Ethan Sabala is a research agricultural economist in the International Trade and Development branch of the Market and Trade Economics Division.
Ethan joined the ERS in 2021. Prior to joining ERS, Ethan was a graduate student at Texas Tech University where his thesis received the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, Western Agricultural Economics Association, Southern Agricultural Economics Association, and Texas Tech Outstanding Thesis Awards.
Ph.D. Agricultural and Applied Economics, Texas Tech University
M.S. Agricultural and Applied Economics, Texas Tech University
B.S. Agricultural Economics, University of Idaho
Ethan is a member of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA), Western Agricultural Economics Association (WAEA), and Southern Agricultural Economics Association (SAEA).
Sabala, Ethan, and Stephen Devadoss. "Impacts of Chinese Tariff on World Soybean Markets," Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 44(1835-2019-1547):291-310, 2019.
Devadoss, Stephen, and Ethan Sabala. "Effects of Yuan–Dollar Exchange Rate Changes on World Cotton Markets," Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 52(3):420-439, 2020.
Sabala, Ethan, and Stephen Devadoss. "Spatial Equilibrium Analysis of Chinese Tariff on World Cotton Markets," The World Economy 44(7):2188-2202, 2021.