Risk & Insurance, an online business journal, recently interviewed ISM Professor Jack Hampton in an article titled “U.S. Economic Nationalism.” Here, Professor Hampton discusses tariffs, trade and supply chains, the complexity of international trade and manufacturing, and their effects on American companies. “Even if you walk into your local barber shop, you’ll look around and notice how many products in there come from overseas. It’s not just big companies that will be impacted by trade restrictions. Smaller, local businesses will suffer most.” To read the article, go to http://riskandinsurance.com/u-s-economic-nationalism/.

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