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October 2010

Joseph Henry VOGEL, PhD

P.O. Box 9021833, San Juan, PR 00902-1833

www.josephhenryvogel.com
EXPERIENCE
2003-present University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras. Professor, Department of Economics. (Ranked #1 in the Faculty of Social Sciences with 1470 of 1500 points for promotion to tenured full professor on July 1, 2008). Graduate course assignment: economics of sustainable development, economics of natural resources, economics of intellectual property and biotechnology. Undergraduate course assignment: principles, and history of economic thought, Honors College (Amazonia in the Arts: Ecocriticism versus the Economics of Deforestation). January 2005- January 2007, Director of Research Unit.
1994-2003 Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales [FLACSO] Quito, Ecuador, Professor. Graduate course assignment: environmental/ecological economics, intellectual property rights and the Convention on Biological Diversity, public finance, and seminar in behavioural microeconomics. Undergraduate course assignment: economics of biodiversity, at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador-Quito (Spring, 1996-98); economics of sustainable development, at the School for International Training-Quito and University of Trent in Ecuador.

1999 Centro de Estudios Superiores Universitarios (CESU), Universidad Mayor de San Simón, Cochabamba, Bolivia, April, Invited Professor of graduate course, The Economics of Biodiversity.
1998 Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain. April-June, Invited Professor of graduate course, The Economics of Biodiversity.
1997-98 Proyecto Modernización del Estado (MOSTA), financed by World Bank, preparation of environmental volume in text of same title, regarding environmental policy reform in Ecuador.
1990-94 Centre for International Research on Communication and Information Technologies (CIRCIT), Melbourne, Australia. Research Fellow-intellectual property and environmental economics. May-August 1990, May-June 1991, July 1992-May 1994.
1992-93 Deakin University, Geelong, Australia. Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, Faculty of Commerce. Appointment simultaneous with CIRCIT. Course assignment: second year macroeconomics, second year microeconomics, honours seminars in environmental economics and in macroeconomics.
1991-92 Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Viçosa, Brazil. Fulbright Scholar-Research/Teaching Award. Departamento de Economia Rural. August-December appointment. Follow-up award May-July. Course assignment: graduate seminar, environmental economics.
1988-92 University of So. Mississippi, Department of Economics and International Business. Hattiesburg, MS. Assistant Professor. Course assignment: statistics, multinational business finance, managerial economics, and macroeconomics.
1980-88 Polyglott, Inc., Fanwood, NJ. Technical translator (Spanish/Portuguese/English).
1982-84 Rutgers University, Department of Economics, Instructor (faculty). New Brunswick, NJ. Course assignment: macroeconomics and managerial economics.


    1. Rutgers University, Department of Economics, Teaching Assistant-operations analysis, statistics, corporate finance, and microeconomics and Research Assistant-health economics, at the NJ Bureau of Economic Research.

EDUCATION
1979-87 Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Ph.D.-economics. Fields of study: international economics, economic development, economic and biosocial anthropology.
1984-86 Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Visiting doctoral student invited by Prof. E.O. Wilson. Department of Evolutionary Biology.
1977-78 American Graduate School of International Management, Glendale, Arizona. M.B.A. (Masters of Business Administration in International Management).
1974-77 Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. B.A.- double major, chemistry and Spanish.
PENDING PUBLICATIONS AND ONGOING RESEARCH



  1. “Contextualizing Intellectual Property in Deep History: Geopiracy and Indigenous Australia,” Joseph Henry Vogel, Janny Robles, Camilo Gomides, and Carlos Muñiz, in anthology-in-progress, Barbara Ann Hocking and Margaret Stephenson (editors), History Is Not Even Past: Co-Existence, Denial and Contemporary Legal Issues for Indigenous Asutralia (Ashgate, submission expected late 2010).



  1. Amazonia in the Arts: Ecocriticism versus the Economics of Deforestation. Camilo Gomides and Joseph Henry Vogel. A ten chapter book (72,000 word) which forms the text for the course of the same title. Contract extended by FLACSO Academic Press on 6 February, 2008, accepted and expected in Spanish and English simultaneously, 2010.




  1. “How to Join the Geopiracy Project” Camilo Gomides, Joseph Henry Vogel, Janny Robles,and Carlos Muñiz, accepted by OMETECA and expected publication, late 2010.




  1. “Geopiraterie als neuer Streitpunkt in den Verhandlungen über Geistige Eigentumsrechte: Warum kleine Staaten die Führung übernehmen sollten,” Joseph Henry Vogel, Janny Robles, Camilo Gomides, Carlos Muñiz, [trans. Johannes Oliver Gnann] Redaktion MultiMedia und Recht, forthcoming, 2010.




  1. Anthology financed by Australia Research Council, Viruses as Genetic Resources: The Implications of Access and Benefit-Sharing, edited by Barbara A. Hocking with two chapter contributions by Hocking and Vogel, “Introduction: Making Sense of Access and Benefit-Sharing in the light of Transaction Costs” and Vogel, “The ‘Tragedy of the Anti-anticommons’ for Vaccine R&D.” Submission expected early 2011.



PUBLICATIONS


  1. “Wronged by the Wrong Language: The International Regime on Access and Benefit-Sharing,” Joseph Henry Vogel and Manuel Ruiz, Commentary, BRIDGES ICTSD, October 2010.




  1. “Das Erdöl im Boden lassen oder die Suche nach dem verlorenen Paradies
    Politische und ökonomische Aspekte zur Unterstützung der Initiative, das Erdöl im Yasuní Nationalpark nicht zu fördern,” Alberto Acosta, Eduardo Gudynas, Esperanza Martínez and Joseph H. Vogel. In Heidi Feldt, Clarita Müller-Plantenberg (Hrsg.): Bündnisse zur Rückgewinnung des gesellschaftlichen Naturbezuges - 20 Jahre Klimabündnis, Entwicklungsperspektiven Nr. 99, Kassel University Press, Kassel 2010, S.58-79




  1. “Opinion: Yasuní and the New Economics of Climate Change” CNN. Edition: International. August 23, 2010. http://edition.cnn.com/2010/OPINION/08/23/oped.yasuni/index.html#fbid=kwAU32Rinaj&wom=false




  1. “Barcoding Life to Conserve Biological Diversity: beyond the Taxonomic Imperative,” Vernooy R, Haribabu E, Muller MR, Vogel JH, Hebert PDN, et al. 2010 Barcoding Life to Conserve Biological Diversity: Beyond the Taxonomic Imperative. PLoS Biol 8(7): e1000417. 13 July 2010. http://www.plosbiology.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pbio.1000417 With video: http://www.scivee.tv/node/19514




  1. “Prefacio e Introducción de El Museo de Bioprospección, Propiedad Intelectual, y Conocimientos Tradicionales: Un lugar, un proceso, una filosofía” Joseph Henry Vogel, trans. by Carlos Arturo Espinosa Gallegos-Anda of The Museum of Bioprospecting, Intellectual Property, and the Public Domain: A Place, A Process, A Philosophy (London: Anthem Press, 2010), in Carlos Arturo Espinosa Gallegos-Anda and Camilo Pérez Fernández (eds.) Los derechos de la naturaleza y la naturaleza de los derechos (Quito, Ecuador: Ministerio de Justicia, 2010).




  1. “¿Prevaleció la lógica en el WG-ABS9? El emergente Régimen Internacional de Acceso a los Recursos Genéticos y la Distribución Justa y Equitativa de Beneficios” Joseph Henry Vogel and Manuel Ruiz in Vitulia Ivone (ed), Biodiversidad, biotecnologías y derecho: un crisol para la sustentabilidad (Roma, ARACNE, 2010), pp.217-249.




  1. “Did Logic Prevail at WG-ABS9? The Emerging International Regime on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits” Translation of “¿Prevaleció la lógica en el WG-ABS9? El emergente Régimen Internacional de Acceso a los Recursos Genéticos y la Distribución Justa y Equitativa de Beneficios”in Vitulia Ivone (ed), Biodiversidad, biotecnologías y derecho: un crisol para la sustentabilidad (Roma, ARACNE, 2010). Manuel Ruiz and Joseph Henry Vogel. http://www.spda.org.pe/portal/_data/spda/documentos




  1. “Primate Economics 101” Book Review of Stephen A. Marglin’s The Dismal Science: How Thinking Like an Economist Undermines Community. Joseph Henry Vogel, Gamaliel Lamboy, and Fernando Tormos-Aponte. Evolutionary Psychology 8(2): 189-193. 3 May 2010 http://www.epjournal.net/filestore/EP08189193.pdf




  1. “Collapse Tourism: Reflections Floating Face Down,” OMETECA Science and Humanties XIV-XV, 2010, 342-346.




  1. “Logic Should Prevail: A New Theoretical and Operational Framework, for the International Regime on Access to Genetic Resources, and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits,” Manuel Ruiz, Joseph Henry Vogel, Teodora Zamudio, Initiative for the Prevention of Biopiracy, Research Documents. Year 5, No. 13 March 2010. http://www.spda.org.pe/portal/_data/spda/documentos/20100316110250_Serie%2013%20Ingles.pdf




  1. “La lógica debe prevalecer: un nuevo marco teórico y operativo para el Régimen Internacional de Acceso a Recursos Genéticos y Distribuciòn Justa y Equitativa de Beneficios.” Manuel Ruiz, Joseph Henry Vogel, Teodora Zamudio, Año 5, No. 13 March 2010. (http://www.spda.org.pe/portal/ver-publicacion.php?id=162)




  1. The Museum of Bioprospecting, Intellectual Property, and the Public Domain: A Place, A Process, A Philosophy. Author of Preface, first chapter “The Bauplan”, second chapter “Looking the Gorgon in the Face,” and Appendix. Editor of remaining 6 chapters. Anthology was one of three finalists for the SAR Prize of the Latin American Studies Association Congress 2007 (London: Anthem Press, 2010).

http://www.anthempress.com/index.php/subject-areas/browse-by-series/academic-and-professional-publishing/anthem-studies-in-development-and-globalization/the-museum-of-bioprospecting-intellectual-property-and-the-public-domain.html


  1. The Economics of the Yasuní Initiative: Climate Change as if Thermodynamics Mattered. Foreword by UNESCO Prof. Graciela Chichilnisky, Columbia University and member of IPCC, winner of Nobel Peace Laureate 2007. Funded by United Nations Development Program (London: Anthem Press, 2009) Hard/soft cover and as free e-Book launched at the XV Conference of the Parties to the Framework Convention on Climate Change, Copenhagen, Denmark, December 2009. http://www.anthempress.com/index.php/subject-areas/browse-by-type/books-for-courses/the-economics-of-the-yasuni-initiative.html and http://www.anthempress.com/isbn/9781843318637/images/9781843318637_the_economics_of_the_Yasuni_initiative_e-book1.pdf




  1. “Leaving the Oil in the Ground: A Political, Economic, and Ecological Initiative in the Ecuadorian Amazon,” Alberto Acosta, Eduardo Gudynas, Esperanza Martínez and Joseph H. Vogel, Americas Program, Washington, DC: Center for International Policy, August 13, 2009. http://americas.irc-online.org/am/6345



  1. “Dejar el petróleo en tierra para el Buen Vivir: Elementos para una propuesta política, económica y ecológica para la iniciativa de no explotación petrolera en la Amazonia de Ecuador,” Alberto Acosta, Eduardo Gudynas, Esperanza Martínez y Joseph H. Vogel, Programa de las Américas Informe de la política, Washington, DC: Center for International Policy, 7 de julio de 2009. http://www.ircamericas.org/esp/6238




  1. “Foreword: Unintended Audiences.” Joseph Henry Vogel, in Jerry Hoeg and Kevin S. Larsen, Interdisciplinary Essays on Darwinism in Hispanic Literature and Film: The Intersection of Science and the Humanities. Lewiston, New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2009.




  1. Preface (co-authored with editor, Barbara A. Hocking), Chapter 5 “A Proposal Based on ‘The Tragedy of the Commons’: A Museum of Bioprospecting, Intellectual Property Rights, and the Public Domain,” and Chapter 10, “Conclusion: Shuffling the Law and Biology iPod” (co-authored with editor, Barbara A. Hocking), in The Nexus of Law and Biology: New Ethical Challenges (London: Ashgate, 2009), respectively, pp. xv-xxvii, 75-84, and 191-197.




  1. “‘Reap[ing] the whirlwind’ Book Review of International Law, Museums, and the Return of Cultural Objects by Ana Filipa Vrdoljak,” Barbara Ann Hocking and Joseph Henry Vogel, Review Media & Arts Law 14 (4) 2009: 552-553.




  1. “Profundizando en los incentivos financieros y de otra índole del RMFIRG: El Cártel de Biodiversidad,” pages 51-79 in Un blanco en movimiento: recursos genéticos y opciones para rastrear y monitorear sus flujos internacionales, editado por Manuel Ruiz Muller and Isabel Lapeña, (Bonn, Alemania: IUCN, 2009), http://cmsdata.iucn.org/downloads/eplp_67_3_sp.pdf




  1. Refléter les incitations financières et autres du dispositif LSMIRG: le cartel de la biodiversité, pages 51 to 81 in Une cible mobile : ressources génétiques et options de localisation et de surveillance de leurs mouvements internationaux, edited by Manuel Ruiz Miller and Isabel Lapeña (Bonn, Germany, IUCN, 2009). http://cmsdata.iucn.org/downloads/eplp_67_3_fr.pdf




  1. “Geopiracy: The unjustifiably false attribution of location in the visual arts,” Joseph Henry Vogel, Camilo Gomides, Janny Robles, and Carlos Muñiz, Bridges/Trade BioRes Review, Volume 2, Number 4, December 2008,

http://ictsd.net/i/news/bioresreview/34796/


  1. “Précis of The Museum of Bioprospecting, Intellectual Property, and the Public Domain: A Place, A Process, A Philosophy” by Joseph Henry Vogel, María Jose Moreno, Manuel Ruíz, Tomme Young, Stephen B. Brush, Charles R. McManis, Valentina Delich, Camilo Gomides, and Carlos Muñiz. International Journal of the Inclusive Museum .Volume 1, Issue 2, 2008, pp.111-126. http://ijz.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.177/prod.28




  1. “The Unspeakable Economics of ABS,” Bridges, International Centre for Sustainable Trade and Development, Vol. 12 no. 4 August 2008, 22. Reprinted in Bridges Trade BioRes Review, October 2008. Available online at: http://ictsd.net/i/news/bridges/27572/




  1. La geopiratería como un tema emergente en el marco de los derechos de propiedad intelectual: porqué los Estados pequeños deben asumir el liderazgo.” Joseph Henry Vogel, Janny Robles, Camilo Gomides, and Carlos Muñiz, in Baldo Kresalja (ed.): Anuario Andino de Derechos Intelectuales Nº4. Lima: PALESTRA, 2008, pp. 421-450.




  1. “Geopiracy as an Emerging Issue in Intellectual Property Rights: The Rationale for Leadership by Small States” Joseph Henry Vogel, Janny Robles, Camilo Gomides, and Carlos Muñiz, 21 Tulane Environmental Law Journal (Spring 2008), 391-406.




  1. “A geopirataria como tema emergente no marco dos direitos de propriedade intelectual: a razão pela qual os Estados Pequenos devem assumir a liderança” Joseph Henry Vogel, Janny Robles, Camilo Gomides, and Carlos Muñiz, translated into Portuguese by Camilo Gomides, in Brazilian Studies Association http://www.brasa.org/abstractspapers (scroll down to Vogel et al), August 2008.




  1. “A Better Metaphor,” Review of The Evolutionary Bases of Consumption by Gad Saad, Evolutionary Psychology, http://www.epjournal.net/filestore/ep06125128.pdf ---2008.6(1):125-128.




  1. “Nothing in Bioprospecting Makes Sense Except in the Light of Economics.” Chapter 5 (pages 65-74) in Naomi Sunderland, Phil Graham, Peter Isaacs, and Bernard McKenna (editors) Toward Humane Technologies: Biotechnology, New Media and Ethics, (Rotterdam, Sense Publishers Series, 2008).




  1. “Ecocriticism as an Economic School of Thought: Woody Allen’s Match Point as Exemplary.” OMETECA Science and Humanities,, Vol. XII, p. 105-119, 2008.




  1. Finanzas ¿Para qué? Críticas Stallings, Barbara with Rogerio Studart. Finance for Development: Latin America in Comparative Perspective.Washington, D.C: Brookings Institution Press, 2006, Ecologia Politica 36, diciembre 2008, http://www.ecologiapolitica.info/ep/36/36.htm, 141-144. Available in English, “Finances for What?” Book Review. Stallings, Barbara with Rogerio Studart. Finance for Development: Latin America in Comparative Perspective.Washington, D.C: Brookings Institution Press, 2006, enter intralink WORKING PAPERS of http://economia.uprrp.edu




  1. “Reflecting Financial and Other Incentives of the TMOIFGR: The Biodiversity Cartel.” Pages 47-74 in Manuel Ruiz and Isabel Lapeña (editors) A Moving Target: Genetic Resources and Options for Tracking and Monitoring their International Flows, Gland, Switzerland: IUCN, 2007. http://data.iucn.org/dbtw-wpd/edocs/EPLP-067-3.pdf




  1. “Markets or Metaphors? A Sustainable Livelihoods Approach to Watershed Management: Two Cases from Ecuador,” field work, analysis of survey data, and theoretical discussion, digital draft available in English (50 pages), a project funded by the International Institute of Environment and Development (IIED), London. Published in Spanish in 2007 as “¿Mercados o Metáforas? Pagos por Servicios Ambientales en Pimampiro, Eucador. Estudio de un caso en el Ecuador.” Pages 521-566 in Rosi Ulate y Jesús Cisneros (ed), Valoración económica, ecológica y ambiental. Análisis de casos en Iberoamérica. Editorial Universidad Nacional EUNA. Heredia, Costa Rica, 2007.




  1. “Una propuesta basada en ‘La tragedia de los comunes: Un museo de bioprospección, propiedad intellectual, y el conocimiento público.” Revista de Ciencias Sociales, número 16, 2007, 118-135. Also freely available online at: http://bibliotecavirtual.clacso.org.ar/ar/libros/pr/cis/rcs/16/JHenryVogel.pdf




  1. “From the ‘Tragedy of the Commons’ to the ‘Tragedy of the Commonplace’ Analysis and Synthesis through the lens of Economic Theory.” Chapter Nine of McManis, Charles, Biodiversity & Law, (London: EARTHSCAN, 2007), pp 115-136.




  1. “Turismo de Colapso: Reflexiones Flotando Boca Abajo,” Ecología Política, núm. 32, 2007, pp. 15-18.




  1. “An Ecocritical Analysis of The Old Man who Read Love Stories by Luis Sepulveda” (second author) with Camilo Gomides, OMETECA Science and Humanities, vol X, 2006, 182-201.




  1. “Sovereignty as a Trojan Horse: How the Convention on Biological Diversity Morphs Biopiracy into Biofraud.” in Barabara A Hocking (ed) Unfinished Constitutional Business? Rethinking Indigenous Self-Determination. Australia: Aboriginal Studies Press. 2005, 228-247




  1. “Ecological Debt and the Existence Value of Biodiversity: The Evidence begins with the Diario of Columbus’ First Voyage to America, 1492-1493”, first author, Joseph Henry Vogel, second author, Camilo Gomides, OMETECA Science and Humanities,Vol. 9, 2005, pp. 206-219.



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