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Arthur Fletcher Lucas

economist

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.

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