Elizabeth Fraysse is a Master’s student in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Davis finishing her thesis on dairy farm size. She graduated in 2019 from UC Berkeley with a degree in Environmental Economics and Policy and interned as a Student Economist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture before beginning graduate school at UC Davis. Her research interest is on the economics of sustainability in the agriculture industry, specifically the impact of environmental regulations and the adoption of sustainable practices on the dairy industry.
Consoli, S., Fraysse, E., Slipchenko, N., Wang, Y., Amirebrahimi, J., Qin, Z., . . . Lybbert, T. (2021). A “Sideways” Supply Response in California Winegrapes.” Journal of Wine Economics, 1-22. (https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-wine-economics/article/sideways-supply-response-in-california-winegrapes/FE14CECD927047BD0582207D77F1B09E)
Sumner, Daniel A., Elizabeth A. Fraysse, Scott Somerville, and Josué Medellín-Azuara. 2021. “Drought Impacts on California Farm Revenue and Prices.” ARE Update 25(1): 10–12. University of California Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics. (https://s.giannini.ucop.edu/uploads/pub/2021/10/28/v25n1_4.pdf)
Elizabeth A. Fraysse and Daniel A. Sumner “Impact of COVID-19 on Produce Shipments” Poster presented at: Universities Fighting World Hunger; for presentation 2021 March 25-26; Davis, CA
Scott Somerville, Elizabeth A. Fraysse, and Daniel A. Sumner “Herd Size Trends with USDA Census Data” Poster present at: California Dairy Sustainability Summit; 2020 November 5-6; Sacramento, CA