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Robert Marks

Robert Marks

Originally trained as a structural engineer (with a Master's from the University of Melbourne), Robert completed a PhD in economics at Stanford. He was a founding faculty member at the Australian Graduate School of Management, where he taught economics, game theory, and ethics from 1977 to 2006, when it was dissolved.

Since then he has been a professor (full, visitor, and emeritus) of economics at UNSW, and latterly a professorial fellow at his alma mater, involved with the Centre for Ethical Leadership. For thirteen years he was the General Editor of the Australian Journal of Management.

His research interests range from energy and environmental policy, drugs policy, to oligopolistic behaviour and the validation of simulation models. He has been involved in many consulting projects with private and government bodies. In 1997 an entry of his won the Second M.I.T. Competitive Strategy Tournament. He presented the Fourth Herbert Simon Seminar Series, on Agent-Based Computational Economics and Market Design, in Taiwan in 2005.

15 economic milestones which have led to the current eurozone crisis

Jan 27, 2016 04:55 am UTC| Insights & Views Economy

Last week the European Central Bank opted to leave interest rates on hold, amid financial market volatility that has fuelled further concern about eurozone growth prospects. But Professor emeritus at UNSW Australia,...

Migrant Crisis Series

Seeing eurozone events through the lens of the global financial crisis

Jan 11, 2016 00:41 am UTC| Insights & Views Law

Some 75 years in the making, the eurozone as it currently exists has generally succeeded in its aims of establishing shared institutions, political constraints and economic benefits: a single currency, open borders, free...

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Economy

Target luring workers with free college tuition and books benefit offer

Target, the eighth-largest retailer in the U.S., announced new benefit programs for its workers this week. The company revealed that it will be offering 100% free college tuition to its team members, and books are included...

CVS Health hike wages as its earnings climb

CVS Health will increase its workers wages after seeing growth in its profits. The health care retail company will be raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour starting in July next year. Fox Business reported that while...

SK Innovation to separate its battery and refining business units to become two separate entities

SK Innovation is set to split up its battery and petroleum refining business divisions. It was revealed on Wednesday, Aug. 4, that the South Korean company will be dividing the units and separate them to become two new...

Kroger, Kitchen United setting up ghost kitchens for customers delivery and meal pick-up in groceries

Kroger and Kitchen United announced their partnership to build ghost kitchens in some of the formers grocery outlets. The two joined forces to be able to offer takeout and food delivery from restaurants. According to...

Politics

Capitol riots: AT&T, Mastercard are reportedly still donating to GOP group involved in insurrection

The insurrection at the Capitol that occurred last January 6 led to many big-name corporations speaking out and condemning those who were involved, even ceasing to give political donations. However, a new report reveals...

North Korea: Kim Jong-un reportedly orders execution of military officer over criticism against order

The communist nation of North Korea is known to adhere to a strict order without question or criticism from its own officials. Recently, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ordered the execution of a military official who...

World War 3: Vladimir Putin opposes recent legislation in Ukraine regarding sovereignty

The situation between Ukraine and Russia has led to escalated tensions as of late, leading many to fear that a world war or widespread military conflict may be started in the region. In another move highlighting the...

Iran bombing of tanker is part of a 'pattern' of aggression, says Israeli official

The recent conflict surrounding Irans bombing of a tanker in the Arabian sea has many nations on alert for the next move coming from Tehran. Israeli defense minister Benny Gantz warns that the bombing is only part of a...

Science

Hyundai Mobis develops brainwave analyzer to prevent drowsy driving

Hyundai Mobis developed a brainwave detection device dubbed M. Brain to alert motor vehicle operators against drowsy driving or sudden health issues. The M.Brain analyzes brainwaves to determine the drivers health...

Osaka University ties up with town of Okoppe to turn cow poop into methanol using LEDs

Researchers from the Osaka University and the town of Okoppe are conducting studies to produce methanol by illuminating biogas from cow manure with LEDs. Experiments were conducted at an agricultural and scientific...

Big bang: how we are trying to 'listen' to it – and the new physics it could unveil

Exactly what happened at the beginning of the universe, 14 billion years ago, is one of the greatest mysteries in physics theres no simple way to probe it. Thats because, in its early stages, the universe was filled with...

S. Korean researchers reveal method of using fat insects in producing eco-friendly biodiesel

South Korean researchers announced a method of producing environment-friendly fuels by utilizing the remains of high-fat black soldier flies. The method uses leftover fat from black soldier flies to produce animal feed,...

Nestlé, PepsiCo, and Suntory debut world’s first enzymatically recycled bottles

A consortium that includes Nestlé, PepsiCo, and Suntory has produced the worlds first food-grade PET plastic bottles from enzymatically recycled plastic using Carbios recycling process. The bottles that have been...

Technology

‘Halo Infinite’ is likely getting a second technical preview

The first flight test for Halo Infinite concluded recently, but fans might get another chance at experiencing the game before it releases later this year. Developers have confirmed that at least one more flight is being...

‘New World’ release date is delayed to late September

Amazon Games upcoming MMORPG was well-received during its closed beta that ran for weeks. However, what came after that success was not something fans could have anticipated. For the fourth time, New World has been...

‘Battlefield 2042’ technical playtest kicks off on August 12

The series of technical playtest for Battlefield 2042 will reportedly commence next week, but fans might still have a chance to join. EA has also revealed the minimum and recommended PC system requirements, and, as...

‘Ghost of Tsushima: Legends’ standalone version launches September 3

Video game fans who are not too interested in diving into single-player campaigns will soon have a way to enjoy Sucker Punchs popular action-adventure through the standalone release of Ghost of Tsushima: Legends. It means...
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