Why Sweden Can Handle Its Spending Better Than America
Thomas Grennes asks: "Would a Swedish-style fiscal reform be useful for the United States?"
New Book: The Economics of Integrated Pest Management of Insects
Chapter contributions come from Rod Rejesus, Zachary Brown and Mike Jones, and Dominc Reisig from Entomology.
Are Greater Cattle and Grains Production the Solution to the Coming Worldwide Hunger Catastrophe?
Is “more food” the answer? This study uses World Bank data and path/structural equation modeling to determine the veracity of this position versus another.
New Research to Examine Economic Impacts of NC Commercial Fisheries
Sara Sutherland and Eric Edwards will join the interdisciplinary study of the effects of commercial fisheries on state and local economies.
Goodwin Analyzes the ‘Moral Hazard’ of US Crop Insurance
Read Barry Goodwin's latest insight into the efficacy of the US Crop Insurance Program.
Harrison Fell Grant Announcement
ARE Associate Professor and CEnREP affiliate Harrison Fell is among the recipients of an interdisciplinary RISF grant to study energy storage and human health impacts.
Bee Colony Collapse and Market Adaptation
ARE's Wally Thurman and co-authors Randal Rucker and Michael Burgett assess the effects, or lack thereof, of colony collapse on agricultural markets and pollination fees.
Another Casualty of Climate Change? Recreational Fishing
Econometric research from ARE's Roger von Haefen and Oregon State's Steven Dundas show an adverse affect on recreation participation, specifically fishing, during extreme heat.
A U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement: Potential Benefits to U.S. Beef
Blake Brown breaks down the implications of the U.S.-Japan trade deal on the beef industry.
Guiteras Analyzes the Efficacy of Recent WASH Interventions
Guiteras was part of a group that assessed the implications of three large, recent WASH (Water, Sanitation, Hygiene) trials of unprecedented scale and cost.