Title: Herbert A. Simon and Hilldale Professor, Philosophy
Interests: Questions concerning the concept of health, the allocation of health care
resources, and the role of preferences in measuring health and setting
Office:Room 5197, Helen C. White Hall
Ph.D., Columbia University, Philosophy, 1978
M.Phil., Columbia University, Philosophy, 1975
M.A.T., New York University, Teaching, 1971
B.A., Harvard University, English History and Literature, 1969
Daniel M. Hausman, Preference, Value, Choice, and Welfare (Cambridge University Press, 2011).
Daniel M. Hausman and Michael S. McPherson, Economic Analysis, Moral Philosophy and Public Policy, 2nd Edition (Cambridge University Press, 2011).
Daniel M. Hausman and Matt Sensat Waldren, "Egalitarianism Reconsidered," Journal of Moral Philosophy 8:4 (2011), 567-586.
Daniel M. Hausman, "A Lockean Argument for Universal Access to Health Care," Social Philosophy and Policy 28:2 (2011), 166-91.
Daniel M. Hausman, "Valuing Health: A New Proposal," Health Economics 19:3 (2010), 280-96.
Daniel M. Hausman, "Valuing Health," Philosophy and Public Affairs 34(2006): 246-74 34:3 (2006), 246-74.
Philosophy 341: Contemporary Moral Issues
Philosophy 524: Philosophy of Economics
Philosophy 555: Political Philosophy