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Starr Paul (Старр Пол)

Обновлено: 09-12-2010
Образование бакалавр [Columbia University , 1970]
PhD: sociology [Harvard University , 1978]
Место работы Princeton University / Professor of sociology and public affairs

Профессиональные интересы:
Political sociology, privatization, communication and information, health care.



  • The Creation of the Media: Political Origins of Modern Communications (Basic Books, 2004). Goldsmith Book Prize.
  • The Logic of Health Care Reform, rev. and enlarged edition (Penguin, 1994); orig. ed. (Grand Rounds Press, 1992).
  • The Politics of Numbers (Russell Sage, 1987), edited with William Alonso.
  • The Social Transformation of American Medicine (Basic Books, 1982 [actually published in January 1983]).
  • The Discarded Army: Veterans After Vietnam (Charterhouse, 1974), assisted by James Henry and Raymond Bonner. Introduction by Ralph Nader. The University Crisis Reader, 2 vols., edited with Immanuel Wallerstein (Random House, 1971). Up Against the Ivy Wall, with Jerry Avorn and others(Atheneum, 1968).


  • “Social Transformation Twenty Years On,”  Journal of Health Policy, Politics, and Law 29 (4/5, 2004), 1005-1019.
  • “Health Care’s Big Choice,” The American Prospect 10 (October 2004), 30-33.
  • “The Great Telecom Implosion,” The American Prospect (September 9, 2002), 20-24.
  • “Health Care Reform and the New Economy,” Health Affairs 19 (November-December 2000), 23-32.
  • “The Electronic Commons,” The American Prospect (March 27-April 10, 2000), 30-34.
  •  "Health and the Right to Privacy,"American Journal of Law and Medicine 25 (1999), 193-202.
  • "An Emerging Democratic Majority," The American Prospect no. 35 (November-December 1997): 18-27.
  • "Smart Technology, Stunted Policy: Developing Health Information Networks," Health Affairs 15 (May-Jun 1997), 91-105.
  •  "Computing Our Way to Educational Reform," The American Prospect no. 27 (July-August 1996): 50-59.
  • "Reinventing Vital Statistics: The Impact of Changes in Information Technology, Welfare Policy, and Health Care," Public Health Reports 110 (September/October 1995): 534-544.
  • "What Happened to Health Care Reform?" The American Prospect no. 20 (Winter 1995): 20-31. "Seductions of Sim: Policy as a Simulation Game," The American Prospect no. 17 (Spring 1994): 19-29.
  • "Delivering Health Reform," The American Prospect, no. 16 (Winter 1994): 32-41.
  • "For the Clinton Plan," The New Republic (December 6, 1993): 28-31.
  • "The Framework of Health Care Reform," New England Journal of Medicine 329 (November 25, 1993): 1666-1672.
  • "Bridge to Compromise: Competition Under a Budget," Health Affairs (Supplement 1993): 7-23 [with Walter A. Zelman].
  • "Design of Health Insurance Purchasing Cooperatives," Health Affairs (Supplement 1993): 58-64.
  •  "Healthy Compromise: Universal Coverage and Managed Competition Under a Cap," The American Prospect No. 12 (Winter 1993): 44-52.
  • "The Politics of Health Care Inequalities," in David E. Rogers and Eli Ginzberg, eds., Medical Care and the Health of the Poor (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1993), 21-32.
  • "Social Categories and Claims in the Liberal State," Social Research 59 (Summer 1992): 263-95;
  • "Liberalism After Socialism," The American Prospect, no. 7 (Fall 1991): 70-80.
  • "Can Government Work?" The American Prospect no. 2 (Summer 1990): 38-50.
  • "The New Life of the Liberal State: Privatization and the Restructuring of State-Society Relations" in John Waterbury and Ezra Suleiman, eds., Public Enterprise and Privatization (Westview, 1990), 22-54.
  •  “The Meaning of Privatization," Yale Law and Policy Review 6 (1988): 6-41.
  • "Social Security and the American Public Household," in Theodore Marmor and Jerry L. Mashaw, eds., Social Security: Beyond the Rhetoric of Crisis (Princeton University Press, 1988), 119-48.
  • "The Limits of Privatization," in Steve Hanke, ed., Prospects for Privatization (Academy of Political Science, 1987): 124-137.
  • "Health Care and the Boundaries of Politics," with Ellen Immergut, in Charles Maier, ed., The Changing Boundaries of the Political (Cambridge University Press, 1987), 221-254.
  • "The Sociology of Official Statistics," in Alonso and Starr, eds., The Politics of Numbers, 7-57.
  • "Who Will Have the Numbers? The Rise of the Statistical Services Industry and the Politics of Public Data," with Ross Corson, in Alonso and Starr, eds., The Politics of Numbers, 415-447.
  • "Health Care for the Poor: The Past Twenty Years," in Sheldon Danziger and Daniel Weinberg, eds., Fighting Poverty: What Works and What Doesn't (Harvard University Press, 1986), 106-32.
  • "The United States: A Social Forcast" (with Theodore Marmor) in Jean de Kervasdoue, et al., eds., The End of an Illusion: The Future of Health Policy in Western Industrialized Nations (University of California Press, 1985).  
  • "The Laissez-Faire Elixir," The New Republic, April 18, 1983.
  • "Medical Care and the Pursuit of Equality in America," in President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research, Securing Access to Health Care, v. 2, Appendices, 2-22.
  • "The Electronic Reader," Daedalus 112 (Winter 1983): 143-56.
  • "Evolution in Defeat: The Changing Objective of National Health Insurance, 1915-1980," American Journal of Public Health 72 (January 1982): 78-88.
  • "The Phantom Community," in John Case and Rosemary Taylor, eds., Co-ops, Communes and Collectives: Social Experiments from the 1960s and 1970s (Pantheon, 1979).
  • "Medicine and the Waning of Professional Sovereignty," Daedalus, Winter 1978.
  • "Medicine, Economy and Society in Nineteenth-Century America," Journal of Social History, Summer 1977.
  • "The Undelivered Health System," The Public Interest, Winter 1976.
  • "The Doctors' Discomfort," The New Republic, June 10, 1975. "The New Medicine," The New Republic, April 19, 1975.
  • "A National Health Program: Organizing Diversity," Hastings Center Report, February 1975.
  • "The Edge of Social Science," Harvard Educational Review 44 (November 1974): 393-415.


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