Author

G. Pascal Zachary

Senior Writer, The Wall Street Journal

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.

Articles by G. Pascal Zachary

East Meets West in Toronto

How can Asians keep their traditions when they study in the West?

November 13, 2000

In Japan Alone

Is it possible that foreigners pose a special threat during a fire?

November 3, 2000

Small Nations in a Big World

How does export-led growth benefit small nations more than big ones?

October 26, 2000

A Global Triangle

How do you reconcile an upbringing in Europe and the United States with life in Japan?

October 20, 2000