Charles Levenstein, Ph.D., MSOH
Politics and economics of occupational disease and injury; international dimensions of workers’ health; integrated approaches to health protection and health promotion; work environment justice; history and ethics of occupational health; sustainable development.
- “Cost Effectiveness of Occupational Health Interventions.” with Prof. Supriya Lahiri (Economics) and collaborators in India and Brazil
- “Tobacco Industry and Trade Unions, ” NCI-Funded project ar Tufts University, with Dr. Edith Balbach
- “Behavior Based Safety Systems”, with Beth Rosenberg (Tufts University School of Medicine) and the United Steelworkers (NIEHS funded technical assistance project)
- “Worker Hazards at the Point of Consumption”, including exploratory research on health and safety and safety hazards in the education industry.
- M.Sc., Physiology (Occupational Health), Harvard School of Public Health, 1981
- Ph.D., Economics, MIT, 1976
- B.Sc., Industrial & Labor Relations, Cornell, 1960