Yuyuan Che Wins AAEA Graduate Student Paper Competition
An ARE postdoc research scholar is recognized for her paper assessing peer effects in conservation technology adoption.
No-Till Farming Study Shows Benefit to Midwestern Land Values
The analysis quantifies the monetary land value benefits of an environmentally friendly practice.
3 Faculty Awarded AAEA Best Paper
Zheng Li, Roderick Rejesus and Xiaoyong Zheng won the award for their paper, “Nonparametric Estimation and Inference of Production Risk.”
From Robots to Customers: Exploring New Opportunities for Dairy Farmers
Assistant Professor Alejandro Gutierrez-Li won a $250,000 Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education grant to study Automatic Milking Systems.
Eric Edwards Selected for AEPP Best Article Award
Eric Edwards was selected to receive the AEPP Best Article Award for “The Economics of Groundwater Governance Institutions across the Globe.”
Daniel Tregeagle Receives Outstanding Published Paper Award
Daniel Tregeagle received an Outstanding Published Paper Award for his work on “Balancing Bees and Pest Management: Projected Costs of Proposed Bee-protective Neonicotinoid Regulation in California.”
NC State Economist: An Update on North Carolina Solar Development and Decommission Policy
A look at the current solar energy capabilities in NC and the plan for decommission.
“ARE Discussions” & The Cost of Air Pollution
Eric Edwards (NC State) and Michael Anderson (UC Berkeley) share their research in the webinar series, Agricultural and Resource Economics discussions, hosted by UC Davis.
An Economic Solution to Crowding on Public Beaches
New research shows charging entrance fees at Gulf Coast beaches can reduce congestion.
Supply Chain Issues, Increased Wages and Inputs Pushing Pork Prices Up
Economists from Iowa State University, North Carolina State University and the National Pork Producers Council find pork prices, not industry profits, are rising. Find out why.