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ARE at AAEA: Ashley Spalding: Willingness to Pay for Local, Value-Added Goods

July 31, 2018

Time: 10–11:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 6 Location: Park Tower Room 8219 - Session #1007, titled "Willingness to Pay for Attributes of U.S. Foods" Abstract Despite growing participation in and support ...

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ARE at AAEA: Matthieu Stigler: Supply response at the field-level: disentangling area and yield effects

July 31, 2018

Time: 4:45–6:15 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7 Location: Washington Room 2 / Production Economics - Lightning Session: Production and Supply Change due to Price, Technology, and Policy Shocks Abstract Agricultural price ...

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ARE at AAEA: Tor Tolhurst: Model-free detection of a speculative asset bubble: Evidence from the world market in superstar wines

July 31, 2018

Time: 2:15–3:45 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7 Abstract Ever wondered if you paid too much for a wine? If you bought the premier cru Bordeaux wine Lafite Rothschild between late-2009 and ...

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ARE at AAEA: Daniel Tregeagle: The Optimal Management of Orchards

July 31, 2018

Time: 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7 Location: Exhibit Hall B South Abstract A fundamental issue in perennial crop economics is finding the optimal time to replace trees in an orchard. ...

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Master’s Program Capstone Project Turns Theory to Empirics for Benefit of Wonderful Company, Students

July 13, 2018

Instead of the standard replication of a research paper, some of this year’s Agricultural and Resource Economics master’s program students took it a few steps further by broadening one. The ...

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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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Gerardo Aragon: Associate Professor at University of Monterrey

July 12, 2018

After completing his Ph.D., Gerardo Aragon will join the business division of the University of Monterrey (Mexico) in September 2018 as an associate professor. Gerardo's teaching and research will focus ...

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Article by Jisang Yu (Ph.D. Graduate) and Professor Dan Sumner on How Subsidized Crop Insurance Affects Crop Choices Published in Agricultural Economics

July 10, 2018

"Effects of subsidized crop insurance on crop choices," by Daniel A. Sumner, ARE distinguished professor, and Jisang Yu, ARE alumnus and agricultural economics assistant professor at Kansas State University, has ...

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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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