Regulation, Risk, and the Affordable Care Act

Regulation, Risk, and the Affordable Care Act

 

A crucial but insufficiently discussed aspect of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a ban on the use of pre-existing conditions for the pricing of health insurance contracts. Pierre-André Chiappori considers the implications of the new regulation, both in its ethical and in its economic dimensions.

This video is part of our Economics Amplified podcast series, which can be found on YouTubeiTunes and MindOnline.