Tariff take-home: expect ramifications

Assistant professor of international relations and politics, Christopher Mitchell

Tariffs in the age of global trade have complex ramifications which will be widely felt, said Christopher Mitchell, assistant professor of international relations and politics, on WGBY’s Connecting Point.

“Tariffs are much more disruptive now because you’re disrupting production chains as opposed to just raising or lowering the price of goods,” he said.

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