Clyde Prestowitz

Trading Places, Rogue Nation, and Three Billion New Capitalists are all bestsellers and critically praised works by Clyde Prestowitz. He worked as a trade negotiator for Asia and as a consultant to the Secretary of Commerce during the Reagan administration. He also served as deputy chairman of President Bill Clinton's Commission on Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment. Prestowitz, the founder of the Economic Strategy Institute in Washington, D.C., provides competitiveness and globalization strategy advice to governments, multinational firms, and labor organizations. For the last twenty-five years, he has published hundreds of pieces and op-eds for the New York Times, the Financial Times, the Washington Post, the Economist, and other important journals, based on his experiences in both business and government. He currently resides in Washington, D.C.