In this Policy Analysis, Roger Pilon writes that as pharmaceuticals play a growing role in medical practice, drug prices in America soar far beyond prices in the rest of the world.
In this Policy Analysis, the author argues that the federal government’s swing from budget surpluses to budget deficits has raised concerns about possible negative economic effects.
In this Policy Analysis, Neal McCluskey writes that since the 1965 passage of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, which concentrated unprecedented authority over American education in the h
With extravagant claims and great fanfare, the acid-rain pollution-trading system was installad with the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments.
This article in Consumers' Research notes that doctors are quitting and hospitals are cutting services because the liability insurance is too expensive.
In this article in Regulation, Frech writes that competition in health care helps, rather than harms the industry.
In this article in Regulation, this single article cannot begin to explore the causal lattice work behind all of the disenchanting changes in the American health care system.
The author, a professor of economics at UCLA, examines changes in air quality in California from 1980 to 1998 and attempts to discern who paid and who benefited. He concludes:
This article in Regulation magazine addresses the growing list of people who have no health insurance coverage. Of the developed nations, the U.S.