Professor Fitzgerald is the author of Emerald Cities: Urban Sustainability and Economic Development (Oxford Univ. Press, 2010), which examines how U.S. and Western European cities are addressing the interrelated issues of global warming, energy dependence and opportunities for green economic development. This potential includes building new technology-based industry clusters, improving the efficiency of production in existing manufacturing processes, and creating well-paying green jobs in construction, manufacturing, and entirely new advanced technology sectors.
Reviving the U.S. rail and transit industry: investments and job creation (with Lisa Granquist, Ishwar Khatiwada, Joe McLaughlin, Michael Renner, and Andrew Sum), Dukakis Center Publications (2010)
Moving Up in the New Economy: Career Ladders for U.S. Workers, Book Samples (2006)
[Excerpt] This book is about restoring the upward mobility of U.S. workers. Specifically it is...