PELOSI IS LEAVING OFFICE
WHY HEALTH CARE IS SO EXPENSIVE
The political economy of health reform: Price regulation vs. regulated competition
James C. Capretta | AEI Economic Perspectives | September 13, 2021
Increasing cost pressures in the commercial health care market
Benedic N. Ippolito | American Enterprise Institute
To improve the depressed cost efficiency in the commercial health care market, policymakers can deter future consolidation, expand markets of providers, and limit dominant providers’ ability to translate a lack of competition into high prices.
The experts somehow overlooked authoritarians on the left
Sally Satel | The Atlantic
An ideological monoculture in the discipline of psychology has damaged our collective understanding of political psychology — and, by extension, American politics.
Drug pricing: Policy and politics
Benedic N. Ippolito | Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics