Publications

Books:

Thomas Reid’s`Inquiry': the Geometry of Visibles and the Case for Realism (1974; Stamford, 1989); Reading Rawls (1975; Stanford, 1989); Just Health Care (Cambridge, 1985); Am I My Parents’ Keeper? An Essay on Justice Between the Young and the Old (Oxford, 1988); Seeking Fair Treatment: From the AIDS Epidemic to National Health Care Reform Oxford, 1995); Justice and Justification: Reflective Equilibrium in Theory and Practice (Cambridge University Press, 1996); (with Donald Light and Ronald Caplan) Benchmarks of Fairness for Health Care Reform (Oxford, 1996); (with Allen Buchanan, Dan Brock, and Dan Wikler) From Chance to Choice: Genetics and Justice (Cambridge, 2000); (with Bruce Kennedy and Ichiro Kawachi) Is Inequality Bad for Our Health? (Beacon Press, 2000); and (with James Sabin) Setting Limits Fairly: Can We Learn to Share Medical Resoruces? (Oxford, 2002;2nd ed., 2008); Just Health: Meeting Health Needs Fairly (Cambridge, 2008).

If you have difficulty locating publications, please contact the author.

Journal Articles, 2001-Present:

Daniels, N. and Sabin, J. 1999. Public Sector Managed Behavioral Health Care: III. Meaningful Consumer and Family Participation. Managed Care 50(7): 883-885.

Daniels, N. 2000. Accountability for reasonableness. BMJ 321 (7272):1300-1.

Daniels, N. 2001. It isn’t just the sex. Am J Bioeth 1 (1):10-1.

Daniels, N. 2001. Justice, health, and healthcare. Am J Bioeth 1 (2):2-16.

Daniels, N. 2001. Social responsibility and global pharmaceutical companies. Dev World Bioeth 1 (1):38-41.

Sabin, J. E., and N. Daniels. 2001. Managed care: strengthening the consumer voice in managed care: I. Can the private sector meet the public-sector standard? Psychiatr Serv 52 (4):461-2; 464.

Sabin, J. E., and N. Daniels. 2002. Managed care: strengthening the consumer voice in managed care: III. The Philadelphia Consumer Satisfaction Team. Psychiatr Serv 53 (1):23-4, 29.

Sabin, J. E., and N. Daniels. 2002. Managed care: strengthening the consumer voice in managed care: IV. The Leadership Academy Program. Psychiatr Serv 53 (4):405-6, 411.

Daniels, N. 2003. Chevron v Echazabal: protection, opportunity, and paternalism. Am J Public Health 93 (4):545-8.

Daniels, N., J. R. Teagarden, and J. E. Sabin. 2003. An Ethical Template for Pharmacy Benefits. Health Aff (Millwood) 22 (1):125-137.

Teagarden, J. R., N. Daniels, and J. E. Sabin. 2003. A proposed ethical framework for prescription drug benefit allocation policy. J Am Pharm Assoc (Wash) 43 (1):69-74.

Daniels, N. 2004. 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 1:108-121.

Sabin, J. E., N. Daniels, and J. R. Teagarden. 2004. The Perfect Storm. Psychiatric Annals 34 (2):125-132.

Daniels, N. 2005. Fair process in patient selection for antiretroviral treatment in WHO’s goal of 3 by 5. Lancet 366 (9480):169-71.

Daniels, N., W. Flores, S. Pannarunothai, P. N. Ndumbe, J. H. Bryant, T. J. Ngulube, and Y. Wang. 2005. An evidence-based approach to benchmarking the fairness of health-sector reform in developing countries. Bull World Health Organ 83 (7):534-40.

Kawachi, I., N. Daniels, and D. E. Robinson. 2005. Health disparities by race and class: why both matter. Health Aff (Millwood) 24 (2):343-52.

Daniels, N. 2006. Equity and population health: toward a broader bioethics agenda. Hastings Cent Rep 36 (4):22-35.

Daniels, N. 2006. Toward ethical review of health system transformations. Am J Public Health 96 (3):447-51.

Rosenthal, M., and N. Daniels. 2006. Beyond competition: the normative implications of consumer-driven health plans. J Health Polit Policy Law 31 (3):671-85.

Wharam, J. F., and N. Daniels. 2007. Toward evidence-based policy making and standardized assessment of health policy reform. JAMA 298 (6):676-9.

Daniels, N. 2008. Justice Between Adjacent Generations: Further Thoughts. Journal of Political Theory 16 (4):475-94.

Daniels, N., and J. E. Sabin. 2008. Accountability for reasonableness: an update. BMJ 337:a1850.

Gruskin, S., and N. Daniels. 2008. Process is the point: justice and human rights: priority setting and fair deliberative process. Am J Public Health 98 (9):1573-7.

Neumann, P. J., J. A. Palmer, N. Daniels, K. Quigley, M. R. Gold, and S. Chao. 2008. A strategic plan for integrating cost-effectiveness analysis into the US healthcare system. Am J Manag Care 14 (4):185-8.

Daniels, N., B. Saloner, and A. H. Gelpi. 2009. Access, cost, and financing: achieving an ethical health reform. Health Aff (Millwood) 28 (5):w909-16.

Nord, E., N. Daniels, and M. Kamlet. 2009. QALYs: some challenges. Value Health 12 Suppl 1:S10-5.

Daniels, N., A. Valencia-Mendoza, A. Gelpi, M. H. Avila, and S. Bertozzi. 2010. The art of public health: pneumococcal vaccine coverage in Mexico. Lancet 375 (9709):114-5.

Ladin, K., N. Daniels, and I. Kawachi. 2010. Exploring the relationship between absolute and relative position and late-life depression: evidence from 10 European countries. Gerontologist 50 (1):48-59.

Daniels, N. 2003, 2011. Reflective Equilibrium. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophical Ethicshttp://plato.stanford.edu/entries/reflective-equilibrium/  (Accessed 21 Jan 2011).

Daniels, N. and Saloner, B. 2011. The Ethics of Health Insurance Affordability. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law. 36 (5): 815-827.

Goldie, S. and Daniels, N. 2011. Model-Based Analyses to Compare Health and Economic Outcomes of Cancer Control: Inclusion of Disparities. Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 103 (18): 1373-1386.

Daniels, N. 2012. Reasonable Disagreement About Identified vs. Statistical Victims. Hastings Center Report 42 (1): 35-45.

Kimmel, A.D., Daniels, N., Betancourt, T.S., Wood, R., and Prosser, L.A. 2012. Decision maker priorities for providing antiretroviral therapy in HIV-infected South Africans: a qualitative assessment. AIDS Care 24(6): 778-92.

Kimmel, A.D., Resch, S.C., Anglaret, X., Daniels, N., Goldie, S.J., Danel, C., Wong, A.Y., Freedber, K.A., and Weinstein, M.C. (2012). Patient- and Population- Level Health Consequences of Discontinuing Antiretroviral Therapy in Settings with Inadequate HIV treatment Availability. Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 10(1, Sept. 19): 12.

Severin, F., Borry, P., Cornel, M., Daniels, N. (2014). Points to consider for prioritizing clinical genetic testing services: a European consensus process oriented at accountability for reasonableness. European Journal of Human Genetics 24 September online.

Chapters, Editorials, 2001-Present

Daniels, N. 2001. Reflective Equilibrium. In Encyclopedia of ethics, edited by L. C. Becker and C. B. Becker. New York: Routledge.

Daniels, N. 2001. Reflective Equilibrium. In International encyclopedia of the social & behavioral sciences, edited by N. J. Smelser and P. B. Baltes. Amsterdam; New York: Elsevier, 12872-12877.

Daniels, N., and J. E. Sabin. 2001. What are fairness and consistency in a national pharmacy benefit? Med Care 39 (4):312-4.

Sabin, J. E., and N. Daniels. 2001. Managed care: strengthening the consumer voice in managed care: I. Can the private sector meet the public-sector standard? Psychiatr Serv 52 (4):461-2; 464.

Sabin, J. E., M. F. O’Brien, and N. Daniels. 2001. Managed care: Strengthening the consumer voice in managed care: II. Moving NCQA standards from rights to empowerment. Psychiatr Serv 52 (10):1303-5.

Daniels, N. 2002. Justice, Health, and Health Care. In Medicine and social justice: essays on the distribution of health care, edited by R. Rhodes, M. P. Battin and A. Silvers. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 6-23.

Daniels, N. 2002. Managing disappointment in health care: three stories from the United States. In Hidden assets: values and decision-making in the NHS /c edited by Bill New and Julia Neuberger, edited by B. New and J. Neuberger. London: King’s Fund, 141-156.

Daniels, N., B. Kennedy, and I. Kawachi. 2002. Justice, Health, and Health Policy. In Ethical dimensions of health policy, edited by M. Danis, C. M. Clancy and L. R. Churchill. New York: Oxford University Press, 19-51.

Sabin, J. E., and N. Daniels. 2002. Managed care: strengthening the consumer voice in managed care: III. The Philadelphia Consumer Satisfaction Team. Psychiatr Serv 53 (1):23-4, 29.

Sabin, J. E., and N. Daniels. 2002. Managed care: strengthening the consumer voice in managed care: IV. The Leadership Academy Program. Psychiatr Serv 53 (4):405-6, 411.

Sabin, J. E., and N. Daniels. 2002. Managed care: Strengthening the consumer voice in managed care: V. helping professionals listen. Psychiatr Serv 53 (7):805-6, 811.

Daniels, N. 2003. Das Argument der Alterscrationierung im Ansatz der klugen Lebensplanung. In Gesundheitsversorgung im Alter: zwischen ethischer Verpflichtung und èokonomischem Zwang, edited by G. Marckmann and Robert Bosch Stiftung. Kolloquium Gesundheitsèokonomie. Stuttgart New York: Schattauer.

Daniels, N. 2003. Democratic Equality: Rawls’s Complex Egalitarianism. In The Cambridge companion to Rawls, edited by S. R. Freeman. Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 241-277.

Sabin, J. E., and N. Daniels. 2003. Ethics. In Managed behavioral health services: perspectives and practice, edited by S. Feldman. Springfield, Ill., U.S.A.: Charles C. Thomas, 190-218.

Sabin, J. E., and N. Daniels. 2003. Managed care: Strengthening the consumer voice in managed care: VII. The Georgia peer specialist program. Psychiatr Serv 54 (4):497-8.

Sabin, J. E., K. Granoff, and N. Daniels. 2003. Managed care: Strengthening the consumer voice in managed care: VI. Initial lessons from independent external review. Psychiatr Serv 54 (1):24-5.

Daniels, N. 2004. Accountability for Reasonable Limits to Care. In Policy challenges in modern health care, edited by D. Mechanic. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 228-248.

Daniels, N. 2004. The Functions of Insurance and the Fairness of Genetic Underwriting. In Genetics and life insurance: medical underwriting and social policy, edited by M. A. Rothstein. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 119-145.

Daniels, N. 2004. How to Achieve Fair Distribution of ARTs in “3 by 5″: Fair Process and Legitimacy in Patient Selection. Geneva: World Health Organization/UNAIDS. World Health Organization: Geneva, January 26-27.

Daniels, N., and W. Flores. 2004. An Evidence-Based Approach to Benchmarking Fairness in Health Sector Reform in Latin America. In Dialogo Y Cooperacion en Salud, Diez Anos De Bioetica en la OPS, edited by L. Stepke. Santiago, Chile: Organizacion Panamerica de Salud, 101-114

Daniels, N., B. Kennedy, and I. Kawachi. 2004. Health and inequality, or, why justice is good for our health. In Public health, ethics, and equity, edited by S. Anand, F. Peter and A. Sen. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 63-91.

Daniels, N., W. Flores, and J. Gomez-Jauregui. 2005. Benchmarking Fairness in Reproductive Health: Who Consultation Paper, December 1. Available at: http://www.who.int/reproductive-health/tcc/meeting_documents/daniels_et_al.pdf.

Daniels, N., R. Teagarden, and J. E. Sabin. 2005. Ethical Template for Pharmacy Benefits. In Ethics and the pharmaceutical industry, edited by M. A. Santoro and T. M. Gorrie. Cambridge; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 206-224.

Daniels, N. 2007. Another Voice: Rescuing Universal Health Care. Hastings Center Report 37 (2):3.

Daniels, N. 2008. International Health Inequalities and Global Justice. In International public health policy and ethics, edited by M. Boylan. New York: Springer, 109-130.

Daniels, N., and M. Roberts. 2008. Ethics and Healthcare Reform. In From Birth to Death and Bench to Clinic: The Hastings Center Bioethics Briefing Book for Jounalists, Policymakers, and Campaigns, edited by M. Crowley. Garrison, NY: The Hastings Center.

Daniels, N. 2009. Broken Promises: Business-Friendly Strategies that Frustrate Just Health Care. In Ethics and the business of biomedicine, edited by D. G. Arnold. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 35-64.

Daniels, N. 2009. Can anyone really be talking about ethically modifying human nature? In Human Enchancement, edited by J. Sevalescu and N. Bostrom. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 25-42.

Daniels, N., S. Rose, and E.D. Zide. 2009. Disability, Adaptation, and Inclusion. In Disability and Disadvantage: Re-examining Topics in Moral and Political Philosophy, edited by K. Brownlee and A. S. Cureton. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 54-85.

Daniels, N. 2010. Capabilities, Opportunity, and Health. In Measuring justice: primary goods and capabilities, edited by H. Brighouse and I. Robeyns. Cambridge [England]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 131-149.

Daniels, N. 2010. Justice Between Adjacent Generations: Further Thoughts. In Population and political theory, edited by J. S. Fishkin and R. E. Goodin. Chichester, U.K.; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 135-55.

Daniels, N. 2010. Reasonableness in Health Policy. Edited by D. A. Warrell, T. M. Cox and J. D. Firth. 5th ed. 3 vols. Vol. 1, Oxford Textbook of Medicine. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 54-58.

Daniels, N. 2011. International Health Inequalities and Global Justice: Toward a Middle Ground. In Global health and global health ethics, edited by S. R. Benatar and G. Brock. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 97-107.

Daniels, N. 2011. Social and Individual Responsibility for Health. In Responsibility and Distributive Justice, edited by C. Knight and Z. Stemplowska. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 266-86.

Daniels, N. 2011. Equity and Population Health: Toward a Broader Bioethics Agenda. In Public Health Ethics: Key Concepts and Issues in Policy and Practice, edited by A. Dawson. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press.

Daniels, N. 2011. International Inequalities. In Social Justic, Global Dynamics: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives (Routledge Research in International Relations Theory)ualities, edited by A. Banai, M. Ronzoni and C. Schemmel. New York; London: Routledge, 133-150.

Clarke, L., and D. Petrova. 2011. Health Justice, Equality and Fairness: Perspectives from Health Policy and Human Rights Law, an Interview with Norman Daniels and Paul Hunt. The Equal Rights Review 6:127-138.

Daniels, N. 2011. Equity and Population Health: Toward a Broader Bioethics Agenda. Hastings Center Report. 2006, 26(4): 22-35. Reprinted in Health, Politics, and Policy (SAGE Library of Political Science), edited by S. Tolleson-Rinehart and M. A. Peterson. London: Sage Publications.

Daniels, N. 2011. Treatment and Prevention: What Do We Owe Each Other? In Prevention vs. Treatment: What’s the Right Balance, edited by H. S. Faust and P. T. Menzel. New York: Oxford University Press, Chapter 8.

Daniels, N. (2012) Aging and Intergenerational Equity. In Global Agenda Council on Aging (ed.), Global Population Ageing: Peril or Promise? World Economic Forum:  pp. 29-34. http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_GAC_GlobalPopulationAgeing_Report_2012.pdf (Accessed 4 September 2012).

Committee on Valuing Community-Based, Non –Clinical Prevention Policies and Wellness Strategies and the Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice. (2012). An Integrated Framework for Assessing the Value of Community-Based Prevention. Washington, D.C.: Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.

Daniels, N. (2012).  Health. In Routledge Companion to Social and Political Philosophy, edited by F. D’Agostino and G. Gaus. NY: Routledge, pp. 732-744.

Daniels, N. (2002, 2012). Justice, Health, and Health Care. In Medicine and social justice: essays on the distribution of health care, 2nd edition, edited by R. Rhodes, M. P. Battin and A. Silvers. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 17-34.

Daniels, N. and Sabin, J. (2012). The Ethics of Accountability in Managed Care Reform. In Accountability and Responsibility in Health Care: Issues in Addressing an Emerging Global Challenge, edited by B. Rosen, A. Israeli, S. Shortell. Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific Pub. Co., pp. 67-87.

Daniels, N. (2013). Distribution of Health Care. In The International Encyclopedia of Ethics, edited by H. La Follette. London: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

Daniels, N. (2013). Equal Opportunity and Health Care. In Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine: Contemporary Readings in Bioethics, 8th edition, edited by B. Steinbock, A.J. London, and J.D. Arras. NY: McGraw-Hill, pp. 182-185.

Daniels, N. and Sabin, J. (2014). Primary Topic Article: Accountability for Reasonable Priority Setting. In Akabayashi, A. (ed.), The Future of Bioethics: International Dialogues.  New York, London: Oxford University Press, pp. 558-70.

Daniels, N. and Sabin, J. (2014). Response to Commentaries: Further Thoughts on Implementing Accountability for Reasonableness. In Akabayashi, A. (ed.), The Future of Bioethics: International Dialogues.  New York, London: Oxford University Press, pp. 590-92.

Forthcoming Publications:

Daniels, N. (2013, 2014) Global Aging and the Allocation of Health Care Across the Life Span. The American Journal of Bioethics).

Daniels, N. and Sabin, J. (2014) Primary Topic Article: Accountability for Reasonable Priority Setting. In Akabayashi, A., The Future of Bioethics: International Dialogues. New York, London: Oxford University Press. Ch. 16.1.

Daniels, N. and Sabin, J. (2014) Response to Commentaries: Further Thoughts on Implementing Accountability for Reasonableness. In Akabayashi, A., The Future of Bioethics: International Dialogues. New York, London: Oxford University Press. Ch. 16.6

Daniels, N. (Forthcoming).   Ethical Issues in Resource Allocation and Priority Setting. In Global Perspectives on Public Health Ethics: A Casebook, CDC. Ch. 3.