Academic Programs

The Levy Economics Institute Graduate Programs in Economic Theory and Policy were created to offer students an alternative to mainstream graduate programs in economics and finance. The Institute is well known for its work in macroeconomic theory and policy analysis, the development and exploration of alternative measures of economic well-being and income and time poverty, and its continuing efforts to extend the work of Distinguished Scholars Minsky and Godley.
About Our Programs

About Our Programs

Our M.A. and M.S. programs provide instruction grounded in the innovative approaches to financial instability developed by Levy Institute Distinguished Scholar Hyman P. Minsky and the stock-flow modeling method created by Distinguished Scholar Wynne Godley, as well as more than 30 years’ experience in the measurement and understanding of income and wealth inequality.