Supply-chain shock raises risk of more volatile economic cycles

The writer is co-founder of Absolute Strategy Research

The world is witnessing probably the biggest shock to supply chains since British logistics consultant Keith Oliver is thought to have first coined the term in 1982.

If companies respond by raising inventory levels to ensure they have adequate stocks of materials, then we should start to prepare ourselves for more volatile business cycles.…

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