Professor of Economics
Andrew Levin teaches courses on macroeconomics and monetary policy. His research has been highly influential, with a total citation count that ranks among the top 200 economists worldwide. In addition to being a regular visiting scholar at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), he has served as an external consultant to the European Central Bank, an external adviser to the Bank of Korea, a scientific advisor to the central banks of Norway and Sweden, and a visiting scholar at the central banks of Canada, Japan, Netherlands, and New Zealand; he has also provided technical assistance to the central banks of Albania, Argentina, Ghana, Macedonia, and Ukraine. He received his Ph.D. in economics from Stanford University and worked at the Federal Reserve Board for two decades, including two years as a special adviser on monetary policy strategy and communications, and he was a research adviser at the IMF prior to joining the Dartmouth faculty.
- Ph.D., Stanford University, 1989
- B.A., Yale University, 1984