Tag: Doug MacKay
You can only save one— who do you choose?
You can only save one— who do you choose? TED-Ed Animations, December 21, 2021
Justice, Inequality, and Health
First published Tue Dec 23, 2008; substantive revision Mon Nov 1, 2021 Among American men, there is a 14.6 year difference in life expectancy between the top 1% and the bottom 1% of the income distribution (Chetty et al. 2016). Among American women, the corresponding difference is 10.1 years. In a recent survey, 38.2% of … Continued
Public Policy Experiments Ethical Challenges & Paths Forward.
Public Policy Experiments Ethical Challenges & Paths Forward. Wake Forest University Center for Bioethics, Health & Society, November 11, 2021
Ethics in Research
Ethics in Research. OTT 2020 Conference, OnThinkTanks.org, November 10, 2021
Paying for Fairness? Incentives and Fair Subject Selection
Reconsidering Scarce Drug Rationing: Implications for Clinical Research
Hospital systems commonly face the challenge of determining just ways to allocate scarce drugs during national shortages. There is no standardised approach of how this should be instituted, but principles of distributive justice are commonly used so that patients who are most likely to benefit from the drug receive it. As a result, clinical indications, … Continued
Doug MacKay Interviewed for UNC’s The Well
Doug Makay was interviewed by Logan Ward for the February 23rd issue of UNC’s The Well on “The Pros and Cons of Universal Basic Income.” The idea of governments giving residents no-strings-attached cash payments is picking up steam, due in part to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Last June, Mayor Michael Tubbs of … Continued
The Ethics of Public Policy Research, Conversations about Research Ethics (CARE) Panel
The Ethics of Public Policy Research, Conversations about Research Ethics (CARE) Panel, Center for Ethics and Human Values, The Ohio State University, January 22, 2021
Ethical Challenges in the Development and Distribution of a COVID-19 Vaccine.
Ethical Challenges in the Development and Distribution of a COVID-19 Vaccine. Carolina Public Humanities, Fayetteville Technical Community College December 4, 2020