Jonathan Marks

Professor of Bioethics, Humanities and Law

Publication Tags

Health Public Health Food Opioid Analgesics Epidemics Canada Opioid Epidemic Law Conflict Of Interest Disclosure Dexfenfluramine Human Rights Compromise Professional Ethics Private Sector Industry Pharmaceutical Preparations Physicians Natural Gas Obesity Medical Care Poverty Costs Personal Autonomy Ethics

Most Recent Papers

COVID-19, Pandemic Triage, and the Polymorphism of Justice

Jonathan H. Marks, 2020, American Journal of Bioethics on p. 103-106

Lessons from Corporate Influence in the Opioid Epidemic: Toward a Norm of Separation

Jonathan H. Marks, 2020, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry on p. 173-189

Beyond Disclosure: Developing Law and Policy to Tackle Corporate Influence

Jonathan H. Marks, 2020, American Journal of Law and Medicine on p. 275-296

Are Corporations Nudging the Nudgers?

Jonathan H. Marks, 2019, American Journal of Bioethics on p. 70-72

Opioid crisis shows partnering with industry can be bad for public health

Jonathan Marks, 2019, The Conversation

The Perils of Partnership: Industry Influence, Institutional Integrity, and Public Health

Jonathan Marks, 2019, on p. 256 pages

The ethics of compromise

Jonathan Harold Marks, 2017, Journal of Medical Ethics on p. 267-268

Caveat partner

Jonathan H. Marks, 2017, American Journal of Public Health on p. 360-361

Which will Trump

Jonathan H. Marks, 2017, Medicine, Conflict and Survival on p. 4-17

Toward a Systemic Ethics of Public-Private Partnerships Related to Food and Health

Jonathan Marks, 2015, on p. 92-124

Most-Cited Papers

Toward a systemic ethics of public-private partnerships related to food and health

Jonathan H. Marks, 2014, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal on p. 267-299

Shifting the Focus

Jonathan H. Marks, Donald B. Thompson, 2011, American Journal of Bioethics on p. 44-46

Lessons from Corporate Influence in the Opioid Epidemic: Toward a Norm of Separation

Jonathan H. Marks, 2020, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry on p. 173-189

Objects Closer Than They Appear

Jonathan Harold Marks, 2013, American Journal of Bioethics on p. 23-25

Caveat partner

Jonathan H. Marks, 2017, American Journal of Public Health on p. 360-361

On regularity and regulation, health claims and hype

Jonathan H. Marks, 2011, Hastings Center Report on p. 11-12

Silencing Marcellus

Jonathan H. Marks, 2014, Hastings Center Report on p. 8-10

Which will Trump

Jonathan H. Marks, 2017, Medicine, Conflict and Survival on p. 4-17

Beyond Disclosure: Developing Law and Policy to Tackle Corporate Influence

Jonathan H. Marks, 2020, American Journal of Law and Medicine on p. 275-296

The Undocumented Unwell

Jonathan H. Marks, 2013, Hastings Center Report on p. 10-11