This panel discussion will explore the complex and interdependent nature of modern operations and supply chains creates new challenges for policymakers, who must consider the potential impacts of policy decisions on the flow of goods, services, and information within and across borders. This panel will discuss how policymakers, industry leaders, and academic experts can work together to develop innovative solutions that benefit both businesses and society while ensuring that public policy decisions align with the operational realities of businesses and the emerging trends in the global economy.
|John Gray, Professor of Operations, Ohio State University|
|Susan R. Helper, Senior Advisor for Industrial Strategy, U.S. Office of Management and Budget; Frank Tracy Carlton Professor of Economics, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University|
|John Paul Macduffie, Professor of Management, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania|
|Elisabeth Reynolds, MIT Lecturer and Former Special Assistant to the President for Manufacturing and Economic Development, National Economic Council|
Sherwat Elwan Ibrahim, Visiting Associate Professor, Princeton School of Public Policy and International Affairs
Paul Larcey, Co-Director, PIIRS Global Systemic Risk Research Community, Princeton University
This event is co-sponsored with the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy & Finance and PIIRS Global Systemic Risk Research Community.