Michael Likosky: America's Bipartisan Growth Strategy

Department of City and Regional Planning Professional Planning Colloquium

Michael Likosky directs the Center on Law & Public Finance and is a senior fellow at Institute for Public Knowledge. He has a doctorate from Oxford Law Faculty and was previously professor of International Economic Law at the University of London. Likosky has held visiting posts and fellowships at Oxford University, New York University Law School, Fordham Law School, University of Wisconsin Law School, and the University of Bonn. He has written  books on infrastructure and energy, financial crisis and reinvestment, high tech and industrial growth, oil and gas, mining, and political risk: Obama's Bank: Financing a Durable New Deal (Cambridge), Law, Infrastructure and Human Rights (Cambridge), Transnational Legal Processes (Cambridge), Privatizing Development (Martinus Nijhoff), and The Silicon Empire (Ashgate). His work has been supported by Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Arts and Humanities Research Council, Markle Foundation, Institute for a New Reflection on Governance, the Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and the Chatham House. He is the recipient of the Jonathan Weiss Award for Public Interest Advocacy.