ARE Assistant Professor Katherine Wagner published research in the current issue of American Economic Journal: Economic Policy. Read Professor Wagner's article here.
Thibault Fally and Ben Faber Publish Research in the Recent Issue of Review of Economics Studies
Read the B. Faber and T. Fally Review of Economics Studies article entitled "Firm Heterogeneity in Consumption Baskets: Evidence from Home and Store Scanner Data."
Cleaning Up the Dirtiest Mode of Transport is Hard, But Worth It
Max Auffhammer addresses maritime ship traffic in his recent Energy Institute Blog titled 'Dirty Boats.'
ARE Alum '16 Obie Porteous' Publishes Research in the Journal of International Economics
As Assistant Professor in Economics at Middleburry College in Vermont, Obie Porteous does research in the fields of International Trade and Development Economics, with a focus on sub-Saharan Africa.
New Research Published by ARE Professor Jeremy Magruder and ARE Alum '19 John Loeser, et al.
A new research article entitled "Factor Market Failures and the Adoption of Irrigation in Rwanda," by Maria Jones, Florence Kondylis, John Loeser and Jeremy Magruder, has been published in the current issue of the American Economic Review.
What will electrification cost the distribution system?
ARE Professor Meredith Fowlie breaks down new ERG research that examines one potential cost of moving toward an increasingly electrified, clean-energy future.
When Governments Increase Their Funding of Public Goods, How Do Individuals Respond?
This is the title of a recent article by ARE Assistant Professor Katherine Wagner and co-author, Professor of Economics at Yale University, Matthew J. Kotchen in the current edition of the ARE Update.
Max Auffhammer Featured in Recent Edition of the San Francisco Examiner
Read "Surging gas prices. Supply chain problems. Will people switch to electric cars?" This SF Examiner article written by Jessica Wolfrom includes comments by Professor Auffhammer.
Profile of ARE Professor David Zilberman
Tinsley Davis' PNAS profile of David Zilberman follows the story of Professor Zilberman's early education and career. Read about his research path from water economics and pesticides to innovation in supply chains and the bioeconomy.
"From the Laboratory to the Consumer: Innovation, Supply Chain, and Adoption with Applications to Natural Resources"
David Zilberman, ARE PhD Student Jed Silver, and co-author Amir Heiman published their research regarding the economics of the transition from innovators to the consumer in PNAS.
Challenges and opportunities in future groundwater management in California
Assistant Professor of Cooperative Extension Ellen Bruno breaks down California's Sustainable Groundwater Management Act in a recent Q&A with the Berkeley Food Institute.
ARE PhD Candidate Hal Gordon Featured on KQED
"Climate Controversy: California’s Plan for Handling Crisis is Flawed, Advisors Say"
Meredith Fowlie is featured in this Cal Matters article by Nadia Lopez addressing how some experts are questioning key climate change policies that California is counting on to meet its ambitious goals.
Max Auffhammer Wins 2022 Cheit Award
ARE is very pleased to announce that faculty member and George Pardee Jr. Professor of International Sustainable Development & Regional Associate Dean Letters & Science Max Auffhammer, was honored at 2022 commencements for excellence in teaching.
Going Electric: California Car Mandate Would Hit Mechanics Hard
"Who loses and who gains as California cleans up its cars? Nearly 32,000 mechanics would lose jobs by 2040 under the proposed phaseout of new gas-powered cars. Electric companies would be the big winners." Jim Sallee is featured in this Cal Matters article authored by Nadia Lopez, addressing this wide-ranging workforce transition in 'going electric.'
ARE is Pleased to Congratulate RCNRs 2022 Graduating EEP Majors
Special commendation to Tilak Misner, RCNRs Environmental Economics and Policy (EEP) Major Citation recipient and Bryan Huang, recipient of AREs Department Citation Award. Read more about the EEP major here.
Congratulations to AREs 2022 PhDs!
ARE hosted a reception at the entrance terrace of Giannini Hall, celebrating students and their families before RCNRs commencement ceremony held at Cal's Greek theatre on Sunday, May 15th, 2022.
Congratulations to Sebastien Phan, Jesse Fleischer Buchsbaum, James Sears, Molly Sears, Carly Trachtman, Shelley He, Matthew Suandi, and Matthew Tarduno, pictured here at the Greek theatre with ARE faculty members Sofia Villas-Boas, Marco Gonzalez-Navarro, and James Sallee, and ARE graduate student advisor Carmen Karahalios.
Congratulations to RCNR's 2022 EEP Major Honors Students
ARE is pleased to announce the 2022 RCNR EEP Major Honors recipients: Mark Braun (Melis Medal), Zoe Farlie, Kayla Hidayat, Ellie Kroskrity, Amy Li, Tilak Misner and Yinjun (Sophia) Yan. RCNR commencement information can be found here.
ARE Alum '21 Gabe Englander Awarded AAEA's Prestigious Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Honorable Mention
ARE is pleased to announce that Gabe Englander has been awarded the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association’s prestigious Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Honorable Mention for his dissertation entitled “Empirical Essays on Natural Resource Exploitation.”
ARE Alum '15 Judd Boomhower Awarded the Prestigious Carnegie Fellowship
Judson Boomhower is assistant professor of economics at the University of California, San Diego. His research uses data and economic models to inform societal decisions about environmental quality and economic well-being. This includes studying how policy and markets can guide adaptation to a warmer world and how to balance the benefits and costs of energy production and use. Read more about Judd and the Carnegie Fellowship here.