Posts by Raymond J. March
Raymond J. March is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute and Assistant Professor of Agribusiness and Applied Economics at North Dakota State University.
Vaccines and Operation Warp Speed
OWS Gets Credit for the Vaccine, But Did We Need It?
Are EUAs Deregulation or Regulatory Capture?
Why Emergency Use Authorizations Should Stay
FDA Continues to Meddle with Covid-19 Treatments
The Covid-19 Ratchet Effect is Becoming Clearer, and More Concerning 
Will the Biden Administration Let a Delta-Variant Covid-19 Crisis Go to Waste? 
New Alzheimer’s Drug Approval Could Change the FDA’s Approval Process for the Better
Ecstasy Nears FDA Approval to Treat Severe Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
AstraZeneca Vaccine Controversy Provides Another Example of Overly Cautious Government Reactions
Are We Witnessing the Beginning of the Covid-19 Ratchet Effect?
The FDA Should Grant Emergency Use Authorization for Alzheimer’s Drug
President Biden Faces Longstanding Challenge to Lower Insulin Prices. Will He Succeed?
Capping Insulin Copays Won’t Cure Insulin Price Woes
Early Covid-19 Vaccine Distribution Troubles Add to a Long List of Government Pandemic Failures
New COVID-19 Vaccines, Same Sluggish FDA
Public Health Bureaucracies Consolidate Power as Pandemic Continues
Economic Miscalculation and the Covid-19 Pandemic
FDA Approves Blood Plasma as Covid-19 Treatment
Promising Alzheimer’s Drug on FDA Fast Track
Is the Covid-19 Pandemic Spreading Affinity for Socialism? It Shouldn’t!
Trump Signs More Executive Orders as a Last-Ditch Effort to Lower Drug Prices
State Mismanagement of Covid-19 Data Continues
Don’t Trust Government to Distribute Covid-19 Drugs
President Trump’s ‘Operation Warp Speed’ Vaccine Project Might Crash Into Perverse Incentives
To Make Drugs More Affordable, President Trump Should Focus on Price Competition
Are Special Interests Undermining the Quest for a Covid-19 Vaccine?

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