I’m pleased to announce two recent economics-focused media hits that were especially gratifying given the (understandable) dominance of political news last week.
The first came in the Cleveland Plain Dealer, which quoted me in a terrific investigative piece on the stunningly different stories of manufacturing strength and overall prosperity in two different counties in Ohio. The article has also been syndicated in smaller papers all across the state.
The second came on Breitbart.com. Its economics editor, John Carney, cited my post on the midterm elections and results in the trade-dependent U.S. farm belt in a same-day (November 7) article on the same subject. OK, so this piece was kind of political.
And keep checking in with RealityChek for news of upcoming media appearances and other developments.