Marty Luby

Marty Luby

Marty Luby received his Ph.D. in public affairs from Indiana University's School of Public and Environmental Affairs where he specialized in public finance and public management. Prior to DePaul, Luby held faculty positions at Ohio State University, the University of Illinois at Chicago and Indiana University. His research has appeared in Public Budgeting & Finance, Public Finance Review, Public Works Management & Policy, Municipal Finance Journal, and the Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management. In addition to his research and teaching at DePaul, Luby has recently served as a consultant to the Office of Inspector General for the United States Department of Transportation on their analyses related to public-private partnerships, the Task Force on the State Budget Crisis chaired by Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker and former New York Lieutenant Governor Richard Ravitch, and the City of Chicago Office of the Chief Financial Officer. Prior to his academic career, Luby spent 13 years in the public finance industry as an investment banker and financial advisor to state and local governments at Bear Stearns & Co. and Scott Balice Strategies where he helped advise, structure and price over $3 billion in financings for government entities throughout the United States.