Guanming Shi

Renk Agribusiness Chair, Professor and Department Chair

(608) 262-8966

433 Taylor Hall
427 Lorch St.
Madison, WI 53706

Applied microeconomics, empirical industrial organization, innovation and intellectual property rights, and production economics
Office Hours
By appointment
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I study the economics of industrial organization in the U.S and China. Much of my research focuses on firms' strategic behavior under imperfect competition including pricing, product offering, collusion, and intellectual property protection, with applications to biotechnology and innovation in the genetically modified seed industry. I am also interested in the adoption, profitability and impact of new technology, and emerging issues related to environment and development in developing economy.
Curriculum Vitae
Google Scholar
Pan Asia Pacific Sustainability Initiative (PAPSI)
Initiative for Studies in Transformational Entrepreneurship (INSITE)
AAE 635: Applied Microeconomic Theory
AAE 540: Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation and Technology
AAE 724: Practicum for Applied Economists
Ph.D., Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, Berkeley, 2005
M.S., Community Development and Applied Economics, University of Vermont, 1999
B.S., International Finance, Fudan University, 1995