The US pays roughly twice as much per person for healthcare as other wealthy nations. Yet Americans are in worse health. A group of leading health economists, physicians, and hospital administrators help explain the system’s striking inefficiencies and the difficult choices presented by reform.
Insights / Podcast episode•Jun 16, 2021
Vaccine Lotteries: Worth a Shot?
Eduardo Porter, Tess Vigeland, Steve Levitt, Jeff Severts
More than a dozen states have announced large lotteries to incentivize vaccinations. On this episode,...
Insights / Podcast episode•Apr 07, 2021
WFH … Forever?
Eduardo Porter, Tess Vigeland, Steven J. Davis, Kate Lister
The pandemic forced many Americans into a mass social experiment: working from home (WFH). Now,...
Topics: COVID-19, Employment & Wages