Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Stevens, A. W. (2019). Economic Theory Provides Insights for Soil Health Policy. Choices, 34(2).
Stevens, A. W. (2019). Assessing Student Learning Using a Digital Grading Platform. Applied Economics Teaching Resources, 1(1), 18-24.
Hilger, J., E. Hallstein, A. W. Stevens, & S. Villas-Boas (2019). Measuring Willingness to Pay for Environmental Attributes in Seafood. Environmental and Resource Economics, 73(1), 307-332.
Stevens, A. W. (2018). Review: The economics of soil health. Food Policy, 80, 1-9.
Stevens, A. W. (2017). Quinoa quandary: Cultural tastes and nutrition in Peru. Food Policy, 71, 132-142.
Berck, P., J. Moe-Lange, A. Stevens, & S. Villas-Boas (2016). Measuring Consumer Responses to a Bottled Water Tax Policy. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 98(4), 981-996.
Stevens, A. W. (2019). Theme Overview: Soil Health Policy in the United States and Abroad. Choices, 34(2).
Stevens, A., P. Berck, & S. B. Villas-Boas (2016). Taxing Bottled Water as an Environmental Policy. Agricultural and Resource Economics Update, 19(4): 9-11. University of California Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics.
Burlig, F. & A. W. Stevens, Reap What Your Friends Sow: Social Networks and Technology Adoption.
Stevens, A. W., Temperature, Wages, and Agricultural Labor Productivity.
Stevens, A. W., Ethanol Refineries and Local Land Use.
Stevens, A. W., Estimating Agricultural Acreage Responses to Input Prices: Groundwater in California.
Stevens, A. W., Labor Relations, Brand Value, and Trust in Agricultural Cooperatives.
Liao, S. F., M. S. Hasan, Z. Yang, A. W. Stevens, J. Brett, & Z. Peng, Feeding arsenic-containing rice bran to growing pigs: Growth performance, arsenic tissue distribution, and arsenic excretion.
In the News
- June 16, 2020: Meat Industry Continues To Adapt To COVID-19 – WORT Local News, WORT 89.9 FM, Madison, WI
- June 16, 2020: COVID-19 and the meat supply chain – Badger Talks video, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- May 21, 2020: USDA Outlines Rules For $19 Billion In Farm Aid – Central Time, Wisconsin Public Radio
- May 17, 2020: COVID-19 taking toll on economy, experts say (TV news story) – WMBC; Madison, WI
- May 6, 2020: Why U.S. meatpacking workers are vulnerable to coronavirus, and why the industry won’t easily change – Green Bay Press Gazette
- May 5, 2020: No shortage expected, but meat supply could see new constraints – PolitiFact
- January 9, 2020: How wealth and unjust tax policy erode democracy (book review) – The Christian Century
- October 23, 2019: New faculty profile: Andrew Stevens studies economic decision-making in the food supply chain – University of Wisconsin–Madison College of Agricultural & Life Sciences
- November 12, 2018: An economist’s call for a politics of global solidarity (book review) – The Christian Century
- October 31, 2018: New study finds that when it comes to sustainability, Americans are willing to pay – NOAA Fisheries Southwest Fisheries Science Center
- February 7, 2017: The Quinoa Revolution! – Stuff You Should Know Podcast (referenced at approx. 32:50)
- December 6, 2016: Taxes on bottled water are better at raising money than reducing litter – LSE USAPP Blog
- July, 2016: Consumers Respond to a Tax on Bottled Water (Guest Editorial) – Today’s Grocer (must select page 6)
- July 17, 2016: Quinoa isn’t a threat to food security. It’s improving Peruvian farmers’ lives – The Guardian
- May 18, 2016: Plummeting quinoa prices are hurting farmers in Peru and Bolivia – The Economist
- April 27, 2016: Podcast Interview – This Is Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
- April 18, 2016: It is OK to eat quinoa – Eat This Podcast
- March 31, 2016: Your Quinoa Habit Really Did Help Peru’s Poor. But There’s Trouble Ahead – The Salt, National Public Radio
- March 11, 2016: At Calif. Campuses, A Test For Free Speech, Privacy And Cybersecurity – All Tech Considered, National Public Radio
- January 25, 2016: AAEA Trust Profile
- June 3, 2014: Radio Interview – The Graduates, KALX 90.7 FM, Berkeley, CA
- April, 2012: Research charts path to sustainable cities, University of Chicago News Feature