Dari Duval

Economic Impact Analyst

Initial Placement:

Dept. of Ag. & Resource Econ. University of Arizona

Dari Duval, Dept. of Agriculture & Resource Economics, University of Arizona

Dari Duval is an Economic Impact Analyst at the University of Arizona's Cooperative Extension and Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. Dari specializes in applied regional economic analysis with a focus on agriculture and natural resource related topics. As part of the Extension Regional Economic Analysis team, she is involved in working to serve the needs of Cooperative Extension and its stakeholders such as Arizona agricultural and agribusiness industries, natural resource users and organizations, and regional groups to provide specialized analysis and targeted information.

Thesis Title: The Influence of Colorado River Flows on the Upper Gulf of California Fisheries Economy
Advisor: Bonnie Colby

Degrees

  • M.S., Agricultural & Resource Economics, The University of Arizona;.
  • B.A., Economics, University of Chicago

Recent Publications

Peer Reviewed

Bickel, A., Duval, D., & Frisvold, G. 2020. Simple Approaches to Examine Economic Impacts of Water Reallocations From AgricultureJournal of Contemporary Water Research & Education 168 (1): 29-48.

Bickel, A., Duval, D., & Frisvold, G. 2018. Farm-to-School Programs’ Local Foods Activity in Southern Arizona. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 8 (C), 53–72.

Non-Refereed Technical Publications

Bickel, A., Duval, D., & Frisvold, G. 2020. The Economic Value of Trails in Arizona: A Travel Cost Method Study – Technical Report. University of Arizona Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics, Cooperative Extension.

Bickel, A., Duval, D., Frisvold, G. & Perez, S. 2019. Arizona’s Tree Nut Industry and Its Contributions to the State EconomyUniversity of Arizona Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics, Cooperative Extension.

Duval, D., Bickel, A., Frisvold, G., Wu, X., & Hu, C. 2018. Contribution of Agriculture to the Maricopa County and Gila River Indian Community Economies. University of Arizona Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics, Cooperative Extension.

Duval, D., Bickel, A., & Frisvold, G. 2018. Mexican Fresh Tomatoes: Agribusiness Value Chain Contributions to the U.S. Economy. University of Arizona Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics, Cooperative Extension.