Lurleen Walters

Lurleen Walters

Assistant Professor

Vitae: Link
  • Ph.D., University of Florida, 2008
  • M.S., Alabama A&M University, 1999
  • B.S., Alabama A&M University, 1997
Research Interests
  • Farm labor and US immigration policy issues
  • Local food markets
  • Agriculture/agribusiness and international trade as catalysts for economic development
  • Food policy and behavioral economics

Recent Publications

  • Seale, S.D., L. Walters. 2016. Mississippi agribusiness exporting primer. Mississippi State University Extension Service, Publication #2934. 4 pp. Download

  • Walters, L.M., K.G. Jones. 2016. Caribbean food import demand: An application of the CBS Differential Demand System. Journal of Food Distrubition Research 47(2):19-37. Download

  • Vilme, H., I. Lopez, L. Walters, S. Suther, P. Brown, M. Dutton, J. Barber. 2015. Perspectives of stakeholders on implementing a farm-to-university program at an HBCU. American Journal of Health Behavior 39(4):529-539. Download

  • Walters, L.M., D. Harvey, K. Jones. 2015. To have or not to have the common external tariff: The CARICOM countries conundrum. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 18(A):245-262. Download

  • Jones, K., S. Wozniak, and L. Walters. 2013. Did the proposed country of origin law affect product choices? The case of salmon. Journal of Food Products Marketing 19(1):62-76. Download