Yuval Levin is the Hertog Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. His areas of specialty include health care, entitlement reform, economic and domestic policy, science and technology policy, political philosophy, and bioethics.
Mr. Levin’s essays and articles have appeared in numerous publications including the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, Time, Newsweek, Commentary, and other publications. He is a contributing editor of National Review and most recently, author of Imagining the Future: Science and American Democracy.
Before joining EPPC, Mr. Levin served on the White House domestic policy staff under President George W. Bush. His work focused on health care as well as bioethics and culture-of-life issues. Mr. Levin previously served as Executive Director of the President’s Council on Bioethics, and as a congressional staffer.
He holds a BA from American University and a PhD from the University of Chicago.
Conservatives against Trump: Yuval Levin on Trump’s “Shallow Narcissism”
Published in National Review on January 22, 2016
Sixty Years on, Conservatives Must Still ‘Stand Athwart History’
Published in National Review - November 19, 2015 issue on November 19, 2015
Liberty Needs the Strong Families and Communities that Reformocons Emphasize
Published in Reason on May 20, 2015
Judaism’s Countercultural Understanding of Human Nature
Published in Mosaic on April 13, 2015
How Did Thomas Paine Go From Revolutionary To Welfare Statist?
Published in The Federalist on October 16, 2014
Is Burke The Right Role Model For American Conservatives?
Published in The Federalist on October 14, 2014
Book Review: ‘Why Government Fails So Often’ by Peter H. Schuck
Published in Wall Street Journal on June 10, 2014
Done Being Born: Israel after Sharon and His Generation
Published in Weekly Standard on January 27, 2014
Much Obliged: Religion Is Not Just One Choice among Many
Published in Mosaic on July 8, 2013