UC Davis is running a series of profiles of graduate student research. The latest in the series focuses on four studies in the food sector. I’m humbled that it includes my thesis research on the costs and benefits of cacao certification in Côte d’ Ivoire, along with great work by a fellow Ag/Resource Econ graduate student who’s looking at migrant labor from Mexico to the U.S., and two studies looking at sustainability in grape and lima bean production. Each profile includes a short summary for a general audience, and photos.
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