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Department of Agricultural Economics

Logan Britton

Logan BrittonAssistant Professor

311 Waters Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
785.532.6925 | Fax


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B.S., Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Communications & Journalism, Kansas State University, 2015
M.S., Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University, 2016
Ph.D., Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University, 2020

Research Interests and Experience

Dr. Logan Britton’s research interests include the areas of agribusiness, consumer demand, and supply chains. His research has focused on food and agricultural issues along the global food system. In addition, he has interest in teaching effectiveness and improving the learning experience for his students. Some of his current research areas include examining marketing issues for specialty livestock producers, mapping the Kansas beef supply chain, and eliciting consumer preferences for plant-based meat alternatives. Dr. Britton teaches courses in agricultural finance, agribusiness logistics, contemporary issues in global food systems, and computer decision tools. Prior to his doctoral studies and joining the K-State faculty, Dr. Britton was a staff member at the U.S. Grains Council in Washington, D.C.

Teaching Responsibilities

AGEC 115 | Decision Tools for Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness
AGEC 315 | Contemporary Issues in Global Food and Agricultural Systems
AGEC 513 | Agricultural Finance
AGEC 632 | Agribusiness Logistics
AGEC 730 | Applied Agribusiness Logistics

Areas of Specialization

Consumer Demand
Supply Chains
Teaching and Learning