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(((Martin Gaynor)))
Professor of Economics, Carnegie Mellon. Former Director, Bureau of Economics, Federal Trade Commission. All views are mine alone.
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 11h
Whoa (and not in a good way).
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 11h
Replying to @leah_boustan
Looks quite comprehensive, but omitted blay gissen/pouring lead, which some people actually do...
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 11h
Replying to @leah_boustan
Of course WikiHow has instructions on how to do everything!
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 11h
Replying to @leah_boustan
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 12h
Replying to @epherringtonIV
FYI I Ieave my personal opinions out of the classroom. If there’s disagreement among economists on an issue I’ll present both sides and tell you my view, but be clear it’s my opinion and others hold differently.
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 12h
😂😂😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣!!!
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 12h
Very important and courageous thread.
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Jon Skinner 17h
Time to Release Medicare Advantage Claims Data
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(((Martin Gaynor))) Feb 19
Excellent - looking forward to it.
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HIMSS Feb 16
Feb. 20 + Twitter Chat Poll #3: What is holding back interoperability?
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(((Martin Gaynor))) Feb 18
Medical expenses are 85%+ of health insurance premiums, so health insurance costs per se not a big driver. But, excess health insurance due to tax exclusion is part of the problem, and health insurance and health care interact in very important ways.
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(((Martin Gaynor))) Feb 18
Only Maryland. A number used to. Massachusetts’ Health Policy Commission monitors the market. Other than that, no consistent information gathering or oversight.
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(((Martin Gaynor))) Feb 18
Replying to @MartinSGaynor
Counterpoint: Henry George
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(((Martin Gaynor))) Feb 18
Robber barons (National Portrait Gallery): Carnegie, Frick, Gould, Rockefeller
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(((Martin Gaynor))) Feb 18
Replying to @CarynHederman
Thanks!
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(((Martin Gaynor))) Feb 18
Replying to @daviesbj
That’s why it’s called “the bathtub.” Whoever designed this should have their engineering license revoked.
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(((Martin Gaynor))) Feb 18
Looking forward to reading this. Even if I don’t find it convincing as causal (and I may be convinced), knowing the empirical patterns are important.
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John Lam Feb 17
I know I don't have a lot of followers here, but I would ask that anyone that sees this shares it. Today, in Maryland, Aaron Penman, a candidate for 7th District State Delegate, gave away 11 guns, including an AR-15, in a "bingo" game. Just days after the shooting. /1
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Seth Mandel Feb 17
Twitter is much cheaper
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