Young Voices Director Writes in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung About Advantages of Competition in Healthcare

Young Voices Director Fred Roeder has been published by the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung writing about the benefits of competition and private initiative in healthcare. Fred illustrates the benefits of competition and free enterprise with examples of private healthcare from Singapore, Germany, Slovakia, and Georgia. He argues that private healthcare curbs healthcare costs without having any negative impact on patients’ health outcomes.

FAZ

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung has a circulation of 382,000 as of January 2013. It is the German newspaper with the widest circulation abroad delivering the newspaper to 148 countries every day

If you’d like to speak with or book Fred or any of our other Advocates, please contact Young Voices now.

Young Voices Published on Huffington Post Germany Writing About Carry On Regulation

Young Voices Director Fred Roeder has been published by Huffington Post Germany writing about an initiative of some European lawmakers that aims to increase the minimum carry-on items passengers can take on board without being additionally charged for. Fred argues that there is ‘no free lunch’ for passengers and that more entitlements for passengers will necessarily lead to higher airfares.

The entire piece can be found here (in German).

If you’d like to speak with or book Fred or any of our other Advocates, please contact Young Voices now.

Associate Cathy Reisenwitz Published by the Chicago Tribune

Young Voices Associate Cathy Reisenwitz‘s Forbes piece has been republished in The Chicago Tribune.

In her opinion piece ‘Millennials’ Failure to Launch is a Function of US Housing Policy Cathy writes about the impact getting and keeping home prices high has on the ability of young people to move out:

Economic difficulty and artificially expensive rents and home prices keeps at least a third of Millennials from being able to afford moving out of their parents’ homes. Both the astronomical increase in housing prices and the continually delayed price reset are directly attributable to U.S. housing policy, as are the associated increased rents. Keeping home prices high helps mortgage lenders, real estate professionals, and people who already own their homes. But it hurts the Millennials who need help to be able to afford housing.

If you’d like to speak with or book Cathy or any of our Advocates, please contact Young Voices now.