January 4, 2021
Firms Want to Adjust Supply Chains Post-Pandemic, but Changes Take Time (WSJ)

December 14, 2020
The Future of the U.S. National Stockpile Isn’t a Bigger Stockpile (Bloomberg)

November 30, 2020
The Race to Make Vials for Coronavirus Vaccines (NewYorker)

November 6, 2020
If One Leading Coronavirus Vaccine Works, Thank This Tiny Firm in Rural Austria (WSJ)

October 27, 2020
How the Virus Slowed the Booming Wind Energy Business (NYT)

October 14, 2020
Why It’s Still Hard to Find a Can of Corn (WSJ)

September 29, 2020
Japan Is Paying Firms to Make Things at Home. But China’s Pull Is Still Strong. (NYT)

September 4, 2020
Covid-19 Vaccine Race Turns Deep Freezers Into a Hot Commodity (WSJ)

September 1, 2020
Why Are There Still Not Enough Paper Towels? (WSJ)

August 11, 2020
Why Are Some Groceries Still So Hard to Find During Covid? (WSJ)

July 31, 2020
A Comprehensive COVID-19 Vaccine Plan: Efficient Manufacturing, Financing, and Distribution

July 31, 2020
The World’s Supply Chain Isn’t Ready for a Covid-19 Vaccine (Bloomberg)

June 26, 2020
Q&A: MIT Operations Researcher Talks COVID-19 Vaccination Hurdles

June 23, 2020
Building Resilient Supply Chains Won’t Be Easy

May 15, 2020
Dozens of coronavirus drugs are in development — what happens next? (Nature)

May 13, 2020
The global food supply chain is passing a severe test (Economist)

April 28, 2020
We Need a Stress Test for Critical Supply Chains (HBR)

April 27, 2020
What the Coronavirus Crisis Reveals About American Medicine (New Yorker)

April 22, 2020
Private companies address shortages for medical supplies, masks and sanitizer

April 21, 2020
New York Needed Ventilators. So They Developed One in a Month (NYT)