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  1. "The United States' Power-Based Bargaining and the WTO: Has Anything Really Been Gained?"

    https://aede.osu.edu/about-us/publications/united-states-power-based-bargaining-and-wto-has-anything-really-been-gained

    Article evaluates adoption by United States of "power-based" bargaining in trade ... negotiations. Ian Sheldon Journal article Wednesday, January 19, 2022 Applied Eco Perspectives Pol- 2022- ...

  2. Advancements in Technology for Reduction of Pesticides Used in Orchards and Vineyards

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/fabe-538

    article by Gil et al. listed in the reference section of this fact sheet. The second software, Dosa3D®, ... iOS format. Detailed information about Dosa3D is available in a 2019 journal article by Román et al. ... (ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/fabe-539). Here is a summary of some key recommendations from that publication and some final ...

  3. Callicoat (AAE '21) named director of state policy for Ohio Farm Bureau

    https://aede.osu.edu/node/7060

    Learn how AEDE alum Evan Callicoat leveraged his degree for career success. Learn how AEDE alum Evan Callicoat leveraged his degree for career success. Callicoat (AAE '21) named director of state policy for Ohio Farm Bureau ...

  4. Callicoat (AAE '21) named director of state policy for Ohio Farm Bureau

    https://aede.osu.edu/news/callicoat-aae-21-named-director-state-policy-ohio-farm-bureau

    Evan Callicoat (Agribusiness and Applied Economics ’21) did not originally foresee a career in public policy when he enrolled as a freshman in 2017. But for someone who is so clearly passionate about lending a voice to those in agricultural and rural comm ...

  5. (Economic Outlook and Policy Series) Energy and carbon price outlook

    https://aede.osu.edu/events/economic-outlook-and-policy-series-energy-and-carbon-price-outlook

    This webinar will consider trends in oil, natural gas, electricity and carbon markets, addressing how market fundamentals and environmental policy choices – both domestically and internationally –  will affect underlying inflationary pressures over the ne ...

  6. (Economic Outlook and Policy Series) More than a wage

    https://aede.osu.edu/events/economic-outlook-and-policy-series-more-wage

    This webinar will feature Assistant Professor Margaret Jodlowski, who will cover recent research on how workers respond to different attributes of a job. Wage, of course, is the primary attribute of interest for both workers and firms, but increasing atte ...

  7. (Economic and Outlook Policy Series) Covid meets the supply chain: Are inflation and empty shelves Joe Biden’s fault?

    https://aede.osu.edu/events/economic-and-outlook-policy-series-covid-meets-supply-chain-are-inflation-and-empty-shelves

    The supply chain was highly likely to be vulnerable to the Covid-19 Pandemic, but around the world, governments and key supply-chain players have surprisingly been caught off guard. Rising inflation is the result and is plaguing economies around the world ...

  8. (Economic Outlook and Policy Series) If the U.S. does not step back from ‘power-based’ bargaining: What are the potential implications for agricultural trade?

    https://aede.osu.edu/events/economic-outlook-and-policy-series-if-us-does-not-step-back-%E2%80%98power-based%E2%80%99-bargaining-what-are

    While U.S. agricultural exports to China initially got caught in the crossfire of the trade war, implementation of the U.S.-China Trade Agreement (USCTA) in 2020 does appear to have restored U.S. market share. In this context, this webinar will focus on t ...

  9. (Economic Outlook and Policy Series) Commodity markets outlook in 2022: Margin squeeze and cautious optimism

    https://aede.osu.edu/events/economic-outlook-and-policy-series-commodity-markets-outlook-2022-margin-squeeze-and-cautious

    This webinar will feature Dr. Seungki Lee, who will cover price trends, surging input costs, the latest USDA reports and other demand factors. Target   audience:  Students, faculty, staff, extension professionals and community members ...

  10. The She-cession: How the Pandemic Forced Women from the Workplace and How Employers Can Respond

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/cdfs-4110

    since 1982, attained more master’s degrees than men since 1987, and received more doctorate degrees than ... bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-03-13/as-ai-takes-over-jobs-women-may-have-the-most-to-lose. Leung, Shirley. 2020. “Five Ways the Pandemic Can Ultimately Make the Workplace Better for Women.” ... Business, Bank of Ireland. March 8, 2021. thinkbusiness.ie/articles/remote-working-gender-equality/. Medina, ...

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