We’ll say it again — the faculty members who teach our classes understand the needs
of working professionals, have exceptional teaching credentials, and are leaders in
their fields with current research and scholarship. Meet a few of them.
Dr. Joseph P. Daniels
Professor of Economics
EMBA course taught: Global Issues in Finance and Economics
- Ph.D. in International Economics (Indiana University)
- M.A. in Economics (Indiana University)
- B.S. in Business Economics (Ball State University)
Dr. Joseph Daniels has been at Marquette since 1990 and was promoted to associate professor of economics
in 1997 and full professor in 2006. His areas of research include G8 policy relations,
exchange rate arrangements, and international monetary and financial policy.
He was a Fulbright Scholar from 1997-98 at the University of Toronto, where he was
involved in seminars and research on policymaking of the then-G7 countries. He is
a member of the G8 Research Group at the university. He also was an accredited White
House media consultant for the 1997 Denver G7 Summit, the 1998 Birmingham G8 Summit
and the 1999 Cologne G8 Summit. Dr. Daniels had a prestigious academic leave in the
spring of 2009, which he spent at Wake Forest University.
Dr. Daniels has published numerous articles in journals, including the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, and the Journal of International Money and Finance, and has authored two textbooks on international trade and finance. He was the inaugural
recipient of the Marquette College of Business Administration Faculty Teaching Award
and the recipient of Marquette’s university-wide Gettel Faculty Award for Teaching
Excellence in 1999. He has been a member of the executive committee for the International
Atlantic Economic Society since 2003.
Dr. Daniels received the Excellence in Executive Education Award in 2006.
Dr. Mark Barratt
Associate Professor of Management
EMBA course taught: Supply Chain Stragety and Practice
- Ph.D. in Supply Chain Management, Cranfield University, UK
- B.A. (honors), University of Greenwich, U.K.
Dr. Barratt's first career was in the legal profession, practicing commercial and residential property
law. He started his second career as an academic in 1994, lecturing on Business Strategy
at the University of Greenwich. He then worked as a Lecturer in Supply Chain Management
at the Cranfield School of Management from 1998-2002. Before joining Marquette University,
he was an Assistant Professor in Supply Chain Management as Arizona State University,
teaching Logistics, Global Supply Chain Management, and Supply Chain Strategy.
Dr. Barratt is interested in Collaboration between and within organizations, as well
as the interaction between people, processes and technology.