Radcliffe weighs in on coronavirus price gouging in USA Today

Dana Radcliffe"It’s not a textbook economic transaction with a willing seller and a willing buyer," says Dana Radcliffe, adjunct professor of public administration and international affairs. "One party has all the power because the other person is in a vulnerable situation of sometimes desperate need." Radcliffe was interviewed for the USA Today article "Gouge much? Purell for $149, face masks for $20: Coronavirus price hikes are making everyone mad." 03/04/20