Dr. Mark Frascatore
Dean, Holzschuh College of Business Administration
Bisgrove Hall, 1st Floor, Room 174
Dr. Mark Frascatore joined the College of Business Administration as dean in June 2018, after 23 years as a faculty member, associate dean, and senior associate dean at Clarkson University. From January-June 2017 he completed a Fulbright Research Lectureship at LUISS Guido Carli in Rome, Italy, and from January 2003-April 2004, he served as an adjunct research professor at Massey University in New Zealand. Dr. Frascatore holds a B.S. in economics from SUNY Binghamton, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from Virginia Tech. He has previously worked as an economist at Glassman-Oliver Economics Consultants Inc. in Washington, D.C.
As a faculty member, Dr. Frascatore has taught a variety of courses including Supply Chain and Industrial Economics, Managerial Economics, Personnel Economics, and Principles of Microeconomics. While at Clarkson he won a number of teaching awards, including the Outstanding New Teacher Award, the Student Association Outstanding Teacher Award, the MBA Program Best Professor Award, and the University Distinguished Teaching Award. His research has mainly been in the areas of supply chain economics, industry structure, game theory, and microeconomics, and he has published his work in a wide range of internationally recognized journals including the International Journal of Industrial Organization, the International Game Theory Review, the European Journal of Operational Research, and the International Journal of Business and Economics. He recently was Co-PI on a $1M NSF Grant to Develop Advanced Resilient Microgrid Technology to Improve Disaster Response Capability.
Outside of work, Dr. Frascatore enjoys spending his time woodworking, playing piano, bicycling, cooking, and traveling.