"Life-Saving Incentives: Consequences, Costs and Solutions to the Organ Shortage"
The Library of Economics and Liberty; August 3, 2009
"Response to 'Members First: The
Ethics of Donating Organs and Tissues to Groups' by Timothy M. Murphy and Robert
Alexander Tabarrok and David J. Undis
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, October 2006, Volume 15, Number 4
“Is it ethical to prioritize patients
for organ allocation according to their values about organ donation?”
Katrina A. Bramstedt
Progress in Transplantation; June 2006, Volume 16, Number 2
"Changing Organ Allocation Will
Increase Organ Supply"
David J. Undis
DePaul Law Review; Spring 2006, Volume 55, Number 3
with David J. Undis, Founder and Executive Director of LifeSharers"
Penn Bioethics Journal; 2006, Volume 2, Issue 1
Organ Supply Through Directed Donation"
David J. Undis
American Journal of Bioethics; July-August 2005, Volume 5, Number 4
"Using Reciprocity to Motivate Organ
Mark A Nadel and Carolina A. Nadel
Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics; Winter 2005, Volume V, Issue
"LifeSharers: An 'Opting
In' Paradigm Already in Operation"
Steve P. Calandrillo and David J. Undis
American Journal of Bioethics; Fall 2004, Volume 4, Number 4
”Cash for Kidneys? Using Incentives
to End America’s Organ Shortage”
Steve P. Calandrillo
George Mason Law Review; Fall 2004, Volume 13, Number 1
”A Matter of Priority: Transplanting Organs Preferentially to Registered Donors”
Adam J. Kolber
Rutgers Law Review; 2003, Volume 55