Associate Editor

Dante Ramos

Ramos is a columnist on the Op-Ed page. He previously served as deputy editorial page editor and was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2014 for his editorials on how cultural restrictions limit Boston’s economic vitality. Before joining the Globe in 2006, he was a reporter, opinion writer, and editor at The Times-Picayune in New Orleans.

Latest stories

DANTE RAMOS

Cuba embargo is Washington’s failed app

By , Globe Columnist

Unlike FarmVille or Yo, Embargo never had to get by on its actual merits.

DANTE RAMOS

Rage against the scheduling machine

By , Globe Columnist

Relying on faceless algorithms makes it easier for employers to casually jerk workers around.

Dante Ramos

Democrats still paying for health care reform

By , Globe columnist

Today’s headaches could have been avoided had they passed a health reform law in a swift, deliberate way in 2009.

DANTE RAMOS

Marty Walsh goes up against boring architecture

By , Globe Columnist

Mayor Walsh is widely assumed to have a stealth pro-development agenda, and remarks Wednesday made that explicit.