Lucas Bernard

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Lucas Bernard
Born New York City, USA
Residence United States
Citizenship United States
Fields Economics
Institutions CUNY College of Technology, New School University
Alma mater New School University, City University of New York, NYU’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

Lucas Bernard is a financial economist and professor of business at The City University of New York, College of Technology.[1]

Bernard's recent research has moved away from the traditional mathematical models,[2][3] popular with economists, and more towards the role of economics as a sub-discipline of sociology. Bernard is interested in the ways in which economics blends together human values, politics, rationality and irrationality; more specifically, how this interplay reveals itself in society at large.[4] He is an Advisory Editor in Economics and Finance for Oxford University Press.[5]

His doctoral dissertation, concerning endogenous models of credit default, was written at The New School for Social Research;[6] he also holds graduate degrees in both Mathematics (City University of New York) and Computer Science (NYU’s Courant Institute).[7]

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