Health Inequality: Morality and Measurement

@inproceedings{Asada2007HealthIM,
  title={Health Inequality: Morality and Measurement},
  author={Yukiko Asada},
  year={2007}
}
In the last decade, there has been an explosion of academic interest in health inequality. Although it is seldom stated explicitly, research into this area is inexorably tied to questions of morality and ethics. In this study, Yukiko Asada seeks to acknowledge the role that morality and theories of justice play in health inequality research, and to articulate the moral philosophy underlying this field of inquiry. Comprised of two distinct parts, Health Inequality first proposes a framework for… CONTINUE READING

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