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Assistant Professor of Economics, Colorado State University

Cher Li received her Ph.D. in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2013. She is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Colorado State University.

Her research focuses on labor topics related to women and how public policies and social institutes affect their decisions and outcomes. Her publications and working papers study a variety of issues, including gender differences in regrades in college, under-representation of women in economics majors, tort reforms and physician distributions, EITC claims by divorced parents, as well as birth and health outcomes of women.


  • 2013–2020
    Assistant Professor, Colorado State University