Dr. Robert “Rob” Hogan is an Associate Professor and Extension Economist-Management, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension. He is the district economist in District 10 and is stationed at the Texas A&M Extension Center in Uvalde. Rob received his B.S. in Agricultural Economics from Oklahoma State University. Returning to the family operation, he was a producer of beef cattle, forage, and wheat from 1972 through 1999. He earned his Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from Oklahoma State University in 2003 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 Southwest and Far West Texas such as farmers and ranchers, merchandisers, processors, and ag lenders. He is a member of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Southern Agricultural Economics Association, and Western Agricultural Economics Association.
Special Focus: Farm and ranch management, production economics, economic markets, product marketing, and price analysis.
Lambert, D. M., J.A. Larson, R.K. Roberts, B.C. English, Xia “Vivian” Zhou, L.L. Falconer, R.J. Hogan, J.L. Johnson, and J.M. Reeves. 2016. “Resistance is Futile: Estimating the Costs of Managing Herbicide Resistance as a First-order Markov Process and the Case of US Upland Cotton Producers.” Agricultural Economics.
Thompson, W J, R J Hogan, and D F Waldron. 2016. Factors Affecting Meat Goat Prices in San Angelo, Texas. Sheep & Goat Research Journal.
Waldron, Dan, Bill Thompson, and Robert Hogan. 2015. Factors Affecting Price Differences Between Wool and Hair Lambs in San Angelo, Texas Auction Market. Sheep & Goat Research Journal.
Zhou, X., R.K. Roberts, J.A. Larson, D.M. Lambert, B.C. English, A.K. Mishra, L.L. Falconer, R.J. Hogan, J.L. Johnson, and J.M. Reeves. 2015. Differences in Glyphosate-Resistant Weed Management Practices over Time and Regions. Weed Technology 29(3).
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.