In the latest issue of Health Care News, John Dale Dunn reviews Arnold Kling’s book Crisis of Abundance. Dunn is a professor of emergency medicine at CR Darnall Army Medical Center in Fort Hood, Texas. He writes:
Arnold Kling is a lucid writer and down‐to‐earth Ph.D. economist from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Really.
…Kling concludes with policy ideas born of intelligent analysis and economic expertise…He suggests consumer‐oriented, market‐based, rational solutions that deal with the limits and benefits of both public policy and free‐market health insurance and health care…
Not bad for a professor from MIT. When dealing with those, I usually need a translator by my side. Not this time.