So just an update on the latest data from the Census Bureau’s Small Area Health Insurance Estimates program which put out 2010 data last month. noted last year was that for 2009 the estimated health insurance coverage for children (under age 18) population was higher than any county in Pennsylvania.
So with 2010 data that is . . . → Read More: Allegheny County #1
Some new data out on Small Area Health Insurance Estimates from the census folks.
They have a tool there you can use to look this up yourself, but what I get is that for children (age 18 and under) in Pennsylania, Allegheny County is tied with Montgomery for the lowest percentage without health insurance at . . . → Read More: Health Insurance
If big government is taking us towards a brave new world we might expect this to show up in differences in values held by people in countries with big and small governments. As discussed in my last post there seems to be some evidence that people in high-income countries with big governments tend to . . . → Read More: Does the Importance of Values Encouraged in Children Vary With the Size of Government?
Emmanuel Saez’s work on income inequality has been getting a lot of attention recently, for good reason. He has shown the extent to which inequality has grown rapidly in recent years. The benefit of economic growth this decade has gone almost exclusively to the extremely rich. The top 1% of . . . → Read More: Inequality at Birth