Dr. Daniel Scheitrum, Phd.
Dan Scheitrum is an Assistant Professor in the Agribusiness Department. He teaches courses in finance and agricultural policy. Dr. Scheitrum received his PhD from UC Davis in Agricultural and Resource Economics. His research examines the economic, trade, and financial impacts of agricultural and energy policy. Recent projects include examining the impacts of approvals of GMO products on cultivation and international trade, estimating the price impact of animal welfare legislation, and estimating the behavioral response to animal disease management programs. Dr. Scheitrum’s research has been featured in the Washington Post, Forbes, the San Francisco Chronicle, KCBS, and local news and radio.
· Ph.D., Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California Davis, 2017
· B.A., Economics-Mathematics, University of California Santa Barbara, 2007
· A.S., Computer Science, Foothill College, 2007
Areas of Specialization
· Agricultural Policy
· Commodity Markets and Price Analysis