Haley on China and supply chains, short graduate teaching case for Financial Times

As a renowned professor in her field, Usha Haley, Barton Distinguished Chair in International Business, was recently invited by the Financial Times to write a teaching case on supply chains, China, international trade and international business.

Financial Times cases are used widely in graduate and executive programs worldwide. Her short case on what United States-China tensions mean for technology companies is freely available and downloadable at the link below.

“Professor Usha Haley considers the supply problems faced by technology and electronics companies because of growing restrictions on US-China trade,” the case reads. “Readers are invited to read the article and linked stories and consider the questions raised at the end.”