Ph.D., Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, Davis, June 2006
Fields of study: Agricultural Economics, Environmental and Resource Economics
M.S., Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, Davis, 2003
B.A., cum laude
Economics, Brigham Young University, 1998
Greg McKee's teaching and research interests address inter-firm relationships in food and agricultural business economics. Topics of interest include: financial performance of cooperative businesses; management of cooperative businesses; marketing activities of cooperative businesses; contracting and vertical integration in agriculture and agribusiness; and changes in the mechanisms used by agribusiness to establish relationships with their customer base. Dr. McKee is also interested in the economics of invasive species management, including the cost and benefit of policies designed to manage invasive species and the information requirements to develop such policies. He teaches courses in cooperative business management and in agribusiness industrial strategy. Research projects have been supported by the USDA-ERS, and a variety of cooperative business organizations.