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51. The Expert vs. the Algorithm: Gary Klein on Decision-Making in Healthcare

Health

12/18/2018Audio/Video
Doctors are increasingly asked to follow decision rules, guidelines, and “evidence-based” algorithms. Is that the right approach to take care of patients? Are cognitive errors over-emphasized in healthcare?
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100 Percent Reserve Banking and the Path to a Single-Country Gold Standard

Gold StandardInterventionismMoney and Banking

12/18/2018Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
A look at the detrimental consequences of fractional reserve banking and outline its abolition before a viable gold standard can be established.
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50. Thieves of Virtue: How Bioethics Stole Medicine

Health

12/13/2018Audio/Video
Are bioethicists too complacent about their grasp of economics? A fascinating discussion with Dr. Tom Koch.
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49. Why Are We Insuring Primary Care? Lee Gross on the DPC Movement

Health

12/09/2018Audio/Video
Dr. Lee Gross is a pioneer in the most hopeful trend in health care today: the Direct Primary Care movement.
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48. Many Statisticians, Many Answers: The Methodological Factor in the Replication Crisis

Health

12/05/2018Audio/Video
Can scientists step into the same data pool and obtain the same research results twice?
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How Privatized Neighborhoods Could Make Trick-or-Treating Even Better

U.S. History

Blog10/31/2018

Not every neighborhood resident likes the trick-or-treat tradition of Halloween. But an answer can be found in a better adherence to property rights.

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Austrian Economics and the Transaction Cost Approach to the Firm

Calculation and KnowledgeEntrepreneurshipProduction Theory

10/26/2018Libertarian Papers
Why are there many firms in the world, and not just one, big mega-corporation? The answer lies in the problem of calculating costs and prices.
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