Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Justice, Inequality, and Health" by Gopal Sreenivasan

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  • Adler, N. and Newman, K. (2002). “Socioeconomic Disparities in Health: Pathways and Policies,” Health Affairs, 21: 60–76. (Scholar)
  • Adler, N. and Ostrove, J. (1999). “Socioeconomic Status and Health: What We Know and What We Don't,” in Socioeconomic Status and Health in Industrial Nations: Social, Psychological, and Biological Pathways, N. Adler et al. (eds.), New York: New York Academy of Sciences. (Scholar)
  • Anand, S. (2004). “The Concern for Equity in Health,” in Anand et al (eds.) 2004: 15–20. (Scholar)
  • Anand, S. and Peter, F. (2000). “Equal Opportunity,” in Is inequality bad for our health?, eds. J. Cohen and J. Rogers. Boston: Beacon Press. (Scholar)
  • Anand, S., Peter, F., and Sen, A. (eds.) (2004). Public Health, Ethics, and Equity, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • Anand, S., Diderichsen, F., Evans, T., Shkolnikov, V., and Wirth, M. (2001). “Measuring Disparities in Health: Methods and Indicators,” in T. Evans et al. (eds.) 2001: 49–67. (Scholar)
  • Anderson, E. (1999). “What is the Point of Equality?,” Ethics, 109: 287–337. (Scholar)
  • Arneson, R. (2000). “Luck Egalitarianism and Prioritarianism,” Ethics, 110: 339–49. (Scholar)
  • Asada, Y. (2013). “A Summary Measure of Health Inequalities,” in Eyal et al. (eds.) 2013: 37–51. (Scholar)
  • Backlund, E., Sorlie, P., and Johnson, N. (1999). “A comparison of the relationships of education and income with mortality: the national longitudinal mortality study,” Social Science and Medicine, 49: 1373–84.
  • Brighouse, H. and Swift, A. (2006). “Equality, Priority, and Positional Goods,” Ethics, 116: 471–97. (Scholar)
  • Brunner, E. and Marmot, M. (1999). “Social organization, stress, and health,” in Marmot and Wilkinson, eds. (1999). (Scholar)
  • Buchanan, A. (1984). “The Right to a Decent Minimum of Health Care,” Philosophy & Public Affairs, 13: 55–78. (Scholar)
  • Cohen, S., Line, S., Manuck, S., Rabin, B., Heise, E., and Kaplan, J. (1997). “Chronic Social Stress, Social Status, and Susceptibility to Upper Respiratory Infections in Nonhuman Primates,” Psychosomatic Medicine, 59: 213–21. (Scholar)
  • Crimmins, E. and Saito, Y. (2001). “Trends in healthy life expectancy in the United States, 1970–1990: gender, racial, and educational differences,” Social Science and Medicine, 52: 1629–41. (Scholar)
  • Culyer, A. and Wagstaff, A. (1993). “Equity and equality in health and health care,” Journal of Health Economics, 12: 431–57. (Scholar)
  • Cutler, D., Lleras-Muney, A., and Vogl, T. (2011). “Socioeconomic status and health: Dimensions and mechanisms,” in Oxford Handbook of Health Economics, eds. S. Glied and P.C. Smith. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • Dahlgren, G. and Whitehead, M. (1991). Policies and Strategies to Promote Social Equality in Health, Stockholm: Institute of Future Studies. (Scholar)
  • Daniels, N. (2008). Just Health: Meeting Health Needs Fairly, New York: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • ––– (1985). Just Health Care, New York: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • Daniels, N., Kennedy, B., and Kawachi, I. (2000). “Why Justice is Good for our Health,” in Is inequality bad for our health?, eds. J. Cohen and J. Rogers. Boston: Beacon Press. (Scholar)
  • Deaton, A. (2013). “What does the empirical evidence tell us about the injustice of health inequalities?,” in Eyal et al. (eds.) 2013: 263–281. (Scholar)
  • ––– (2003). “Health, Inequality, and Economic Development,” Journal of Economic Literature, 41: 113–58. (Scholar)
  • ––– (2002). “Policy Implications of the Health and Wealth Gradient,” Health Affairs, 21: 13–30. (Scholar)
  • Dworkin, R. (2000). Sovereign Virtue, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. (Scholar)
  • Elo, I. and Preston, S. (1996). “Educational differences in mortality: United States, 1975–1989,” Social Science and Medicine, 42: 47–57. (Scholar)
  • Evans, R., Hodge, M., and Pless, I. (1994). “If Not Genetics, Then What? Biological Pathways and Population Health,” in Why Are Some People Healthy and Others Not?, R. Evans et al. (eds.), New York: de Gruyter. (Scholar)
  • Evans, T., Whitehead, M., Diderichsen, F., Bhuiya, A., and Wirth, M. (eds.) (2001). Challenging Inequities in Health: From Ethics to Action, New York: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • Eyal, N. (2013). “Leveling down health,” in Eyal et al. (eds.) 2013: 197–213. (Scholar)
  • Eyal, N., Hurst, S., O. Norheim, and Wikler, D. (eds.) (2013). Inequalities in Health: Concepts, Measure, and Ethics, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • Gibbard, A. (1984). “Health Care and the Prospective Pareto Principle,” Ethics, 94: 261–82. (Scholar)
  • Hausman, D. (2013). “Egalitarian critiques of health inequalities,” in Eyal et al. (eds.) 2013: 95–112. (Scholar)
  • ––– (2007). “What's wrong with health inequalities?,” Journal of political philosophy, 15(1): 46–66. (Scholar)
  • Huisman, M., Kunst, A., Bopp, M., Borgan, J.K., Borrell, C., Costa, G., Deboosere, P., Gadeyne, S., Glickman, M., Marinacci, C., Minder, C., Regidor, E., Valkonen, T., Mackenbach, J. (2005). “Educational inequalities in cause-specific mortality in middle-aged and older men and women in eight western European populations,” Lancet, 365: 493–500. (Scholar)
  • Kamm, F. (2004). “Deciding Whom to Help, Health-Adjusted Life Years and Disabilities,” in Anand et al. (eds.) 2004: 225–42. (Scholar)
  • Kawachi, I., Kennedy, B., and Wilkinson, R. (eds.) (1999). Income Inequality and Health: A Reader, New York: New Press. (Scholar)
  • Kunst, A. and Mackenbach, J. (1994). “The Size of Mortality Differences Associated with Educational Level in Nine Industrialized Countries,” American Journal of Public Health, 84: 932–37. (Scholar)
  • Le Grand, J. (2013). “Individual responsibility, Health, and Health Care,” in Eyal et al. (eds.) 2013: 299–306. (Scholar)
  • ––– (1987). “Equity, health, and health care,” Social justice research, 1: 257–274. (Scholar)
  • Leon, D. and Walt, G. (eds.) (2001). Poverty, Inequality, and Health: An International Perspective, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • Lippert-Rasmussen, K. (2013). “When Group Measures of Health Should Matter,” in Eyal et al. (eds.) 2013: 52–65. (Scholar)
  • Marmot, M. (2004). The status syndrome, New York: Henry Holt. (Scholar)
  • ––– (2001). “Inequalities in health,” New England Journal of Medicine, 345: 134–6. (Scholar)
  • ––– (2000). “Multilevel Approaches to Understanding Social Determinants,” in Social Epidemiology, eds. L. Berkman and I. Kawachi. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • Marmot, M., Bosma, H., Hemingway, H., Brunner, E., and Stansfeld, S. (1997). “Contribution of job control and other risk factors to social variations in coronary heart disease incidence,” Lancet, 350: 235–39. (Scholar)
  • Marmot, M., Rose, G., Shipley, M., and Hamilton, P. (1978). “Employment grade and coronary heart disease in British civil servants,” Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 32: 244–49. (Scholar)
  • Marmot, M., Shipley, M., and Rose, G. (1984). “Inequalities in Death—Specific Explanations of a General Pattern?,” Lancet, 323: 1003–6. (Scholar)
  • Marmot, M. and Wilkinson, R. (eds.) (1999). Social Determinants of Health, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • McDonough, P., Duncan, G., Williams, D., and House, J. (1997). “Income Dynamics and Adult Mortality in the United States, 1972 through 1989,” American Journal of Public Health, 87: 1476–83. (Scholar)
  • McEwen, B. (1998). “Protective and damaging effects of stress mediators,” New England Journal of Medicine, 338: 171–79. (Scholar)
  • Murray, C., Kulkarni, S., Michaud, C., Tomijima, N., Bulzacchelli, M., Iandiorio, T., and Ezzati, M. (2006). “Eight Americas: investigating mortality disparities across races, counties, and race-counties in the United States,” PLoS Medicine, 3(9): e260. (Scholar)
  • Murray, C., Frenk, J., and Gakidou, E. (2001). “Measuring health inequality: challenges and new directions,” in Leon and Walt, eds. (2001): 194–216. (Scholar)
  • Murray, C., Gakidou, E., and Frenk, J. (1999). “Health inequalities and social group differences: What should we measure?,” Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 77: 537–543. (Scholar)
  • Parfit, D. (2001). “Equality or Priority?,” in Bioethics, ed. J. Harris. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 347–86. (Scholar)
  • Peter, F. (2004). “Health Equity and Social Justice,” in Anand et al. (eds.) 2004: 93–105. (Scholar)
  • Rawls, J. (1971). A Theory of Justice, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. (Scholar)
  • Sapolsky, R. (1993). “Endocrinology Alfresco: Psychoendocrine Studies of Wild Baboons,” Recent Progress in Hormone Research, 48: 437–68. (Scholar)
  • Sapolsky, R. and Mott, G. (1987). “Social subordinance in wild baboons is associated with suppressed high density lipoprotein-cholesterol concentrations: the possible role of chronic stress,” Endocrinology, 121: 1605–10. (Scholar)
  • Segall, S. (2010). Health, Luck, and Justice, Princeton: Princeton University Press. (Scholar)
  • Sen, A. (1992). “Missing women,” BMJ, 304: 586–7. (Scholar)
  • Shively, C. and Clarkson, T. (1994). “Social status and coronary artery atherosclerosis in female monkeys,” Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis and Vascular Biology, 14: 721–26. (Scholar)
  • Sreenivasan, G. (2009a). “Ethics and epidemiology: the income debate,” Public Health Ethics, 2: 45–52. (Scholar)
  • ––– (2009b). “Ethics and epidemiology: residual health inequalities,” Public Health Ethics, 2: 244–49. (Scholar)
  • ––– (2007a). “Health care and equality of opportunity,” Hastings Center Report, 37(2): 21–31. (Scholar)
  • ––– (2007b). “Health and justice in our non-ideal world,” Politics, Philosophy & Economics, 6: 218–36. (Scholar)
  • ––– (2001). “Opportunity is not the key,” American Journal of Bioethics, 1(2): 1b–2b. (Scholar)
  • Temkin, L. (1993). Inequality, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • van Rossum, C., Shipley, M., van de Mheen, H., Grobbee, D., and Marmot, M. (2000). “Employment grade differences in cause specific mortality,” Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 54: 178–84. (Scholar)
  • Wang, H., Schumacher, A., Levitz, C., Mokdad, A., and Murray, C. (2013). “Left behind: widening disparities for males and females in US county life expectancy, 1985–2010,” Population Health Metrics, 11: 8. (Scholar)
  • Wikler, D. (2004). “Personal and Social Responsibility for Health,” in Anand et al. (eds.) 2004: 109–34. (Scholar)
  • Wilkinson, R. (1996). Unhealthy societies: The afflictions of inequality, London: Routledge. (Scholar)
  • Wilkinson, R., and Marmot, M. (eds.) (2003). Social determinants of health: The solid facts, 2nd ed. Copenhagen: World Health Organization. (Scholar)
  • WHO (2013). World Health Statistics 2013, Geneva: World Health Organization. (Scholar)

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