Suhina Deol

Suhina Deol is an economics Ph.D. candidate at the Washington State University specializing in agricultural economics and econometrics. She is conducting her dissertation research with Drs. Joseph Cook, Jonathan Yoder, and Michael Brady under the Technology for Trade project (USDA NIFA Project # 1016467) by collecting and analyzing data from Washington state farmers with surface water irrigation. One of her papers examines psychological ownership effects and nonpecuniary returns to farming on water markets.

She has a master’s degree in agricultural and resource economics from the University of Arizona and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Missouri State. At Arizona, she has worked as a research assistant and after graduation taught classes such has AREC 450: Financial Management for Agribusiness.