Gary Cohen

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Gary is a Clinical Professor of International Business, Global Trade and Supply Chain Management. He has served as the Associate Dean of Executive Programs and was the founding Academic Director of the Master of Science program in Supply Chain Management. Gary has led Undergraduate, MBA and Executive MBA Consulting Projects in the U.S., Europe, South America and Asia, and has served as an Executive Coach in the Executive MBA program.

The New Brick-and-Mortar

SMITH BRAIN TRUST  You could be forgiven for associating the phrase “brick-and-mortar” with an old way of selling things. But brick-and-mortar retailers increasingly are discovering how their physical stores can help them transform their supply chains, their image and better compete with the biggest rival in retail – Amazon.com.

Why the Bombardier Tariff May Not Be a Win for Anyone

At first blush, the U.S. Commerce Department's decision this week to slap a steep, 220 percent tariff on Bombardier Inc's C-Series jets probably looks like a win for the U.S. and its aerospace giant, Boeing Co. But tariffs don't really work like that, with a clear ledger of W's and L's, says the Smith School's Gary Cohen. "You have to look at the whole ecosystem," says Cohen. Read more...

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