Reformers, from Duncan Coker

December 19, 2009 |

F D RReformers, in their efforts, prefer to focus on the supply side of the equation — ignoring almost completely the demand side. In the financial arena there is much finger-pointing at the sell side of such products as CDOs, and the riches that were made. Not a whole lot of attention paid to the largest buyers — long acronyms — that enabled the transactions. On trade much attention is paid to foreign suppliers who take jobs, not to the benefits derived from on the demand side for the array of products at lower prices. Perhaps supply is just easier to regulate. The same holds true in health care. It is hard to change supersized demand mentality and fitness avoidance — the suppliers are just easier targets.


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