Robert Marks (professor of management)
Robert Marks is the General Editor of the
Australian Journal of Management[http://www.agsm.edu.au/~eajm/ eAJM homepage] , retrieved 15 October 2007] and Professor of Managementat the Australian Graduate School of Management(AGSM) [http://www.agsm.edu.au/~bobm/ Academic homepage of Robert Marks] ] .
researchfocuses on the use of illicit drugs, the environmental implications of energy use, the strategic behaviour in markets with a low number of sellers, and the applications of game theoryand economicsin modelling the adaptive and learning behaviour in oligopolies.
He is a fan of
Douglas Adams[http://www.agsm.edu.au/~bobm/odds+ends/dna.html Thoughts by Robert Marks] on Douglas Adams] .
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