Daniel Pick serves as a Deputy Director for Research and Program Management in ERS Market and Trade Economics Division, being currently responsible for directing the research program of the division as well as clearing all publications and presentations of division staff. He joined ERS as an Agricultural Economist in 1989. In July 2009, he assumed the position of Deputy Director of Rsearch and Progarm Management. He became a Senior Economist in 1999 and a Branch Chief in the Market and Trade Economics Division in 2001. From 1998 to 2000, he served as an Adjunct Professor in the Institute of Public Policy at Georgetown University, teaching a graduate class in internationl trade. He also served on the Faculty Review Board of the Georgetown Public Policy Review. In 1995, he received the Canadian Agricultural Economics Association Outstanding Journal Article Award, honorable mention, for his article (coauthored with A. Webb, E. Dusch, and K. Gudmunds) “Quantitative Assessment of U.S. Wheat Performance for Quality Characteristics,” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics (1994). In 1991, he received the Western Agricultural Economic Association Outstanding Published Research Award, for his article (coauthored with Julian Alston, Colin Carter, and Richard Green) “Whither Armington Trade Models,” American Journal of Agricultural Economics (1990). Between 2002 an 2007, he served as an Editor of the Review of Agricultural Economics and also served as an Ex-Officio Member of the American Agricultural Economics Association Executive Board. He received a Ph.D. degree in agricultural economics in 1987 from the University of California-Davis. He received an M.S. degree in 1985 in agricultural economics which is from the same institution. He received his B.S. in agricultural economics in 1981 from the University of Arizona.
Biography Updated on 2 April 2012