This book focuses on the process of competition in our private health insurance market and its effects on the cost of care and access to insurance coverage.
This book is the first systematic study of the use and effectiveness of the antitrust consent decree in the federal enforcement of antitrust laws.
While arguing for greater national uniformity in taxation in the US, the author recognises that diversity in policy should reflect varying local preferences and preserve competition between state and local governments for business and residents.
A college education has been the key to higher real wages and living standards. But as college enrollment has increased, so has the difficulty in paying for higher education.
Few realize how bad the federal government´s finances are, because most evaluations are based on what happened in the past--not what is likely to happen in the future.
Freedom Feminism: Its Surprising History and Why It Matters Today
This book tells how the Bill of Rights was amended to the Constitution and explains how that addition completed the Constitution by clarifying the status of the American people.
Global Budgets Versus Competitive Cost-Control Strategies
Six articles contribute to the attention on the U.S. Postal Service in response to advances in telecommunications and communications and new thinking about regulated industries.
This monograph describes the origins of consumer class actions and analyzes their theoretical and practical problems.