Peer Review Publications

Lacy, K., Ward, R., Bordigioni, M., Emm, S., Allen, K., & Whyte, A. (2021). Issues and Implications of New Conversations Around Meat Supply in the West. Western Economics Forum, 19(1), 21-32.

Lacy, K., Parker, E., Shapoval, O., & Sørenson, T. (2020). A Fire Sale for an Incombustible Commodity: Entry and Exit in the Helium Market. Applied Economics Teaching Resources (AETR)2(4), 20-33.

Kiesel, K., Zuo, N., Plakias, Z.T., Peña-Lévano, L.M., Barkley, A., Lacy, K., Hanson, E. and Treme, J. (2020). Enhancing Student Engagement in a Changing Academic Environment-Tested Innovations for Traditional Classes and Online Teaching. Applied Economics Teaching Resources (AETR)2(3), 16-28.

Lacy, K., Sørensen, T. & Gibbons, E. (2019). Government Cheese: A Case Study of Price Supports. Applied Economics Teaching Resources (AETR), 2(1), 14-35. (Link)

Lacy, K. & Huffman, W.E. (2016). Consumer Demand for Potato Products and Willingness-to-Pay for Low-Acrylamide, Sulfite-Free Fresh Potatoes and Dices: Evidence from Lab Auctions. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 41(1), 116-137.

Miranowski, J. A. & Lacy, K. M. (2017). When Do Resistance Management Practices Pay for the Farmer and Society? The Case of Western Corn Rootworm. AgBioForum, 19(2), 173-183.

Research Brief

Lacy, K., Bordigioni, M., Ward, R., Emm, S., Allen, K., & Whyte, A. (2021). Consumer Preferences For Locally Raised Beef. Western Rural Development Center. February 2021.

Working Papers

“How informed are consumers about new food technology? A role for new information” (with Wallace Huffman and Jonathan McFadden)

“Measuring and explaining the increasing market share of large U.S. farms, 1959-2012” (with Skyler Schneekloth and Peter Orazem)

“The simultaneous adoption of resistance management practices to control weeds” (with J. Arbuckle)

Work in Progress

“Experimental Evidence on how Budgets, Prices, and Nudges Affect Conservation Behavior” (with Peter Orazem)