Karin Wu is a Ph.D. candidate in Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before coming to the US, she was a research assistant at the Agricultural Policy Research Group in Taiwan, where she analyzed agricultural policy impact evaluations. Her research interest is at the intersection of applied econometrics, agricultural and food policy, and industrial organization. She is interested in analyzing how individuals react to policy changes or shocks. In her free time, she enjoys growing vegetables, snowboarding, and camping.