Crespi, Schulz publish in Agricultural Economics
CARD Director John Crespi and associate professor Lee Schulz published in the most recent issue of Agricultural Economics.
Crespi and Schulz co-authored the article "Long-run impacts of trade shocks and export competitiveness: Evidence from the U.S. BSE event" with Chen-Ti Chen, a PhD student in Iowa State's Department of Economics, William Hahn, an agricultural economist at USDA Economic Research Service, and Fawzi Taha (retired, formerly an agricultural economist at USDA-ERS). Their article examines the long-run impacts of the 2003 bovine spongiform encephalopathy (mad cow disease) outbreak in the United States had on the competitiveness of US beef exports.
The article is available here.
Long-run impacts of trade shocks and export competitiveness: Evidence from the U.S. BSE event
Chen-Ti Chen, John M. Crespi, William Hahn, Lee L. Schulz, Fawzi Taha
(Released October 2020)