Jan 11, 2019 // Highlights research by Teresa Fort, associate professor of business administration, and coauthors Justin Pierce and Peter Schott, in an article about the impact that competition from China has had on United States industry.
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May 14, 2018 // Continued coverage of comments by Teresa Fort regarding the widespread impact of recent tariffs.
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May 14, 2018 // Quotes Teresa Fort in an article about the attempts of U.S. companies affected by recent tariffs to secure exemptions that would help them avoid higher material costs.
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Oct 16, 2016 // "International trade is unlikely to be the main cause of the aggregate decline in U.S. manufacturing employment," Fort said. "But it has negatively affected workers in certain industries and areas that were displaced by foreign production."
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Apr 14, 2016 // Pol Antràs, Teresa Fort, and Felix Tintelnot study the implications of a hypothetical 100 percent increase in China's sourcing potential, such as could be produced by a reduction in bilateral trade costs between the U.S. and China.
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Mar 14, 2016 // Mentions the paper, “How Firms Respond to Business Cycles: The Role of Firm Age and Firm Size,” co-authored by Teresa Fort, which finds that young companies were disproportionately affected during the 2006-2009 financial crisis, but still remained a positive source of net employment growth.
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May 11, 2015 // Teresa Fort was a guest on Baltimore NPR station WYPR's Midday with Dan Rodricks to discuss the current manufacturing landscape in the U.S.
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Aug 21, 2014 // Teresa Fort discusses how the rise of the robot may change the face of the workforce.
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Aug 20, 2014 // Teresa Fort and co-authors attempt to explain why young, small businesses were hit especially hard in the Great Recession.
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Mar 21, 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."
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Sep 05, 2013 // In a new paper, two economists point out that nowadays there are lots of companies in the United States that aren’t counted as manufacturing by the government but are still heavily involved in the manufacturing of goods.
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No Huge Impact on New York from NAFTA Politifact, October 2016
Are Advances in Communication Driving Jobs Overseas? Tuck Forum, Spring 2013.
Teresa Fort, Economics PhD graduate, named as a recipient of the University of Maryland Distinguished Dissertation Award, University of Maryland Economics Department.