(Wall Street Journal) Jason Fodeman and Robert Book from The Heritage Foundation explain that the main problem with health care is a pricing system that insulates both patients and producers from normal market incentives.
Are non-profits in healthcare more efficient?
(Goldwater Institute) With the possible exception of education, perhaps nowhere is the notion of profit more widely condemned than in health care. Economic principles and econometric studies indicate that for profit health careRead More
High-risk pools better for insured
One of the key issues in the health care reform debate is how to guarantee the uninsured, and especially those with a pre-existing medical condition, have access to affordable health insurance coverage.
APF presents before Muni Budget Group
Alaska Policy Forum Research Fellow Bob Griffin presented before a budget working group for the Municipality of Anchorage on ways the Anchorage School District can improve its performance.
ASD: Competition, not spending
For those who seek a better value education (better results at a lower cost) in Anchorage, policies with proven results are the only ones that should be considered. The facts show that more financial resources will not increase student achievement and lower dropout rates. Unfortunately, this failed policy assumption is the current strategy of the Anchorage School District.
Better Education Value for Anchorage
Recommendations for a fiscally responsible budget.