Hanbin Lee


Ph.D. Candidate
Agricultural and Resource Economics
2159 Social Sciences and Humanities
University of California, Davis

Hanbin Lee is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Agricultural and
Resource Economics of the University of California at Davis. He earned a
Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Agricultural Economics from
Seoul National University, South Korea. He studies food demand linked to
production practices and the effects of regulation of production practices
and product attributes.

M.A., Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2014
Seoul National University, South Korea

B.A., Agricultural Economics, 2012
Seoul National University, South Korea


Lee, Hanbin, Richard J. Sexton, and Daniel A. Sumner. 2021.
“Voter-Approved Proposition to Raise California Pork Prices.” ARE Update
24(6): 5-8.

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