Ross Levine specializes in international finance, banking regulation, and economic development. Specifically, his research focuses on the links between financial intermediaries and economic growth. He has also examined bank supervision and corruption.
Ross Levine is an American economist who currently holds the Willis H. Booth Chair in Banking and Finance at the University of California at Berkeley. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Milken Institute, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and an advisor to the World Economic Forum. As of February 2013, he is the 13th most cited economist in the world.
CURRENT RELATED PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS:
Director, William R. Rhodes Center for International Economics & Finance
Brown University, 2007-present.
National Bureau of Economic Research, Research Associate, 1998-present.
Council on Foreign Relations, 2011-present.
World Economic Forum, Advisory Board and Eminent Group of Experts, 2007-present.
Associate Editor, Journal of Development Economics, 2002-2004; 2008-present.
Associate Editor, Journal of Economic Growth, 2005-present.