dr. (Peter) PK Marks

dr. (Peter) PK Marks
Associate professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Public Administration
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T17-03
Email
marks@essb.eur.nl
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**Dr.dr. Peter Marks is an associate professor at the Department of Public Administration at Erasmus University Rotterdam.** Peter Marks studied economics and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. His Ph.D. focused on an alternative explanatory model in game theory. He is a member of the research group *Governance of Complex Systems*. His theoretical focus is on the development and application of complexity sciences in researching public decision making processes, e.g. the decision making processes of the High Speed Train system in the Netherlands since 1993. Peter Marks is also director of the two year *mid-career Master Program Public Administration*. He in this position focusses on the theoretical and practical development of teaching programs to enhance and strengthen the two year mid-career master program.

  • Peter Marks (2018) - UnCoDe
  • Peter Marks (2018) - Adventures in iterative modeling: the case of converting FL models from biology for CDM processes
  • Peter Marks (2016) - Future curriculum for teaching PA in times of big challenges like climate change, migration, austerity and now Brexit
  • Peter Marks (2016) - Societal challenges and teaching PA
  • Peter Marks (2016) - Complexity, Governance & Networks (Journal)
  • Peter Marks (2013) - Teaching Public Administration (Journal)
  • Peter Marks (2013) - Ocean & Coastal Management (Journal)
  • Peter Marks (2011) - Journal of Game Theory (Journal)
  • Peter Marks (2011) - Police Practice and Research (Journal)
  • Peter Marks (2011) - Journal of Game Theory (Journal)

4.1 Dynamics of Complex Systems

Year
2022
Course Code
FSWBM-3142

4.1 Governance & Complexity

Year
2022
Course Code
FSWBM-3110

4.1 Policy Innovat. in Complex Systems

Year
2022
Course Code
FSWBM-7020

1.4C Economics

Year
2022
Course Code
ESSB-BC1090

2.1 A Methodology II

Year
2022
Course Code
FSWBM5090

2.1 A Thesis

Year
2022
Course Code
FSWBM5100

4.3 Thesis/researchproject Master GMCS

Year
2022
Course Code
FSWBM-3050

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