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Welcome to NAREA
NAREA is a professional association of agricultural and resource economists founded in 1981 that is affiliated with the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association. The purpose of NAREA is to stimulate and promote education and research on economic and social problems related to the production, marketing and consumption of agricultural products; natural resource use; the environment, and rural economic development; and the interrelation of the agricultural and rural sectors with the rest of the economy. The association currently has over 200 members.
While many members live and work in the Northeast U.S. and Maritime Provinces of Canada, the Association membership now includes agricultural and resource economists from all over the world.
The Association publishes the Agricultural and Resource Economics Review and holds an annual meeting in June of each year. The Board of Directors meets twice a year; at the annual June meeting and again in the fall.
For more information on the organization, sponsoring departments, journal, board of directors, and the annual meeting please see the links provided above and on the right.
ARER New Articles
Perla, Joseph M.; Rickard, Bradley J.; Schmit, Todd M. Looking for Locapours: Using Zagat Survey Data to Examine Restaurant Demand for Local Wine
Liu, Yizao; Lopez, Rigoberto A.; Zhu, Chen. The Impact of Four Alternative Policies to Decrease Soda Consumption
Sun, Lin; Gómez, Miguel I.; Chaddad, Fabio R.; Ross, R. Brent. Distribution Channel Choices of Wineries in Emerging Cool Climate Regions
2013 Award for Outstanding Public Service through Economics
Kathleen Bell presenting Al McGartland with the 2013 Award for Outstanding Public Service through Economics
Al McGartland, Director of US EPA's National Center for Environmental Economics received the 2013 Award for Outstanding Public Service through Economics.
"We are happy to celebrate Al's unique and meaningful public service contributions, including his efforts to (1) expand environmental economics research capacity and (2) increase the use of economic science in environmental policy making. Over the last 2 decades, Al has worked to increase the environmental economics research capacity at US EPA. His division included 4 Ph.D. economists when he arrived in 1991; it now includes 26 Ph.D. environmental economists, one of the largest concentrations of such expertise in the world. By helping support research funding and environmental economics workshops and making economics analysis guidelines accessible to diverse audiences, Al has also helped develop economics research capacity outside of US EPA." Kathleen Bell, Past-President of NAREA. Read the full transcript here.