In the Media

What's the G-7? An International Economist Explains

Jun 11, 2021 // An article by Emily Blanchard on the origin and relevance of the Group of Seven, an informal group of powerful democracies that includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
View at The Conversation

U.S. Aims to Get China Out of the Supply Chain—And More Allies into It

Jun 08, 2012 // Quotes Emily Blanchard in a piece about the Biden administration’s efforts to revamp the United States’ supply chain by including more allies like South Korea, Japan, and countries throughout Europe.
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Manufacturing Delays Mean Retailers May Consider Raising Prices

Jun 03, 2021 // Features Emily Blanchard in a piece examining the potential ripple effect of delays and material shortages faced by manufacturers. Blanchard says that retailers are likely trying to anticipate whether their costs will rise as a result.
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World’s Poorest Nations Need International Support, Experts Tell Preparatory Committee, as E-commerce, Global Market Access Take Centre Stage

May 27, 2021 // Features Emily Blanchard in an article highlighting a panel discussion at the 5th United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC5).
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‘A Big and Heavy Lift’: Biden Plans Infrastructure Spending Spree

Mar 31, 2021 // “When we talk about the competitive position of the United States going into the next decade, the next half-century, public investment is critically important,” Emily Blanchard says in an article about President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan.
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Global Supply Chains in the Era of COVID-19

Mar 31, 2021 // Emily Blanchard joins the Council on Foreign Relations to examine the vulnerabilities in global supply chains exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, resiliency options such as supplier diversification, reshoring critical industries, and stockpiling vital supplies, and the effect of such steps on international trade.
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Infrastructure Plan Would Invest in U.S. Ports

Mar 31, 2021 // Features Emily Blanchard in a piece about how the United States’ proposed infrastructure plan would benefit ports around the country, including creating jobs throughout the entire supply chain
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Could Pandemic Shocks Delay Tri-State Rebound?

Nov 12, 2020 // “COVID has accelerated a bunch of trends that were already there,” Emily Blanchard says in an article about how the coronavirus pandemic will impact businesses in Ohio.
View at WCPO

August’s Trade Gap Was the Biggest in 14 Years. That’s Probably Good News

Oct 06, 2020 // Quotes Emily Blanchard in a piece about the United States’ trade gap, which recently widened to its highest level in 14 years. Blanchard says the increase could be a good sign. “It’s a sign of rising consumer confidence, and it’s a sign that firms are buying imported inputs that they may need to produce things that wil
View at Marketplace

‘Contagious Pessimism’ Hitting Recovery, Warns Bank of England Economist

Sep 30, 2020 // Continued coverage of comments by Emily Blanchard regarding the pandemic’s impact on global value chains. Blanchard says the extent of the pandemic’s impact will depend on whether governments impose large-scale trade-restrictive policies in its wake.
View at Financial Times

Coronavirus-Induced ‘Reshoring’ Is Not Happening

Sep 29, 2020 // Quotes Emily Blanchard in an article about the pandemic’s impact on global value chains. “
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Trump and Biden both vow to reduce reliance on China, but methods will be ‘night and day

Sep 17, 2020 // “I agree that both [Biden and Trump] talk about increasing manufacturing employment in the US and increasing resilience to global shocks, including those foremost in voters’ minds, like Covid-19,” says Emily Blanchard.
View at South China Morning Post

The Pandemic Isn’t Bringing Back Factory Jobs, at Least Not Yet

Jul 22, 2020 // Quotes Emily Blanchard in an article exploring the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on American manufacturing.
View at The New York Times

Companies May Move Supply Chains Out of China, but Not Necessarily to the U.S.

Jul 22, 2020 // Continued coverage of comments by Emily Blanchard examining the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on global supply chains and American manufacturing.
View at The New York Times

COVID-19 Stirs Questions about Medical Supply Chains

Mar 26, 2020 // “What can we as humanity do to make our supply chains of medical products more resilient?” asks Emily Blanchard in a piece about how COVID-19 has raised concerns about medical supply chains.
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Business School Research with Social Impact

Feb 23, 2020 // Highlights research by Erin Mansur and Emily Blanchard among the top 100 business school studies with social impact in the last five years, accounting for references ranging from academic citations to policy documents, social media posts, and more.
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Trump Administration Doubles Down on Threat to Impose Auto Tariffs

Jan 22, 2020 // Quotes Emily Blanchard in a piece about the Trump administration potentially imposing tariffs on automobile imports. Blanchard says the administration’s argument focuses on national security.
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The Trade War and US Elections

Dec 20, 2019 // A podcast episode with Emily Blanchard about recent research estimating the impact of the trade war on the 2018 midterm elections.
View at Trade Talks

Who Is Winning the Trade War?

Dec 16, 2019 // “Evidence to date suggests that U.S. firms and consumers have paid a steep economic price, but I suspect the geopolitical costs will be far greater,” Emily Blanchard says in an article collecting numerous thought leaders to debate whether the trade war has hurt the United States more than it has hurt China.
View at Foreign Affairs

U.S. and Chinese Trade Negotiators Planning for Delay of December Tariffs

Dec 10, 2019 // An article about ongoing trade talks between the U.S. and China highlights a study by Emily Blanchard, Davin Chor, and coauthor Chad Bown examining how trade turmoil impacted the 2018 midterm elections. The study estimates that Republicans lost as many as five Congressional elections due to the trade war.
View at The Wall Street Journal