Michael Lewin specializes in international and development economics. He teaches the core courses in Macro and Microeconomics as well elective courses in international financial policy and international trade. A former World Bank economist he has worked and written on the macroeconomic problems of developing economies. He previously taught at Johns Hopkins (SAIS) and Middlebury College.
- Mining in Africa. Are Local Communities Better Off? (Co-author with Chuhan, P et al.) World Bank, May 2017.
- “Botswana’s Success: Good Governance, Good Policies and Good Luck,” chapter 4 in Chuhan-Pole, P. et al, eds., African Success Stories, World Bank, 2011.
- “Harnessing Oil Windfalls for Growth in the Africa Region” (with Julia Devlin), Chapter 9, in Africa at a Turning Point? Delfin S. Go and John Page eds., The World Bank, 2008.
- International Finance