Robert B. Reich
Professor of Public Policy, Goldman School of Public Policy
University of California, Berkeley
Formerly on the faculty of Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; Assistant to the Solicitor-General in the Ford Administration; Head, policy planning staff, Federal Trade Commission in the Carter Administration; Secretary of Labour during President Clinton's first term. Author of several books including: The Work of Nations and most recently, Locked in the Cabinet. Over 200 articles on the global economy, the changing nature of work and the centrality of human capital.