To Wipe or Not to Wipe: Flushing Out the Toilet Paper Crisis of 2020

Empty shelves in the toilet paper aisle

A surprising consequence of the hysteria that has accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic has been the global shortage of toilet paper. In this webinar, Murugan Anandarajan, PhD, Professor of Management Information Systems; Department Head of Management and Decision Sciences & MIS; and Academic Director of the Dornsife Office for Experiential Learning, will flush out the impact of the toilet paper supply chain crisis, and discuss how such shortages can be prevented in the future.

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