Eduardo Segarra, Ph.D.
Faculty Affiliate and Professor of Economics
Eduardo Segarra is a professor of agricultural and applied economics in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and a faculty affiliate with the Free Market Institute at Texas Tech University.
Prof. Segarra earned his B.A. in economics from Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, his M.S. in agricultural economics from University of Missouri-Columbia and his Ph.D. in agricultural economics from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech University).
Prof. Segarra has been a faculty member at Texas Tech University since 1988. He served as chair of the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics from 2005 to 2009. He has been a member of the board of directors for the Texas Tech Federal Credit Union since 2005.
Prof. Segarra's current teaching activities include the fundamentals of agricultural and applied economics. His primary research concerns the improvement of decision-making by the consideration of emerging technologies, changes in public policy, and environmental and resource constraints that are likely to affect society at large. Prof. Segarra is the author of more than 375 refereed/peer reviewed publications and professional presentations.
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