Suresh Acharya, professor of practice in the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, explains how the semiconductor supply chain works, why there’s a shortage of product, and what are the prospects for an early solution.
Thomas Goldsby, Professor & Haslam Chair in Logistics in the Supply Chain Management Department at the University of Tennessee, sketches a picture of how supply chains might be permanently changed by the pandemic, even as they adjust to its end.
A discussion about the implications of President Biden’s executive order on the review of critical supply chains with two experts from Kroll Inc.: Daniel Hartnett, associate managing director with the Compliance Risk and Diligence Practice, and Stacy Scott, managing director in the Cyber Risk Practice.
A look at the possible implications of President Biden’s order to review critical supply chains on the United States’ relations with its trading partners, with Jeff Weiss, partner and co-chair of the International Trade Policy Practice, and leader of the Supply Chain Team, of Steptoe & Johnson LLP.
In this conversation with SupplyChainBrain Editor-in-Chief Bob Bowman, Tony Uphoff, President and Chief Executive Officer of ThomasNet, reveals the findings of the company’s latest North American Manufacturing Trends report, covering the fourth quarter of 2020.