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The Most Powerful and Informative Health-Affairs Think-Tank Is: The Incidental Economist: Noted in Equitable Growth for October 14, 2013

The most powerful and informative health-affairs think tank is: The Incidental Economist:

Austin Frakt, Aaron Carroll, Kevin Outterson, Harold Pollack, Bill Gardner, Adrianna McIntyre, with occasional additional contributions by Don Taylor, Ian Crosby, and Steve Pizer. They punch so much above their weight that it is not funny. In fact, it is not clear to me that they have any weight at all--that any academic, research, or philanthropic institution has given them a dime for anything, rather than they having scrounged themselves into existence in their copious spare time and funding web hosting off of the spare-change jar…

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