Michael Likosky (PhD Oxford Law) is a Principal and Co-Head of the Infrastructure practice at 32 Advisors. He is an Expert to the O.E.C.D., United Nations and Clinton Global Initiative. Likosky has advised US Treasury, US Senators, Governors and Mayors. He has written five books on infrastructure, financial crises, and economic growth: 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 & Humanities Research Council, Markle Foundation, and Chatham House.