Regulation of sectors like health and auto insurance is often explained as an response to market failures arising from adverse selection, but, say Alex Tabarrok and Bryan Caplan, most of the real-world elements of regulation are hard to explain that way: "Adverse selection is an easy story to tell but a hard story to verify."
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