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About R. Mark Rogers

R. Mark Rogers is the author of The Complete Idiotís Guide to Economic Indicators, Alpha Books, September 2009.Mark has been tracking economic indicators for over a quarter of a century, offering a unique perspective on the economyís ups and downs. He developed his expertise during 19 years with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. There, he briefed the Atlanta Fed president on the economic outlook immediately prior to the Federal Reserveís Open Market Committee meetings, which are the Fedís policy meetings. In his role as macroeconomic forecast coordinator for the Macropolicy Group, Mark delved into the nitty-gritty of economic indicators to track the U.S. economy and forecast where it was going.

Mark also is an independent economic consultant, with expertise in corporate and government applications.  He also is a nationally recognized expert on child costs as related to family law issues and regularly testifies around the U.S. on economic issues of family law. Earlier, he was a governor's appointee to the 1998 Georgia Commission on Child Support.Mark has published on child cost issues in various legal and economic publications and conducts Continuing Legal Education seminars on child support.

 

Mark is also the author of the Handbook of Key Economic Indicators (Irwin, 1998; McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 2004). He has lectured nationally on the use and analysis of economic data with the Institute for Professional Education, Arlington, VA. He teaches economics in an adjunct capacity for Georgia Military College, Fayetteville, Georgia and has also taught economics for Clayton State University, Morrow, Georgia, and business forecasting for Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia.

 

 

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