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Adjunct Faculty (Part Time)

 

Education

  •  PhD in Economics, University of Notre Dame, 1998
  • Graduate Study in Economics,Johns Hopkins University, 1988
  • Bachelor of Arts (Economics), University of Missouri-Kansas,1985
     

Subject Taught/ Student Project Mentor

  • GLOBAL IMMERSION: Global Analysis,
  • Global Business Strategy
  • Business & Corporate Strategy
  • Global Business Environment

 

Academic experience 

  • Adjunct Faculty, S P Jain School of Global Management - Dubai, Singapore, Sydney(2007-2010) 
  • Visiting Professor, Franklin College, Lugano, Switzerland (2007-2010)
  • Associate Professor of Management, Rockhurst University (2003-2009)
  • Visiting Professor, Xavier Labor Relations Institute, Jamshedpur, India (2005-2007)
  • Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Saint Mary (1997-2003)

Corporate experience

  • Health Systems Manager, Health Net (1995-1997)
  • Medical Economics Analyst, Kaiser Permanente (1989-1991)
  • Mid America Heart Institute, St. Luke’s Hospital, Research Fellow (1988)

Research & publications 

  • Co-authored with Myles Gartland and Tim Keane, “Path Dependency, Behavioral Lock-in and the International Market for Beer,” in ed volume Beer, Brewing and Pubs,  Palgrave, forthcoming, 2016.

  • Co-authored with James Dockins and Ramzi Abuzahrieh, “"Arabic translation and adaptation of the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) Patient Satisfaction Survey Instrument,” Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 2015, Vol 37 (4).

  • “Liquid Bread: An Examination of the American brewing industry, 1865-1940, Part III,” Journal of Brewery History, 2014, no 159: 55-97.

  • “Liquid Bread: An Examination of the American brewing industry, 1865-1940, Part II,” Journal of Brewery History, 2014, no 157: 47-89.

  • Martin Stack, Myles Gartland & Charlotte Shelton: “The Impact of Organizational Culture and Person-Organization Fit on Job Satisfaction & Organizational Commitment in China & the United States” International Journal of Management Development(Spring 2011) 

  • “Was Big Beautiful? The Rise of National Breweries in America’s Pre-Prohibition Brewing Industry” Journal of Macromarketing Vol 30 No 1 pp 50-60 (2010)

  • Martin Stack & Myles Gartland: “Modularity, Path Dependency and the Offshoring of (Some) Physician Services” Path Dependency, Blackwell Publishing(2009)

  • Martin Stack, Laura Fitzpatrick & Timothy Keane: “Convergence of For-Profit and Not-For-Profit Organization Practices for Global Sustainability and Financial Success” Global Sustainability Initiatives: New Models and New Approaches, IAP press(2008)

  • Martin Stack & George Gale: “Quality, Schmality: Talking Naturally About the Aesthetics of Beer; or, Why is American Beer So Lousy?” Beer and PhilosophyBlackwell Publishing(2007)

  • Martin Stack, Myles Gartland & Tim Keane: “The Offshoring of Radiology: Myths and Realities,” SAM Advanced Management Journal, Vol 72 No 1 pp 44-51(2007)

  • Martin Stack & David Choi: “Who Adds Value to Ventures? Understanding the Roles and Relative Contributions of Key Advisors in High Technology Startups” The Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance and Business Ventures Vol 19 No 3 pp 75-88(2005)

  • Martin Stack & Rick Downing: “Another Look at Offshoring: Which Jobs are at Risk, and Why” Business HorizonsVol 48 No 6 pp 513-523(2005)

  • “Beer and Brewing” The Encyclopedia of New York State, Syracuse, New York(2005)

  • Martin Stack & Myles Gartland: “The Repeal of Prohibition and the Resurgence of the National Breweries: Productive Efficiency or Path Creation?” Journal of Management HistoryVol 43 No 3 pp 420-432(2005)

  • Martin Stack & David Choi: “The All-American Beer: A Case of Inferior Standard (Taste) Prevailing” Business HorizonsVol 48 No 1 pp79-86(January-February 2005)

  • Martin Stack & Myles Gartland: “Old Habits Die Hard: Path Dependency and Behavioral Lock-in” Journal of Economic Issues(June 2004)

  • "Interbrew" Alcohol and Temperance in Modern Society: An International Encyclopedia(2003)

  • “A Concise History of America’s Brewing Industry,” EH.NET Encyclopedia of Economic and Business History(Fall 2003)

  • Martin Stack & Myles Gartland: “Path Creation, Path Dependency, and Alternative Theories of the Firm," Journal of Economic IssuesXXXVII pp 487-494(June 2003)

  • “The Canning Industry in America: 1800 to 2000," Dictionary of American HistoryCharles Scribner's Sons, New York(2003)

  • “The Rise of Big Business In Turn-Of-The-Century America: A Taxonomy of Interpretations” Journal of Economic IssuesXXXVI pp 469-476(June 2002)

  • “Local and Regional Breweries in America's Brewing Industry, 1865 to 1920” Business History Review74 pp 435-463(Autumn 2000)

Conference papers presented 

  • “Private-Public Partnerships and the Development of Medical Tourism: Comparative Lessons from Singapore and Costa Rica” Academy of International Business-Midwest, Chicago(March 2011)
  • Martin Stack, Myles Gartland & Mike Stellern: “The Rise of Packaged Beer and the Reordering of the US Brewing Industry” MBAA, Chicago(March 2011)
  • Martin Stack & Myles Gartland: “The Emerging Global Beer Market: Ideas and Theories Relating to Firm Strategy and Success” Academy of International Business-Midwest, Chicago(March 2010)
  • Martin Stack & Myles Gartland: “US Healthcare Reform,” ISRICH, Manchester, England(May 2009)
  • Martin Stack, Myles Gartland & Timothy Keane: “Strategy meets Consumer Preferences” Beeronomics, Leuven, Belgium(May 2009)
  • Martin Stack & Myles Gartland: “Ethics and the Globalization of Healthcare,” Academy of International Business-Midwest, Chicago(April 2009)
  • Martin Stack, Myles Gartland & Uday Tate: “Push and Pull: an Overview of the Causes and Consequences of Cross Boarder Physician Migration” Academy of International Business-Midwest, Chicago(April 2008)
  • Martin Stack, Uday Tate & Saneel Maheshwari: “A Proposal for an Interdisciplinary Course on Outsourcing” Management Marketing Association, St Louis(September 2007)
  • Martin Stack & Myles Gartland: “ The Dynamics of Industry Architecture in the US Healthcare Sector, 1981-2007” Academy of Management, Philadelphia(August 2007) 
  • Martin Stack & Myles Gartland: “ Fossilized Routines, Lock-In and Architectural Innovation: The Case of Physician Record Keeping” Academy of Management, Philadelphia(August 2007) 
  • Martin Stack, Myles Gartland & Timothy Keane: “ Path Dependency, Behavioral Lock-in and the International Market of Beer” European Group of Organizational Studies, Vienna, Austria (July 2007) 
  • Martin Stack & Timothy Keane: “The Gateway to Gambling” International Association for Business and Society, Florence, Italy(June 2007) 
  • Martin Stack, Myles Gartland & Sylvia Dochterman: “Modularity, Path Dependency and the Offshoring of (Some) Physician Services” Academy of International Business-Midwest(March 2007)
  • “Offshoring vs. Outsourcing: Lessons from the Internationalization of Healthcare” S P Jain School of Global Management, Singapore(December 2006)
  • Martin Stack & Myles Gartland: “ The Offshoring of Radiology: Myths and Realities” Academy of International Business, Beijing, China(June 2006) 
  • Martin Stack & Myles Gartland: “Organizational responses in the US Healthcare Industry: The Co-Evolution of Structure” International Joseph Schumpeter Society, Nice, France(June 2006) 
  • “What Can We Offshore? Lessons from the Healthcare Industry” Society for the Advancement of Management, Orlando, Florida(April 2006) 
  • Martin Stack & Myles Gartland: “The United States and the International Nurse Brain Drain: The Need for a National Code of Conduct in Recruitment Practices” Society for the Advancement of Management, Orlando, Florida(April 2006) 
  • “The Impact of Path Dependency on the Mode of Expansion in the International Brewing Industry” Xavier Labor Relations Institute, Jamshedpur, India(July 2005)
  • Martin Stack & Timothy Keane: “Competing Strategies in the Emerging World Market for Beer: InBev vs Anheuser Busch” Western Academy of Management, Las Vegas, Nevada(April 2005)
  • Martin Stack & Timothy Keane: “The Internalization of the Brewing Industry” Southwest Academy of International Business, Dallas, Texas(March 2005)
  • Martin Stack & Myles Gartland: “Behavioral Lock-in as a Cause of Market Failure: the Case of Physician Record Keeping” Midwest Academy of Management Meetings( April 2004) 
  • Martin Stack, Charlotte Shelton & Myles Gartland: “Organizational Processes for Overcoming Path-Dependency and Behavioral Lock-in: Technology Resistance in Medical Offices” International Association of Business and Public Administration (January 2004)
  • “Path Dependency, Behavioral Lock-in and the All American Beer” Allied Social Science Association--Association for Evolutionary Economics Meeting, San Diego (January 2004)
  • “The Repeal of Prohibition and the Resurgence of the National Breweries:Productive Efficiency or Path Creation?” Missouri Valley Economics Association Meeting(Spring 2003)
  • “Path Creation, Path Dependency, and Alternative Theories of the Firm” Allied Social Science Association-Association for Evolutionary Economics Meeting, Washington DC (January 2003)
  • “Path Dependency and Lock-in in Consumer Branded Goods” Portland State University, Visiting Faculty Seminar Series(May 2002)
  • "The Rise of Big Business In Turn-Of-The-Century America: A Taxonomy of Interpretations" Allied Social Science Association--Association for Evolutionary Economics Meeting, Atlanta(January 2002)
  • "Network Effects and the Rise of QWERTY Beer" Missouri Valley Economics Association Meeting (Spring 2001)
  • “Was Small Beautiful? A Reappraisal of America’s Pre-Prohibition Brewing Industry” Economic History Seminar at the University of Indiana-Bloomington (Fall 1998)

Editorial and reviewer activities

 

  • “An Institutionalist Approach to Public Utilities Regulation”Michigan State University Press, Journal of Economic Issues, XXXVII (December 2003)
  • “Globalization and History: The Evolution of a Nineteenth-Century Atlantic Economy” International Journal of Manpower, Cambridge Vol 22 No. 1-2 pp 176-178(2001)
  • “Transformational Growth and the Business Cycle Edward Nell” Journal of Economic History, London Vol 59 pp 1140-1141(December 1999)
  • “Real-life Economics” Journal of Economic History, London Vol 53 pp 973-975 (December 1993)
  • “A Comparison of Socio-Economics and Outcome After Multivessel Coronary Angioplasty or Bypass Surgery” American Journal Of Cardiology Vol 13 pp 230A (1989)
  • Business History Review
  • European Management Journal

Memberships

  • Academy of Management 
  • Academy of International Business 
  • American Economics Association
  • Business History Association
  • International Trade Club, Greater Kansas City 

Awards & recognition

  • Best Professor, Helzberg School of Management, Rockhurst University (2006)
  • Favorite Professor by Students, Helzberg School of Management, Rockhurst University (2006)
  • Presidential Grant to Support Research in China on the Chinese Beer Market (2006)
  • Dean’s Grant to Support Research in India on the Offshoring of Radiology (2005)
  • Dean’s Grant to Support Research in Europe on the European Market for Beer (2004)
  • Fellowship, University of Notre Dame (1992-1993)
  • Fellowship, Mid-America Heart Institute (1988)
  • Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University (1987-1988)