Marks, L Denton

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Economics
Position
PROFESSOR
Office Phone
(262) 472-5577
Office Location
HH 4406


Education:

  • PhD, Economics, Princeton University, New Jersey, 1981


Listed in Who's Who in American Education
2006
Marquis Who's Who
Listed in Who's Who in Business and Finance
2006
Marquis Who's Who
Listed in Who's Who in America
2003
Recognition by Blue Key National Honor Fraternity (UW-Whitewater student chapter)
1997
Who's Who Among America's Teachers
1996
Who's Who Among America's Teachers
1996
Recognition by Blue Key National Honor Fraternity (UW-Whitewater student chapter)
1995
Recognition by Blue Key National Honor Fraternity (UW-Whitewater student chapter)
1994
Who's Who in Science and Engineering
1994
Who's Who in the Midwest
1991

PhD
Economics
Princeton University
1981
MA
Economics
Princeton University
1977
MPA
Master of Public Affairs
Princeton University
1973
BA
Economics
Yale University
1971

American Association of Wine Economists (AAWE)
May 2006 - Current
Vineyard Data Quantification Society (VDQS)/European Association of Wine Economists (EuAWE)
February 2005 - Current
American Economic Association
September 1975 - Current
Society of Wine Educators
June 2006 - May 2007

"Wine Vendors as Surrogate Experts"
Behavioral Economics, Wine Consumers, and Wine Knowledge
"If Parker Likes It, What Is Wrong with Me? A Critique of Wine Ratings as Psychophysical Scaling"
"In Vino Veritas", But What In Truth Is In the Bottle? Experience Goods, Fine Wine Ratings, and Wine Knowledge
"In Vino Veritas", But What In Truth Is In the Bottle? Experience Goods, Fine Wine Ratings, and Wine Knowledge
A Reconsideration of Wine as an "Experience Good"
None
Wine as a Cultural Good in Central and Eastern Europe
Wine as a Cultural Good in Central and Eastern Europe
Competitiveness and the Market for Central and Eastern European Wines:
Higher Education As A Competitive Market
Prices and Scores: Multiple Wine Ratings and Prices for Red Bordeaux
"Do Hammer Prices for 'Mixed Lots' Reflect a Discount or a Premium?"
"The Relationship of Pre-Sale Estimates to Winning Bids in Wine Auctions"
David M. Welsch
The Unsettled Meaning of Teaching in a Competitive Higher Education Environment
None
"The Determination of Hammer Prices for Red Bordeaux: The Effects of Lot Size, Format, Frequency, and Sequence"
Matching Students and Universities: The EHEA and Efficient Sorting
Who Pays Brokers' Commissions? Evidence from Fine Wine Auctions
Discussion of "The Impact of Wal-Mart on Economic Discrimination"
Universities and Implicit Markets: An Hedonic Model of Higher Education
Toward A Theory of the Market for Higher Education
The Evolving CEE University and EU Integration
Different Objectives, Different Models: A Framework for Harmonizing EU and CEE Higher Education
George Tesar
3. Toward a Theory of the Market for Higher Education
The Evolving CEE University and EU Integration.
The Peculiar Market for Tertiary Education and the Challenge Facing Universities in the CEEC
The Peculiar Market for Tertiary Education and the Challenge Facing Universities in the CEEC
Integration of A Management Faculty into the University: Is This School for you?
(with Prof. George Tesar)
Is This School for You? Issues in the Integration of A Management Faculty into the University
with Prof. George Tesar
Integration of Business Schools into University Administration for Professional Development.
Different Objectives, Different Models: A Framework for Harmonizing EU and CEEC Higher Education.
Economic Integration as Blessing and Curse
Economic Integration as Blessing and Curse
Issues in the Achievement of Economic Integration
Issues in the Achievement of Economic Integration
Issues in the Achievement of Economic Integration
By the Sweat of Their Brows: Is the Anti-Sweatshop Campaign Justified
The Firm's Transition in a Transition Economy
The Firm's Transition in a Transition Economy
The CEEC Firm in Transition
Academic Standards as Public Goods and Varieties of Free-Rider Behavior
The Challenge of the University as a Business
Academic Standards as Public Goods: The Challenge to Quality from Free-
Transition, Privatization, and Economics as a Management Technology
The Economic Incidence of Brokers' Commissions: The Case of Fine Wine Auctions
Can Any Economy Be A Market Economy And Should It Be?
Why Managers Need to Know Economics: Some Old Reasons and Some New
What If Everyone Did That? 'Community Standards' as Public Goods
Is the University a Firm
Do 'Lost Income' Damages Overcompensate Injured Workers?
Dilemmas in Teaching Economics in the MBA Curriculum in a Transition Economy
The Academy as a Firm: The University and Academic Standards
Employer Size and Turnover Incentives from Unemployment Insurance Financing
Cash Constraints and the Rational Choice of Net Reductions in Household Resources
Teaching Principles of Economics in the MBA Curriculum: Some Dilemmas
Should ýQuittersý Get Unemployment Insurance
Should ýQuittersý Get Unemployment Insurance
Employer-Based Training and the Design of Unemployment Insurance
Incentives for Employer-Based Training and the Design of Unemployment Insurance
An Analysis of the Basis for UI Eligibility: Quits vs. Layoffs

Brokers’ Asking Prices and Actual Selling Prices: The Relationship of Pre-Sale Estimates to Winning Bids in Wine Auctions
Pg. 33
Do Hammer Prices for "Mixed Lots" Reflect a Discount or a Premium?
Pg. 15
A State- and District-Level Analysis of Homeschooling: The Case of Wisconsin
Seeking the Veritas about the Vino: Fine Wine Ratings as Wine Knowledge
Taylor and Francis
Vol. 26 Iss. 4 Pg. 319-335
Asking Prices, Selling Prices, and Anchoring Effects: The Elusive Relationship of Pre-Sale Estimates to Winning Bids in Fine Wine Auctions
International Journal of Wine Business Research
Vol. 27 Iss. 1 Pg. 4-22
Wine and Economics: Transacting the Elixir of Life
Edward Elgar Ltd.
Pg. 240
Monitoring Higher Education
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/Journal Sentinel Inc.
Vol. 130 Iss. 118
Competitiveness and the Market for Central and Eastern European Wines: A Cultural Good in the Global Wine Market
Journal of Wine Research/Taylor and Francis
Vol. 22 Iss. 3 Pg. 245-263
Current System Restricts Trade
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/Journal Sentinel Inc.
Vol. 129 Iss. 347
Who Pays Brokers' Commissions? Evidence from Fine Wine Auctions
Oxford Economic Papers
Vol. 61 Iss. 4 Pg. 761-775
"The Unsettled Meaning of Undergraduate Education in a Competitive Higher Education Environment"
Higher Education in Europe/Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group)
Vol. 32 Iss. 2/3 Pg. 173-183
Toward a Theory of the Market for Higher Education
Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Business Economics Association
International Journal of Scholarly Papers: Transformations in Business and Economics
Vilnius University/Brno University of Technology/University of Latvia
Vol. 4 Iss. 1 Pg. 19-36
eInnovate's Role in Economic Development: Organizational and Policy Themes
UW-Whitewater Department of Economics
Pg. 50
Technology Associations in the United States: A Discussion of Similarities and Differences
UW-Whitewater Department of Economics
Pg. 81
Tracking the IT Industry in Southeast Wisconsin: Lessons from the Production of the 2004 Southeastern Wisconsin Directory of Information Technology and Biomedical Companies
UW-Whitewater Department of Economics
Pg. 21
Toward a Theory of the Market for Higher Education
Midwest Business Economics Association
Vol. 2004
The Evolving CEE University and EU Integration
Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference on Business and Economic Development in Central and Eastern Europe
Economic Integration as Blessing and Curse
In Proceedings of the Annual Meetings of the Midwest Business Ecomonics Association
Pg. 153-170
The Peculiar Market for Tertiary Education and the Challenge Facing Universities in the CEEC
In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Business and Economic Development in Central and Eastern Europe: Implications for Economic Integration into Wider Europe
Pg. 319-325
The Role of Economics in the Management Curriculum: An Analysis for the Transition Economies
Journal of Teaching in International Business
Vol. 13 Iss. 3/4 Pg. 5-21
The Role of Economics in the Management Curriculum: An Analysis for the Transition Economies
In G. Tesar (Ed.), International Business Teaching in Eastern and Central European Countries
Pg. 5-21
Academic Standards as Public Goods and Varieties of Free-Rider Behavior
Education Economics
Vol. 10 Iss. 2 Pg. 145-163
Issues in the Achievement of Economic Integration
In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Business and Economic Development in Central and Eastern Europe: Implications for Economic Integration into Wider Europe
Pg. 337-353
Transition, Privatization, and Economics as a Management Technology
International Journal of Technology Management
Vol. 21 Iss. 5/6 Pg. 529-539
What if Everyone Did That? 'Community Standards' as Public Goods
Journal of Business Economics Research
Vol. 3 Iss. 1/2 Pg. 149-161
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
The CEEC Firm in Transition
In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Business and Economic Development in Central and Eastern Europe
Pg. 133-149
Fee for All
Wine Spectator
Creative Non-Tax Financing Needed for Lambeau Field
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
Can Any Economy Be a Market Economy and Should it Be?
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Business and Economic Development in Central and Eastern Europe of the Technical University of Brno
Pg. 437-447
Is the University a Firm?
Tertiary Education and Management
Vol. 4 Iss. 4 Pg. 245-254

John Wiley and Sons
Participated in Virtual Focus Group to discuss new Chappel/Cotti Active Economics textbook and completed accompanying questionnaire
Wine Economics and Policy, Elsevier
Florence, Italy
Provided 6-page referee's report on manuscript submitted to the journal
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
UK/US
Reviewed a proposal for a book on the role of institutions in shaping the nature of competition in the global wine industry.
Taylor and Francis Books: Routledge
Oxford, England, UK
Written review of proposed new edition of Ulbrich's Public Finance textbook
John Wiley and Sons
Milwaukee, WI
Completed survey of opinion about new Reich/Tyson principles text
John Wiley and Sons
Milwaukee, WI
Extensive review of draft chapters of new principles text by Robert Reich and Laura Tyson
Addison-Wesley
Milwaukee, WI
Extensive review of revised chapters of Parkin's microeconomics principles text
John Wiley and Sons
Milwaukee, WI
Completed in-depth questionnaire about conceptual plan for new textbook
McGraw-Hill
Milwaukee, WI
Extensive review of revised chapters of the new edition of Brickley et al. managerial economics text
McGraw-Hill
Chicago, IL
Attended a one-day focus group discussing the new edition of Prof. Bradley Schiller's Principles textbook.
Metropolitan Interfaith Association
Memphis, TN
Critique of economic analysis of the impact of "social safety net" organizations in Memphis.
eInnovate
Whitewater and Milwaukee, WI
Three consulting projects studying various aspects of the IT industry in SE Wisconsin
UWW International Education Program (Prof. Anne Hamilton)
UW-Whitewater
Four guest lectures to various classes over the academic year 2003-4 as part of Prof. Hamilton's International Education program
Employment and Immigration Canada
Ontario Commission of Inquiry into Residential Tenancies
Ontario, Canada

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