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Faculty and Staff - Stephen King

Dr. Stephen King, Ph.D

Dr. Stephen King, Ph.D

Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics

Office:  EST 240
Phone:  270-745-5964


Fall Semester
AGEC 360 – Agricultural Economics
AGEC 362 – Agricultural Marketing
AGRI 398 – Agricultural Business Seminar
Spring Semester
AGEC 360 – Agricultural Economics
AGEC 361 – Farm Management
AGEC 463 – Agricultural Finance
Summer Term
AGRI 291 – Introduction to Data Analysis
AGEC 460 – Agricultural Policy
AGEC 468 – World Food Development
AGEC 561 – Agricultural Production Economics


Craft, Kortney E., Rezaul Mahmood, Stephen A. King, 2013. Gregory Goodrich, and Jun Yan. “Drought and Corn in Kentucky.”  Applied Geography. 45:353-362. Available at:

Bilgic, Abdulbaki; Stephen King; Aaron Lusby; and Dean F. Schreiner. 2002. “Estimates of U.S.Regional Commodity Trade Elasticities.”  The Journal of Regional Analysis & Policy, 32(2):31-50. Available at: 

King, Stephen A. and David K. Lewis. 2000. “Manufacturing Solid Wood Products From Used Utility Poles: An Economic Feasibility Study.” Forest Products Journal, 50(11/12):69-78.  Available at:;jsessionid=9D1A44265B698C05A2A20C7B8AEC60E2

King, Stephen A. and David K. Lewis. 2000. “A Survey of the Preservative Treated Wood Market in Oklahoma.” Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 24(2):70-76. Available at:


Dr. King earned his PhD in Agricultural Economics and MS in Forest Resources with concentration in Forest Resource Economics from Oklahoma State University.  His BA is in Business Administration with concentration in Marketing from Washington State University.  Prior to WKU, Dr. King was assistant professor of Agribusiness & Economics at the San Diego State University – Imperial Valley. 

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