Professor of Management
Department of Management and International Business
Office: Business Center 553
Professor Luchsinger received his Ph.D. from Texas Tech and has been teaching at UB since 1981. He is a retired U.S. Air Force reserves Major General where he worked as a research scientist. He also served as an ASAF pilot. His research interests range from sustainability, strategy, competitive intelligence and topics in international business.
Refereed Journal Articles
Luchsinger, V. P. (2009). Strategy Issues in Business Sustainability 163-174. Business Renaissance Quarterly. 4(3), 6.
Richardson, S. L., & Luchsinger, V. P. (2008). Strategic Implications in Competitive Intelligence. IEEE Engineering Management Review. 36(3),
Luchsinger, V. P., & . (2008). Competitive Intelligence and the Economic Espionage Act of 1996. IEEE Engineering Management Review. 36(3), 86-90.
Sanford, D., Luchsinger, V. P., & Luchsinger, V. (2011). An Early Examination of Factors in Web Teaching Capstone Courses. Northeast Business Education Association.
Luchsinger, V. P. (2011). The Potential for Sustainability in Office Environments. International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines.
Luchsinger, V. P. (2010). Sustainability in the Construction Industry.
Luchsinger, V. P., ., & Luchsinger, V. P. (2010). Restoring the Lost Republic by Extending America's Founding Values to Its Workplaces and Marketplaces. Association for Private Enterprise Education.
Luchsinger, V. P. (2009). Sustainability Issues in Strategy. Int. Acad. of Business and Public Admin..
Luchsinger, V. P. (2008). Issues in Sustainability Strategy. International Academy for Business and Public Administration Disciplines.
Luchsinger, V. P. Yes "Corporate Governance; Relevance for China," Clarewood Institute, UB. (2011).
Luchsinger, V. P. Yes "Cyberwarfare in the Future," ROTARY, York Cnty. (2011).
Luchsinger, V. P. Yes "Alternative Energy Implications," ROTARY, York Cnty. (2011).
Channel 49, York: 3 half-hour interviews on Sustainability, Climate Change, and the Environment (2009).