Ethan Tremblay – Highest Honors

Ethan Tremblay, a double major in economics and journalism, graduated with highest honors on Saturday.  His honors thesis measured the influence of organizational context on experimental measures of cooperation in the food sector.  Tremblay compared a food coop with a traditional grocery.  Tremblay is now preparing his thesis for publication, and will begin a Masters of Economics with Tim Waring in the fall of 2015.

Ethan’s prior publication on the role of cooperation in the food system is available here:

Ethan Tremblay and Timothy Waring. “A Smiling Face Is Half The Meal: The Role of Cooperation in Sustaining Maine’s Local Food IndustryMaine Policy Review 23.2 (2015): 43-50.

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Ethan Tremblay (right) with adviser Tim Waring (left).

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About Tim Waring

I am an evolutionary human ecologist. I study human culture and cooperation as they relate to environmental sustainability, at the University of Maine.
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