Projects Funded for 2005-2006

Inputs, Outputs, and Productivity in California Agriculture: Data Development and Initial Analysis

  • Julian Alston

Estimating Direct and Indirect Impacts of Aerosol Pollution on California Agriculture

  • Maximilian Auffhammmer

Risk, Wealth and Contractual Structure in Agriculture

  • Steve Boucher

Impacts of Mexican Avocado Imports on California's Avocado Industry and Optimal Strategic Responses for California

  • Hoy Carman

GM Rice Cultivation in California: Importance of Market Acceptance

  • Colin Carter

The Potential Impact of Global Warming on Irrigated Agriculture in California

  • Anthony Fisher

California Wine Distribution and Marketing

  • Rachael Goodhue

Part III: Using Matching Methods to Finalize the Results of the 'Edible Schoolyard' Survey

  • Ann Harrison
  • Guido W. Imbens

California Water Distribution and Strategic Institutional Behavior

  • Richard Howitt
  • Richard Sexton

Pricing Options in California Water Markets: A Laboratory Approach

  • Richard Howitt

Investment Agreements and Natural Resource Management in California

  • Larry S. Karp

Risk Response and Hysteresis

  • Jeffrey T. LaFrance

Economic Performance in Fisheries

  • Catherine Morrison Paul

Price and Other Effects of Supermarket Mergers

  • Jeffrey Perloff

Agri-Environmental Programs in the U.S.: The Effects of the WTO and Implications for California

  • Gordon Rausser

Deregulation of Logging Ban in China

  • Scott Rozelle

Alpaca Lies? Do Alpacas Represent the Latest Speculative Bubble in Agriculture?

  • Richard Sexton

Third Party Impacts of Water Transfers: Evidence from the Imperial Valley-San Diego Water Transfer

  • David Sunding

Gender, Financial Markets and Mexican Migration to the United States

  • J. Edward Taylor

Food Safety: Mad Cow Disease and Beef Purchases

  • Sofia Villas-Boas

The Smog Check Program in California's Central Valley

  • Jeffrey Williams

The Wholesale Market for Diesel in California

  • Jeffrey Williams

Exploring the University's Investment in 'At-Risk' Patenting: Public Institutions Assuming Risk Where the Private Sector Has Not

  • Brian Wright