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Dale Steinreich

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Dale Steinreich is an economist and an Associated Scholar of the Mises Institute.

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Has "Market Failure" Caused High Health-Care Prices?

HealthPolitical Theory

Blog12/12/2016

The health-care industry is a labyrinth of government regulations and monopolies. It should surprise no one that prices are increasing rapidly.

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Did Free Markets Cause the Flint, Michigan Water Disaster?

Taxes and SpendingU.S. HistoryInterventionism

03/01/2016Mises Wire
Municipal waterworks are government-run and government-owned, and generally an extension of local governments. But, bizarrely, when something goes wrong, it's somehow the fault of the private marketplace.
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Review of Risky Business: Insurance Markets and Regulation by Lawrence S. Powell, ed.

Health

08/26/2015Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
The primary purpose of this publication is to provide clear information and supporting evidence about choices in insurance regulation in a format that is accessible and meaningful to policymakers and consumers.
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A Capitalist Christmas

Free MarketsMedia and Culture

12/25/2014Mises Daily Articles
Christmas is the most pro-capitalist of all holidays because its worldly joys are based on private property, voluntary exchange, and mutual benefit. It's also one of the least political of all major holidays.
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Welfare and Old Age in Europe and North America, edited by Bernard Harris

HealthU.S. History

08/21/2014Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Welfare and Old Age in Europe and North America is a fascinating account of the rise of the welfare state in continental Europe and the U.K. The inclusion of North America in its title is misleading because it certainly does not discuss the mutual-aid-to-welfare-state transitions of Canada or...
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