Amanda M. Countryman

Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics, Colorado State University

As an agricultural economist, my research employs computable general equilibrium modeling techniques to investigate the economic implications of international trade policy, focusing specifically on the impacts of trade reform on agriculture. I investigate issues related to the World Trade Organization as well as bilateral and multilateral trade partnerships, nontariff barriers to trade, the role of agricultural trade policy on poverty as well as trade issues related to livestock and meat sectors.

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor of Agriculture and Resource Economics, Colorado State University