Shutdown Spotlights Economic Cost of Saving Lives

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It comes down to what a life is worth.

In the 1960s, a Nobel Prize laureate in economics, Thomas C. Schelling, proposed letting people price their own lives. Observing how much they were willing to spend to reduce their odds of death — by buying…

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