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Marc V. Levine

Marc V. Levine is a senior fellow and the founding director of the Center for Economic Development. He teaches in the Department of History and the Urban Studies Programs at UW-Milwaukee, and is also Professeur invité at the Université du Québec, Institut national de la recherche scientifique-Urbanisation, in Montreal. He received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. His recent work focuses on urban redevelopment, wage polarization and urban labor markets, and tourism as an economic development strategy in the U.S. and Canada. His most recent book is La reconquête de Montréal (Montreal: VLB Editeur, 1997), and he is currently completing a book on the history of urban redevelopment, ghetto poverty, and metropolitan restructuring in Baltimore since the 1950s.

Graduate School Research Profile

Seeking Solutions For Troubled Cities
As a "social science historian," Marc Levine analyzes
the impact of economic development efforts.
Research Profile
University of Wisconsin Graduate School
Vol.19 no. 1 research-profile/Archive/Vol19No1/cities.html