Neil Irwin The graph Neil embedded in the post doesn't quite do his argument justice. See below for the same data, but zoomed. http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/graph/?g=oHn&dbeta=1 <iframe src="//research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/graph/graph-landing.php?dbe...
Robert Shiller "The advance of behavioral economics is not fundamentally in conflict with mathematical economics, as some seem to think, though it may well be in conflict with some currently fashionable mathematical economic models."
Greg Mankiw asks "Is Community rating fair?" His contention seems to be that the market has deemed that people with different health risks should pay more for health insurance, much in the way that the market has deemed that people who are statistically mor...
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