Daniel Levy (Ph.D. political science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) is Distinguished Professor, University of Albany (SUNY), USA. Alongside his main appointment in educational policy, he holds affiliated appointments with the Public Policy Program and Political Science Department as well as a joint appointment in Latin American Studies. Levy is the Founder and Director of PROPHE (Program for Research on Private Higher Education), a global scholarly network, originally funded by the Ford Foundation. Levy’s seven books and over one-hundred articles concentrate on higher education policy globally, related non-profit sectors, or Latin American politics. His Building the Third Sector won the 1997 prize for best book in nonprofit and voluntary action research from the leading academic association in the field. Levy has lectured at nearly all the top-ranked U.S. universities and in six continents, also has consulted for leading international agencies. He is co-author of the Inter-American Development Bank’s first ever policy paper on higher education.
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