- Fighting Facial Recognition Software with Fashion December 16, 2013
- Thomas Pynchon’s New Novel, Anarcho-Capitalism, and Insurance Companies December 15, 2013
- A Note on Ezra Klein and Republican Health Care Hypocrisy December 14, 2013
- Support for the ACA Steady Overall, but Falling Among Uninsured December 13, 2013
- Caricaturing the Religious Opt-Out for the Affordable Care Act December 10, 2013
- Consider Health Care’s Opportunity Costs | Hamsterdam Economics on New HA Study Finds Privately Insured Enjoy Higher Quality of Care than Medicare Beneficiaries
- johnbessa on Krugman v. Rothbard on Hoarding
- Nopretense H on Is Rand Bashing Misguided?
- Nicholas Kristof’s Appeal to Emotion and the ACA | Hamsterdam Economics on Does the U.S. REALLY Spend Twice as Much for the Same Quality Health Care?
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Tag Archives: health care
This past Thursday, Ezra Klein published an article in which he chastised Republicans for what he perceives to be hypocrisy when it comes to health policy. Klein pointed out that Republicans have been criticizing President Obama’s Affordable Care Act on … Continue reading
Hello all, and welcome back to HDE after the holidays. Travel and playing catch-up have kept me from posting over the course of the past week, but I’ve got plenty to blog about in the near future. Along those lines, … Continue reading
Last month, an Oregon news station reported on a Chicagoan named George Law, who is unable to afford health insurance. Law was in need of a colonoscopy but could not afford to pay the going $3,500 rate he found in … Continue reading
Earlier today, while I was eagerly awaiting the penultimate episode of Breaking Bad, I stumbled across a blog post on the subject from Glen Whitman of the Agoraphilia blog. Whitman takes issue with the argument–propagated through various memes as well …
Paul Krugman posts that it’s silly to hold Switzerland up as a paragon of the free market in health care, since (a) elements of the Swiss health industry mimic Obamacare, and (b) Switzerland has the second highest health care cost …