Brian Levy teaches at the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, USA, and the University of Cape Town. He worked at the World Bank from 1989-2012, where he was part of a leadership team that worked to integrate governance into development strategies. He also has authored, co-authored and co-edited numerous books and articles on the interactions between public institutions, the private sector and development – including Working with the Grain: Integrating Governance and Growth in Development Strategies (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014). He has a Ph.D in economics from Harvard University.
- Reframing democratic development — vision, strategy and process
- Developing democracies can thrive — messily
- Transformational fantasies, cumulative possibilities
- Multiple Pathways – How "Why" Matters
- South Africa's democracy: Complexity theory in action
- When democracy and inequality collide
- Education as liberation
- Power to the Middle Classes!
- On developmental states, Arab springs, and democracy’s discontents
- Getting beyond the “every country is unique” mantra
- Feasible policy: Beginning with things as they actually are
- Moving the governance agenda forward: A new blog on development