Carl Dillon, Ph.D

Associate Professor
Research
Teaching

cdillon@uky.edu
Phone (859) 257-3267

403 Charles E. Barnhart Building
Lexington KY 40546

Curriculum Vitae
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Professional Profile

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Kentucky.  July 2008 - Present.  Averaged about 65% Research and 35% Teaching

Associate Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Kentucky.  September 1998 – June 2008.  Averaged about 65% Research and 35% Teaching

Associate Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, University of Arkansas.  July 1996 - August 1998

Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology,

University of Arkansas.  August 1990 - June 1996

Research Associate, Department of Agricultural Economics,

TexasA&MUniversity.  January 1988 - August 1990

Research Assistant, Department of Agricultural Economics,

TexasA&MUniversity.  January 1986 - December 1987

Student Assistant, Department of Agricultural Sciences and Vocational Education,

SamHoustonStateUniversity.  September 1983 - December 1985

 PROFESSIONAL SPECIALTY:

Investigation of the profitability and risk management potential for selected alternative production practices, management strategies and new technologies for farmers. Mathematical programming and whole farm modeling. Precision agriculture economics

Education

Ph.D. Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University, May 1991

Dissertation: An Economic Analysis of Edwards Aquifer Water Management

 Advisor - Bruce A. McCarl

M.S. Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University, December 1987

Thesis: An Economic Study of Tactical Crop Production Decisions in the Blacklands: The Melding of Biophysical Simulation and Economic Decision Models

Advisor - James W. Mjelde

B.S. Agricultural Business, Sam Houston State University, December 1985

Areas of Interest

economics