From delayed home improvement projects to the sudden scarcity of baby formula, supply chain shortages caused or exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic have become a common answer to why we currently cannot have something right away and at a sensible price. However, the baby formula shortage is just the most recent crisis that has exposed the systemic failures in American life-critical product supply chains, said Jacqueline Griffin and Özlem Ergun, Northeastern industrial engineers and researchers of supply chains resiliency.
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