ARE Associate Professor Meredith Fowlie authored a post for the Energy Institute at Haas blog on the Trump Administration's proposed actions on the federal coal program and the need for major reforms of the program that would help taxpayers receiv
ARE grad student Megan Lang authored this post for the Berkeley Blog on the impact of Rwandan Storytelling for Leadership workshops on the lives of women who participate - to quantify and understand their effectiveness.
The John Kenneth Galbraith (JKG) Forum and Award is presented annually by the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) to a distinguished professional for continuing Galbraith's tradition of outstanding research and major social contr
Two Agricultural and Resource Economics graduate students have been selected to serve at the White House for the 2016-17 academic year. Allyson Barnett and Stephen Harrell will be representing ARE in Washington, D.C. starting August 2016, for a 12-month period. Their work and research will directly support the United States Office of the President.
ARE doctoral student and Rhodes Scholar Tamma Carleton published a research article to The European Physical Journal Special Topics on the impact of climate change on violent conflicts and social instability.