Lewin specializes in international economics and economic development. As a former economist at the World Bank, he lead the task management for macroeconomic county modeling, and ran macroeconomics modeling workshops in places like Kenya, Qatar, Sudan, and Uzbekistan


Teaching and Research Areas

Lewin's research focuses on these two areas:

  • Economics
  • International Finance


Select Publications and Funded Research

  • 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.


Consultancies and Public Services

  • Economist, World Bank