MILWAUKEE (PRWEB) May 19, 2021
In a new theme of articles featured in Choices Magazine, a collection of seven article evaluate the main short-term impacts of the COVID-19 epidemic for key food and agricultural markets and discuss potential longer-term implications. Topics examined include farm income, federal pandemic payments to producers, fruit and vegetables, dairy, livestock, consumer expenditures, and trade.
Articles in this Theme:
Seth Meyer and Patrick Westhoff
Ashley Hungerford, Anne Effland, and Robert Johansson
- Impact of COVID-19 and the Lockdowns on Labor-Intensive Produce Markets, with Implication for Hired Farm Labor
Daniel A. Sumner
Joseph V. Balagtas and Joseph Cooper
Christopher A. Wolf, Andrew M. Novakovic, and Mark W. Stephenson
Shawn Arita, Jason Grant, and Sharon Sydow
Jayson L. Lusk and Brandon R. McFadden
If you are interested in setting up an interview with any of the authors, please contact Allison Ware in the AAEA Business Office.
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