Larry Lichtenstein, PhD Associate Professor of Economics
B.A., Mathematics — Brooklyn College
M.A., Economics; Ph.D., Economics — State University of New York at Binghamton
Received the Donald E. Calvert Outstanding Professor of the Year Award in 1998. Dr. Lichtenstein teaches at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Much of his research involves the housing market: He has presented papers on such topics as rent control and housing cost estimates for members of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association, and articles that he has written or co-authored have appeared in such publications as the Journal of Urban Economics, New York Economic Review, and the Western New York Economic News. He is a past recipient of a Canisius College Faculty Fellowship, a Wehle School of Business Faculty Fellowship, and a research grant from the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Dr. Lichtenstein’s college appointments have included membership on the Wehle School of Business Outcomes Committee, the Faculty Senate Academic Freedom and Fairness Committee, the Canisius College Committee on Faculty Status, and the Wehle School of Business Faculty Development Committee.