Issues for 2018

ARE Update Vol. 22, No. 2, Nov/Dec, 2018

  1. Maximilian Auffhammer. "The New Social Cost of Carbon."
  2. "Faculty Profile: Bulat Gafarov."
  3. Steven Blecker, Steven Fennimore, Rachael Goodhue, Kevi Mace, John Steggall, Daniel Tregeagle, Tor Tolhurst, and Hanlin Wei. "Economic Value of the Herbicide Dacthal for Brassica and Allium Crops in California."
  4. A. Ahsanuzzaman and David Zilberman. "Bt Eggplant in Bangladesh Increases Yields and Farmers’ Incomes, and Reduces Pesticide Use."

ARE Update Vol. 22, No. 1, Sep/Oct, 2018

  1. Ellen M. Bruno and Katrina Jessoe. "Climate Change and California’s Water Supply: How Can We Adapt?"
  2. "Faculty Profile: Ellen M. Bruno."
  3. Daniel Tregeagle and David Zilberman. "Implications of Disrupting a Perennial Crop Replanting Cycle: The Brazilian Sugarcane Example."
  4. Philip Martin. "The H-2A Guest Worker Program Expands in California."

ARE Update Vol. 21, No. 6, Jul/Aug, 2018

  1. John M. Crespi. "Are Marketing Orders and Checkoffs in Legal Trouble Again?"
  2. Meilin Ma, Tina L. Saitone, Richard J. Volpe, Richard J. Sexton, and Michelle Saksena. "Retail Food Prices and Retailer Market Power: Evidence from the Greater Los Angeles Area."
  3. Ellen M. Bruno. "The Economic Impacts of Agricultural Groundwater Markets."

ARE Update Vol. 21, No. 5, May/Jun, 2018

  1. Martin, Philip L., Rachael E. Goodhue, and Brian D. Wright. "California Agriculture: Dimensions and Issues."
  2. Jetter, Karen M., and Kjersti Nes. "How Does Meeting the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015–2020 Benefit U.S. Fruit and Vegetable Growers?"
  3. Hill, Alexandra E., and Charlotte Ambrozek. "Can CalFresh Cut Costs and Better Serve California’s Agricultural Counties?"

ARE Update Vol. 21, No. 4, Mar/Apr, 2018

  1. Colin A. Carter. "China’s Retaliatory Tariffs and California Agriculture."
  2. Gordon Rausser, Ben Gordon, and James Davis. "Recent Developments in the California Food and Agricultural Technology Landscape."
  3. Mehdi Nemati, Steven Buck, and David Sunding. "Cost of California’s 2015 Drought Water Conservation Mandate."

ARE Update Vol. 21, No. 3, Jan/Feb, 2018

  1. Itai Trilnick, Benjamin Gordon, and David Zilberman. "Can Micro-Climate Engineering Save California Pistachios?"
  2. Luke Macaulay and Van Butsic. "Who Owns California’s Cropland?"
  3. Karen M. Jetter and Kjersti Nes. "The Cost to Manage Invasive Aquatic Weeds in the California Bay-Delta."