Maxwell School News and Commentary
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McDowell Discusses the Financial Sanctions Targeting Russia with Marketplace and the Washington Post
Associate Professor of Political Science Daniel McDowell discussed the financial sanctions imposed by the West on Russia with Marketplace and in his article published in the Washington Post.
See related: International Affairs, Russia, Ukraine, United States
Flores-Lagunes Speaks to Marketplace About Jobs Numbers
See related: Economic Policy, Labor, United States
Radcliffe quoted in Marketplace piece on companies, voter restrictions
See related: Ethics, Government, Labor, U.S. Elections, United States
Radcliffe comments on corporations' role in politics in Marketplace
See related: Ethics, Labor, State & Local, U.S. Elections, United States
Michelmore discusses the child tax credit on Marketplace
See related: Child & Elder Care, COVID-19, Health Policy, Income, Social Justice, State & Local, Taxation, United States
Lovely talks to Marketplace about Capitol riot, foreign investors
Professor Mary Lovely sees the nation in uncharted territory and is focused on the question of how much uncertainty was added into the system Wednesday.
See related: China, Government
Lovely talks to Marketplace about the impact of US suspending tariffs
See related: Economic Policy, Trade, United States
Lovely discusses the trade war, tariffs with Marketplace, PolitiFact
"When the price of these inputs go up, U.S. businesses find it harder to compete against non-U.S. competitors, even in the U.S. market," says Mary Lovely, professor of economics.
See related: China, Economic Policy, Trade, United States
Lovely talks to Marketplace about weaknesses in US manufacturing
"We’re seeing the slowdown hit the Midwest, the farm belt," says Mary Lovely, professor of economics. "And a big slowdown in business investment, capital equipment purchases, is hitting states like Pennsylvania and Illinois."
See related: Agriculture, Trade, United States
Lovely discusses US-China trade war with Business Insider, Marketplace
"Higher taxes on these goods are likely to be highly regressive, in that lower and middle class Americans spend a higher portion of their income on these Chinese imports than do higher income Americans," says Mary Lovely, professor of economics.