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July, 2020

Spotlight on Alexandra Hill
Assistant Professor
Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics

Alexandra Hill is an Assistant Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics at Colorado State University. Her primary research and teaching areas include economic productivity, agricultural labor economics, agricultural business management, and econometrics. Her current research revolves around understanding the factors that affect worker productivity and labor supply, including wage contracts and peer effects, welfare program participation, non-pecuniary benefits, pollution and weather, and specialty certifications; measuring effects from agricultural policy changes, in particular how agricultural sales tax exemptions affect producer spending, profits, and productivity; and modeling producer and retailer behavior under contracts written for quantity and quality.