Lucas A. Rentschler

Assistant Professor

Department(s):
  • Economics and Finance

Lucas Rentschler

Education

PhD, Texas A&M University, 2010

Biography

Lucas Rentschler is an experimental economist and microeconomic theorist who studies conflict, auctions and legal institutions.

Teaching

ECN 5050 - Experimental Economics, Fall 2020
BUS 1600 - Huntsman Analytical Rigor Lab, Fall 2020
ECN 4310 - Mathematical Methods in Economics and Finance I, Fall 2020
BUS 1600 - Huntsman Analytical Rigor Lab, Spring 2020
ECN 2010 - Introduction to Microeconomics, Spring 2020
ECN 5050 - Experimental Economics, Fall 2019
BUS 1600 - Huntsman Analytical Rigor Lab, Fall 2019
ECN 4310 - Mathematical Methods in Economics and Finance I, Fall 2019
ECN 4330 - Applied Econometrics, Summer 2019
ECN 4310 - Mathematical Methods in Economics and Finance I, Spring 2019
ECN 5800 - Topics in Applied Microeconomics, Spring 2019
ECN 4330 - Applied Econometrics, Fall 2018
ECN 4310 - Mathematical Methods in Economics and Finance I, Fall 2018
ECN 4330 - Applied Econometrics, Spring 2018
ECN 4310 - Mathematical Methods in Economics and Finance I, Spring 2018
ECN 5800 - Topics in Applied Microeconomics, Spring 2018
ECN 4310 - Mathematical Methods in Economics and Finance I, Fall 2017