John M. Polimeni (Ph.D., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Multi-Scale Integrated Analysis of Societal Metabolism: The Case of Romania

The Multi-Scale Integrated Analysis of Societal Metabolism approach is used to analyze the existence of a socioeconomic hysteretic process in the case of Romania (1930-2001).

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Jevons' Paradox: A Case Study of China

Does Jevons' Paradox, increased energy consumption while experiencing increased energy efficiency, exist for China? If so, what are the reasons for its existence.

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Protecting the Global Food Supply from a Terrorist Attack

Agriculture is an attractive target for terrorist attacks and should be of the highest concern for the national security of any country.

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Structural Adjustment and the Igbo Extended Family

The effect of globalization on the traditional Igbo society is studied using a survey of two villages. The role of the extended family is discussed.

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A Theoretical Approach to Reduce Discarded Pharmaceuticals in the Environment

This paper presents an economic model to reduce pollution from pharmaceutical products.

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Water and National Security

Water and National Security in South and East Asia

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Megadams and their Health Effects on Women

This paper will provide examples of how women are negatively affected from dam projects in India, China, and Africa.

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Jevons’ Paradox: The Cases of India and China

Does Jevons’Paradox exist for China and India?

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