Lence publishes in AJAE
Professor Sergio Lence published in the most recent issue of American Journal of Agricultural Engineering. Lence co-authored the article "When does voluntary coordination work? Evidence from area-wide pest management" with Associate Professor Ariel Singerman of the Food and Resource Economics Department, University of Florida. Their article introduces a tool to assess the likelihood of success of voluntary coordination in situations where, ex ante, the collective action solution provides an appealing alternative (e.g., for pest and disease control).
"When does voluntary coordination work? Evidence from area-wide pest management"
Sergio Lence, Ariel Singerman
American Journal of Agricultural Economics
(Released March 2022)