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Can 12th-Century Medicine Save 21st-Century Health Care?

Health

05/23/2019Audio/Video
Accad and Koka interview Dr. Victoria Sweet, author of the best-sellers God’s Hotel and Slow Medicine , two of the most important books on medicine in recent times.
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Can We Have a Reasonable Discussion About Vaccines?

Health

04/22/2019Audio/Video
Are public health concerns about unvaccinated children sufficient to trump individual liberty? Accad and Koka interview Dr. Niran Al-Aqba, a board-certified pediatrician in Washington State.
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Conservative Means to Progressive Ends? Avik Roy on Healthcare

Health

04/12/2019Audio/Video
Is there a conservative path to universal healthcare? Avik Roy certainly believes so.
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College Admissions Scandal: More Meddling by the Feds

03/13/2019Power & Market
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Cardiology Health Policy: The Clinicians Strike Back

Health

02/28/2019Audio/Video
Dr. Rishi Wadhera on how rigorous science can put healthcare policy under scrutiny and show that the wisdom of the wonks frequently falls short.
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Cost Sharing: Paying for Healthcare in an Ethical and Sustainable Way

Health

02/18/2019Audio/Video
Can we ever go back to a time when communities took care of the medical needs of their members without the intervention of governments and without the corrupting influence of health insurance? Accad and Koka interview Dale Bellis, founder of Liberty Healthshare.
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Central Planning Failed in the USSR, but Central Banks Have Revived It

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog09/19/2018

When I left Soviet Russia in 1991, I thought I would never see a command-and-control economy again. I was wrong. Over the past decade the global economy has started to resemble one.

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Competition and Monopoly

Monopoly and Competition

02/09/2017Courses
This three-lecture course focuses on applications to business strategy, antitrust and regulation, and innovation from an Austrian perspective.
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