Daniel M. Ogden, J.D. is a research fellow with the Institute for Policy Innovation and lecturer in international relations at Baylor University.
In the face of a threatened freight rail strike, just as the country is pulling out of supply chain problems, IPI records a special timely podcast episode with experts on the issue: Daniel Ogden, Professor of Global Trade and Supply Chain at Baylor University, and Jerry Glass of F+H Solutions Group, a management and labor consulting organization. Why is a strike threatened? Are the unions being reasonable? What can the Biden administration or Congress do? And how much damage to the economy might result from a strike? With the able assistance of IPI Resident Scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews and IPI President Tom Giovanetti.
Research Fellow Professor Daniel Ogden talks with IPI President Tom Giovanetti about “geoeconomics,” or how countries pursue their interests not through military or diplomacy, but through economic means.
Ukraine, Russia, China oh my! So much for the “end of history.” IPI President Tom Giovanetti, Resident Scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews, and new Research Fellow Professor Daniel Ogden discuss the threats to the international order and U.S. responses. Link to Prof. Ogden’s recent paper for IPI on these topics to be found in the show notes.
Lots of chatter lately about supply chain problems, so the Institute for Policy Innovation is proud to host Research Fellow Prof. Daniel Ogden, (among other things) Adjunct Instructor of International Business at Baylor University, to explain the basics. In conversation with IPI President Tom Giovanetti and Resident Scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews.
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