G. Pascal Zachary is a senior writer for The Wall Street Journal. Splitting his time between London and Berkeley, California, Mr. Zachary is also a contributing editor of the newsmagazine In These Times and a columnist for Technology Review.
He has published two technology-related books — Showstopper (1994), on innovation at Microsoft, and Endless Frontier, a biography of Vannevar Bush, the organizer of the Mahattan Project.
His latest book, "The Global Me: New Cosmopolitans and the Competitive Edge," is a study of how rich nations handle ethnic, racial and national diversity in their societies and a celebration of multicultural identity in the New Economy.
It was published in July 2000 by Public Affairs Books.