R. Mark Rogers is an independent economic consultant and 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. Rogers has testified in almost 100 cases in 14 states. 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.
On other court related economic issues, Rogers is an expert in analysis for alimony, personal injury, wrongful death, and life care plans.
He also has expertise in corporate and government applications.
Previously, he was an economist with over 19 years of experience with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta as economist and forecaster for national and regional economies. Rogers supervised production of numerous documents at the Atlanta Fed for making monetary policy. He has extensive writing and presentation skills.
Mark is also the author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Economic Indicators (Alpha Books, Oct 2009), 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 and business statistics as adjunct professor for Clayton State University, Morrow, GA and has lectured on economics for Georgia Military College, Fayetteville, Georgia and has taught business forecasting for Emory University, Atlanta, GA.