Agricultural and Resource Economics
Zachariah Rutledge is a Ph.D. candidate in the Agricultural and Resource Economics department at the University of California, Davis. His research incorporates elements of labor, immigration, agricultural, and development economics. He is currently studying how reduced employee availability in the agricultural sector affects farming decisions and labor-intensive agricultural production in the state of California. He holds a Bachelor's degree in economics and a Master's degree in Agricultural and Resource Economics (both from U.C. Davis). If you would like to learn more about him or his research, please refer to his personal website at https://www.zachrutledge.com.