Markos J. Mamalakis
 
 
Professor of Economics, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

 
 
How to Contact Me
Personal Information
Academic Training and Degrees
Employment History
Lectures
Honors
Publications
 
 

                            new.gif (9692 bytes)           American Economic Association - Annual Meeting 2000

    Online Paper: "The System of National Accounts 1993: Unfinished Business"

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Office:
Professor of Economics Bolton 804
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201
Telephone: 229-4449 Area Code: (414)
Fax: 414-229-3860
mailto:mamalaki@csd.uwm.edu

Home:
2977 North Shepard Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Telephone: 964-1573 Area Code: (414)
 


PERSONAL INFORMATION

Date and place of Birth: Salonica, Greece, October 30, 1932
Marital Status: Married
Languages: Spanish, Greek, German, French



ACADEMIC TRAINING AND DEGREES:

    Institution Attended Including Dates, Degree, Data

    Fields of Specialization DISSERTATION TITLE:

"Inflation and Growth: An Asset Preference Analysis. With a Case Study of the Chilean Inflation."

Graduate Work: University of California, Berkeley, and University of Munich.



EMPLOYMENT HISTORY SINCE COLLEGE GRADUATION:
 


LECTURES:

I have lectured at the Universities of London, Chicago, Western Michigan, Kansas, University of Chile, Catholic University of Chile, Getulio Vargas Foundation in Rio de Janeiro, Oxford, Nebraska, Skidmore, Universidad del Zulia (Maracaibo), University of Sao Paulo, Getulio Vargas Foundation- Sao Paulo, Pineira School of Management, Bello Horizonte Brazil, Universidad del los Andes (Bogota, Colombia), Universities of Guatemala, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Lima, Peru, planning institutes, ministries and/or Central Banks of Guatemala, El Salvador, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and so forth, and Universities of Gottingen and Kiel, Athens Center for Planning and Economic Research. Adolfo Ibanez Business School in Valparaiso, Chile. University of Santiago. Universidad de Lima. University of the Pacific, Lima. Academia Nacional de Economia of Uruguay. Instituto Technologico Autonomo de Mexico. Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra, Dominican Republic. UNAM, Mexico City. University of Lund, Sweden. Athens School of Economics. National University of Asuncion (Paraguay). Financial Club of Asuncion. Chamber of Commerce, and Chamber of Industry of Paraguay. Central Bank of Paraguay. Paraguayan-American Chamber of Commerce. American Interprofessional Institute, Milwaukee. Rafael Landivar and Francisco Marroquin University in Guatemala. Appeared on numerous radio and television programs.



LISTINGS IN WHO IS WHO

Listed in Who’s Who in America 2004, American Men and Women of Science,Dictionary of International Biography, Wisconsin Men of Achievement, American Hellenic Who's Who in Business and the Professions, Who's Who in the Midwest, Who's Who in Finance and Industry, Who's Who in Greece, 1993.


HONORS AND FELLOWSHIPS

1. German Academic Exchange Program (DAAD) Scholarship to University of Munich, 1955-1957.

2. Fulbright Smith-Mundt Exchange Program Scholarship to the University of California, 1957-1958, 1958-1961.

3. Prize for Outstanding Scholastic Performance, University of Salonica, 1952-1953-1954.

4. Canada Council Short-Term Research Grant, April, 1962.

5. Canada Council Short-Term Research Grant, March, 1963.

6. Member of Institute for Economic Research, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada, May-August, 1962. $5,000.

7. Member of Institute for Economic Research, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada, May, July-August, 1963. $6,000.

8. Ford Foundation Fellowship to participate in Pittsburgh Seminar on Growth of Advanced Western Nations, May-June, 1963.

9. Ford Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Economics, University of Chile, Summer, 1966.

10. SSRC Grant to analyze the Service Sector in Latin America, 1950-1965, January-September, 1969. $10,000.

11. Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Grant for Summer 1971, to examine "The Role of Services in the Economic Development of the Iberian Peninsula."

12. Yale -- A.I.D. Grants, 1970-71, 1971-72, 1972-73, to work on Employment and Unemployment in Chile. $15,000; $20,000.

13. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Graduate School Research Grant on "The Minerals Theory of Growth: The Case of Venezuela", Summer, 1975.

14. Short-term Fulbright Grantee/State Department, March-April, 1975. Lectured in Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru, 1975.

15. German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) grant to pursue research in Gottingen, Germany, on the "Minerals Theory of Growth". 1975-1976. $50,000.

16. College of Letters and Science and Graduate School of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee support to pursue research in Gottingen, Germany on the "Minerals Theory of Growth". 1975-1976.

17. Tinker Foundation Grant (1977-1978) for completion of Historical Statistics of Chile, Vol. I, National Accounts of Chile; Vol. II, Demographic and Population Statistics. $15,000.

18. Tinker Foundation Grant (1979-1980) for completion of Historical Statistics of Chile. Forestry. $20,000.

19. Small annual grants by the Center of Latin America of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for research assistants and travel, 1977-1993.

20. American Philosophical Society grant from Penrose Research Fund to undertake research in Europe on "Historical Statistics of Chile: Factor Payments, Service Payments and Transfers, 1844-1930," Summer, 1979.

21. National Endowment for the Humanities grant (1981) for research on compiling Historical Statistics of Chile on Financial and Governmental Services. $75,000.

22. National Endowment for the Humanities grant (1984) for research on compiling Historical Statistics of Trade, Balance of Payments and Transportation Services in Chile, 1840-1985. $90,000.

23. UWM Graduate School/UWM Foundation outstanding research award, 1985.

24. "Corresponding Academic" in the United States of the National Academy of Economics, Monetevideo, Uruguay.

25. Fulbright Lecture Grant, Paraguay, May, 1987, Chile, May, 1987.

26. Fulbright American Participant Lecture Grant, Mexico, June, 1988, Guatemala, July, 1988.

27. Guest-Scholar award, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., May-August, 1990, $12,000.

28. Guest-Scholar award, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., July-August, 1991, $7,000.

29. Visiting Scholar award, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, D.C., June (part), July, August, 1994, $21,871.

30. Tinker Foundation Grant (1997-1999) to carry out research on Distributional Mobility in Latin America: Statistical Evidence and Remedial Strategies, $51,000.

31. 32nd Annual Morris Fromkin Memorial Lecture-Research Grant (2001), $10,000.

32. Grant from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business Center for International Business Education (CIBER) to carry out research on Ethical Dimensions of Corporate Behavior (2003), $2,700.



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