Christopher Barrett, professor of applied economics and management in the Dyson School, contributes expert commentary on food aid policy and aid agencies’ shift from giving out food to cash.
In an op-ed featured by Axios, Dyson professor Chris Barrett argues that American food aid programs must be reformed, and fast.
FreshFruitPortal.com features associate professor Bradley Rickard’s research on apple names presented at the New York Produce Show and Conference.
Potential changes in the upcoming 2018 Farm Bill have sparked a debate on how U.S. international food aid programs should provide assistance.
Andrew Novakovic has been elected by the General Assembly of the (IDF) as the sole academic member of its Science and Program Coordination Committee (SPCC).
“We sacrifice roughly 40,000 children’s lives annually because of antiquated food aid policies,” said Barrett before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
McLaughlin discusses the changing food retail landscape and what its future might look like—discount retailers, Wal-Mart, and the Amazon/Whole Foods merger.
Food labeling affects what products consumers buy, for better or worse, according to research co-authored by Dyson School’s Harry Kaiser.
Is the farm to school movement economically feasible? Professor Todd Schmit previews an upcoming webinar that gives practitioners the resources to find out.