Price Gouging: At the Intersection of Emotions, Ethics, and Economics

Michael Giberson Usually, with annual Spring price increases, we hear the perennial allegations of gasoline price gouging from politicians. Despite all the talk about high gasoline prices, there hasn’t been a lot of talk about price gouging this year. The precise meaning of the term “price gouging” is sometimes hard to pin down, but a … More Price Gouging: At the Intersection of Emotions, Ethics, and Economics

A Day in Savannah

Lynne Kiesling It’s spring break, and I’m escaping the course prep and house renovation load chez KP for a concert at the Savannah Music Festival. Just got back from a run, and I’ve got to say, Savannah is picturesque! Just beautiful in that distinctively Southern way. The weather’s gorgeous too. Now I’m off to prowl … More A Day in SavannahMore A Day in Savannah