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.