Why Do Fewer Agricultural Workers Migrate Now?

Professor Jeff Perloff and three co authors, including two ARE alumni, have the lead article in the August 2015 volume of the American Journal of Agricultural Economics, "Why Do Fewer Agricultural Workers Migrate Now? "

UC Berkeley's forestry program celebrates 100 years

California Agriculture provides an opportunity to reflect on the past 100 years of forestry in California and the important partnership between our campus teaching program and the statewide UC Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) research and extension programs.

Every wonder whether those crowd-sourced reviews online actually make a difference in a business’s bottom line? For restaurants, the answer is an unequivocal yes, according to a new study by UC Berkeley economists.

Campanile framed by flowers

UC Berkeley's Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics is top-ranked worldwide for its outstanding contributions to questions in agriculture and resource policy, development economics, environmental and energy economics, and international trade.

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