- Ph.D., Graduate Center, City University of New York, New York, NY
- M.S.W., Columbia University School of Social Work, New York, NY
Areas of Expertise
- Quantitative Methods
- Social Policy
- Civic Engagement
- Lewis, Michael A. “Mathematics and the Hunger Games.” The Journal of Humanistic Mathematics (2012).
- Lewis, Michael A. “What to do if the Gold Standard Can’t be Realized? Propensity Scoring to Adjust for Attrition in Random Experiments.” Sociology Study.
- Lewis, Michael A. “The Spending Explosion: Positional Externalities and Exponential Consumption Growth.” Journal of Applied Quantitative Methods (forthcoming).
- Lewis, Michael A. and Noguchi, Eri. “My Neighbors Made Me Do It: An Exploration of a Neighborhood Network Model of Activism.” Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, no. 8 (August 2008).
- Widerquist, Karl and Lewis, Michael A. “An Efficiency Argument for the Basic Income Guarantee.” International Journal of Environment, Workplace, and Employment, vol. 2, no. 1 (2006), pp. 21-43.
- Finishing a book tentatively entitled A Second Course in Statistics for Social Workers. The book focuses primarily on regression models and extensions of regression models and how such models might be applied to address research of interest to social work researchers.
- I'm the applied statistician in a study on an intervention to reduce and prevent HIV risk behaviors on the part of black men who have sex with men (black MSM). Partner organizations are: Loyola School of Social Work, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Black Mens XChange
- Basic Income Earth Network
- The US Basic Income Guarantee Network
- Significance: Statistics Making Sense