David I. Levine is a professor at the Walter A. Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. He chairs the Haas school's Economic Analysis and Policy Group and the advisory board of the Center on Evaluation for Global Action.
Levine’s work has emphasized organizational learning (and failures to learn). Several of his books examine causes and effects of public and private policies to promote organizational learning in large organizations.
In a work in progress, Levine examines how industrialization has affected children in newly industrializing nations and how to improve learning about what policies work in economic development. He was coeditor of the 2010 book, Global Challenges in Responsible Business.
Levin received his bachelor's degree from the University of California, Berkeley, in economics and computer science, his master's and doctorate in economics from Harvard University.
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