Willy Shih, Professor of Management Practice of the Harvard Business School, Bruce Katz, Founding Director of the Metropolitan Policy Program, Brookings Institution, and John Shook, Chairman & CEO, Lean Enterprise Institute discuss what advanced manufacturing requires to keep advancing with moderator Derek Thompson, Senior Editor of The Atlantic
Bruce J. Katz is a vice president at the Brookings Institution and founding director of the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program. He is also co-author of The Metropolitan Revolution (Brookings Press, 2013), a distillation of his work on the emerging metropolitan-led "next economy" and its practitioners around the country working to produce more and better jobs driven by innovation, exports and sustainability.
Dr. Scott joined the Economic Policy Institute as an international economist in 1996. Before that, he was an assistant professor with the College of Business and Management of the University of Maryland at College Park. His areas of research include international economics and trade agreements and their impacts on working people in the U.S. and other countries, the economic impacts of foreign investment, and the macroeconomic effects of trade and capital flows. His research has been published in The Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, The International Review of Applied Economics, and The Stanford Law and Policy Review, and he has written editorial pieces for The Los Angeles Times, Newsday, USA Today, The Baltimore Sun, The Washington Times, and other newspapers.
Willy Shih is Professor of Management Practice for the Harvard Business School.
John Shook is the Chairman & CEO for Lean Enterprise Institute.
Derek Thompson is a senior editor at The Atlantic, where he writes about economics, labor markets, and the entertainment business.