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ARER Fellows Award

The ARER Fellows award is for authors who have demonstrated sustained excellence in research and commitment to the association's journal. The ARER Fellows award is given to authors who have published five or more peer-reviewed articles in Agricultural and Resource Economics Review (or in the former NAREA journals). This group of ARER Fellows represents less than 1% of the total number of authors who have published in these journals.

See the ARER Fellows Page


ARER Young Scholar Award

In 2012, the Board of Directors of the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association established the ARER Young Scholar award that is given annually to the graduate student who co-authored the best paper in ARER in the preceding year. The ARER Young Scholar award includes a $1,000 and is given out each year at the NAREA annual meeting. To be eligible, the graduate students can be listed anywhere in the author list order, however, preference will be given to publications where the significant contributions of the graduate student are reflected in the author ordering.

2017 Winner - Sabina Khatri-Karki (Leibniz Universit├Ąt, Hannover) for
Fair Trade Certification and Livelihoods: A Panel Data Analysis of Coffee-growing Households in India by Sabina Khatri-Karki, Pradyot Ranjan Jena and Ulrike Grote in Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 45/3 (December 2016): 436-458


ARER Advisor Award

In 2012, the Board of Directors of the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association established the ARER Advisor award that is given annually to the faculty advisor of the graduate student who won the ARER Young Scholar award for co-authoring the best paper in ARER that year.

2017 Winner - Pradyot Ranjan Jena (National Institute of Technology, Karnataka) for
Fair Trade Certification and Livelihoods: A Panel Data Analysis of Coffee-growing Households in India by Sabina Khatri-Karki, Pradyot Ranjan Jena and Ulrike Grote in Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 45/3 (December 2016): 436-458


ARER Best Article Award

2017 Winner
Simple vs. Complex: Implications of Lags in Pollution Delivery for Efficient Load Allocation and Design of Water-Quality Trading Programs by James Shortle, David Abler, Zach Kaufman, and Katherine Y. Zipp in Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 45/2 (August 2016):367-393


For more information about these awards, please contact the ARER Managing Editor, Dave Abler, at dave@bythenumbers.info