Kristin Voigt is currently a Senior Researcher at the Ethox Centre.
Kristin’s work applies her interests in political theory (especially egalitarian theories of justice) to questions around population health and health policy.
Her recent and ongoing projects address issues such as conceptions of health (in)equality and the social determinants of health; the relationship between distributive and relational theories of equality; the measurement of health loss at the global level and the use of global health data in decisions about resource allocation and priority-setting; the use of incentives to improve health outcomes; and concerns about equality that arise in connection with specific health policies and interventions (particularly in relation to smoking and obesity).
A list of Kristin’s publications is available at https://oxford.academia.edu/KristinVoigt
The case for banning cigarettes
Grill K. and Voigt K., (2016), Journal of Medical Ethics, 42, 293 - 301
Smoking Norms and the Regulation of E-Cigarettes
Voigt K., (2015), American Journal of Public Health, 105, 1967 - 1972
Health and Social Justice: Which Inequalities Matter (Most)? Response to Open Peer Commentaries on “The Social Determinants of Health: Why Should We Care?”
Preda A. and Voigt K., (2015), The American Journal of Bioethics, 15, W1 - W3
The Social Determinants of Health: Why Should We Care?
Preda A. and Voigt K., (2015), The American Journal of Bioethics, 15, 25 - 36
RELATIONAL EQUALITY AND HEALTH
Voigt K. and Wester G., (2015), Social Philosophy and Policy, 31, 204 - 229