Craig Seidelson publishes article exploring US-China relations
Craig Seidelson, assistant professor of supply chain management, published a peer-reviewed article in the East Asia Forum, “Recalibrating US-China relations.”
The US trade deficit in goods with China hit a record US$418 billion in 2018. Politicians, pundits and media outlets have been quick to blame China for unfair trading practices keeping the United States from becoming ‘great again’. The truth is far less palatable. The future of US industry depends on finding ways to profit from China’s rise, a fact that the United States is yet to fully come to grips with. Acceptance of reality has been a major weakness in US-China trade policy.
Seidelson also provided insight for a Credit Donkey story about small businesses.