David L. Levy

Dr. David L. Levy is Professor of Management in the College of Management at UMass-Boston. From 2013 to 2015, he was Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Research. He helped pioneer the new PhD track in Organizations and Social Change and supervises appropriate doctoral students. He teaches courses in Organization Theory, International Business, Business and Society, Strategy, and Business and Climate Change.

David is Director of the Center for Sustainable Enterprise and Regional Competitiveness, whose mission is “to foster a transition to a clean, sustainable, and prosperous economy.” The center engages in collaborations among businesses, universities, and policymakers to advance research and education. In 2011, David was the Aspen Institute Faculty Pioneer Award Winner in recognition of his work in the field of sustainability, business and climate change.

David co-edits the blog Organizations and Social Change which provides insightful commentary and analysis around issues at the intersection of business and society, such as sustainability, workforce diversity, economic development, and globalization. He was also founding editor of Climate Inc., a blog devoted to discussion of business and climate change.

Child pornography may make a comeback after US court guts regulations protecting minors
27 Aug 2018 | FEATURES |  
tags: pornography, United States
Child pornography remains illegal, but the law is toothless without record-keeping

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