Just in time? Fixing supply chain vulnerabilities


June 18, 2024, 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM EDT
Virtual Event

Peter S. Goodman (New York Times), Mary E. Lovely (PIIE), Falan Yinug (Qualcomm Inc.), Adam S. Posen (PIIE)

Event Summary

The Peterson Institute for International Economics hosts a panel on new perspectives on how global supply chains evolved, why vulnerabilities emerge and remain, and what more resilient supply chains actually would entail.

Peter S. Goodman, New York Times global economics correspondent, presents his new book How the World Ran Out of Everything, tracing the shipping industry from China to the United States. Mary E. Lovely, Anthony M. Solomon Senior Fellow at PIIE, presents new insights from her ongoing research on global supply chains.  Falan Yinug, director of economic strategy, Qualcomm, Inc., provides a global business and high-tech perspective. A Q&A session with the audience moderated by PIIE president Adam S. Posen follows.


Peter S. Goodman 
Global Economics Correspondent, New York Times

Mary E. Lovely 
Anthony M. Solomon Senior Fellow, PIIE

Falan Yinug 
Director of Economic Strategy, Qualcomm Inc.


Adam S. Posen 
President, PIIE