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Recent Publications:

Does smallholder maize intensification reduce deforestation? Evidence from Zambia
Pelletier, Johanne, Hambulo Ngoma, Nicole M. Mason, and Christopher B. Barrett. “Does Smallholder Maize Intensification Reduce Deforestation? Evidence from Zambia.” Global Environmental Change 63 (July 2020): 102127.

The Intertemporal Evolution of Agriculture and Labor over a Rapid Structural Transformation: Lessons from Vietnam
Liu, Yanyan, Christopher B. Barrett, Trinh Pham, and William Violette. “The Intertemporal Evolution of Agriculture and Labor over a Rapid Structural Transformation: Lessons from Vietnam.” Food Policy 94 (July 2020): 101913.

The Union Threat
Taschereau-Dumouchel, Mathieu. “The Union Threat.” The Review of Economic Studies, forthcoming.

Read these papers and explore a listing of other recent publications here.

Portrait of Seongheon Yoon

Student Spotlight: Seongheon Yoon '19

Recent Economics graduate, Seongheon Yoon '19, says "before college, I always thought of myself as a 'humanities' or 'social sciences' person and couldn't imagine taking quantitative classes. However, through classes like statistics, econometrics, and data science that I (not so willingly) took to fufill the requirements, I learned the power and beauty of quantitatively analyzing data to support qualitative arguments."

Read the full College of Arts & Sciences profile of Seongheon, or click the links below to explore more profiles of recent Economics alumni: