Trained at Wharton, Prof. Levine’s interests span disciplines. He has been studying how Pay It Forward creates surprising acts of kindness and leads to sharing knowledge and facilitating innovation. Interaction between people can result in unexpected outcomes, as his research on price bubbles in markets reveals. People, after all, are social creatures who cluster in social networks, a topic he studied. His research has been cited by scholars in business, sociology, psychology and economics. It has also been relied upon in computer science, physics and mathematics. He taught business strategy, global strategic management, organizational theory and corporate social responsibility to undergraduate, graduate and executive audiences in the US, Europe and Asia. Prof. Levine is a member of the AoM, ASA, SPSP, AEA, and INGroup. His research won grants from and conducted at MIT, Columbia and Penn.