Difference in U.S. and Foreign Crude Oil Prices

April 23, 2019

The article, co-authored by UC Davis ARE Assistant Professor Mark Agerton with Gregory B. Upton, Jr., appeared in the International Association for Energy Economics Energy Journal. Over the past decade, ...

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Research by Boucher, Carter, Lybbert and Malacarne Highlighted for Protecting Small Farms in Mozambique from Drought

April 23, 2019

An article by Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Assets and Market Access highlights research by ARE professors Stephen Boucher, Michael Carter, Travis Lybbert; ARE Ph.D. Candidate Jonathan Malacarne; and ...

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Phil Martin Explains Changing Role of H-2A Guest Workers in New Choices Magazine Article

April 3, 2019

"The Role of the H-2A Program in California Agriculture," by Philip Martin, professor emeritus of the UC Davis Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, was recently published in Choices, a ...

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20th Biennial California Agribusiness Executive Seminar Examines Strategies for Competing in a Changing Environment

April 3, 2019

The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) and Wells Fargo Bank recently hosted the 20th California Agribusiness Executive Seminar. This biennial seminar brings together top executives and leaders in ...

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Galt High School FFA Issues Team Visits AIC to Discuss Sustainable Groundwater Management Act

April 1, 2019

A team of students from the Galt High School FFA recently visited Dan Sumner, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) distinguished professor and director of the UC Agricultural Issues ...

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Stephen Vosti Awarded 2019 Chancellor's Award for International Engagement

March 27, 2019

Stephen Vosti, adjunct professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE), was recently honored with a 2019 Chancellor's Award for International Engagement for outstanding international engagement in carrying ...

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Ted Gilliland, Jim Sanchirico and Ed Taylor Show Impacts of Cash Transfers on Natural Resources in PNAS Article

March 26, 2019

Cash transfer programs assist hundreds of millions of poor individuals in developing countries but stimulate local demand that can cause environmental damage. Degradation of the local environment, in turn, affects ...

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