Kelly A. Davidson, PhD
- Ph.D. University of Florida, 2017
- M.S. University of Kentucky, 2009
- B.S. University of Kentucky, 2008
- APEC345: Strategic Selling and Buyer Communication
- APEC412: Strategic Marketing Competition
- Behavioral Economics
- Agriculture, Food, and Nutrition Policy
- International Development and Trade
Impacts of Nutrition Messaging on Food Choice and Dietary Diversity in Bangladesh USAID Feed the Future Integrating Gender and Nutrition within Agricultural Extension Services (INGENAES) http://ingenaes.illinois.edu
Davidson, K. and K. Mosiman. 2018. “What’s on Your Plate? Empowering Bangladeshi Researchers through Innovative Methods.” USAID Feed the Future Integrating Gender and Nutrition within Agricultural Extension Services (INGENAES) Success Story http://ingenaes.illinois.edu/wp-content/uploads/ING-Success-Story-2018_01-Bangladesh-Food-Plate-Study-Davidson-Mosiman.pdf
Davidson, K. and C. Eisenmann, “Technology Profile: Household-based Pond Aquaculture and Homestead Gardening.” USAID Integrating Gender and Nutrition within Agricultural Extension Services (INGENAES), March 2016. http://ingenaes.illinois.edu/apply/technology-profiles/
Serra, R., M. Vigneri, J. Kaminski and K. Davidson. “Empowering Women through Collective Action in Agricultural Markets: Evidence from Honey Producers in Ethiopia.”
Davidson, K., J. Kropp, C. Mullally, and W. Rahman. “Behavioral Economics and Nutrition Education in Bangladesh: Comparing Food Choices in the Lab with Dietary Diversity at Home.” In Preparation.
Davidson, K., J. Kropp, and P. Useche. “Modeling Market Participation and Nutrient Demand Among Agricultural Households in Bangladesh.” In Preparation.
Davidson, K. and J. Kropp. “Potential Trade Distortions of the USDA Catfish Inspection Program.”
Davidson, K., M. Pan, W. Hu, and D. Poerwanto. 2012. “Consumers’ Willingness to Pay for Aquaculture Fish Products vs. Wild-Caught Seafood – A Case Study in Hawaii.” Aquaculture Economics and Management, 16(2):136-154.
Maynard, L. and K. Davidson. 2009. “Consumer-Level Determinants of Wine Purchases in Canadian Restaurants.” Journal of Wine Economics, 4(1): 10-24.