Robert Marks' major papers

Eighteen of my papers I judge the majors:

  1. Marks R.E. (2020), Calibrating methods for decision making under uncertainty, In Decision Economics: Complexity of Decisions and Decisions for Complexity,, ed. by Edgardo Bucciarelli, Shu-Heng Chen, and Juan Manuel Corchado, at DECON 2019: the International Conference on Decision Economics, at the 17th International Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (PAAMS), Universidad de Salamanca, Escuela Politécnica Superior, Ávila, Spain, Springer, pp. 1-9. Here. and Overheads Here.
    This paper won the Award for Best Paper at the Conference.

  2. Marks R.E. (2013), Learning lessons? The Global Financial Crisis in retrospect, The Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales, 146 (447 & 448), June, (pp. 3-16 and A1-A43), Here (pp. 3-16), Here (pp. A1-A43), and Here.
    This paper was nominated for the Royal Society's Archibald Ollé Prize for best published paper.

  3. Marks, R.E. (2013), Validation and model selection: three measures compared, Complexity Economics, 2: 41-61, May. Here.

  4. Lawrance, A.B., and Marks R.E. (2008), Firm size distribution in an industry with constrained resources, Applied Economics, 40(12): 1595-1607, June. Here.

  5. Marks, R.E. (2007), Validating simulation models: a general framework and four applied examples, Computational Economics, 30(3): 265-290, October. Here.

  6. Midgley D.F., Marks R.E., and Kunchamwar D. (2007), The building and assurance of agent-based models: an example and challenge to the field, Journal of Business Research, Special Issue: Complexities in Markets, 60(8): 884-893, August. Here.

  7. Marks R.E. (2006), Market design using agent-based models, Chapter 27, in the Handbook of Computational Economics, Volume 2: Agent-Based Modeling, edited by Leigh Tesfatsion and Kenneth L. Judd, in the series Handbooks in Economics, (general editors K. Arrow and M. D. Intriligator), (Amsterdam: Elsevier Science), pp. 1339-1380. Here

  8. Marks R.E. (2002) Playing games with Genetic Algorithms, in S.-H. Chen (editor), Evolutionary Computation in Economics and Finance, (New York: Springer-Verlag). Here.

  9. Barnett W.A., Chiarella C., Keen S., Marks R.E., and Schnabl H. (editors) (2000) Commerce, Complexity and Evolution: Topics in Economics, Finance, Marketing and Management: Proceedings of the Twelfth International Symposium in Economic Theory and Econometrics, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

  10. Marks, R.E. (1998), Evolved perception and behaviour in oligopolies, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 22(8-9): 1209-1233. Here.

  11. Midgley, D.F., Marks, R.E., and Cooper, L.G. (1997) Breeding competitive strategies, Management Science, 43(3): 257-275. [The lead article.] Here.
    The lead article.

  12. Marks, R.E. and Swan, P.L. (1993) Exhaustibility and the reserves/production ratio, Economics Letters, 42(1): 117-119. Here.

  13. Marks, R.E. (1992) Repeated games and finite automata, in Recent Developments in Game Theory, ed. by J. Creedy, J. Eichberger, and J. Borland (London: Edward Elgar), pp.43-64. Here.

  14. Marks, R.E. (1992) Breeding hybrid strategies: optimal behaviour for oligopolists, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 2: 17-38. Here.

  15. Marks, R.E., P.L. Swan, P. McLennan, R. Schodde, P.B. Dixon, and D.T. Johnson, (1991) The cost of Australian carbon dioxide abatement, The Energy Journal, 12(2), 135-152, (April), plus a Corrigendum, The Energy Journal, 12(4), 149-150. Here.

  16. Marks, R.E. (1990) A freer market for heroin in Australia: alternatives to subsidizing organized crime, Journal of Drug Issues, 20(1): 131-176, (Winter). Here.

  17. Marks, R.E. (1986) Energy issues and policies in Australia, Annual Review of Energy and the Environment, 11: 47-75. Here.

  18. Marks, R.E. (1974) The heroin problem: policy alternatives in dealing with heroin use, Journal of Drug Issues, 4(1): 69-91, (Winter). Here.