D. Adeline Yeh is a research agricultural economist in the Crops Branch of the Market and Trade Economics Division at the Economic Research Service (ERS).
Adeline joined ERS in June 2021 after completing her Ph.D. study. Her research focuses on issues in specialty crops, including sustainable pest management, pathogen-tested planting materials, consumer demand for fruits and vegetables, as well as other extension-oriented outputs. Prior to her doctoral study, she worked on the computable general equilibrium modeling team at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in Washington D.C.
Adeline received her Ph.D. and M.S. in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University, and her B.S. in Agricultural Economics from National Taiwan University.
Adeline is a member of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA).
Kraft, Laura J., D. Adeline Yeh, Miguel I. Gómez, and Hannah J. Burrack. 2020. “Determining the Effect of Postharvest Cold Storage Treatment on the Survival of Immature Drosophila Suzukii (Diptera: Drosophilidae) in Small Fruits.” Journal of Economic Entomology 113 (5): 2427–35.
Yeh, D. Adeline, Francis A. Drummond, Miguel I. Gómez, and Xiaoli Fan. 2020. “The Economic Impacts and Management of Spotted Wing Drosophila (Drosophila Suzukii): The Case of Wild Blueberries in Maine.” Journal of Economic Entomology 113 (3): 1262–69.
Yeh, D. Adeline, Miguel I. Gómez, and Harry M. Kaiser. 2019. “Signaling Impacts of GMO Labeling on Fruit and Vegetable Demand.” PLOS ONE 14 (10): e0223910.