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Arthur Fletcher Lucas

Arthur Fletcher Lucas, American economist. Member American Economics Association, American Association University Professors, Phi Beta Kappa. Delta Sigma Rho.

Background

  • Lucas, Arthur Fletcher was born on December 24, 1896 in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine, United States. Son of Herbert A. and Marian (Fletcher) Lucas.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Bates College, 1920. Doctor of Philosophy., Princeton, 1925.

    Career

    • Instructor Princeton, 1920-1922, 24-26. Associate professor, later professor Clark University since 1926, director div. business administration since 1946. Consultant Harvard Graduate School Business Administration, 1937-1939.

      Visiting lecturer Wellesley College, 1940. Principal administrative analyst United States Bureau Budget, 1943-1946, consultant, 1946-1948. Economist committee small business United States House of Representatives since 1950.

    Works

    • Author: Legal Minimum Wage in Massachusetts, 1927. Industrial Reconstruction and Control of Competition, 1937. Contributor to business and economics journals.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member American Economics Association, American Association University Professors, Phi Beta Kappa. Delta Sigma Rho.

    Connections

    • Married Agnes Page, 1921. Children: Elizabeth Anne, Frances Stanhope.
    • father: Herbert A. Lucas
    • mother: Marian (Fletcher) Lucas
    • spouse: Agnes Page
    • children: Elizabeth Anne Lucas
    • Frances Stanhope Lucas
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    Born December 24, 1896
    Died July 7, 1953
    (aged 56)
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