• Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics and Business

    Morton, 218
    (434) 223-6305



D.B.A., University of Virginia, 1982
B.S., University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1976


Stephen Levkoff taught at the College of William and Mary in the early 1980s.  He also taught numerous management seminars. He spent the past 30 years as a senior Wall Street executive and as a serial entrepreneur in technology and healthcare. He is married to Anne Billings Levkoff whom he met in his Money and Banking class at UNC-G. They have three sons, Jonathan, Michael and Christopher.

Teaching Interests

Accounting, Finance, Corporate Strategy, and Healthcare Economics

Research Interests

Asset Pricing, Portfolio Theory, Agency Theory, Healthcare Economics, Behavioral Economics, Neuropsychiatric and Head Trauma Imaging

Professional Activity

Stephen Levkoff has presented academic finance and management papers at the Financial Management Association, Eastern Finance Association, American Institute of Decision Sciences and the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (formerly ORSA / TIMS) annual meetings. He has presented invited finance papers to the New York Society of Securities Analysts, Boston Society of Securities Analysts and at numerous global  conferences including  those sponsored by Euromoney and Euromoney Asia. He has also presented invited Grand Rounds and seminars on Advanced Medical Imaging of Neuropsychiatric Disorders and Traumatic Brain Injury to numerous medical groups.

Research Interests and potential topics for students

I am currently doing research into both Healthcare and Tax policies. My focus in healthcare is cost reduction and equitable population healthcare. On tax policy, the focus is on equitable taxation and debt reduction. I am happy to give the students broad discretion within the scope of these projects.