Master of Public Administration
Joshua Farley, PhD Professor
- PhD 1999 Cornell University
- Masters in International Affairs 1990 Columbia University
- BS 1985 Grinnel College
Areas of Expertise:
ecological economics, development economics,
Contact InformationOffice: 205 Morrill Hall
Dr. Farley joined the CDAE faculty in 2003 when the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, of which he is a Fellow, relocated to the University of Vermont. Although he was formally trained in neoclassical economics, Dr. Farley is a renowned ecological economist working to integrate social, human, and natural capital into the way the world views economics. With Herman Daly, he co-authored a foundation textbook titled Ecological Economics: Principles and Applications which is now available in its 2nd edition. He has also co-authored Restoring Natural Capital: Financing and Valuation. Dr. Farley has spent considerable time abroad including several years teaching ecological economics at the School for Field Studies Centre for Rainforest Studies (CRS) in Far North Queensland Australia, first as resident faculty and later as program director. Dr. Farley continues to advance the field of ecological economics and teach/advise the next generation of economists and community development professionals.
Sample of Courses Taught
- Josh Farley's courses by semester available here.
- CDAE 061: Principles of Community Development
- CDAE 102: Sustainable Community Development
- CDAE 237: Economics of Sustainability
- CDAE 291: International Community Development
- NR 285/ENVS 295: Introduction to Ecological Economics
- PA 306: Introduction to Public Policy
- CDAE 295: Ecological Economics and Sustainable Forest Management
- NR 285: Sustainable Business
- CDAE 295/395 and PA 395: Payments for Ecosystem Service
- CDAE 195: Sustainable Development in an Island Economy
- CDAE 395: Forest Economics
- CDAE 295: Green Awassa
- CDAE 191: Applied Ecological Economics
- CDAE 385: Overcoming Institutional Roadblocks to Sustainability
- PA 305: Public Budgeting & Public Finance
- NR 285: Relaunching Burlington Bread
- CDAE 295: Alternative Currencies & Community Development
- CDAE 291: Teaching Community Development
- Academic Journal Articles
- Farley, J., D. Baker, D. Batker, C. Koliba, R. Matteson, R. Mills, and J. Pittman. 2007. Opening the policy window for paradigm shifts: Katrina as a focusing event. Ecological Economics 63:2-3, 344-354.
- Farley, J., E. Gaddis, W. Rees, and K. VanDis. 2007. Our global footprint: managing global public goods. In J. Aronson, S. Milton, and J. Blignaut (eds.) Restoring Natural Capital: Science, Business, and Practice. Island Press: Washington, DC.
- Conference Proceedings
- Reynolds, T., C. Huber, and J. Farley. 2007. Investing in human and natural capital: an alternative paradigm for sustainable development in Awassa, Ethiopia. US Society for Ecological Economics. New York, NY. June 2007.
- Kerchner, C. and J. Farley. 2007. Payments for ecosystem services in a Dominican watershed: are they enough to "tip the scale" toward forest conservation? US Society for Ecological Economics. New York, NY. June 2007.
- Farley, J. and K. VanDis. 2004. Policies toward a globally efficient allocation of ecosystem goods and services. International Society for Ecological Economics. Montreal, Quebec. July 2004.
Honors and Awards
- A.D. White Fellowship
- S.S.R.C. International Pre-dissertation Fellowship
- Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship
- Herbert H. Lehman Fellowship
- Dean's Fellowship at Columbia
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