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Elliott Morss | November 26th, 2015

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The Economics of Higher Education: Why Does It Cost So Much?

November 14th, 2015 |

We hear continually of how expensive it has become to go to college. The oft-mentioned alleged culprits are higher faculty salaries and a growing cadre of administrators. This is not the case. The article goes part of the way in explaining what has happened.Read More

More Fraud Is Coming in the Global Wine Industry

October 28th, 2015 |

There are a growing number of winemakers who buy rather than “farm” their wine. At the same time, wines from certain regions get a large price premium. Weather predictions for these regions are not good. Will it result in more fraud in the wine industry?Read More

Brazil – Whatever Happened? Is There a Silver Lining?

October 21st, 2015 |

Whatever happened to Brazil? This article addresses this question explores what happened to this BRIC country and looks to the future.Read More

Most Wine/Food Pairings Make No Sense: Towards A Meaningful New Format

October 11th, 2015 |

Nothing is learned from wine/food pairings as currently performed. The article offers a critique and suggests an improved format. Read More

Greece: A Little Good News, But….

September 29th, 2015 |

An agreement has been reached between Greece and the Eurozone. And the Greek people have re-elected the Prime Minister who supports the accord. Is this a reason for optimism?Read More