Will Wilkinson on Paul Krugman

by Don Boudreaux on April 25, 2011

in Civil Society, Competition, Health, Myths and Fallacies

Agree with him or not (I nearly always do agree with him), the Economist‘s Will Wilkinson is unfailingly worth reading and pondering.  His latest essay is an excellent example.  It’s on Paul Krugman’s bizarre (at least for an economist) lamentation that many people think it good that health-care provision be consumer-driven – or, as Krugman describes it, that health-care provision be “more responsive to consumer choice”  (HT Tyler Cowen).


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