The Economics of Abortion

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Ted Joyce, a professor of economics and finance at Baruch College, explains how state regulations (like mandatory waiting periods, parental notification, and the cutoff of Medicaid funds) affect abortion rates. He's recently done an extensive study on Texas, and he's also studied abortion economics in Mississippi.
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