Kranti Mulik is an agricultural economist with extensive experience in domestic and international agricultural policy. Her research has focused on a wide range of topics which include the impact of bilateral and multilateral trade agreements on US agricultural trade, economic and environmental impacts of diversified agriculture systems, the impact of shifting consumption patterns on land use, the role of increasing retail and institutional demand for local foods in promoting rural economic development and the adequacy of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) in supporting a healthy diet.
She has a PhD in agricultural economics from Kansas State University. Previously, she worked as the Senior Economist at the Union of Concerned Scientists, International Grains Analyst at Iowa state University, Senior Economist at IHS Global Insight and Research Assistant Professor at North Dakota State University.
Expertise: Agricultural Economics; International Trade