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1. Cattapan A, Browne K, Halperin DM, Di Castri A., Fullsack P., Graham, J. Langley JM, Taylor BA, McNeil SA, SA Halperin. "Motivation for Participating in Phase 1 Vaccine Trials: Comparison of an Influenza and Ebola Randomized Control Trial." Vaccine 35.2 (2019): 289-295.


2. "Why Should We Team Reason?" Economics and Philosophy 34.2 (2018): 185-198.

3. "Voluntary Sterilisation and Access to IVF." Journal of Medical Ethics 44 (2018): 262-265. 

4. "Reason and Pareto‐Optimization." Southern Journal of Philosophy 55.2 (2017): 196-213.

5. Tangwa, Godfrey B., Katharine Browne, and Doris Schroeder. “Ebola Vaccine Trials.” Ethics Dumping: Case Studies from North-South Research Collaborations, eds. Doris Schroeder, Julie Cook, François Hirsch, Solveig Fenet, and Vasantha Muthuswamy, 2017: 49-60.

6. "The Measles and Free Riders: California's Mandatory Vaccination Law."  Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 25, no.3 (July 2016): 472-478.

7."Why Governance? A Challenge to Good Governance of Biobanks." Monash Bioethics Review 33.4 (2015): 295-300. 


8. "Two Problems of Cooperation.” What Makes Us Moral: On the Capacities and Conditions for Being Moral, eds. Bert Musschenga and Anton Harskamp. Springer Publishers (2013): 31-50.

9. “Morality, Prudential Rationality, and Cheating” (with Alister Browne). Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 16.1 (2007): 53-62. 





1. "Vaccine Injury Compensation and the Common Good," Impact Ethics: Making a Difference in Bioethics. 13 May 2016.


2. “Voluntary Sterilization, Personal Responsibility, and IVF Coverage,” Impact Ethics: Making a Difference in Bioethics. 17 March 2015.


3. “Measles, Vaccination, and the Tragedy of the Commons,” Hastings Center Bioethics Forum.  25 February 2015.


4. “The Cost of Paying for Performance,” Impact Ethics: Making a Difference in Bioethics. 11 July 2014.


* I have omitted from this list papers that are currently under review. 

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