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Beating America’s Health-Care Monopolists: Fresh at Project Syndicate

J. Bradford DeLong and Michael M. DeLong: _[Beating America’s Health-Care Monopolists][1]_: BERKELEY – The United States’ Affordable Care Act (ACA), President Barack Obama’s signature 2010 health-care reform, has significantly increased the need for effective antitrust enforcement in health-insurance markets. Despite recent good news on this front, the odds remain stacked...
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