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Lovely discusses impact of Trump's tariff threats in TIME

"We had the chance to bring some people back into the workforce who had really been hurt under the recession. And I’m worried that’s going to be jeopardized before those people have a chance to get a full-time job," says Mary Lovely, professor of economics.

June 10, 2019

McCormick op-ed on US tariffs against Mexico published in Newsday

"The question we should all ask is whether President Donald Trump’s threat of imposing scaled tariffs on Mexico will go the way he plans—including shutting down the border," says Gladys McCormick, Jay and Debe Moskowitz Endowed Chair in Mexico-U.S. Relations.

June 4, 2019

McCormick featured in ValueWalk article on Trump's tariffs on Mexico

"The fallout of such tariffs could be catastrophic to Mexico's economy, thereby worsening the migration north," says Gladys McCormick, associate professor of history and Jay and Debe Moskowitz Endowed Chair in Mexico-U.S. Relations.

June 3, 2019

Lovely discusses trade war, tariffs on Mexico with Agence France-Presse, Bloomberg, NY Times

"This is really going to hurt American businesses who use Mexico to reduce their costs and stay competitive," Mary Lovely, professor of economics, told Bloomberg after President Trump announced that all products from Mexico will be hit with 25 percent tariffs.

June 3, 2019

Drew Kinney '18 PhD (PSc) discusses crisis in Venezuela in The Washington Post

Drew Kinney '14 M.A./'18 Ph.D. (PSc) says head of the National Assembly Juan Guaidó's "courting of the military to intervene in the political process and overthrow a state’s executive leadership is a textbook case of civilian coup advocacy."

May 3, 2019

Reeher discusses Trump, 2020 election, border crisis in The Hill

“He is deeply dug in on this,” said Grant Reeher, professor of political science, about President Trump's immigration policy. “There are things that candidates and office-holders are particularly known for and they stake their identities on. He is clearly one of them, on this issue.”

May 2, 2019

Jean Mercier co-authors book on sustainable urban transport

Jean Mercier ’82 Ph.D. (PA), adjunct professor of political science at the l’Université Laval, has co-authored a book which explores the governance patterns of three cities in the Americas: Seattle, Montreal, and Curritiba, Brazil. Utilizing theories such as path dependency, institutional culture, and transaction costs, the authors explore how each of these cities responds differently to common challenges in sustainable urban transport.

April 12, 2019

McCormick discusses Trump's view of Central America in The Hill

Gladys McCormick, the Jay and Debe Moskowitz Endowed Chair in Mexico-U.S. Relations at the Maxwell School, was published in The Hill. She writes about the interpolation by the Trump administration of southern border refugees as Mexican, whereas these immigrants are also fleeing Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador as well.

April 3, 2019

Green featured in OZY article on Chinese immigrants in the Caribbean

Cecilia Green, associate professor of sociology, was interviewed for the OZY article "Chinese Entrepreneurs Launch the Next Caribbean Invasion." "This is entrepreneurial migration, not people seeking work," says Green. "[These are] people who came specifically to open up shops, so their impact is much more than you would imagine by the numbers." 10/09/18
October 9, 2018

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