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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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Alston, Sumner, Sambucci: Should California Winemakers Be Worried about China's Tariffs?

April 18, 2018

Distinguished professors Julian Alston and Daniel Sumner and postdoctoral scholar Olena Sambucci recently published "Should California Winemakers Be Worried about China's Tarrifs?" The article presents data about what percentage of ...

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Professor Dan Sumner Quoted in Bloomberg News about Strength of California Almonds

March 15, 2018

Dan Sumner, ARE distinguished professor and director of the UC Agricultural Issues Center, is quoted in the Bloomberg News article "California Almonds Are Back After Four Years of Brutal Drought." ...

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Dan Sumner: Impacts of Steel and Aluminum Tariffs on Agriculture

March 14, 2018

Agricultural and Resource Economics Distinguished Professor Daniel Sumner, director of the UC Agricultural Issues Center, had a column published in The Hill titled "The self-inflicted economic damage to American agriculture." ...

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Professor Emeritus Philip Martin's Research on Immigration and Farm Labor Cited in Bloomberg Opinion Piece about Reality of Mechanization Replacing Workers

March 14, 2018

Agricultural and Resource Economics Professor Emeritus Philip Martin—also editor of Migration News and Rural Migration News, and chair of UC Comparative Immigration & Integration Program—is quoted in an opinion piece ...

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Professor Daniel Sumner's Comments about Farm Labor Shortage Quoted in CNBC Story about Increased Use of Automated Harvesting Equipment

March 14, 2018

Agricultural and Resource Economics Distinguished Professor Daniel Sumner, director of the UC Agricultural Issues Center, is quoted in the CNBC article "From strawberries to apples, a wave of agriculture robotics ...

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Professor Emeritus Philip Martin Quoted about Actual Number of 'Braceros' in LA Times Article about Braceros Being Honored with Statue in LA

March 14, 2018

Agricultural and Resource Professor Emeritus Philip Martin—also chair of UC Comparative Immigration & Integration Program and editor of Migration News and Rural Migration News—is quoted in the LA Times article ...

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Shermain Hardesty Quoted about Walnut Marketing Practices in Ag Alert

Jan. 18, 2018

Cooperative Extension Specialist Emerita Shermain Hardesty is quoted in the California Farm Bureau Federation's Ag Alert article "Walnut Business Readies to Handle, Sell Larger Crops." Dr. Hardesty comments about the ...

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Phil Martin's Column on American Agriculture Imports, Machine, and Migrants Featured in The Hill

Jan. 17, 2018

Professor Emeritus Phil Martin's research about "American agriculture at a crossroads between imports, machines, and migrants" is featured in The Hill. Dr. Martin talks about how the slowdown in unauthorized ...

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With Climate Change, Insurance May Provide Best Safety Net for World's Poor

Jan. 8, 2018

The poorest people in the world are among the most vulnerable to the effects of climate change, including droughts, floods and wildfires. This especially true for poor farmers in drought-prone ...

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