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A Randomized Experiment of the Split Benefit Health Insurance Reform to Reduce High-Cost, Low Value Consumption, 1 Innovation & Entrepreneurship in Health 5 (2014) (co-author, with David V. Yokum, Nimish Sheth, & Keith Joiner).
Heterogeneity in IRB Policies with Regard to Disclosures about Payment for Participation in Recruitment Materials, 42 J.L. Med. & Ethics 375 (2014) (co-author, with Megan S. Wright).
Distributions of Industry Payments to Massachusetts Physicians, New Eng. J. Med. (May 1, 2013), http://www.nejm.org/doi/pdf/10.1056/NEJMp1302723 (coauthor, with Aaron S. Kesselheim, et al.).
The Split Benefit: The Painless Way to Put Skin Back in the Health Care Game, 98 Cornell L. Rev. 921 (2013).
A Big Picture View of What Could Be Done About the Institutional Corruption of Medicine, Jotwell, http://health.jotwell.com/a-big-picture-view-of-what-could-be-done-about... (Nov. 15, 2013) (reviewing Marc A. Rodwin, Conflicts of Interest, Institutional Corruption, and Pharma: An Agenda for Reform, 40 J.L. Med. & Ethics 511 (2012)).
The Effect of Blinded Experts on Jurors’ Verdicts, 9 J. Empirical Legal Stud. 765 (2012) (co-author, with David V. Yokum).
Effect of Financial Relationships on the Behavior of Healthcare Professionals, 40 J.L. Med. & Ethics 452 (2012) (co-author, with Susannah Rose & Aaron S. Kesselheim).
Contingent Compensation of Post-Conviction Counsel: A Modest Proposal to Identify Meritorious Claims and Reduce Wasteful Government Spending, 64 Me. L. Rev. 513 (2012).
A Randomized Study of How Physicians Interpret Research Funding Disclosures, 369 New Eng. J. Med. 1119 (2012) (co-author, with Aaron S. Kesselheim, et al.).
The Inability of Jurors to Self-Diagnose Bias, Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No. 12-35 (2012) (co-author, with David Yokum & Matt Palmer).
Blind Expertise, 85 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 174 (2010).
Why Intuitionism and Metaphysics Are Wrong for Health Law, 11 Am. J. Bioethics 18 (2009).
Get Sick, Get Out: The Medical Causes of Home Foreclosures, 18 Health Matrix 65 (2008).
Making Pragmatism Practicable for the Institutional Review Board, 8 Am. J. Bioethics 49 (2008).
A Reply to David Undis, 49 Jurimetrics J. 3 (2008).
From Freeriders to Fairness: Towards a Cooperative System for Organ Transplantation, 48 Jurimetrics 1 (2007).
The Consequences of Qualified Confidentiality, 6 Am. J. Bioethics 31 (2006).
Who is Really Hurt Anyway? The Problem of Organ Solicitation, 5 Am. J. Bioethics 15 (2005).
Recent Developments in Embryonic Stem Cell Policy: Can Science Resolve The Ethical Problems It Creates?, 33 J. Law, Med. & Ethics 384 (2005).
Organ Advertising: Desperate Patients Solicit Volunteers, 33 J. Law, Med. & Ethics 170 (2005).
Framing the Organ Issue: Altruism or Cooperation, 4 Am. J. Bioethics 46 (2004).
The Notion of Sovereign Exclusive Dominion for Global Political Justice, 20 Southwest Phil. Rev. 231 (2004).
Slote on Ordinary Moral Thought and Theorization, 19 Southwest Phil. Rev. 190 (2003).