Levin-Waldman, a labor economist and former professor serving almost two decades with the Graduate School for Public Affairs Administration, also served part-time as a lecturer at both the prestigious Rutgers University, Newark, NJ and the School of Public Engagement at The New School. He has also been associated with policy think tanks. Levin-Waldman has authored numerous papers and other scholarly publications, including a public policy brief for Shoresh Institution for Socioeconomic Studies in Israel. As a demographics specialist, he can help to identify community trends which will not only frame what questions to ask in a poll, but also provide information upon which to run a campaign.
Just a few publications authored by Levin-Waldman are listed here:
- Restoring the Middle Class Through Wage Policy: Arguments for a Minimum Wage (London & New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)
- “Is Wage Inequality Designed or Preordained?” Journal of Workplace Rights/Sage Open (April-June 2017):1-16. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/2158244017704736
- “How Inequality Undermines Democracy,” E-International Relations (December 10, 2016): http://www.e-ir.info/2016/12/10/how-inequality-undermines-democracy
- “Refocusing the Minimum Wage Debate: Overcoming Management Failure and Achieving the High Road,” Forum for Social Economics (published online March 11, 2016): http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/07360932.2015.1121837; also forthcoming in print.
- “The Inevitability of a Universal Basic Income,” Challenge 61,2 (March-April 2018):133-155.
- “Income, Civic Participation, and Achieving Greater Democracy,” Journal of Socio-Economics, 43 (2013):83-92
Areas of expertise
- Demographic Analysis
- Data Analytics
- Issue Diagnosis
- Voting Behavior and Statistics
- Statistics other