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José G. Vargas-Hernández

  • PhD in Economics, PhD in Public Administration
  • Research professor
  • University Center for economic and Managerial Sciences, university of Guadalajara
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About

A theoretical framework of dynamic economic management systems and exploitation of living resources through the integration of economics and biology is required to analyze and explain the sustainability of the population dynamics. From this perspective, the synthesis of these two sciences attempt to fill the gap in environmental, natural resources and ecological economics aiming at determining the sustainability of socioeconomic activities based on the effective and efficient management of natural resources of any biological systems without destroying and compromising the conditions for its regeneration. To achieve this aim, it is necessary to formulate and implement biological oriented strategies for change and innovation on the dynamics of economic, social, ethical and environmental realities of globalization processes. Two specific cases may be the subject of analysis:

Recent publications

  • Analysis of the organizational eco-systemic change in a cooperative society of fishing production

    • Vargas-Hernández J
    • Salazar Echeagaray D
    • Salazar Echeagaray D
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  • Bilateral relations between the united mexican states and the European union. A case of study of the Erasmus Mundus program and its impact on Mexican students

    • Gutiérrez I
    • Vargas-Hernández J
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Professional experience

Research professor

University Center for economic and Managerial Sciences, university of Guadalajara

July 2008 - Present

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