Dan Levine joined Oxford Economics US Consulting as Practice Leader of Location Strategies and Economic Development in 2014. He has had a lengthy career in location strategies consulting, economic development and public sector finance.
Dan previously led the Location and Incentives Consulting Practice at ADP, Inc. and also owned and operated a boutique corporate relocation consulting company, MetroCompare LLC. In these capacities, he advised companies on where to locate new facilities (e.g., call centers, industrial plants and shared-service centers) and negotiated incentive packages on behalf of these companies in excess of $150 million. Clients included Citigroup, Novartis, Burlington Coat Factory, Dyson and the Biotechnology Council of New Jersey.
Dan previously served as Assistant State Treasurer of New Jersey, where he led many of that state’s economic development efforts including the creation of a first in the nation incentive program targeting retention, privatization of the state aquarium and a waterfront master development agreement in Camden, NJ.
Earlier in his career, Dan was Director of Incentive Services at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Dan is a graduate of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government (Masters) and earned his BA in Economics from the University of Chicago.