Minghao Li is an Assistant Professor of Economics at New Mexico State University. He works in the areas of labor economics, agricultural economics, and international trade. His expertise areas include applying economics to examine various empirical topics such as intergenerational mobility and agricultural markets. He is also experienced in using computational general equilibrium models to evaluate the impacts of trade policies.
U.S. farmers have suffered a lot in the past few years: The trade war with China, natural disasters and the COVID-19 pandemic have all resulted in substantial losses for many producers. Farmers overwhelmingly supported Donald Trump in 2016 and remain critical to his reelection in many swing states such as Iowa and Minnesota. But given […]