Dr. Andrew L. Gluck

M.A.  M.ED.   M.S.  ED.D.

Vocational Economic Analyst

Expert Witness

Phone: 518.755.1430

e-mail: andy_gluck@msn.com


Curriculum Vitae

Andrew L. Gluck, M.A., M.S., M.Ed., Ed.D
Business Addresses: 3145 Route 44/55, Gardiner, NY 12525  |  412 South Perth Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147 (518) 755-1430

Date of Birth: March 21, 1944


9/93 to 12/96
Columbia University, New York, New York 2/97 Ed.D.:
Philosophy and Education Completed all Departmental Requirements for M.A.: Economics and Education Program included interdisciplinary studies in Philosophy, Economics, Psychology and Statistics. Dissertation dealt with Philosophy of the Social Sciences with special application to Economics. Masters thesis dealt with Labor Economics and Education and the concepts of human capital, social capital and cultural capital.
9/88 to 12/89
New York University, New York, New York 10/90 M.S.: Management Program included Microeconomics, Accounting/ Budgeting, Applied Social Sciences, and Administrative Law Thesis dealt with economic and social effects of leadership and authority
9/71 to 12/76
Columbia University, New York, New York 1/77 M.Ed.:
Psychology/Vocational Rehabilitation. Program included 67 credit hours, 500 hour internship at Postgraduate Center for Mental Health
2/73 M.A.:
Education Program included 10 month internship in a high school
9/61 to 5/65
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 6/65 B.A. Majors: Economics, Philosophy


2006 to Present
Vocational Economic Analyst (self employed)
2003 to 2006
Adjunct Associate Professor, St. John’s University Teach Business Ethics, Philosophy of the Human Person and Bio- Medical Ethics
2000 to 2002
Adjunct Faculty, Hofstra University Taught Ethics and Social/Political Philosophy
1998 to 1999
Adjunct Faculty, Empire State College, State University of New York Taught Economics and Economic History
1997 to 2006
Senior Analyst, Vocational Economics, Inc., New York, New York
1993 to 1997
Vocational Economic Analyst, Vocational Economics, Inc. Conducted assessments to analyze earning capacity in cases of injury or death.
1997 to 1998
Adjunct Faculty, Berkeley College Taught Principles of Economics.
1994 to 1997
Adjunct Lecturer in Economics, Bramson ORT Technical Institute Taught Principles of Economics and American Economic History.
1992 to 1993
Rehabilitation Specialist, New York Rehabilitation Center Provided assessment, medical management, vocational rehabilitation and placement services to injured workers.
1989 to 1992
Vocational Counselor/Coordinator, New York Association for New Americans Counseling and placement of immigrants. Taught course in American Economic System to émigré engineers. Trained and supervised vocational counselors. Designed vocational programs.
1978 to 1989
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, New York State Department of Education Assessment, counseling, and job placement of adult disabled clients. Authorization of training, adaptive devices, home/vehicle modifications.
1977 to 1978
Psychologist, New York State Department of Mental Health Provided mental status assessments, psychological testing, community placement, therapy. Taught psychology to nursing staff.
1972 to 1976
Caseworker, New York City Housing and Development Administration Counseling and referrals of residents of urban renewal sites. Responsible for evaluating tenants for suitability for public housing. Staff development of building/relocation managers in area of tenant relations.


Gluck, A.L.
Damasio’s Error and Descartes’ Truth: An Inquiry into Consciousness, Epistemology and Metaphysics (University of Scranton Press, in press)
Gluck, A.L.
“Karl Jaspers’ Phenomenological Approach to Emotion in his General Psychopathology” in Emotions, Qualia, and Consciousness, edited by Alfred Kaszniak (London: World Scientific Publishing Co., 2001)
Gluck, A.L.
“Causality and the Hard Problem of Consciousness.” Consciousness and its Place in Nature Conference, Skövde, Sweden, August 2001
Gluck, A.L.
“Open-mindedness vs. Holding Firm Beliefs” Journal of Philosophy of Education, Volume 33, Issue 2
Gluck, A.L., S. Sachnin
“New worklife Tables Meet the Daubert Challenge.” Medical Malpractice Law and Strategy, December 2000
Gluck, A.L., D. Gibson
“Vocational Economic Analyses.” Delivered to 26th Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association, Washington, DC, March 2000.
Gluck, A. L., R. S. David-Harris, and S. Sachnin.
“The Impact of Reduced Worklife Expectancy on Lifetime Loss of Earnings by Disabled Persons.” Trial Lawyers Quarterly, Spring 1999, published by the New York State Trial Lawyers Institute.
Gluck, A.L.
Chaired session on Jaspers’ General Psychopathology and Scientific Method in Psychiatry for Karl Jaspers Society of North America, Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Boston, Dec. 1999
Gluck, A.L.
“Karl Jaspers’ Psychology of Meaningful Connections and its Relevance to the Study of Consciousness.” The Karl Jaspers Society of North America, Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Washington, DC, Dec. 1998
Gluck, A.L.
“The Assessment of Economic Damages in Cases of Traumatic Brain Injury.” Presentation to Seminar of New York State Brain Injury Association, Albany, NY, June 1997.
Gluck, A.L.
“Some Problems in Forensic Economics from the Perspectives of the Philosophy of Economics and Decision Theory.” Presentation to Third International Meeting of the Latin American Law and Economics Association, Caracas, Venezuela, June 1997.
Gluck, A.L.
Chairperson of Session on Critical Thinking at Philosophy of Education Society Conference, Vancouver, Canada, April 1997.
Gluck, A.L.
“Regarding the New Worklife Expectancy Tables.” Journal of Forensic Economics, Fall 1996.
Gluck, A.L.
“Chaos Theory and its Application to Vocational Counseling: A Critical Reappraisal.” Journal of Counseling and Values, Fall, 1996
Gluck, A.L.
“Philosophical Practice in Career and Management Consulting.” Perspectives in Philosophical Practice, Win van der Vlist, ed. (Groningen: Vereniging Voor Filosofische Praktijk, 1997). Originally presented at Second International Congress of Philosophical Practice, Leusden, Holland, August, 1996
Gluck, A.L. and R.S. David-Harris.
“Vocational Assessment for Construction Accident Cases.” Professional publication presented to New York State Trial Lawyers Institute, Labor Law Seminar, 16 May 1996.
David-Harris, R.S., A.L. Gluck, and S.M. Collard.
“Age Discrimination in the Workplace: Economic Challenges.” National Association of Forensic Economics, Allied Social Sciences Conference, January 1996.
Gluck, A.L.
“Use of Vocational and Economic Experts in a Serious Construction Accident Case.” Presentation to Association of Trial Lawyers of America, National College of Advocacy, July 1995.
Berlá, E.P., A.L. Gluck, and R.S. David-Harris.
“Economic Damages as a Result of Minimal Personality Changes in Head Injury Cases.” Journal of Forensic Economics 8, no. 2 (1995): 199-200.
Gluck, A.L.
“Assessing Lost Earning Capacity of Clients Suffering from Traumatic Mild Brain Impairment.” Presentation at Seminar for the benefit of the New York State Head Injury Association, December 1993.
Gluck, A.L.
“Vocational Rehabilitation of Soviet Émigré Engineers.” Presentation to Conference of Association of Jewish Vocational Service Professionals, Montreal, June 1991.
Gluck, A.L.
“Vocational Rehabilitation of the Emotionally and Psychiatrically Restored.” Presentation and Workshop for Cornell University, New York, New York, March 1979.


1995 to Present
Vocational Expert, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
1993 to 1997
Editorial Board Reviewer, Journal of Counseling and Values
1989 to 1996
Vocational Consultant, U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Workers Compensation Programs


June 1997
Awarded seal of the city by the Mayor of Caracas in recognition of participation in Latin American Congress on Law and Economics
Profiled in Who’s Who in the East and Who’s Who in America

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