Employer-sponsored health insurance is commonplace, but it's one of many factors distorting the market for medical services.
Certificate of need regulations try to steer health-care supplies, but it's hard to keep them from fishtailing.
Using economic incentives to attract new businesses isn't as simple as it seems.
How economics may help slow the onslaught of spam e-mail.
A global economy grapples with the economic and ecological effects of invasive species.
Small cigarette manufacturers grab market share.
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