Faculty Member information
|Robert J. Hogan, Jr.
Associate Professor – Extension Economist
PhD (Agricultural Economics), Oklahoma State University
BS (Agricultural Economics), Oklahoma State University
District 10 Center
|About Dr. Hogan:
Dr. Robert “Rob” Hogan is an Assistant Professor and Extension Economist, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, District 6 stationed at the Texas A&M Extension Center in Fort Stockton. Dr. Hogan came to the Texas A & M System from the University Of Arkansas Division Of Agriculture as a faculty member in 2007.Rob was raised on a family farm and ranch in the Panhandle of Texas, east of Amarillo. He earned a B.S. in agricultural economics from Oklahoma State University (1972). Returning to the family operation, he was a producer of beef cattle, forage, and wheat from 1972 through 1999. During this time like others in that area, he held various off farm jobs to increase and stabilize family income.In 1999 after all children were grown and gone from home, he returned to graduate school at Oklahoma State University with his wife Geniva. Rob received his Ph.D. in 2003 in agricultural economics with specialties in livestock marketing and production economics.As the District Economist, his responsibilities include presentation of economically related information and applied research in management, marketing, and policy for stakeholders in Far West Texas such as farmers and ranchers, merchandisers, processors, and lenders. His interests include farm and ranch management, production economics, economic markets, and product marketing.Selected Publications:
Carlberg, J.G., R.J. Hogan, Jr., and C.E. Ward. “Game Theory Application to Fed Cattle Procurement in an Experimental Market.” Agribusiness: An International Journal 25(2009):56-69.Klose, Steven L., Danny Klinefelter, and Rob Hogan. 2008. “Agriculture and the 2008 Credit Crisis.” 2008-6. Publication Series, Department of Agricultural Economics, The Texas A & M University System. November.Popp, Michael and Robert Hogan, Jr. “Assessment of Two Alternative Switchgrass Harvest and Transport Methods.” 2007. Presented at Biofuels, Food, and Feed Tradeoffs Farm Foundation Conference, St. Louis, MO, April 12-13.Vories, E. D., P. L. Tacker, and R. Hogan. 2005. Multiple Inlet Approach To Reduce Water Requirements For Rice Production. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 21(4):611-616.