Caveat Emptor in Health Care
Bonita A. Wlodkowski's review essay of The Economics and Politics of Health and A New Approach to the Economics of Health Care discusses the performance of regulatory policies in controlling health care costs. She also critically appraises the theoretical and current political appeal of market-oriented approaches to health care cost containment.
The Social Gamble: Determining Acceptable Levels of Air Quality, Richard J. Tobin Reviewed by Bonita A. Wlodkowski
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North Korea and the West
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