Aman­da M. Coun­try­man is an agri­cul­tur­al econ­o­mist at Col­orado State Uni­ver­si­ty. Her 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. She 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.
Rural America
No One Wins in a Trade War, Especially not American Farmers