ARE Professors of the Graduate School Elisabeth Sadoulet and Alain de Janvry address how agriculture-based countries can use agriculture for development.
A new working paper by ARE Associate Professor Joe Shapiro shows that, in most countries, trade policies are biased in favor of industries that produce more CO2 per dollar of output.
In the recent pulbication of the ARE UPDATE, Cooperative Extension Specialist Ellen Bruno and co-authors address public response and policies stemming from the spread of COVID-19 and the interruption to food availability.
The AAEA has named ARE 2019 graduate Jon Proctor the winner of the 2020 Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award.
ARE Associate Professor Merdith Fowlie addresses the recent EPA decision that it is not “appropriate and necessary” for the government to limit emissions of mercury and other hazardous air pollutants from power plants.
The ARE department is proud to share the news of our 2020 job market placements.
Affiliated ARE Professor Catherine Wolfram proposes that a utility bill moratorium could put extra money into the pockets of business owners and households during the pandemic.
Can we squeeze some long-run good out of this short-run disaster? ARE Associate Professor Jim Sallee reflects on the current crisis—the coronavirus—and how it might connect to the crisis he usually worries about—climate change.
Recent UC Berkeley report illustrates the billion-dollar impact that water supply restrictions will have on California. ARE Professor David Sunding and ARE Adjunct Professor David Roland-Holst are the authors of the new report.
A new paper estimates the massive damages from leaded gasoline (which is still around).
In a recent study published in Annals of Internal Medicine, ARE Associate Professor Michael Anderson examines the link between vaccination programs for elderly individuals, hospitalization, and mortality rates.
A landmark gift from former dean Gordon Rausser will support the school’s mission to take on key economic, social, environmental, and health challenges.
Air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions have increased during the Trump presidency.
ARE affiliated faculty member Catherine Wolfram addresses question of whether an electricity connection helps the very poorest households.
Carbon pricing around the world is demonstrating an important proof of concept.
ARE is proud to announce that Professor Rausser is being recognized with the prestigious award of Berkeley Fellow.
ARE is thrilled to announce that Graduate Student Advisor Carmen Karahalios has been selected to receive an Excellence in Advising Award for Outstanding Advisor!
ARE is pleased to announce that the keynote address at the American Agricultural and Applied Economics Association's annual meeting in Kansas, Missouri, July 26-28, 2020 and onward will be in the name of Professor Gordon Rausser.
In a new paper published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) today, ARE Associate Professor Michael Anderson found substantial evidence that vehicle ownership in Beijing appears to lead to weight gain and long-term declines in physical activity.
Air conditioner sales are booming worldwide, especially in warm countries with growing economies. But how big is the total potential market?