Peter Orszag

Apr 15, 2018
A study tries to quantify how much market valuations fall when companies disclose that they have been hacked.

Apr 11, 2018
This should lead to better, less expensive and more convenient health care.

Mar 2, 2018
The share of Americans with life insurance has fallen to less than 60 percent, from 77 percent in 1989. Why this is happening remains a puzzle.

Feb 1, 2018
Refuting the conventional wisdom that multi-million-dollar air time is a bad buy.

Jan 4, 2018
It's true that, in 2016, those costs rose 3.9 percent. But health-care costs overall increased 4.3 percent, so as a percentage of total health-care spending, out-of-pocket costs actually fell. And this has been the case for several years.

Sep 6, 2017
As Congress returns to work this week, its agenda is crowded with must-pass legislation.

Jun 29, 2017
Senate Republicans may not realize it, but their repeal-and-replace health-care legislation, if passed, would set the U.S. on the road to European-style price controls and rationing of prescription medications. This would follow fairly directly from the enormous cuts to...

Jun 13, 2017
There’s some concern that virtual reality, if used to treat opioid addicts, might become the focus of new kind of addiction, but even so, it wouldn’t be as deadly as the very real one we currently face.

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