Kendon Bell

Kendon Bell

Kendon Bell

Bio: Kendon holds a PhD in Agricultural & Resource Economics from UC Berkeley and specializes in the economics of climate change and agriculture. He is a Fulbright alumnus from New Zealand and previously completed a Master of Management Studies in Economics and a Bachelor of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, majoring in Mathematics and Finance, from the University of Waikato.

Research: Kendon's research covers several areas in the broad fields of climate change and agricultural economics. His current projects include assessments of the potential impact of climate change on both the dairy industry and international migration patterns, the economic potential for low carbon fuels, the estimation of storage elasticities for global commodities, and the estimation of the objective functions of indigenous groups.