Economics, Insurance, and the Economics of Insurance.
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Indiana: the newest right-to-work state
Regardless of your politics of right-to-work or required unionization, one has to consider “voting” preference in regards to revealed preference.
Ponder this: if one can vote in an election, if one can vote with one's dollars, if one can vote with one's feet…..then certainly one can vote with his/her human capital. Since 90% of the private sector is non-union, then 90% of human capital has voted right-to-work.