Commentary on Hey and Kimmelman.

Abstract

Hey and Kimmelman’s argument against outcomeadaptive randomization reminded me of a review, published a few years ago in this journal, of the concepts of individual and collective ethics. The review concluded that ‘‘Individual and collective ethics do not solve the problem of how to use the accumulating data to inform ethical action. The notions of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1740774515568916

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