The above titled research is published in the current issue of the American Journal of Agricultural Economics and authored by ARE faculty member Alexandra Hill and co-authors. Their research studies the impact of harsh environmental conditions, including high temperatures and poor air quality, on outdoor agricultural workers.
ReNeM is a conceptually novel, market-based mechanism to help overcome barriers to groundwater management that agencies often confront when implementing managed aquifer recharge. ARE Assistant Professor of Cooperative Extension Ellen Bruno and co-authors discuss the mechanism in their recent Nature Water article.
Read about the impacts of California's 2019 agricultural worker's overtime law in ARE Assistant Professor of Cooperative Extension Alexandra Hill's research, published in the current issue of the ARE UPDATE.
ARE is very pleased to announce that Gershon Feder, class of 1976, is the 2023 ARE Alumnus of the Year. Congratulations Gershon on a career "acknowledged as one of the world’s leading authorities on the evaluation of extension impact, and [making] path-breaking contributions in the fields of land policy, the economics of technology diffusion, and farmer behavior under uncertainty."
Beginning in 2021, Gordon Rausser was appointed to a 5-year term in the honorable and critically responsible role of Board Trustee with the Central European University (CEU). ARE wishes Gordon well in helping to direct CEU toward achieving its mission.
Co-authors Colin A. Carter and Sandro Steinbach's above-titled article can be in found in the current edition of the Giannini Foundation's ARE Update, along withtwo other articles, one co-authored by UCB-ARE Faculty Gordon Rausser and David Zilberman regarding the bioeconomy, and a third article co-authored by UCD-ARE PhD candidate Yanan Zheng et al., addressing the proposed regulation of nitroguanidine-substituted neonicotinoid insecticides.
This is the title of the current article published in the American Journal of Agricultural Economicsco-authored by ARE alumni '17, Fiona Burlig, Assistant Professor at the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago, and Assistant Professor of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Andrew Stevens.
David Zilberman and co-editor Pol Antras have collected articles that combine conceptual analysis with empirical case studies. The emphasis is on the vulnerabilities of supply chains to shocks, their resilience and their capacity to adapt - among the studies is a pivot in response to the pandemic and adaptation to climate change shocks. Several ARE alumni contributed to the book.