Supply Chains in the COVID Era and the Case for Economic Resiliency

As supply chains get disrupted and Americans lose access to coveted necessities like Wendy’s beef, COVID offers us some opportunities to ask some timely questions about how we can shift toward smaller-scale production as a question of sustainability and economic resiliency and prosperity.

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Toward An Equitable Stimulus Package

The current stimulus package being debated in Congress is likely to be the first of a few. In this article, we consider some precedents for transformative legislation– and some models for other bailouts and stimulus packages- as a blueprint for what we should be focusing on in developing any stimulus policy.

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