Affiliated with: The Public Policy Program
Phone: (212) 396-7557
Michael A. Lewis is a social worker, sociologist, and former community organizer. He currently teaches courses in economics and public policy at the Silberman School of Social Work.
Lewis, Michael A. “An Overview of Causal Directed Acyclic Graphs for Social Work Researchers.” Journal of Applied Quantitative Methods (September 2015).
Lewis, Michael A. “Econometrics of Estimating Causal Effects: an Overview for Social Work Researchers.” Research on Social Work Practice (June, 2015).
Lewis, Michael A. and Ferguson-Colvin, Kristin. “Comparison of Decision Rules and Logistic Regression Classification Algorithms to Predict Methamphetamine use among Homeless Youths who attend High School.” Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, vol. 5, issue 2, (March, 2014).
Research areas: public policy, basic income guarantee, and applied statistics.
Current research: 1) Writing a book on mathematics, public policy, and social issues 2) Writing papers on the use of Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAGs) in causal inference.
Research Areas: Applied Statistics, Basic Income Guarantee, Public Policy, Social Work, Sociology