Big Meat, Small Towns: The deregulation of the American food system (October 14, 2020)

Law, Ethics, & Animals Program at Yale Law School

Oct 16, 2020

On October 14, 2020, LEAP hosted an online lunch talk with Austin Frerick, deputy director of Yale’s Thurman Arnold Project, an interdisciplinary center for antitrust enforcement and competition policy. Austin has previously published work on the state of competition America’s food system—his article “To Revive Rural America, We Must Fix Our Broken Food System” has appeared in the American Conservative, Civil Eats, The Progressive Populist, and the Cedar Rapids Gazette. He is also a senior fellow at Data for Progress. This event was presented as part of the Law, Ethics, & Animals Program’s One Health speaker series. It was co-sponsored by the Thurman Arnold Project, the Yale Sustainable Food Program, the Yale Animal Law Society, and the Yale Environmental Law Association.

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See:  Food-matters.tv

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