Jonathan Anomaly

Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science

I work mostly on issues at the intersection of ethics and economics, including how we should respond to the under-consumption of vaccines and the over-consumption of antibiotics, and whether the market for biomedical enhancements should be regulated in any way. More generally, my research focuses on collective action problems.  I recently co-edited the first major anthology in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (Oxford University Press, 2015).
I am a core faculty member in the Philosophy, Politics, & Economics program at Duke and UNC, and the faculty sponsor of the Duke PPE club.  The Duke/UNC PPE program co-convenes its classes, and jointly sponsors conferences and speaking events throughout the year.  We also co-sponsor the Hayek Lecture Series at Duke.

Anomaly, J, Brennan, G, Brennan, POSAPTG, Munger, MC, and Sayre-McCord, G. Philosophy, Politics, and Economics An Anthology. Oxford University Press, USA, June 29, 2015.

Anomaly, J. "Race Research and the Ethics of Belief." Journal of bioethical inquiry (March 15, 2017). Full Text

Anomaly, J. "What's Wrong With Factory Farming?." Public Health Ethics 8.3 (November 1, 2015): 246-254. Full Text Open Access Copy

Anomaly, J. "Trust, Trade, and Progress." (May 24, 2015).

Anomaly, J. "Public goods and government action." Politics, Philosophy & Economics 14.2 (May 1, 2015): 109-128. Full Text Open Access Copy

Anomaly, J, and Brennan, G. "Social Norms, the Invisible Hand, and the Law." (December 22, 2014). Open Access Copy

Anomaly, J. "Public goods and procreation." Monash bioethics review 32.3-4 (September 2014): 172-188. Full Text Open Access Copy

Anomaly, J. "Genes, race, and the ethics of belief." The Hastings Center report 44.5 (September 2014): 50-51. Full Text Open Access Copy

Anomaly, J. "What is an epidemic? Currents in contemporary bioethics." The Journal of law, medicine & ethics : a journal of the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics 42.3 (January 2014): 389-391. Full Text Open Access Copy