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Newswise: Monograph Suggests Moving Away From Government Policy Intervention During Economic Recession
Released: 14-Jan-2015 3:00 PM EST
Monograph Suggests Moving Away From Government Policy Intervention During Economic Recession
Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University

n a monograph recently published by the Institute of Economic Affairs, author Roger Koppl, professor of finance at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University, dissects the recent Great Recession in the United States and the prolonged economic slump that followed. In “From Crisis to Confidence: Macroeconomics After the Crash,” Koppl asserts that what may appear as market failure was actually the consequence of failed government policies. He makes a case for moving away from government command and control toward freer exchange.

Released: 26-Jul-2010 7:00 AM EDT
Whitman School Supply Chain Expert Sees Gaming as Companies Re-Build Inventories
Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University

A good sign for our economy is that companies are slowly beginning to rebuild inventory. But the recession walloped a number of suppliers—those that are still in business worked hard to reduce their inventory investments and free up capital and now don’t have the goods they once did to pass on to their clients.

Released: 21-Nov-2008 1:00 PM EST
Reinventing the Supply Chain
Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University

The industrial revolution was inherently flawed from a supply chain perspective" says Patrick Penfield, assistant professor of supply chain practice in the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University. "The U.S. supply chain processes in business have been developed on the basis of an inexhaustible supply of resources and a total disregard of waste products. We in essence have created a "˜disposable society.'

Released: 10-Sep-2008 7:00 AM EDT
Freddie Mac/Fannie Mae Take-Over Will Lead to Active Prime Market
Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University

A finance expert in the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University predicts an active prime market after the take-over of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae by the government.


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