Monday, September 10, 2007

Robin Hanson over at Cato Unbound

Robin Hanson, GMU Economist and prediction markets advocate, is blogging health care over at Cato Unbound (which is similar in format to TPM Cafe). I haven't read Hanson's lead essay, yet, but will be blogging it later. You could essentially sum up his views on health care accordingly: A lot of our health care expenditures (in his view half) do not result in a greater health outcome, thus, we should pursue policies that reduce our expenditures by the amount expended on wasteful procedures in order to free up resources for other health or utility gains.

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