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The Response of Drug Expenditure to Contract Design in Medicare Part D

From Liran Einav, Amy Finkelstein, and Paul Schrimpf, We study the demand response to non-linear price schedules using data on insurance contacts and prescription drug claims in Medicare Part D. Consistent with static response of drug use to price, we document … Continue reading

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Interesting Links: Social Security Liabilities & Economics of the Drug War

Here are some links today of articles that I didn’t entirely agree with but which bring up some interesting points. 1. Social Security is (slightly) worse off than we think. They make some interesting points about problems with how social … Continue reading

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