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Richard Holden

Richard Holden is a professor of economics at the University of New South Wales–Sydney.
Articles by Richard Holden

A Public Baseline: The Australian Health Care Model

Health care in the United States is riddled with contradictions. The country spends $3.5 trillion a year on health care—more than $10,700 per person and 17.9 percent of GDP—yet 28.5 million Americans are uninsured—nearly 9 percent of the population. America is the richest nation on earth but has only the twenty-ninth highest life expectancy. It…

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