The results of wine tastings are following an increasingly similar pattern: one or two wines better or worse, but most indistinguishable. Why is this?
Graduated from Williams (B.A.) and Johns Hopkins (Ph.D.). Worked in 45 countries with IMF and as entrepreneur. Taught at Harvard, UMICH, Brandeis, and Univ. of Palermo in Buenos Aires.
Morss is a regular contributor to Seeking Alpha and Global Economic Intersection.