The Economists' Voice 2.0

The Economists' Voice 2.0

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The EconomistsA• Voice: Top Economists Take On TodayA•s Problems featured a core collection of accessible, timely essays on the challenges facing todayA•s global markets and financial institutions. The EconomistsA• Voice 2.0: The Financial Crisis, Health Care Reform, and More is the next installment in this popular series, gathering together the strongest essays published in The EconomistA•s Voice, a nonpartisan online journal, so that students and general readers can gain a deeper understanding of the financial developments shaping their world. This collection contains thirty-two essays written by academics, economists, presidential advisors, legal specialists, researchers, consultants, and policy makers. They tackle the plain economics and architecture of health care reform, its implications for society and the future of the health insurance industry, and the value of the health insurance subsidies and exchanges built into the law. They consider the effects of financial regulatory reform, the possibilities for ratings reform, and the issue of limiting bankersA• pay. An objective examination of the financial crisis and bank bailouts results in two indispensable essays on investment banking regulation after Bear Stearns and the positives and negatives of the Paulson/Bernanke bailout. Contributors weigh the merits of future rescues and suggest alternative strategies for addressing the next financial crisis. A final section examines a unique array of topics: the stability of pension security bonds; the value of a carbon tax, especially in fostering economic and environmental sustainability; the counterintuitive perils of net neutrality; the unforeseen consequences of government debt; the meaning of the Google book search settlement; and the unexploited possibilities for profit in NFL overtime games.The Financial Crisis, Health Care Reform, and More Aaron S. Edlin, Joseph E. Stiglitz. would materially affect insurance coverage, though a commitment to large subsidies is essential without a mandate. Insurers ... The trade-off for the insurers is that the ACA does not have a a€œpublic optiona€a€”a government- sponsored plananbsp;...

Title:The Economists' Voice 2.0
Author:Aaron S. Edlin, Joseph E. Stiglitz
Publisher:Columbia University Press - 2012-06-05


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