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Lovely Comments on the Baby Formula Shortage in NPR Article

May 23, 2022

Professor Mary Lovely was quoted in the NPR article, "How the U.S. got into this baby formula mess."

Lovely Quoted in Washington Post Article on Commerce Investigation into Asian Solar Panel Makers

May 10, 2022

Professor Mary Lovely was quoted in the Washington Post article, "White House alarmed that Commerce probe is ‘smothering’ solar industry."

Lovely Weighs in on Economic Interconnectedness of Russia-China-US in NY Times, Washington Post

March 25, 2022

Professor Mary Lovely spoke with the New York Times, the Washington Examiner and the Washington Post about U.S. sanctions on Russia and the implications for Russia.

Lovely Discusses Impact of China’s COVID Lockdowns on Global Supply Chains in NY Times, VOA

March 16, 2022

Professor Mary Lovely weighed in the impact China's new COVID lockdowns will have on global supply chains in the New York Times and Voice of America articles.

Patel Piece on Illicit Finance Published by Law360

December 7, 2021
"Why We're Losing The Battle Against Illicit Finance," co-authored by Kristen Patel, Donald P. and Margaret Curry Gregg Professor of Practice in Korean and East Asian Affairs, was published by Law360. 

Grant Reeher Discusses Inflation and Supply Disruption in Washington Examiner

October 21, 2021
Professor Grant Reeher was quoted in the Washington Examiner article, "Why is White House painting inflation and supply disruption as minor problems?"

Lovely discusses India's COVID crisis, US textile imports with NBC

June 3, 2021
While India constitutes a smaller fraction of imports as compared to China, it still plays a significant role in certain sectors, including raw gems, which makes it difficult to move supply chains outside the country, says Professor Mary Lovely.

See related: Supply Chains , Spending , Trade , India , COVID-19

Lovely speaks to South China Morning Post about the EU's new trade policy

February 22, 2021
"The new EU trade policy tries to strike a principled balance between the U.S. and China, with clear signals to both that it will set its own course," says Professor Mary Lovely. "Finding a way forward that is both 'open' and 'autonomous' will be difficult, however, as openness brings interdependence," she says.

Lovely discusses resilience of US supply chains on Brookings podcast

February 16, 2021
Professor Mary Lovely was a guest on the Brookings Institution podcast "Dollar & Sense" to discuss the resilience of U.S. supply chains, the potential effects of Biden’s "Buy American" policy, U.S. engagement with China, and other early lessons from the Biden administration’s emerging trade agenda.

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