Gary Marks is Burton Craige Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and founding Director of the UNC Center for European Studies. Marks has been National Fellow at the Hoover Institution (1986-87) and Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford in 1991-92, and Visiting Fellow at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung in 2002-03. He has held visiting professorships at Sciences Politiques, Paris (2002), Konstanz University, Germany (2000), the University of Twente, the Netherlands (1998). He was Hooker Visiting Professor at McMaster University. In 1998 Marks was elected Chair of the European Community Studies Association. Marks' teaching and research interests lie in the field of comparative politics.
co-authored with Hooghe, L. et al. 2014: Patterns of International Organization: Task-specific vs. General-Purpose, in: Politische Vierteljahresschrift 49, 131-156.
co-authored with Hooghe, L./Shair-Rosenfield, S. 2014: A Comparative Measure of Decentralization for Southeast Asia, in: Journal of East Asian Studies 14/1, 85-108.
co-authored with de Vries, C. 2012: Struggle over Dimensionality? Theoretical and Empirical Challenges to the Study of Dimensionality of Party Competition, in: European Union Politics Special Issue.
2012: Europe and its Empires: From Rome to the European Union, in: Journal of Common Market Studies 50/1, 1-20.
co-authored with Hooghe, L. 2010: Types of Multilevel Governance, in: Enderlein, H./Wälti, S./Zürn, M.: Handbook on Multilevel Governance, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 17-31.
co-authored with Hooghe, L. 2009: Does Efficiency Shape the Territorial Structure of Government?, in: Annual Review of Political Science12, 225-241.
co-authored with Hooghe, L. 2009: A Postfunctionalist Theory of European Integration: From Permissive Consensus to Constraining Dissensus, in: British Journal of Political Science 39/1,1-23 [with responses by Philippe Schmitter, Hanspeter Kriese, Tanja Börzel and Thomas Risse].
co-authored with Mbaye, H./Kim, H. 2009: Radicalism or Reformism: Socialist Parties before World War I, in: American Sociological Review 74/4, 615-635.
co-authored with Hooghe, L./Schakel, A. 2008: Measuring Regional Authority, in: Regional and Federal Studies 18/2-3, 111-120.
co-authored with Hooghe, L./Schakel, A. 2008: Operationalizing Regional Authority: A Coding Scheme for 42 Countries, 1950–2006, in: Regional and Federal Studies 18/2-3, 121-140.
co-authored with Hooghe, L./Schakel, A. 2008: Patterns of Regional Authority, in: Regional and Federal Studies 18/2-3, 165-180.
co-authored with Hooghe, L. 2008: European Union?, in: West European Politics Anniversary Issue 31/1–2, 108-129.
co-authored with Hooghe, L. 2012: Politicization, in: Jones, E./Weatherill, S./Menon, A. (eds): Handbook on the European Union, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 840-53.