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Michael Likosky


Michael Likosky leads the infrastructure practice at 32 Advisors, a New York City-based consulting firm. He holds a doctorate in law from Oxford University, and has written five books on infrastructure finance, including Obama's Bank: Financing a Durable New Deal, which has been credited with helping to drive the growth of the U.S. public-private partnership market.

Likosky co-chaired California Gov. Edmund Brown Jr.'s Task Force to Modernize the California Infrastructure Bank and played a key role in growing the U.S. Treasury Department's $187 billion Build America Bond program. He also advised leading pension funds on the deployment of $10 billion into U.S. infrastructure in a program of the Clinton Global Initiative.

We should be looking at public-private partnerships for the full range of infrastructure, not just mega-projects.