Faculty & Staff


Lawrence J. Haber, Ph.D.

Associate Professor Emeritus, 2007
Year Began at IPFW: 1981
Lawrence Haber


Dr. Haber received his Ph.D. in Economic Theory from University of North Carolina in 1975.

Teaching Interests

Dr. Haber's teaching interests includes theoretical and applied microeconomics, finance, and labor relations.  Dr. Haber emphasizes the theoretical aspects of problem solving and critical thinking.

Research Interests

Dr. Haber's research is in the areas of theoretical and applied microeconomics and labor relations

Research Published In

  • The Journal of Collective Negotiations
  • The Journal of Individual and Employee Rights
  • The Labor Law Journal
  • The American Business Review
  • The Southern Economic Journal
  • Managerial and Decision Economics
  • The Atlantic Economic Journal
  • The Journal of Economic Behavior
  • Organization and The Eastern Economic Journal

Highlights of Community Service

Dr. Haber is a member of the Southern Economic Association, Midwest Business Administration Association and has presented at many meetings including the Midwest Business Administration Association (MBAA).  Dr. Haber is also an associate editor for The Journal of Collective Negotiations

Dr. Haber joined the Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne faculty in 1981 after serving one year at North Carolina State University, and 5 years at Rutgers University.

Dr. Haber has also been included in several editions of Who's Who Among America's Teachers after having been nominated by students at IPFW.

Dr. Haber is member of Omicron Delta Epsilon.

Dr. Haber retired in July 2008, after 27 years of service to Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.