A Free Market in Kidneys: Efficient and Equitable
By William Barnett II, Michael Saliba, Deborah Walker
This article appeared in the Winter 2001 issue of The Independent Review

Abstract

The National Organ Transplant Act of 1984 prohibits the purchase and sale of kidneys in the United States even though thousands of Americans die or suffer each year because of the ban. A free market in kidneys, along with third-party payers, would encourage kidney donations and give rise to market competition that would increase the quality of transplants and the transplant process.



Other Independent Review articles by William Barnett II
    Spring 2003   We Favor a Freer Market in Kidneys

Other Independent Review articles by Michael Saliba
    Spring 2003   We Favor a Freer Market in Kidneys

Other Independent Review articles by Deborah Walker
    Spring 2003   We Favor a Freer Market in Kidneys



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