School of Business

Richard Vogel

Dean School of Business Email School of Business, Room 325

Richard Vogel is the Dean of the School of Business and Professor of Economics. His research interests and areas include economic development, urban economic growth, natural hazards analysis, and business and economics education. He was a Fulbright Fellow teaching as a Visiting Professor of Economics, in the department of Mathematical Economics at the National University of Mongolia in Ulaanbaatar in 2007. In 2019, he received the Academy of Economics and Finance Fellows award.

Courses Taught

ECO 156 Principles of Macroeconomics; ECO 157 Principles of Microeconomics; ECO 303 Arts and Entertainment Economics; ECO 304 Sports Economics; ECO 321 Engineering Economics; ECO 330 Modern Economic Thought; ECO 340 International Trade; ECO 350 Economics of Global Disasters; ECO 430 Urban and Regional Economics; ECO 490 Economic Research and Reporting; ECO 491 Applied Economic Analysis.

Publications

  • Richard Vogel, "Global viewpoints: The effect of geographic background and travel experience on choice of study.", New York Economic Review, 44(1) 2013, 43-53.
  • Richard Vogel, "Politics, diversity and the distribution of federal disaster assistance.", Economics and Business Letters 1(2), 2012.
  • Richard Vogel, Wisdom Akpalu and Xu Zhang, "The Rate of Time Preference, Seat Location Choice And Student Performance in the Classroom.", New York Economic Review, 43(1) 2012, 33-45.
  • Richard Vogel and Wisdom Akpalu, Student Performance in the Economics Classroom, Academy of Economics and Finance Journal, 1 2010, 61-67.
  • Richard Vogel and J. E. Payne, Introduction to the symposium on mathematics and economics: some perspectives from the Mathematical Association of America Curriculum Foundation seminar, Journal of Economics and Finance, 2010.
  • Richard Vogel and W. Hubert Keen, Public Higher Education and New York State’s Economy, Economic Development Quarterly: the journal of American economic revitalization, 34(4) 2010, 384-394.
  • Balacharan Veeramacheneni, Richard Vogel and E. Ekanayake, Information Technology and Agricultural Exports in India, Southwestern Economic Review, 37(1) 2010, 17-28.
  • Balacharan Veeramacheneni, Richard Vogel and E. Ekanayake, Information Technology, FDI and Economic Growth: an India Case Study, Southwestern Economic Review, 35(1) 2008.
  • Balacharan Veeramacheneni, Richard Vogel and E. Ekanayake, Information Technology and Economic Growth: A Causal Analysis, Southwestern Economic Review, 34(1) 2007, 75-88.
  • Richard Vogel and Hany Guirguis, Asymmetry in Regional Real House Prices, Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, 12(3) 2006, 293-98.
  • Balacharan Veeramacheneni and Richard Vogel, Income Inequality, Social Status and Growth, Southwestern Economic Review, 33 2006, 1-8.
  • Balacharan Veeramacheneni, Richard Vogel and E.M. Ekanayake, Causality and Economic Growth: Empirical Evidence from the Latin American and Caribbean Countries., Pennsylvania Economic Review, 13(1 & 2) 2005, 83-97.
  • Balacharan Veeramacheneni and Richard Vogel, The Effects of Hurricanes and Tropical Storms on Employment in the South, Southern Business and Economic Journal, 26(1 & 2) 2003, 71-86.
  • Balacharan Veeramacheneni, Richard Vogel and E. Ekanayake, Openness and Economic Growth: Empirical Evidence on the Relationship between Output, Inward FDI, and Trade., Journal of Business Strategies, 20(1) 2003, 51-63.
  • Richard Vogel, Special Events Subsidies and the Urban Economy, Southwestern Economic Review, 29(1) 2002, 63-70.
  • Richard Vogel, Expectations and Response to Natural Hazards: An Economic Perspective., journal of the American Society of Professional Emergency Planners, 7 2001, 87-93.
  • Richard Vogel, Natural Hazards, Foreign Direct Investment, and Sustainable Development: Evidence from the Caribbean., Journal of Global Awareness, 2(2) 2001, 42-53.
  • Richard Vogel, Relocation Subsidies: Regional Growth Policy or Corporate Welfare., Review of Radical Political Economics, 32(3) 2000, 437-447.
  • Richard Vogel, Subsidizing the Performing Arts: Profit, Loss and Residual Demand., Southwestern Economic Review, 27(1) 2000, 53-67.
  • Richard Vogel, The Impact of Natural Disaster on Urban Economic Structure., Review of Radical Political Economics, 30(3) 1998, 114-122.
  • Richard Vogel, Disaster Impact upon Urban Economic Structure: Linkage Disruption and Economic Recovery. in A. Farazmand and M. Dekker (Eds.), Handbook of Crisis and Emergency Management., New York: (2001), pp. 69-90.
  • Richard Vogel, Disaster Policy and the New York Metropolitan Area: A Post-Sandy Evaluation in Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Volume 38., : (2014).
  • Richard Vogel, Disaster Response, Mitigation and Growth in Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Volume 37, : (2013), 67-74.
  • Richard Vogel, Federal Disaster Policy and Regional Growth. in Proceedings of the Northeast Business and Economics Association, : (2013), 239-243.
  • Richard Vogel, A Blended Learning approach to the teaching of Sports Economics. in Proceedings of the New York State Economics Association, Vol. 5, : (2013), 242-254.
  • Richard Vogel, Switching Economics Courses from Online back to the Classroom: Student Performance and Outcomes. in International Journal of Business and Social Sciences 2(22), : (2011), 79-84.
  • Richard Vogel, "Natural Disasters and U.S. Economic Growth 11952-2009." in International Journal of Humanities and Social Science. 1(14), : (2011), 46-50.
  • Richard Vogel, Economic Impact of the Deepwater Horizon Disaster on the Gulf Coast in Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Volume 35, : (2011), 83-87.
  • Richard Vogel, Review of Innovation Nation: How America is Losing its Innovation Edge, Why it Matters, and What we can do to get it back. by John Kao, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 92(5) 2010, 1491-1493.
  • Richard Vogel, The Role of SUNY in New York State's Economic Development in Academy of Economics and Finance: Papers and Proceedings Volume 33, : (2009), 256-261.
  • Balacharan Veeramacheneni, Richard Vogel and E. Ekanayke, ICT in Developing Countries: A Study of India in Academy of Economics and Finance: Papers and Proceedings Vol. 33, : (2009), 250-255.
  • E. Ekanayke, Richard Vogel and D. Chatrna, The Effects of the Exchange Rate Volatility on Sri Lankan Exports: An Empirical Investigation in Academy of Economics and Finance: Papers and Proceedings Vol. 33, : (2009), 95-101.
  • Richard Vogel, "Off-Track Betting and the New York State Economy." in Proceedings of the New York State Economics Association Vol 1, : (2009), 115-123.
  • Balacharan Veeramacheneni, Richard Vogel and E.M. Ekanayake, "ICT in Education in India." in Proceedings of the New York State Economics Association Vol 1, : (2009), 104-114.
  • Sheldon Gordon and Richard Vogel, "The Curriculum Foundations Workshop on Economics." in MAA Focus (March/February), : (2009), 10-11.
  • D. Byambasuren, R. Enkhbat and Richard Vogel, "Human Capital and Economic Growth: The Case of Mongolia." in The Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Vol 32, : (2008), 54-56.
  • Balacharan Veeramacheneni, Richard Vogel and E. M. Ekanayake, Global Competitivieness, Technology Outsourcing and Engineering Education: The Case of USA, India and China in The Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Vol 32, : (2008), 320-323.
  • E.M. Ekanayake, Balacharan Veeramacheneni and Richard Vogel, "Trade Creation and Trade Diversion of the Proposed Free Trade Areas of the Americas." in The Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Vol. 31, : (2007), 85-92.
  • Balacharan Veeramacheneni and Richard Vogel, "Outsourcing: Moving up the Value Chain." in The Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Vol. 30, : (2006).
  • Richard Vogel, "Technology Incubators and the Long Island Economy." in The Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Vol. 30, : (2006).
  • Richard Vogel, "The Effects of Computer Viruses on Corporate Profits: A Time Series Approach." in The Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Vol. 29, : (2005), 380-386.
  • Richard Vogel, "Economic Redevelopment in the Suburbs." in The Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Vol. 28, : (2004), 339-343.
  • Richard Vogel and Balacharan Veeramacheneni, Distribution, Stock Markets, and Growth. in The Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Vol. 2, : (2003), 437-444.
  • Richard Vogel, Mining and Infrastructure Development: Prospects for Mongolia's long-run growth, Mongolian Mathematical Journal, 19 2015, 4-13.
  • Richard Vogel, "Employment and Income Effects of Natural Hazards in the South." in The Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Vol. 26, : (2002), 416-425.
  • Richard Vogel, "History and Story-telling in the Formation of Risk Expectations to Natural Disaster." in The Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Vol. 25, : (2001), 185-190.
  • Richard Vogel, "Location Subsidies and the Pro-Franchise." in The Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings 24:, : (2001), 134-143.
  • Richard Vogel, "Subsidizing the Performing Arts." in Southwestern Economic Proceedings: Selected Papers 27 (1), : (2000), 134-143.
  • Richard Vogel, The Economic Impact of Hurricanes along the Northwest Florida Coast. in Intercoast Newsletter 35, : (2000), 22-23.
  • Richard Vogel and Dean Allmon, "Economic Development in the South Pacific: A Factor Analysis Approach." in The Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings 2, : (1999), 385-389.
  • Richard Vogel, "Miami Versus the Hurricane: The Impact of Natural Disaster on Economic Growth." in Southwestern Economic Proceedings: Selected Papers 26 (1), : (1999), 43-48.
  • Richard Vogel, "Miami after Andrew: Differences and Variation in the Distribution of Economic Impact from Natural Disaster." in The Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings 22, : (1998), 357-361.
  • Richard Vogel, Balacharan Veeramacheneni and Natsuko Iwasaki, "CRAFTY Curriculum Foundations II Project - Economics" In Partner Discipline Recommendations for Introductory College Mathematics and Implications for College Algebra., commissioned by Report on the Curriculum Foundations Workshop on Economics and Mathematics Education held at Farmingdale State College, May 2008. Mathematical Association of America, 2011.
  • Richard Vogel and Michael Goodstone, "Economic Redevelopment within the Route 110 Corridor: Vision, Opportunities, and Challenges"., commissioned by Focus group study conducted for the Route 110 Redevelopment Corporation and the Institute for Applied Mathematics, SUNY - Farmingdale. Consulting Economist., 2003.
  • Richard Vogel, Classroom Culture: Learning in a Globalized Classroom., The Global Imperative for Higher Education NETWORK: A Journal of Faculty Development, 2015.
  • Richard Vogel, Going Global: Students' Opportunities and Choices., Reinventing Liberal Education: NETWORK: A Journal of Faculty Development., 2014.
  • Richard Vogel, Different views of the world: What do students choose to study when given the opportunity?, New Faces, New Expectations: NETWORK: A Journal of Faculty Development, 2013.
  • Richard Vogel, Developing Economics Students' Research Skills in a Writing Intensive Online Environment., Emerging Pedagogies for the New Millennium: NETWORK: A Journal of Faculty Development, 2012.
  • Richard Vogel, Global problems, accessible data, and technology in social science research., Engaging Students in the Community and the World: A National Symposium. NETWORK: A Journal of Faculty Development., 2011.
  • Richard Vogel, Making economics relevant: introducing social and global issues into the classroom., Engaging Students in the Community and the World: A National Symposium NETWORK: A Journal of Faculty Development, 2011.
  • Richard Vogel, Student Interpretations of Disasters: Do Online Students Repond Differently than Face-to-face Students? Evidence from the Classroom., Challenge as Opportunity: The Academy in the Best and Worst of Times - A National Symposium. NETWORK: A Journal of Faculty Development, 2010.
  • Sheng Li, Richard Vogel and Nanda Viswanathan, Economic Growth and Revitalization of Long Island: The Role of the Recreational Fishing and Marine Economy, Academy of Economics and Finance Journal, 7 2016, 29-34.
  • Richard Vogel, Pathways to Student Engagement and Success in the Classroom, Teaching a New Generation of Students: Faculty Resource Network National Symposium, 2016(Fall) 2017.
  • Darius Conger, Glenn Gerstner and Richard Vogel, Does Spending on Athletics Impact Investment in Academics? The Case of Football Spending and Faculty Salaries, Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 12(2) 2018.
  • Sheng Li, Richard Vogel and Nanda Viswanathan, Impacts of Recent Shocks on Long Island’s Tourism: A CGE Model, Academy of Economics and Finance Journal, 8(1) 2017.
  • Sheng Li, Richard Vogel and Nanda Viswanathan, Demand for Saltwater Recreational Fishing: A Generalized Demand Approach, Ocean and Coastal Management, 179 2019.
  • Richard Vogel, Redirecting Students and their Devices in a Business Classroom Environment, Critical Conversations and the Academy, Faculty Resource Network National Symposium, 2020.
  • Jeffrey Gaab and Richard Vogel, Transforming Teaching through Active Learning: Case Studies from the Social Sciences., Transforming Teaching through Active Learning: Faculty Resource Network National Symposium, 2019.
  • Richard Vogel, Nanda Viswanathan and Sheng Li, “Recreational fishing as a driver of economic activity: The case of Long Island.” in Proceedings of the Northeast Business and Economics Association, : (2015).
  • Sheng Li, Richard Vogel and Nanda Viswanathan, “Sustainable Development of Long Island's Coastal Industries: A CGE Simulation.” in Northeast Business and Economics Association 2016 Conference Proceedings Vol 43, : (2016), 148-151.
  • Emily A. Fogarty, Sheng Li, Richard Vogel and Nanda Viswanathan, "A Visualization of the Geoeconomic Relationships Linking Coastal Commercial Marine and Fishing Firms to Tourism Activities found on Long Island, New York.” in Proceedings of the New York State Economics Association, Volume 10, : (2018), 3-12.
  • Richard Vogel, “Excelsior Scholarship Program: Public/Private Enrollment and College Financial Stability.” in Proceedings of the New York State Economics Association, Volume 11, : (2018), 1-6.
  • Richard Vogel, “Six Years after the Storm: Sandy’s Lingering Impact.” in Academy of Economics and Finance Papers and Proceedings Volume 43, : (2020).

Presentations

  • Richard Vogel, Glenn Gerstner and Darius Conger, “Faculty Salaries vs Football Spending: Substitutes or Complements?” Paper presented to the Eastern Economics Association annual conference,, New York, NY on February 27, 2015.
  • Glenn Gerstner, Richard Vogel and Darius Conger, “College Football Spending and Faculty Salaries: Complements or Substitutes.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance annual conference, Jacksonville, FL on February 2, 2015.
  • Richard Vogel, “Classroom Culture: Learning in a Globalized Classroom.” Paper presented to the Faculty Resource Network symposium entitled “The Global Imperative for Higher Education,, San Juan, Puerto Rico on November 3, 2014.
  • Richard Vogel, “Technology in the Classroom: A Roundtable Discussion.” Paper presented to the Northeast Business and Economics Assocation annual meeting, Long Branch, NJ on November 3, 2014.
  • Richard Vogel, “The Impact of Super-Storm Sandy on State Tax Revenues and Economic Activity.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association annual meeting, Albany, NY. on October 2, 2014.
  • Richard Vogel, “Disaster Policy and the New York Metropolitan Area: A Post-Sandy Evaluation.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association annual meeting, Albany, NY on October 1, 2014.
  • Richard Vogel, “Classroom Culture: Learning in a Globalized Classroom.” Paper presented to the Faculty Resource Network Symposium entitled "The Global Imperative for Higher Education", San Juan, Puerto Rico on November 3, 2014.
  • Richard Vogel, “Technology in the Classroom: A Roundtable Discussion.” Paper presented to the Northeast Business and Economics Association annual meeting, Long Branch, NJ on November 3, 2014.
  • Richard Vogel, “The Impact of Super-Storm Sandy on State Tax Revenues and Economic Activity.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association annual meeting., Albany, NY on October 1, 2014.
  • Richard Vogel, “Disaster Policy and the New York Metropolitan Area: A Post-Sandy Evaluation.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance annual meeting., Chattanooga, TN on February 3, 2014.
  • Richard Vogel, “Going Global: Students' Opportunities and Choices.” Paper presented to the Reinventing Liberal Education, Faculty Resource Network National Symposium, Miami, FL on November 4, 2013.
  • Richard Vogel, “Federal Disaster Policy and Regional Growth.” Paper presented to the Northeast Business and Economics Association annual meeting, Bretton Woods, VT on November 4, 2013.
  • Richard Vogel, “Disaster Policy and the New York Metropolitan Area.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association annual meeting, Farmingdale, NY on October 1, 2013.
  • Richard Vogel, Glenn Gerstner and Darius Conger, “Economics of Collegiate Sports: A Roundtable Discussion.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association annual meeting, Farmingdale, NY on October 7, 2013.
  • Richard Vogel, “Mining and Infrastructure Development: Prospects for Mongolia's long-run Growth.” Paper presented to the Fourth International Conference on Optimization, Simulation and Control., National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on July 8, 2013.
  • Richard Vogel, “Disaster Response, Mitigation and Growth.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance annual conference, Mobile, AL on February 4, 2013.
  • Richard Vogel, “Different views of the world: What do students choose to study when given the opportunity?” Paper presented to the Faculty Resource Network National Symposium "New Faces, New Expectations", New Orleans, LA on November 5, 2012.
  • Richard Vogel, “Mining and the Mongolia's Economic Growth: A Comparative Analysis.” Paper presented to the Mongolia Society annual meeting, Bloomington, IN on October 1, 2012.
  • Richard Vogel, “A Blended Learning approach to the teaching of Sports Economics.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association annual meeting, Farmingdale, NY on October 1, 2012.
  • Richard Vogel, “Politics, diversity and the distribution of federal disaster assistance.” Paper presented to the Annual conference of the Eastern Economics Association, Boston, MA on March 5, 2012.
  • Richard Vogel, “Regional Variation of Hazard and Disaster Impact on State Economic Growth.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance annual conference, Charleston, SC on February 13, 2012.
  • Richard Vogel, “Developing economics students research skills in a writing intensive online environment.” Paper presented to the Faculty Resource Network National Symposium "Emerging Pedagogies for the New Millennium", San Juan, Puerto Rico on November 1, 2011.
  • Richard Vogel, “Switching Economics Courses from Online back to the Classroom: Student Performance and Outcomes.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association annual meeting, Rochester, NY on September 12, 2011.
  • Richard Vogel, “Disasters and U.S. Economic Growth: 2000-2010.” Paper presented to the Eastern Economics Association annual meeting, New York, NY on February 7, 2011.
  • Richard Vogel, “Economic Impact of the Deepwater Horizon Disaster on the Gulf Coast.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance annual meeting, Jacksonville, FL on February 7, 2011.
  • Richard Vogel, “Global Problems, Accessible Data, and Technology in Social Science Research.” Paper presented to the Faculty Resource Network National Symposium. "Engaging Students in the Community and the World.", Washington, DC on November 8, 2010.
  • Richard Vogel and Xu Zhang, “Making Economics Relevant: Introducing Social and Global Issues into the Classroom.” Paper presented to the Faculty Resource Network National Symposium, Engaging Students in the Community and the World., Washington, DC on November 8, 2010.
  • Richard Vogel, Xu Zhang and Wisdom Akpalu, “The Rate of Time Preference, Seat Location Choice and Student Performance in the Classroom.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association annual meeting, Rochester, NY on September 6, 2010.
  • Richard Vogel and Wisdom Akpalu, “Student Performance in the Economics Classroom.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance annual meeting, Houston, TX on February 8, 2010.
  • Richard Vogel, “Student Interpretations of Disasters: Do Online Students Respond Differently than Face-to-face Students? Evidence from the Classroom.” Paper presented to the Faculty Resource Network National Symposium, Challenge as Opportunity: The Academy in the Best and the Worst of Times - A National Symposium., Atlanta, GA on November 2, 2009.
  • Richard Vogel and Wisdom Akpalu, “Performance in the economics classroom: Student characteristics and choices - a probit analysis.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association annual conference, Ithaca, NY on October 5, 2009.
  • Richard Vogel, “Disaster Impact on Economic Structure: Linkage Disruption and Economic Recovery.” Paper presented to the New York Economics Association annual conference, Ithaca, NY on October 5, 2009.
  • Richard Vogel and W. Hubert Keen, “Access to Higher Education and New York's Economy: The Rise of the SUNY System.” Paper presented to the SUNY 60 Conference, Albany, NY on April 6, 2009.
  • Richard Vogel, Balacharan Veeramacheneni and E.M. Ekanayake, “Education and ICT - A case of India.” Paper presented to the Eastern Economics Association meeting, New York, NY on February 2, 2009.
  • Richard Vogel, “Mathematics and Economics Education.” Paper presented to the Eastern economics Association meeting, New York, NY on February 2, 2009.
  • Richard Vogel and Balacharan Veeramacheneni, “ICT and Education in Developing Countries: The Case of China and India.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Pensacola, FL on February 2, 2009.
  • Richard Vogel, “The Role of SUNY in New York State's Economic Development.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Pensacola, FL on February 2, 2009.
  • Richard Vogel, “Off-Track Betting and the New York State economy.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association, Ithaca, NY on October 6, 2008.
  • Richard Vogel, D. Byambasuren and R. Enkhbat, “Human capital and economic growth: The case of Mongolia.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Nashville, TN on February 4, 2008.
  • Richard Vogel, E. Ekanayake and Balacharan Veeramacheneni, “Global competitiveness, technology outsourcing and engineering education - the case of the USA, India and China.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Nashville, TN on February 4, 2008.
  • Richard Vogel, “The Impact of State National Guard and Military Activations on Gross State Product: 1977 - 2005.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association, Loudinville, NY on October 1, 2007.
  • Richard Vogel, Balacharan Veeramacheneni and E.M. Ekanayake, “Public and Private Schools in Rural India.” Paper presented to the New York Economics Association, Loudinville, NY on October 1, 2007.
  • Byambasuren S., Richard Vogel and Enkhbat R., “Productivity and Economic Growth in a Transition Economy: The case of Mongolia.” Paper presented to the 2nd International Conference on Optimization and Optimal Control. Presented by Byambasuren S., Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on July 9, 2007.
  • Richard Vogel, “Sports and Urban Economic Development.” Paper presented to the U.S. Embassy Speakers Program, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on May 7, 2007.
  • Richard Vogel, “Incubators and Economic Growth.” Paper presented to the American Center for Mongolian Studies, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on May 7, 2007.
  • Richard Vogel, “ICT and Economic Growth: An India Case Study.” Paper presented to the National University of Mongolia and Mongolian Technology Incubator, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on March 5, 2007.
  • Balacharan Veeramacheneni and Richard Vogel, “A Social Scientist's Dream Machine.” Paper presented to the Farmingdale Conference on Science and Technology, New York State Science and Technology Education Program (STEP and CSTEP. Presented by B. Veeramacheneni, Farmingdale, NY on June 4, 2007.
  • Richard Vogel, Balacharan Veeramacheneni and E. Ekanayake, “Information Technology and Agricultural Exports in India.” Paper presented to the Eastern Economics Association annual meeting. Presented by B. Veeramacheneni, New York, NY on February 5, 2007.
  • Richard Vogel, “Incubators and the New York State Economy.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association, Loudinville, NY on September 5, 2006.
  • Richard Vogel, Balacharan Veeramacheneni and E.M. Ekanayake, “Impact of IT Outsourcing on Indian Agriculture.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association, Loudinville, NY on September 5, 2006.
  • Richard Vogel, “Technology Incubators and the Long Island Economy.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Houston, TX on February 6, 2006.
  • Richard Vogel and Balacharan Veeramacheneni, “Outsourcing: Moving up the Value Chain - from low-end (BPO) to high-end (KPO).” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Houston, TX on February 6, 2006.
  • Richard Vogel, “Strategies and Methods of Assessment: A Departmental View.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Houston, TX on February 6, 2006.
  • Richard Vogel, Balacharan Veeramacheneni and E.M. Ekanayake, “A Universal Economics Database - An Economist's Pipe Dream or Reality?” Paper presented to the Eastern Economics Association, Philadelphia, PA on February 6, 2006.
  • Richard Vogel and Balacharan Veeramacheneni, “The Effects of Computer Viruses on Corporate Profits.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Myrtle Beach, SC on February 7, 2005.
  • Richard Vogel, “Incubators and the Conversion of Public Land to Private Uses.” Paper presented to the URPE at ASSA (American Economics Association), Philadelphia, PA on January 3, 2005.
  • Richard Vogel and Balacharan Veeramacheneni, “Economic Redevelopment in the Suburbs.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance., Biloxi, MS on February 2, 2004.
  • Richard Vogel and Balacharan Veeramacheneni, “Estimating the Impact of Computer Viruses.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association, New York, NY on October 6, 2003.
  • Richard Vogel and Balacharan Veeramacheneni, “Economic Effects of Hurricanes and Tropical Storms along the Southeastern Coast.” Paper presented to the Eastern Economics Association, New York, NY on February 3, 2003.
  • Richard Vogel and Balacharan Veeramacheneni, “Distribution, Stock Markets, and Growth.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Savannah, GA on February 3, 2003.
  • Richard Vogel, “Employment and Income Effects of Natural Hazards in the South.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Pensacola, FL on February 4, 2002.
  • Richard Vogel, “Employment and Income Effects of Weather Related Hazards in the New York Metropolitan Area.” Paper presented to the Urban Hazards Forum at John Jay University, New York, NY on January 7, 2002.
  • Richard Vogel, “Mitigation Costs with Multiple Jurisdictions: Similarities between Natural Hazard Planning and Terrorism Deterrence.” Paper presented to the Allied Social Science Association Meeting, Atlanta, GA on January 7, 2002.
  • Richard Vogel, “History and Story-telling in the Formation of Risk Expectation to Natural Disaster.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Biloxi, MS on February 5, 2001.
  • Richard Vogel, “Natural Hazards, Foreign Direct Investment, and Sustainable Development: Evidence from the Caribbean.” Paper presented to the Allied Social Science Association (AEA) meeting, New Orleans, LA on January 8, 2001.
  • Richard Vogel, “Special Events Subsidies and the Urban Economy.” Paper presented to the Southwestern Society of Economists, New Orleans, LA on February 1, 2002.
  • Richard Vogel, “Does Disaster Impede Economic Growth: The Case of Small Island Economies in the Caribbean.” Paper presented to the Global Awareness Society International, New York, NY on May 1, 2000.
  • Richard Vogel, “Lost Consumer Surplus from Natural Disaster.” Paper presented to the Southwestern Society of Economists, San Antonio, TX on March 6, 2000.
  • Richard Vogel, “Location Subsidies and the Pro-Franchise.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Nashville, TN on February 7, 2000.
  • Richard Vogel, “Relocation Subsidies: Regional Growth Policy or Corporate Welfare.” Paper presented to the Allied Social Science Association (AEA) meeting, Boston, MA on January 4, 2000.
  • Richard Vogel, “The Implications of the New Economic Geography on Regional Economic Development in the South.” Paper presented to the Southwestern Economics Association, San Antonio, TX on March 1, 1999.
  • Richard Vogel, “Subsidizing the Performing Arts: Profit, Loss and Residual Demand.” Paper presented to the Southwestern Society of Economists, Houston, TX on March 1, 1999.
  • Richard Vogel and Dean Allmon, “Economic Development in the South Pacific: A Factor Analysis Approach.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Little Rock. AR on February 1, 1999.
  • Richard Vogel, “Coastal Growth in the South: Sustainable Economic Development and the New Economic Geography.” Paper presented to the Allied Social Science Association (AEA) meeting, New York, NY on January 4, 1999.
  • Richard Vogel, “Miami Versus the Hurricane: The Impact of Natural Disaster on Economic Growth.” Paper presented to the Southwestern Society of Economists, Dallas, TX on March 2, 1998.
  • Richard Vogel, “Miami after Andrew: Differences and Variation in the Distribution of Economic Impact from Natural Disaster.” Paper presented to the Academy of Economics and Finance, Montgomery, AL on February 2, 1998.
  • Richard Vogel, “The Impact of Natural Disaster on Urban Economic Structure.” Paper presented to the Allied Social Science Association (AEA) meeting, Chicago, IL on January 5, 1998.
  • Richard Vogel, “Integration of Sustainable Development on Long Island’s Coastal Industries.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association annual conference, Albany, NY on October 10, 2015.
  • Richard Vogel, “Recreational fishing as a driver of economic activity: The case of Long Island.” Paper presented to the New York State Economics Association annual conference., Albany, NY on October 10, 2015.

Awards & Honors

  • Outstanding Scholarly Publication Award (w/Wisdom Akpalu & Xu Zhang) in the area of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Farmingdale State College Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology., 2014.
  • Visiting Scholars Lecture Series Award, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, South Korea, June 1, 2010 - August 31, 2010.
  • Fulbright Scholar award to teach Economics in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, January 2, 2007 - May 31, 2007.
  • Service Fellow, Academy of Economics and Finance, 2013.
  • Teaching Fellow, Academy of Economics and Finance, 2014.
  • Fellow, Academy of Economics and Finance, 2020.
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