A new machine used by many strawberry firms in one region of California holds economic promise for broad adoption. While significantly reducing the amount of labor needed in the harvest, it alters the jobs of crew members and raises several key questions for human resource managers.
Implications of the 2003 Tax Act for California Farmers and Ranchers.
Adjusting to Technological Change in Strawberry Harvest Work.
Price Spikes and Forward Markets for Gasoline.