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Professor Emeritus Philip Martin Quoted in The Economist about Why Farm-Worker Migration is Booming Worldwide

Oct. 24, 2018

Philip Martin, professor emeritus of the UC Davis Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, is quoted in an article in the The Economist about why farm-worker migration is booking in ...

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Professor Jessoe Discusses Research about What Motivates People to Conserve Water with Public Policy Institute of California

Sept. 27, 2018

Katrina Jessoe, associate professor with the UC Davis Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE), was recently interviewed by the Public Policy Institute of California about her research into ...

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The Economist Highlights Research by Professors Bushnell and Novan about Impacts of Renewable Energy on Wholesale Power Markets

Sept. 10, 2018

In an article titled "More solar power hurts nuclear energy. But it also hurts itself," the Economist references a research paper by James Bushnell, a UC Davis professor in economics ...

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Emeritus Professor Martin Gives Historical Perspective as Farm Labor Expert in LA Times Article about New United Farm Workers President

Aug. 30, 2018

ARE Emeritus Professor Philip Martin is quoted in a Los Angeles Times article about the changing of leadership at United Farm Workers (UFW), the union founded by Cesar Chavez. The ...

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Professor Lybbert's Research Cited in NY Times as Part of Growing Evidence that Hope Can Be Used as Anti-Poverty Strategy

Aug. 20, 2018

"Think Positive, Climb Out of Poverty? It Just Might Work," is the title of a New York Times Economic View column written by Seema Jayachandran, an economics professor at Northwestern ...

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UC Davis No. 1 in U.S. for Most Popular Managerial Economics Program

July 13, 2018

UC Davis has the most popular Managerial Economics program in the United States, according to www.collegefactual.com. We're also No. 4 in the top-ranked category. Visit managerialeconomics.ucdavis.edu to learn more about ...

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Professors Taylor and Martin's Comments on California Vineyard Workers Featured in Mother Jones

July 13, 2018

The comments of J. Edward Taylor, ARE professor and vice chair, and Philip Martin, ARE emeritus professor, are featured in a Mother Jones piece about the status of California's vineyard ...

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Professor Emeritus Martin Quoted in LA Times about Limited Effects New D'Arrigo Bros. and United Farm Workers Contract May Have on Other Produce Companies

July 10, 2018

Philip Martin—ARE professor emeritus, editor of Migration News and Rural Migration News, and chair of the UC Comparative Immigration & Integration Program—is quoted in a Los Angeles Times article about ...

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Professor Sumner Tells ABC News How Chinese Tariffs May Have Moderate Effects on Farm Labor, Reduce CA Farm Revenue

July 9, 2018

Daniel Sumner, ARE distinguished professor and director of the UC Agricultural Issues Center, is quoted in an ABC 10 Sacramento news story about the effects of Chinese tariffs on farm ...

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ARE in The Economist: Economic Impact of Refugees

April 26, 2018

An article in The Economist cites a study, Economic Impact of Refugees, co-written by ARE researchers. The study found that each new refugee household in Uganda boosts total local income, ...

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