Dan Kuehn: Facts & other stubborn things: I would think if there's one single thing an economist should be able to do better than anyone else, it would be identifying a serious risk of endogeneity and calling it out: John Cochrane edition:
John Cochrane thinks two New York Times articles are a sign of cognitive dissonance on health economics.
I do not.
John Cochrane: The Grumpy Economist: Health economics and cognitive dissonance:
PS: I will be talking about alternatives to Obamacare on Wed Dec 4 at the Cato Policy Perspectives event in Chicago.