Michael Likosky heads the Infrastructure practice at 32 Advisors. He holds a PhD in Law from Oxford University.
Michael has served as an expert to the OECD, United Nations, and Clinton Global Initiative. He has been an advisor (internal) to the US Treasury Department.
Michael has advised the Governors of California and New Jersey, the New York Empire State Development Corporation, US Senators, and Chicago.
Michael served as the co-Chair of Governor Edmund Brown Jr.'s Task Force to Modernize the CA Infrastructure Bank.
Michael has written five books on infrastructure, energy, and growth, including three with Cambridge University Press. His most recent book, Obama's Bank: Financing a Durable New Deal, is credited with contributing to the upsurge of P3s within the US.
Michael held the Professorship of International Economic Law at the University of London, and also founded and directed NYU's Center on Law and Public Finance.
Michael is a multi year recipient of grant awards from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, Ford Foundation, and Rockefeller Foundation.
Michael appears regularly in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Associated Press, and Reuters.
Michael convenes the Reinvesting in America Series, the longstanding small off-the-record forum on infrastructure, bringing together Departments of Commerce, Defense, Transportation and Treasury with leading investors.