A. Lawrence Levine

Professor Emeritus in Economics

Convocation: October 17, 1993

Dr. Levine began teaching at the University of New Brunswick in 1956 after a brief stint as an economist with the Government of Ontario.

In addition to his infectious enthusiasm for teaching, his research reputation is international and spans three decades of prolific publication in the field of microeconomics. Dr. Levine has had visiting appointments at the London School of Economics, where he was a Nuffield Fellow; Carnegie-Mellon; Queen's; and McGill universities.

A former vice-president of the Canadian Economics Association, he served on the editorial board of the Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics and the Canadian Journal of Economics. He also served on the research grants committee of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

Dr. Levine was director of graduate studies for the department of economics and is credited with inspiring many undergraduates to go on to graduate work. In addition to his academic contributions, he was active in the Association of University of New Brunswick Teachers and on a number of key university committees.