1. Daniels N. Thomas Reid's Inquiry: The Geometry of Visibles and the Case for Realism. New York: Burt Franklin, 1974; reissue, Stanford University Press, 1989, with Afterward.
2. Daniels N, comp. Reading Rawls: Critical Studies of John Rawls' A Theory of Justice. Oxford: Blackwells, 1975 (also New York: Basic Books, 1975); reissue, Stanford University Press, 1989, with new Preface.
3. Daniels N, Bayer R, Caplan A, comps. In Search of Equity; Health Needs and the Health Care System. New York: Plenum, 1983.
4. Daniels N. Just Health Care. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985.
5. Daniels N. Am I My Parents' Keeper? An Essay on Justice Between the Young and The Old. New York: Oxford University Press, 1988.
6. Daniels N, comp. Justice Between Age Groups and Health Care for the Elderly, a special issue of Journal of Medicine and Philosophy Feb. 1998; 13:1.
7. Daniels N. Seeking Fair Treatment: From the AIDS Epidemic to National Health Care Reform. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.
8. Daniels N, Light D, Caplan R. Benchmarks of Fairness for Health Care Reform. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.
9. Daniels N. Justice and Justification: Reflective Equilibrium in Theory and Practice. New York: Cambridge U Press, 1996.
10. Daniels N, Buchanan A, Brock D, Wikler D. From Chance to Choice: Genes and Social Justice. Cambridge University Press, 2000.
11. Daniels N, Kennedy B, Kawachi I. Is Inequality Bad for Our Health? Boston: Beacon Press, 2000.
12. Daniels N, Sabin J. Setting Limits Fairly: Can We Learn to Share Medical Resources? New York: Oxford University Press, 2002; Setting Limits Fairly: Learning to Share Resources for Health , 2nd edition, New York: Oxford University Press, 2008.
13. Daniels N. Just Health: Meeting Health Needs Fairly. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
Peer Reviewed Publications:
1. Daniels N. Thomas Reid's Discovery of a Non-Euclidean Geometry. Philosophy of Science 1972; 39:2:219-234.
2. Daniels N. On Liberty and Equality in Rawls. Social Theory and Practice 1974; 3:2:149-159.
3. Daniels N. IQ, Intelligence and Educatability. Philosophical Forum 1974; 1:1:56-69.
4. Daniels N, Cronin J, Hurley A, Krock A, Webber R. Race, Class and Intelligence. International Journal of Mental Health 1974; 3:4:46-132.
5. Daniels N. Reply to Thompson on Herrnstein. Contemporary Psychology 1974; 19:11:788-9.
6. Daniels N. Lobachevsky: Some Anticipation of Later Views on the Relations Between Geometry and Physics. Isis 1975; 66:231:75-85.
7. Daniels N. IQ Heritability, and Human Nature. Proceedings of Philosophy of Science Association 1974, in Boston Studies in Philosophy of Science 1976; XXXII:143-180.
8. Daniels N. On the Picket Line; Are Doctor's Strikes Ethical? Hastings Center Reports 1978:24-29. Reprinted in Arthur J, ed. Morality and Moral Controversy. Prentice-Hall, 1980.
9. Daniels N. Merit and Meritocracy. Philosophy and Public Affairs 1978; 8:3:206-223.
10. Daniels N. Wide Reflective Equilibrium and Theory Acceptance in Ethics. Journal of Philosophy 1979; LXXVI:5:256-282. Reprinted: Sher G, ed. Moral Philosophy: Selected Readings. 2nd edition. Also in Smith M, ed. Meta-Ethics. Dartmouth
11. Daniels N. Rights to Health Care: Programmatic Worries. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. 1979; 4:2:174-191.
12. Daniels N. Moral Theory and the Plasticity of Person. Monist 1979; 62:265-287.
13. Daniels N. Some Methods of Ethics & Linguistics. Philosophical Studies 1980; 37:21-36.
14. Daniels N. Reflective Equilibrium and Archimedean Points. Canadian Journal of Philosophy 1980; X:1; 83-103. Reprinted in Corlett JA, ed. Equality and Liberty: Analyzing Rawls and Nozick. New York: St. Martins, 1991:90-109.
15. Daniels N. Health Care Needs and Distributive Justice. Philosophy and Public Affairs 1981; 10:2:146-179. Reprinted in Beauchamp T, Walters L, eds. Contemporary Issues in Bioethics. 2nd ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 1982:146-179. Reprinted in Beauchamp T, Walters L, eds. Contempory Issues in Bioethics. 2nd ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 1982:401-409. Reprinted in Cohen M, Nagel T, Scanlon T, eds. Medicine and Moral Philosophy. Princeton, NJ: Princeton, 1981:87-114. Reprinted in Bayer R, Caplan A, Daniels N, eds. In Search of Equity: Health Needs and the Health Care System. New York: Plenum, 1983. Reprinted in Hunt & Arras, eds. Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine. 2nd ed. Palo Alto, CA: Mayfield Publishing Company, 1983:480-489. Reprinted in Bioethics Reporter: Ethical and Legal Issues in Medicine, Health Care Administration. 1983. Reprinted in Werhane P, Gini AR, Ozar DT, eds. Philosophical Issues in Human Rights: Theories and Applications. New York: Random House, 1986:292-298. Reprinted in Harris J, ed. Bioethics, ?? 2001. Japanese translation in Nobuyuki I, Kato, Isatake, ed. Bioethics, 1989.
16. Daniels N. Equity of Access to Health Care: Some Conceptual and Ethical Issues. Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly/Health and Society 1981; 60:1:51-81. Reprinted in President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research, Securing Access to Health Care: The Ethical Implications of Differences in the Availability of Health Services Volume Two: Appendices Sociocultural and Philosophical Studies. U.S. Government Printing Office. 1983:23-50.
17. Daniels N. What is the Obligation of the Medical Profession in the Distribution of Health Care? Social Science and Medicine 1981; 15F:129-133.
18. Daniels N. Can Cognitive Psychotherapy Reconcile Reason and Desire? (Review Essay of R. Brandt, A Theory of the Good and the Right) Ethics 1983; 93:4:772-785.
19. Daniels N, Smith G. Plasticity of Human Rationality. Brain and Behavioral Sciences 1983; 6:3:490-491.
20. Daniels N. Reply to Stern Criticisms and a Remark on Rights to Health Care. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 1983; 8: 363-371.
21. Daniels N. Understanding Physician Power. (Review essay of P. Starr, The Social Transformation of American Medicine (New York: Basic Books, 1982)) Philosophy & Public Affairs 1984; 13:4:347-357.
22. Daniels N. Is Rationing By Age Ever Morally Acceptable? Business Health 1984; 1:29-32.
23. Daniels N. Equal Opportunity and Decent Minimums: A Reply to Buchanan. Philosophy and Public Affairs 1985;14:1:106-110.
24. Daniels N. Family Responsibility Initiatives and Justice Between Age Groups. Law Medicine and Health Care 1985;13-4: 153-159.
25. Daniels N. Why Saying No to Patients in the United States Is So Hard: Cost Containment, Justice, and Provider Autonomy. New England Journal of Medicine 1986; 314:1381-1383.
26. Daniels, N. Ideal Advocate and Limited Resources, The. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 1987; 8:1:69-80.
27. Daniels N. Patient Confidentiality vs. Civic Responsibility: Balancing Obligations. in PA 87 (Physicians Assistants in Primary Hospital Care) 1987:146-148.
28. Daniels N. An Argument About the Relativity of Justice. In Egalitarian Ethics, special issue of Revue Internationale de Philosophie 1989; 3:170:361-378.
29. Daniels N. Ability to Pay and Access to Organ Transplantation. Transplant Proceedings 1989; 21:3:3424-3425.
30. Daniels N. The Biomedical Model and Just Health Care. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 1989; 14:677-680.
31. Daniels N. Equality of What: Welfare, Resources or Capabilities. in Fiftieth Anniversary Issue of Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 1990; L Supplement:273-296.
32. Daniels N. Insurability and the HIV Epidemic: Ethical Issues in Underwriting. Milbank Quarterly 1990; 68:4:497-526.
33. Daniels N. Duty to Treat or Right to Refuse? Hasting Center Report 1991; 21:2:36-46.
34. Daniels N. Is the Oregon Rationing Plan Fair? JAMA 1991; 265:17:2232-2235. Reprinted in Mappes TA, DeGrazia D, eds. Biomedical Ethics. McGraw Hill. Also in Biotechnology and Resource Allocation: Old Problems in New Clothes. Southern California Law Review 1991; 65:1:225-240.
35. Daniels N, Sabin J, Forrow L. When is Home Care Medically Necessary? Hasting Center Report 1991; 21:4:36-38.
36. Daniels N. The Profit Motive and the Moral Assessment of Health Care Institutions. Business and Professional Ethics Journal 1991; 10:2:3-30.
37. Daniels N. Chronic Illness: Not-So-Passive Injustice? Journal of Clinical Ethics 1991; 2:3:160.
38. Daniels N. HIV-Infected Professionals, Patient Rights, and the Switching Dilemma. JAMA March 1991; 267:10:1368-1871.
39. Daniels N. Growth Hormone Therapy for Short Stature: Can We support the Treatment/Enhancement Distinction. Growth & Growth Hormone 1992; 8:1:46-48.
40. Daniels N. HIV-Infected Health Care Professionals: Public Threat or Public Sacrifice. Milbank Quarterly 1992; 70:1:3-42.
41. Daniels N. Liberalism and Medical Ethics. Hastings Center Report June/July 1992. (Review essay of Brennan T, Just Doctoring. Berkeley: University of California, 1992 and Emanual E, The Ends of Human Life. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1992).
42. Daniels N. Rationing Fairly: Programmatic Considerations. Bioethics 1993; 7:2/3:224-233.
43 Daniels N, Brock D. Ethical Foundations of the Clinton Administration's Proposed Health Care System. JAMA April 1994; 271:15:1189-1196.
44 Daniels N. Principles for Health Care Reform and How to Use Them. Hasting Center Reports May/June 1994; 24:3.
45. Daniels N. Four Unsolved Rationing Problems. Hasting Center Reports July/August 1994; 24:4:27-29.
46. Daniels N, Sabin J. Determining `Medical Necessity' in Mental Health Practice: A Study of Clinical Reasoning and a Proposal for Insurance Policy. Hasting Center Reports Nov-Dec 1994; 24:6:5-13.
47. Daniels N. The Articulation of Principles and Values involved in Health Care Reform. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 1994; 19:425-33.
48. Daniels N, Sabin J. The yin and yang of health care reform: professional and political strategies for setting limits. Archives Family Med 1995; 4(1): 67-71.
49. Daniels N. Justice, Fair Procedures, and the Goals of Medicine. Hastings Center Report Nov-Dec 1996; 26:6:10-12.
50. Daniels N, Russell LB, Gold MR, Siegel JE, Weinstein MC. The Role of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in Health and Medicine. JAMA Oct 1996; 276:14:1172-1177.
51. Daniels N, Sabin J. Limits to Health Care: Fair Procedures, Democratic Deliberation, and the Legitimacy Problem for Insurers. Philosophy and Public Affairs 1997; 26:4:303-50.
52. Daniels N. Rationing Medical Care: A Philosopher's Perspective on Outcomes and Process. Economics and Philosophy 1998; 14:27-50.
53. Daniels N. Does Economics Provide a Unified Account of Aging Behavior and Aging Policy? (A Review Essay on Richard Posner's Aging and Old Age) Ethics 1998; 108:569-85.
54. Daniels N. Kamm’s Moral Methods. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 1998; 58:4:947-54.
55. Bach FH, Fishman JA, Daniels N, Proimos J, Anderson B, Carpenter CB, Forrow L, Robson SC, Fineberg HV. Uncertainty in xenotransplantation: Individual benefit versus collective risk. Nature Medicine 1998; 4:2:141-44.
56. Daniels N. Daniels N, Sabin J. Closure, fair procedures, and setting limits within managed care organizations. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 1998; 46:3:351-54.
57. Daniels N, Sabin J. The ethics of accountability and the reform of managed care organizations. Health Affairs 1998; 17:5: 50-69.
58. Daniels N. Negative and Positive Genetic Interventions: Is There a Moral Boundary? Science in Context 11 1998:3-4:439-54
59. Daniels N, Sabin J. Last-chance therapies and managed care: pluralism, fair procedures, and legitimacy. Hastings Center Report 1998; 28:2:27-41. Winner of Dean Conley Award, American College of Health Care Executives, 1999.
60. Daniels N, Sabin J. Decisions about Access to Health Care and Accountability for Reasonableness. Journal of Urban Health 1999; 76:2:176-191.
61. Daniels N, Kennedy B, Kawachi I. Why Justice is Good for Our Health: The Social Determinants of Health Inequalities. Daedalus 1999; 128:4:215-51.
62. Daniels N, Bryant J, Castano RA, Dantes OG, Khan KS, Pannarunothai S. Benchmarks of Fairness for Health Care Reform: A Policy Tool for Developing Countries. WHO Bulletin June 2000; 78:6:740-50.
63. Daniels N. Social Responsibility and Global Pharmaceutical Companies. Developing World Bioethics May 2001; 1:1:38-41.
64. Daniels N. Justice, Health and Health Care. American Journal of Bioethics 2001, 1:2:3-15.
65. Daniels N, Teagarden R., and Sabin J. An Ethical Template for Pharmacy Benefits. Health Affairs, January/February 2003; 22:1:125-137.
66.Teagarden R, Daniels N, Sabin J. T. A Proposed Ethical Framework for Prescription Drug Benefit Allocation Policy. Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, January/February 2003; 43: 1: 69-74.
67. Daniels N. Chevron v Echazabal: Protection, Opportunity, and Paternalism. American Journal of Public Health, April 2003; 93:4:545-549.
68. Sabin, J, Daniels, N, Teagarden, J. The Perfect Storm. Psychiatric Annals, February 2004; 34:2:125-132.
69. Daniels, N. Comment on Carino, T, Sheingold, S, Tunis, S. Using clinical trials as a condition of coverage: lessons from the National Emphysema Treatment Trial. Clinical Trials 2004 1:108-121.
70. Kawachi I, Daniels N, Robinson D. Health Disparities by Race and Class: Why Both Matter. Health Affairs 2005; Mar/April; 24:2:343-344.
71. Daniels, N. Fair Process in Patient Selection For Anti-retroviral Treatment in WHO’s Goal of “3 by 5” Lancet. 2005; 366:
72. Daniels N, Flores W, Ndumbe P, Pannarunothai S, Bryant J, Ngulube TJ, Wang Y. An Evidence-Based Approach to Benchmarking the Fairness of Health Sector Reform in Developing Countries. Bulletin of WHO 2005; 83:534-40.
73. Daniels, N. Toward Ethical Review of Health System Transformations. AJPH 2006; 96:3:447-51.
74. Rosenthal, M. and Daniels, N. Beyond Competition: The Normative Implications of Consumer Driven Health Plans. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law 2006 31(3): 671-685.
75. Daniels N. Equity and Population Health: Toward a Broader Bioethics Agenda. Hastings Center Report . 2006; 36:4 22-35.
76. Wharam JF and Daniels N. Toward Evidence-Base Policy Makng and Standardized Assessment of Health Policy. JAMA 2007;298(6):676-9.
77. Gruskin S and Daniels N. Justice and Human Rights: Priority Setting and Fair Deliberative Process, american Journal of Public Health 2008;98(9):TBA. In press.
78. Daniels N. Justice Between Adjacen Generations: Further Thoughts. Journal of Political Theory 2008. In press.
79. Daniels N and Sabien JE. Accountability for Reasonable Priority Setting. BMJ 2008;TBA. In press
80. Daniels N, Saloner, B, and Gelpi, AH. Access, Cost, and Financing: Achieving An Ethical health Reform. Health Affairs Web Exclusive. 18 August 2009.
Chapters, Editorials, Columns:
1. Daniels N. Four Times Literary Supplement book reviews: "On Wittgenstein's Showing," July 29, 1965; "Wittgenstein's Yardstick," December 9, 1965; "The Language of Language," November 3, 1966; "Tracking the Tractatus," May 12, 1965.
2. Daniels N. The Smart White Man's Burden. Harper's October 1973:24ff. Reprinted in The Hastings Center Series, "Readings in Society, Ethics & the Life Sciences," 1978.
3. Daniels N. Critical Notice: G.P. Grant, English Speaking Justice, Mt. Alison University, 1974; C.B. Macpherson, Life & Times of Liberal Democracy, Oxford, 1977. Canadian Journal of Philosophy Sep. 1979; 9:3:563-573. (review)
4. Daniels N. Review of Toulmin's Human Understanding. Philosophical Review 1975; LXXXIV:1:108-112.
5. Daniels N. Equal Liberty and Unequal Worth of Liberty. In N. Daniels, ed. Reading Rawls. New York: Basic Books, 1975:
6. Daniels N. On Having Concepts 'By Our Constitution'. In Barker S, Beauchamp T, eds. Essays on Thomas Reid, Philosophical Monographs. 1977:35-43.
7. Daniels N. Meritocracy. In Arthur J, Shaw W, eds. Justice and Economic Distribution. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1978:164-178.
8. Daniels N. Cost Effectiveness and Patient Welfare. In Basson M, ed. Ethics, Humanism and Medicine. New York: Alan R. Liss, 1981:159-170.
9. Daniels N. Conflicting Objectives and the Priorities Problem. In Brown P, Johnson C, Vernier P, eds. Income Support: Conceptual and Ethical Issues. Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1981:147-164.
10. Daniels N. Am I My Parents' Keeper? President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research, Securing Access to Health Care: The Ethical Implications of Differences in the Availability of Health Services. Vol. Two: Appendices Sociocultural and Philosophical Studies, U.S. Gov't Printing Office, 1983:265-292.
11. Daniels N. Review of Michael Walzer's Spheres of Justice. Philosophical Review Jan. 1985; 94:1:142-148.
12. Daniels N. Two Approaches to Theory Acceptance in Ethics. In Copp D, Zimmerman D, eds. Morality, Reason and Truth. Totawa, NJ: Rowman & Littlefield, 1985:120-140.
13. Daniels N. Biological Monitoring: Ethical Issues Resulting from Individual Variations in Susceptibility to Workplace Health Hazard Risks. In Baram M, PI. NSF-EVIST Report, Biological Monitoring Project, Boston University, 1985.
14. Daniels N. Justice and Health Care. In Regan T, VandeVeer D, eds. Border Crossing. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1986:290-325.
15. Daniels N. Consent to Risk in Space. In Hargrove E, ed. Beyond Spaceship Earth: Environmental Ethics and the Solar System. San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1987:277-290.
16. Daniels N. Doth OSHA Protect Too Much? In Ezorsky G, ed. Moral Rights in the Workplace. SUNY Press, 1987:51-60.
17. Daniels N. Review of Larry Churchill, Rationing Health Care in America: Perceptions and Principles of Justice (Notre Dame, 1986). Ethics 1988.
18. Daniels N. Review of Are There Too Many Doctors? Journal of Health and Human Values 1988.
19. Daniels N. Justice and the Dissemination of 'Big Ticket' Technologies. In Mathieu D, ed. Organ Substitution Technology. Westview Press, 1988:211-220; Reprinted in Arras J, Rhodes N, eds. Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine. 3rd ed. Mountainview, CA: Mayfield, 1989:510-517.
20. Daniels N. Justice and Transfers Between Generations. In Johnson P, Thomson D, eds. Workers vs. Pensioners. New York: Manchester University Press, 1989:57-79.
21. Daniels N. Ethical Issues in Underwriting: The Case of AIDS. Blue Cross/Blue Shield Association Report on Ethical Issues in Insurance 1989.
22. Daniels N. Review of Fox D, Fee E. Aids: The Burdens of History. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 1990; 20:4:706-8.
23. Daniels N. Human Rights, Population Aging, and Intergenerational Equity. Population and Human Rights, United Nations Conference on Population and Human Rights, 1990:207-30; Reprinted in Boolos G, ed. Meaning and Method: Essays in Honor of Hilary Putnam. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990:355-380.
24. Daniels N, Sabin J, Farrow L. Clarifying the Concept of Medical Necessity. Proceedings of the Group Health Institute 1991:693-707.
25. Daniels N. A Lifespan Approach to Health Care. In Jecker N, ed. Aging and Ethics. Clifton, NJ: Humanities Press, 1991:355-380.
26. Daniels N. Equal Opportunity and Health Care Rights for the Elderly. In Bole TJ, Bondeson WB, eds. Rights to Health Care. Dordrecht: Kluwer,1991:201-212.
27. Daniels N. Justice and Health Care Rationing: Lessons from Oregon. In Beehler R, Copp D, Szabados B, eds. On the Track of Reason: Essays in Honor of Kai Nielsen. Boulder: Westview Press, 1992:57-74.
28. Daniels N. Oregon's Rationing Plan: Lessons for Others. In Wiener J, Baker R, eds. Rationing America's Medical Care: The Oregon Plan and Beyond, Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution 1992:185-195; Reprinted in Levine C, ed. Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Bioethical Issues. Dushkin Pub. 1993.
29. Daniels N. Public Health Policy. In Becker L, ed. Encyclopedia of Ethics. New York: Garland Press, 1992:1047-1049.
30. Daniels N. The Prudential Lifespan Account of Justice Across Generations. In Cohen L, ed. Justice Across Generations: What Does It Mean? Washington: AARP, 1993:197-214.
31. Daniels N. The Prudential Lifespan Account: Objections and Replies. In Cohen L, ed. Justice Across Generations: What Does It Mean? Washington: AARP, 1993:243-247.
32. Daniels N. Limits to Care. In Proceedings of WHO Conference, 1993.
33. Daniels N. The Genome Project, Individual Differences, and Just Health Care. In Murphy T, Lappe M. Justice and the Human Genome Project. UCalifornia Press, 1994:110-32.
34. Daniels N. The Human Genome Project, Justice and Scare Resources. In Murray TJ, Rothstein MA, Murray RF Jr., eds. The Human Genome and the Future of Health Care. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1996.
35. Daniels N. Justice and Access to High-tech Home Care. In Arras JD, ed. Bringing the Hospital Home: Ethical and Social Implications of High-Tech Home Care. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995:235-51.
36. Daniels N. Mental Disabilities, Equal Opportunity and the ADA. In Bonnie RJ, Monahan J, eds. Mental Disorder, Work Disability, and the Law. Chicago: U Chicago Press, 1996:282-97.
37. Daniels N. Wide Reflective Equilibrium in Practice. In Sumner LW, Boyle J. Philosophical Perspectives on Bioethics. Toronto: U Toronto Press, 1996:96-114; also in Daniels N. Justice and Justification:333-52.
38. Daniels N. Justice Between the Young and the Old. In Walters JW, Larson D, eds. Rationing Health Care: Ethics and Aging. Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois, 1996.
39. Daniels N. Is There a Right to Health Care and, if so, What Does It Encompass? in Khuse H, Singer P, eds. A Companion to Bioethics. Oxford: Blackwells, 1999:316-328.
40. Daniels N. Foundations for National Health Care Reform. In Veatch, RW, ed. Medical Ethics. 2nd ed. Boston: Jones and Bartlett, 1996:415-441.
41. Russell LB, Siegel JE, Daniels N, Gold ME, Luce BR. Mandelblatt JS. Cost-Effectiveness Analysis as a Guide to Resource Allocation in Health: Roles and Limitations. In Gold MR, Siegel JE, Russell LB, Weinstein MC, eds. Cost-Effectiveness in Health and Medicine. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996:3-24.
42. Gold MR, Patrick DL, Torrance GW, Fryback DG, Hadorn DC, Kamlet MS, Daniels N, Weinstein MC. Identifying and Valuing Outcomes. In Gold MR, Siegel JE, Russell LB, Weinstein MC, eds. Cost- Effectiveness in Health and Medicine. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996:82-134.
43. Sabin J, Daniels N. Lessons for U.S. Managed Care from the British National Health Service II: Setting Priorities. Psychiatric Services 1997; 48:469-70.
44. Sabin J, Daniels N. Setting Behavioral Health Priorities: Good News and Crucial Lessons from the Oregon Health Plan. Psychiatric Services 1997; 48:883-84.
45. Daniels N. Resource Allocation To Those in Greatest Need or Those Who Will Benefit Most? Procedural Justice -- Not Moral Principles. Behavioral Health Care Tomorrow April 1997; 6:4:52-57.
46. Daniels N. Justice and Prudential Deliberation in Long-Term Care. In Walker L, Bradley E, Wettle T, eds. Public and Private Responsibilities in Long-Term Care. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998:93-111.
47. Daniels N. Ethics and Health Care Reforms: A Global View. In Bankowski Z, Bryant JH, Gallagher J, eds. Ethics, Equity and Health Care For All. Geneva: CIOMS, 1998:86-94.
48. Daniels N. Distributive Justice and the Use of Summary Measures of Population Health Status. Institute of Medicine, Summarizing Population Health: Directions for the Development and Application of Population Metrics, National Academy Press, 1998:58-71.
49. Sabin J, Daniels N. Making insurance coverage for new technologies reasonable and accountable. JAMA 1998; 279:9:703-4.
50. Daniels N. “Parametros de justicia y monitoreo de la equidad: Apoyo a un programa de la OMS” Salud y Gerncia 1998; 16:1:7-12.
51. Daniels N. Enabling Democratic Deliberation: How Managed Care Organizations Ought to Make Decisions about Coverage for New Technologies. In Stephen Macedo. Deliberative Politics: Essays on Democracy and Disagreement . New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. Pp. 198-210.
52.Sabin JE, Daniels N. Public Sector Managed Behavioral Health Care: II. Contracting for Medicaid Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services--the Massachusetts Experience. Psychiatric Services 1999; 50:1:39-41.
53. Sabin JE, Daniels N. Resource Allocation in Psychiatry. In Bloch S, Chodoff P, Green S, eds. Psychiatric Ethics. 3rd edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999:383-400.
54. Sabin JE, Daniels N. Public Sector Managed Behavioral Health Care III: Meaningful consumer and Family Participation. Psychiatric Services 1999; 50:7:883-885.
55. Sabin JE, Daniels N. Public Sector Managed Behavioral Health Care: IV: integrated versus “carve-out” care. Psychiatric Services 1999: 50:1267-1268; 1280.
56. Daniels N, Kennedy B, Kawachi I. Justice is Good for Our Health. (symposium with replies to comments) Boston Review Feb-Mar 2000; 25:1:4-19.
57. Daniels N. Accountability for Reasonableness in Private and Public Health Insurance. In Coulter A, Ham C, eds. The Global Challenge of Health Care Rationing. Buckingham: Open University Press, 2000:89-106.
58. Daniels N. John Rawls. Encyclopedia of U.S. History.
59. Sabin JE, Daniels N. Managed Care: Public Sector Managed Behavioral Health Care: V. Redefining ‘Medical Necessity’-- The Iowa Experience. Psychiatric Services 2000; 51:4:445-6,459.
60. Daniels N. Accountability for Reasonableness. BMJ 2000; 321:1300-01.
61. Sabin JE, Daniels N. Managed Care: Public-Sector Managed Behavioral Health Care VI. The Iowa Approach to Profit and Community Reinvestment. Psychiatric Services 2000; 51:10:1239-40,1247.
62. Daniels N, Sabin, JE. What is consistency and fairness in pharmacy benefits? Medical Care April 2001; 39:
63. Daniels N. Reflective Equilibrium. In Becker L, ed. Encyclopedia of Ethics. 2nd ed. 2001.
64. Sabin JE, O’Brien M.F., Daniels N. Strengthening consumer voice in managed behavioral care: II. Moving NCQA standards from rights to empowerment. Psychiatric Services 2001; 52: 1303-1305.
65. Daniels N. Reflective Equilibrium. In: Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes, Editor(s)-in-Chief, International Encyclopedia of the Social &Behavioral Sciences, Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford, 2001: 12872-12877
66. Daniels N. Justice, Health, and Health Care. In Battin M, Rhodes R, Silvers A, eds. Health Care and Social Justice. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002: 6-23.
67. Sabin JE, Daniels N. Managing disappointment in health care: three stories from the United States. Chapter in New, B, and Neuberger, J (eds). Hidden Assets: Values and decision making in the NHS . Edited by New, B, Neuberger, J. King’s Fund: London, 2002, 141-156.
68. Sabin JE, Daniels N. Strengthening Consumer Voice in Managed Behavioral Care: III. The Philadelphia Consumer Satisfaction Team. Psychiatric Services 2002; 53: 23-23; 29.
69. Sabin JE, Daniels N. Strengthening Consumer Voice in Managed Behavioral Care: IV. The Leadership Academy Program. Psychiatric Services 2002; 53: 405-406; 411.
70. Sabin JE, Daniels N. Strengthening Consumer Voice in Managed Behavioral Care: V. Helping Professionals Listen. Psychiatric Services 2002; 53: 805-806; 811.
71. Daniels N, Kennedy B, Kawachi I. Justice, Health, and Health Policy. In Danis M, Clancy C, (eds.) Ethical Dimensions of Health Policy . New York: Oxford University Press, 2002: 19-51
72. Sabin, JE, Daniels, N. Ethical Issues. Chapter in Feldman, S (ed.) Managed Mental Health Services . Second Edition. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas; 2003:190-218.
73. Daniels, N. Das Argument der Alterscrationierung im Ansatz der klugen Lebensplanung. In Marckmann,G,ed., Gesundheitsversorgung im Alter , Stuttgart, 2003.
74. Sabin JE, Granoff K, Daniels N. Strengthening Consumer Voice in Managed Behavioral Care: VI. Initial Lessons from Independent External Review. Psychiatric Services 2003; 54: 24-28.
75. Daniels N. Democratic Equality: Rawls’s Complex Egalitarianism. in Freeman S, (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Rawls . Cambridge University Press, 2003; 241-277
76. Daniels, N. Reflective Equilibrium. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, on-line edition, 2003. http://plato.stanford.edu/info.html.
77. Daniels N, Kennedy B, Kawachi I. Health and inequality, or, why justice is good for our health. In Anand S, Peters F, and Sen A. Public Health, Ethics, and Equity. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004: 63-91.
78. Daniels, N. How to Achieve Fair Distribution of ARTs in "3 by 5": Fair Process and Legitimacy in Patient Selection. World Health Organization/UNAIDS: Consultation. Geneva. January 26-27, 2004.
79. Daniels N, Flores W. An Evidence-Based Approach to Benchmarking Fairness in Health Sector Reform in Latin America. In Fernando Lolas Stepke, Editor. Dialogo Y Cooperacion en Salud, Diez Anos De Bioetica en la OPS . Santiago, Chile: Organizacion Panamerica de Salud, 2004: 101-114.
80. Daniels N. The Functions of Insurance and the Fairness of Genetic Underwriting. In Rothstein, M.A. (ed). Genetics and Life Insurance: Medical Underwriting and Social Policy. Cambrdige MA: MIT Press, 2004, pp. 119-145
81. Daniels, N. Accountability for Reasonable Limits to Care. Mechanic D, Rogut L, Colby D, and Knickman J. Policy Challenges in Modern Health Care . New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2005: 228-248
82. Daniels N, Flores W, Gomez-Jauregui J. Benchmarking Fairness in Reproductive Health. WHO Consultation Paper, December 1, 2005. Available at: http://www.who.int/reproductive-health/tcc/meeting_documents/daniels_et_al.pdf.
83. Daniels N, Teagarden R, Sabin J. Ethical Template for Pharmacy Benefits, in Santoro, M. ed. Ethics and the Pharmaceutical Industry. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005: 206-224.
84. Sabin, JE Daniels, N. Ethical Issues. Chapter in Feldman, S (ed.) Managed Mental Health Services. Second Edition. Charles C. Thomas. (in press)
85. Daniels, N. Can anyone really be talking about ethically modifying human nature? In Sevalescu, J, Bostrom N. Human Enhancement. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2007; (in press).
86. Daniels, N. Reasonableness in Health Policy. Oxford Textbook of Medicine. (in press)
87. Daniels, N. Another Voice: Rescuing Universal Health Care. Hastings Center Report, 37:2 (2007):3.
88. Daniels N, Rose S, and Zide ED. Disability, Adaptation, and Inclusion. In Disability and Disadvantage: Re-examining Topics in Moral and Political Philosophy, Kimberley Brownlee and adam Cureton editors, New York: Oxford University Press. In press.
89. Daniels N. Capabilities, Opportunity, and Health. In Measuring Justice: Primary Goods and Capabiliies, Ingrid Robeyns and Harry Brighous editors, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Forthcoming 2008-2009.90. Daniels N. International Health Inequalities and Global Justice. In International Public Health Policy and Ethics, Michael Boylan edictor, Dordrecht, NE: Springer 2008; 109-130.
91. Daniels N. Social and Individual Responsibility for Health. In Disributive Justice and Responsibility,Carl Knight and Zofia Stemplowska editors, Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming.
92. Daniels N and Roberts M. Ethics and Healthcare Reform. Hastings Center Briefing Book. Forthcoming.93. Daniels N. Broken Promies: Business-Friendly Strategies That Frustrate Just Health Care. In Ethics and the Business Biomedicine, Denis G. Arnold editor (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009), pp. 35-62.