Dr. Nelson AltamiranoSchool of Business and Management
Finance and Economics
Books and Monographs (recent):
2007 N. Altamirano and D. Mares, Venezuela's PDVSA and World ENERGY Markets: CORPORATE STRATEGIES and POLITICAL FACTORS Determining Its Behavior and Influence, (Houston, Rice University: James Baker III Institute), 160 pages. Paper, power point presentation and Webcast, Day 1, afternoon, session 2, at: http://www.rice.edu/energy/research/nationaloil/index.html. It will be a chapter in a book to be published by Princeton University Press.
2007 N. Altamirano, The CHILEAN Search for ENERGY SECURITY, (Center for Strategic and International Studies-CSIS, Washington D.C, March, 24 pages (http://www.csis.org/images/stories/Americas/070316_altamirano_chile.pdf).
2006 N. Altamirano, NATURAL GAS in the AMERICAS: Workshop Report and Evaluation (North American Energy Working Group/Security & Prosperity Partnership-NAEWG/SPP), June, 15 pages.
2006 N. Altamirano, Prospects for Cross-Border Electricity Infrastructure and Trade Development in North America, (San Diego, Institute of the Americas), 30 pages.
2005 N. Altamirano and J. Martin, LNG in the Americas: Summary and Analysis, (San Diego, Institute of the Americas), 25 pages.
2000 N. Altamirano, Essays on Mining Countries: Dutch Disease, Development and Copper Market (Ann Arbor, Michigan: UMI Doctoral Dissertation Publishers), 180 pages.
University and School Committees, Task Forces, Membership on Board of Directors, Volunteer Work in the Community (last 10 years – list most recent first):
2006-2007 Board Member Spanish MBA, National University
2006-2007 Board Member Academic Council, CEIPA-Institución Universitaria, Colombia
2006-2007 Member of Task Force to evaluate the implementation of Honor's Programs, Palomar College
2000-2004 Chair and Coordinator Faculty Seminars, Graduate School of Area Studies, Tsukuba University, Japan.
2000-2004 Graduate Student Admission Committee Member, Graduate School of Area Studies, Tsukuba University, Japan.
2000-2004 Staff Hiring Committee Member, Graduate School of Area Studies, Tsukuba University, Japan.
2001-2003 Adjunct Chair Latin American Studies, Graduate School of Area Studies, Tsukuba University, Japan.
2007 Adjunct Faculty, School of Business, San Diego University
2006-2007 Visiting Scholar, Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies, University of California, San Diego
2005-2007 Adjunct Faculty, Department of Economics, History and Political Science, Palomar College
2004-2007 Adjunct Faculty, School of Business and Economics, National University
2004-2007 Foreign Professor, CEIPA-Institución Universitaria, Colombia
2000-2004 Visiting Professor, Master's Program in Area Studies, Tsukuba University, Japan
1993-1999 Teaching Assistant, Departments of Economics, Urban Studies and Planning, Media and Communications, History and Linguistics, University of California, San Diego
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