In the Media

Importers are Exporters: Tariffs Would Hurt Our Most Competitive Firms

Dec 07, 2016 // Cites research co-authored by Andrew Bernard in an article that discusses how there’s no way to punish importers without hurting the top US exporters. Bernard’s research provides an explanation for the tight relationship between importing and exporting.
View at Peterson Institute for International Economics

If Your Country Has Never Won an Olympic Medal, the Odds Are It Never Will

Aug 19, 2016 // Cites a model created by Andrew Bernard, the Jack Byrne Professor of International Economics, that had a 96 percent accuracy rate when predicting the Sydney and Athens Olympic Games.
View at Quartz

How to predict Olympic results before the games even start

Jul 22, 2016 // A feature article about the Rio 2016 Olympic medal predictions made by Camila Gonzales T'16, using a formula created by Andrew Bernard, the Jack Byrne Professor of International Economics.
View at The Washington Post

The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds

Apr 30, 2014 // Recognizes Andrew Bernard as one of the most influential economics and business researchers based on a decade of citation data
View at The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds 2014

What 50 Years of Bullet Trains Have Done for Japan

Oct 07, 2014 // Highlights a study led by Andrew Bernard that examines the effect of Japan’s bullet trains at the firm level.
View at The Atlantic

A Handful of Elite Business Schools are also Academic Powerhouses

Sep 24, 2014 // Andrew Bernard is mentioned as one of "higher education's rock stars" for his study on multiproduct exporters in Belgium.
View at Bloomberg Businessweek

The Furor Over “Factoryless” Manufacturers

Jul 24, 2014 // Professor Andrew Bernard says companies like Apple should be counted as manufacturers in government statistics.
View at Wall Street Journal

U.S. Agencies Consider Redefining Manufacturing

Mar 17, 2014 // The Wall Street Journal mentions research by Andrew Bernard and Teresa Fort that "estimated the redefinition would have added anywhere from 431,000 to nearly two million workers to the manufacturing sector in the 2007 Census survey."
View at Wall Street Journal

Export or Die

May 31, 2010 // With demand at home at rock bottom, American firms are looking abroad.
View at The Economist

  • Economist, “Export or Die,” March 31, 2010
  • Reuters, “US companies suddenly shy over China yuan squabble,” March 26, 2010
  • CNBC London, “Bulls and Bears in the China Market,” May 19, 2009
  • Wall Street Journal, “Strong Productivity Defies Trend and Gives Fed Room to Maneuver,” by Brian Blackstone, August 4, 2008
  • Women’s Wear Daily, “Free Trade Hits Low Tide as Range of Issues Converge,” May 13, 2008
  • New York Sun, “The Colombian Imperative,” April 9, 2008
  • Wall Street Journal, “Surging Exports Lighten the Gloom,” March 24, 2008
  • Reuters, “Will the Next President Inherit a Recession,” March 5 2008
  • Business Finance, “Hard Dollars, Putting the Devalued Greenback to Work,” February 1, 2008.
  • AP, “Americans Pay for Housing Boom’s Excess,” January 18, 2008
  • BusinessWeek Online, “Would a Gold Standard Save the Dollar,” November 27, 2007
  • BusinessWeek Online, “The Upshot of the Dollar’s Fall,” November 9, 2007
  • Women’s Wear Daily, “The China Fallout: Greater Security and Rising Costs,” August 28, 2007
  • New York Sun, “Wising Up,” August 3, 2007
  • Women’s Wear Daily, “Caution Slows Global Trade Winds,” March 15, 2007
  • NPR, On Point, The Future of American Exports, Featured Guest, March 29, 2007
  • WWD, “Debate Grows as Trade Deficit Expands,” by Evan Clark, March 6, 2007
  • Reuters, “Stocks Trip On China,” February 28, 2007
  • Economist, “Moving Pieces,” February 24, 2007
  • La Gaceta, “China e India pueden ser tanto competidores como cooperodroes,” December 6, 2006
  • New York Sun, “Free Trade Advantage,” by Diana Furchtgott-Roth, December 1, 2006
  • Valley News, “Global Companies Taking Notice,” by Warren Johnston, August 6, 2006
  • Wall Street Journal, “U.S. Net Debt Increases 14% To Record-Level $2.69 Trillion,” By Michael M. Phillips June 30, 2006
  • Wall Street Journal, “China Raises Rates to Rein in Galloping Growth,” by Andrew Browne and Michael M. Phillips 04/28/06
  • Wall Street Journal, “Foreign Companies Reatchet Back Spending in U.S.,” by Christopher Conkey 04/21/06
  • Reuters, “Markets Bet on Yuan Rise,” 04/15/06
  • Smarteconomist.com, Q&A on “Firms and Globalization,” 04/14/06
  • BizEd “The Growing Pains of Globalization” March/April 2006 (Research survey)
  • CNBC “Wake Up Call,” August 31, 2005
  • USA Today, “First step: China will stop pegging yuan to dollar,” July 21, 2005
  • Washington Post (Rueters), “Yuan move may benefit US stock investors,” July 21, 2005
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, “Lack of minority-owned businesses hurts city,” July 10, 2005
  • Wall Street Journal, “Manufacturing Shows Unexpected Vigor,” by Jessica E. Vascellaro and Jon E. Hilsenrath 07/18/05
  • WWD, “Symbolism vs substance – China’s New Self-imposed Export Tariffs on Apparel Won’t Change Sourcing Strategies,” Evan Clark 23 May 2005
  • Women's Wear Daily, “Banging The Drum on China,” 17 May 2005 Scott Malone
  • Wall Street Journal , “The Oscar Formula,” Conor Dougherty. Feb 25, 2005
  • Women's Wear Daily, “A Question of Values: U.S., China Trade fight is Focused on Currency,” Scott Malone
  • Women's Wear Daily, 1 February 2005, Scott Malone
  • Wall Street Journal, “Import Prices May Drift Lower as Low Cost Production Picks Up,” by Louise Story 8/17/04 (also in the International Editions, Bloomberg.com, Inc.com, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, The Globe and Mail)
  • The Economist, “Footloose firms - How mobile are global firms,” 3/27/04
  • CBS Marketwatch, “U.S. Manufacturing’s Bleeding is Over,” by Chris Plummer 3/18/04
  • U.S. News & World Report, “Stumping For Jobs,” 9/29/2003
  • Financial Times, “Working poor continue to walk the line,” 6/26/2003
  • Tooling & Production, “Manufacturing survivors: capital investment is their lifeline.”, by Mike Whitney, 6/1/2003
  • SMARTMONEY.COM: “Consumer Action: Building A Financiall Bunker,” 3/17/2003
  • Wall Street Journal, "Why New Plants Are Vulnerable," by Clare Ansberry 3/3/03
  • Boston Globe, "Dartmouth's Andrew Bernard on wars' effect on inflation," by Jeffrey Krasner 2/16/03
  • Gannet News Service, "College A Must for Future Blue-Collar Workers," by Raju Chebium 11/20/02
  • Business Week, "Why The Wage Gap Widened," by Gene Koretz 10/25/99
  • Business Week, "Why Exporting Nations Thrive," by Gene Koretz 10/4/99
  • CNNfn, "Politicizing Global Trade," by Nicole Jacoby 3/5/99
  • Seoul Economic Daily Interview, 3/1/99
  • USA Today "Cheap Imports Propel Trade Deficit Past 11 Year Record," By James Cox 2/19/99
  • Futures World News "Resurgent U.S. Protectionism Seen as Unlikely," By Michael S. Derby 10/14/98
  • ABC News Online "Chat with the Expert," 10/5/98
  • San Francisco Chronicle, "IMF Meets Today -- Seeks Answers", by Carolyn Lockhead, 9/30/98
  • Washington Post, "Misery, but Not a Meltdown?" by Ann Swardson, 9/2/98
  • Nikkei, "Interview with Pr. Andrew B. Bernard," 7/14/98
  • Fortune, "The Looming Export Slump, Thanks Asia," by Kim Clark, 7/6/98
  • Financial Times, "Foreign Money for U.S. Business Slows," by Richard Waters, 6/11/98
  • Wall Street Journal, "Exporters in U.S. Confront a New Reality," by Michael Phillips, 4/28/1998
  • Business Week, Economic Trends, "Will Asian Woes Tar U.S. Profits," By Mike McNamee, 4/27/1998
  • The Journal of Commerce, "The Virtue of Exporting," editorial, 1/19/98
  • National Journal, Business Week, Business Week, 10/28/96
  • Fortune, "Playing the Numbers Game," by Bruce Stokes, commentary, 10/4/97
  • "So You Think the World is Your Oyster," By Christopher Farrell, 6/9/1997
  • "New key to economic survival: Coping with uncertainty," by Michael J. Mandel
  • "Strategies for the new export boom," by Rob Norton, 08/22/94
  • Olympic Medal Predictions 2008: NBC, NPR, BBC, NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Slate.com, Reuters, and 30+ others
  • Olympic Medal Predictions 2004: CNN, ESPN, MSNBC, NPR, BBC, NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Economist, AP, Reuters, and 70+ others
  • Olympic Medal Predictions 2000: ABC, NPR, BBC, NY Times, Financial Times, Economist, AP, Reuters, and 50+ others