Lewis Sage headshot

Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Maryland

Lewis C. Sage

Lewis Sage headshotAssociate Professor of Economics

Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park

An associate professor of economics at Baldwin Wallace University, Dr. Lewis C. Sage teaches courses ranging from public choice and macroeconomics to managerial economics and mathematical economics. Sage is currently working with students investigating the neuroeconomics of choice and the mathematics of rank-order voting.

Sage earned undergraduate degrees in English literature at Kenyon College and economics at the University of Maryland.  He earned his doctorate in economics from the University of Maryland. Sage has participated as a Fulbright scholar in the economics faculty at Sofia University and as an occasional lecturer at The University National and World Economics, both in Bulgaria, from 1995 to 1996.  

At Baldwin Wallace, Sage serves as a faculty senator for the School of Social Science and as a member of the honors council.  He is a past chair of both the economics department and of the general faculty.

Areas of expertise

Labor, health care, Eastern Europe in transition, mathematical economics