Episode 495: Should The U.S. Have An Industrial Policy?

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Rosemary Coates, Founder and Executive Director of The Reshoring Institute discusses situations where the U.S. needs to have an industrial policy, which has been brought to the forefront because of the Covid-19 Pandemic and even counterfeits in the medical supply chain. Is the treatment or the cure really Made in America?

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Rosemary Coates is the Founder and Executive Director of the Reshoring Institute
Rosemary Coates, Founder and Executive Director of the Reshoring Institute

Our Guest

Rosemary Coates is the Founder and Executive Director of the Reshoring Institute, (ReshoringInstitute.com) a 501c3 Non-Profit collaboration with nine universities across the U.S. She is also the President of Blue Silk Consulting, a Global Supply Chain consultancy (www.BlueSilkConsulting.com. She is an Amazon.com Best Selling author with 5 global supply chain books including: “The Reshoring Guidebook,” and “Legal Blacksmith – How to Avoid and Defend Supply Chain Disputes.” Ms. Coates earned an MBA from the University of San Diego and a BS in Business Logistics from Arizona State University. She has been a management consultant for 25 years, helping over 80 global supply chain clients. She serves on the Board of Directors of Kinetic River and the University of San Diego Supply Chain Management Institute and teaches Global Supply Chain Strategy at UC Berkeley.

Author of  42 Rules for Sourcing and Manufacturing in China (a Best Seller at Amazon.com)

and Negotiation Blueprinting for Buyers

and 42 Rules for Superior Field Service

and The Reshoring Guidebook

and Legal Blacksmith – How to Avoid and Defend Supply Chain Disputes