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The Economists' Voice 2. 0 : The Financial Crisis, Health Care Reform, and More.

Author: Aaron S Edlin; Joseph E Stiglitz
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press Nov. 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This title gathers essays originally published in the Economist's Voice, a nonpartisan online journal, so that students and general readers can gain a deeper understanding of the financial developments shaping their world.

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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Aaron S Edlin; Joseph E Stiglitz
ISBN: 9780231160155 0231160151
OCLC Number: 1055367996
Target Audience: Scholarly & Professional; 17
Description: 1 online resource (280 pages)
Contents: Part I: Health Care Reform 1 The Health Care Reform Legislation: An Overview, by Chapin White 2 The Simple Economics of Health Reform, by David M. Cutler 3 The Economics, Opportunities, and Challenges of Health Insurance Exchanges, by Mark G. Duggan and Robert Kocher 4 Can the ACA Improve Population Health?, by Dana P. Goldman and Darius N. Lakdawalla 5 Systemic Reform of Health Care Delivery and Payment, by Henry J. Aaron 6 How Stable Are Insurance Subsidies in Health Reform?, by Mark V. Pauly Part II: Financial Market Regulatory Reform 7 Financial Regulatory Reform: The Politics of Denial, by Richard A. Posner 8 Government Guarantees: Why the Genie Needs to Be Put Back in the Bottle, by Viral V. Acharya and Matthew Richardson 9 How Little We Know: The Challenges of Financial Reform, by Russell Roberts 10 Finding the Sweet Spot for Effective Regulation, by R. Glenn Hubbard 11 A Recipe for Ratings Reform, by Charles W. Calomiris 12 Should Banker Pay Be Regulated, by Steven N. Kaplan 13 Fixing Bankers' Pay, by Lucian A. Bebchuk 14 It Works for Mergers, by Aaron S. Edlin and Richard J. Gilbert Part III: Financial Crisis and Bailouts 15 Hedge Fund Wizards, by Dean P. Foster and H. Peyton Young 16 Investment Banking Regulation After Bear Stearns, by Dwight M. Jaffee and Mark Perlow 17 Why Paulson Is Wrong, by Luigi Zingales 18 Dr. StrangeLoan: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Financial Collapse, by Aaron S. Edlin 19 Questioning the Treasury's $700 Billion Blank Check: An Open Letter to Secretary Paulson, by Aaron S. Edlin 20 Auction Design Critical for Rescue Plan, by Lawrence M. Ausubel and Peter Cramton 21 A Better Plan for Addressing the Financial Crisis, by Lucian A. Bebchuk 22 Please Think This Over, by Edward E. Leamer 23 Is Macroeconomics Off Track?, by Casey B. Mulligan 24 If It Were a Fight, by Robert J. Barbera 25 Comment on Barbera: Your Gift Will Make You Rich, by Casey B. Mulligan Part IV: Innovations in Policy and Business 26 Pension Security Bonds: A New Plan to Address the State Pension Crisis, by Joshua Rauh and Robert Novy-Marx 27 Carbon Taxes to Move toward Fiscal Sustainability, by William D. Nordhaus 28 Net Neutrality Is Bad Broadband Regulation, by Robert E. Litan and Hal J. Singer 29 Trills Instead of T-Bills: It's Time to Replace Part of Government Debt with Shares in GDP, by Mark J. Kamstra and Robert J. Shiller 30 The Google Book Settlement: Real Magic or a Trick?, by Pamela Samuelson 31 The Stakes in the Google Book Search Settlement, by Paul N. Courant 32 The NFL Should Auction Possession in Overtime Games, by Yeon-Koo Che and Terrence Hendershott

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This title gathers essays originally published in the Economist's Voice, a nonpartisan online journal, so that students and general readers can gain a deeper understanding of the financial developments shaping their world.

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