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Professor Kyle Handley explains why the proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports undermine economic stability.
Research by Professor Jordan I. Siegel and Professor Yujin Jeong of American University shows how documents released in South Korea bribery trials indicate when companies are more likely to offer bribes.
Research by Professor Kyle Handley shows that even threats of trade actions cause companies to hold back on investments.
Professor Ted London analyzes different strategies and how they impact children.
Research by Professor Yue Maggie Zhou shows a link between outsourcing production and lower emissions at home.
Professor Brian Wu, speaking to China Daily, explains how China’s globalizing manufacturing companies are critical to its long-term growth.