Competition is critical to an economy’s vitality. Without it, free markets cease to be free. Is this now happening?
Joshua Feinman is the former Chief Global Economist for Deutsche Asset Management, where he provided analysis of global macroeconomic trends and their implications for financial markets to the firm's portfolio managers and clients around the world. He also was an Economist at Bankers Trust, and at the Federal Reserve Board. He holds a BA in Economics from Johns Hopkins University, and a Ph.D in Economics from Brown University. He currently teaches economics at Johns Hopkins University.