Stephen Cohen has extensive experience as an international economic consultant having worked abroad with the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the United Nations, the governments of France and Denmark, the Perfect of Paris, and the presidents of Columbia and Spain, as well as with several major European corporations. In the United States, he has consulted to the White House, the Joint Economic Committee of the US Congress, the House Banking Committee, teh Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs, and the Department of Commerce, and with several major and smaller corporations. His articles have appeared in such journals as Science, Foreign Affairs, The Harvard Business Review, Technology Review, The New York Times, Les Temps Modernes, Le Monde, El Pais and The Wall Street Journal. His books include: The New Global Economy in the Information Age: Reflections On Our Changing World, with Martin Carnoy, Manuel Castells and Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Reading Our Times, ed., with Michael Boskin, Richard Darmon, J.K. Galbraith, Manufacturing Matters: The Myth of the Post Industrial Economy, with John Zysman, France in the Troubled World Economy, with Peter Gourevitch, and Modern Capitalist Planning: The French Model. He has been a member of the Berkley faculty since 1968. He has received numerous awards, fellowships and visiting professorships, including The Medal of Paris.