Nicholas Sullivan

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Nicholas Sullivan "is the Publisher of Innovations. Sullivan has written widely about technology and entrepreneurship. For the past five years he has focused on global development and investment, a path he followed after hosting international Internet conferences for entrepreneurs while he served as editor in chief of (a sister company to Inc. magazine). He was thereafter a United Nations-accredited business interlocutor to the International Financing for Development conference (2002). He compiles the annual Wealth of Nations Index, a ranking of 70 developing countries, for the Global Horizon Fund, a private-equity fund of local funds in emerging markets. He is the author of You Can Hear Me Now: How Microloans and Cell Phones Are Connecting the World's Poor to the Global Economy (Jossey-Bass, 2007). Sullivan was previously editor-in-chief of Home Office Computing. As one of the nation's first high-profile telecommuters, he wrote the popular "Workstyles" column, which chronicled life and work in the information age, and the book Computer Power for Your Small Business (Random House/American Management Association). He has chaired the Inc. E-Strategies Conference, the Inc./Cisco Growing with Technology Awards, and the US West New Ventures Seed Capital Competition. Recent publications include Do BITs Really Work: Bilateral Investment Treaties and Their Grand Bargain (Harvard International Law Journal) and Clinical Economics (Compass, Center for Public Leadership, Kennedy School of Government). Sullivan is a graduate of Harvard University and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He is currently a visiting scholar at the Legatum Center for Development & Entrepreneurship at MIT." [1]

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  1. Editorial Info, Innovations, accessed July 28, 2009.