To say that the city of Baltimore is in trouble is not exactly breaking news. It’s a long-term reality, aRead more
Les Cohen is a long-term Marylander, having grown up in Annapolis. Professionally, he writes and edits materials for business and political clients from his base of operations in Columbia, Maryland. He has a Ph.D. in Economics.
The prices of consumer products have gone up, some more so than others, because of issues in their respective submarkets. In a world of microeconomics, national, indiscriminate, macroeconomic monetary policy is a gross instrument with limited power. It’s the dumb bomb when what we need are precisely targeted policies capable of dealing delicately, but nonetheless effectively with highly variable, complex market relationships with minimum side effects.Read more