Associate Professor of Sociology
Much of my research has been about exchange in human blood and organs, cultural goods, software, and ideas. My current work focuses on the moral order of market society, the effect of models and measurement on social classification, and the link between those two topics, especially in the consumer credit market. I’m also interested in techniques and methods for data visualization.
Krawiec, K, and Healy, K. "Organ Entrepreneurs (Accepted)." The Handbook on Law and Entrepreneurship. Cambridge University Press, 2017. (Chapter)
Healy, K. "Sociology." A Companion to Contemporary Political Philosophy. Ed. RE Goodin, P Pettit, and T Pogge. Blackwell, New York, 2008. 90–122-90–122.
Healy, K. "Sacred Markets and Secular Ritual in the Organ Transplant Industry." The Sociology of the Economy. Ed. F Dobbin. Russell Sage Foundation, February 12, 2004. 336-359.
Healy, K. "Sacred markets and secular ritual in the organ transplant industry." The Sociology of the Economy. January 1, 2004. 308-332.
Healy, K. "Wage Growth and Labor Decline in the Industrialized Democracies, 1965-1993." Unemployment in the New Europe. Ed. N Bermeo. Cambridge University Press, August 27, 2001.
Healy, K. "The New Institutionalism and Irish Social Policy." Social Policy in Ireland: Principles, Practice and Problems. Ed. S Healy and B Reynolds. Dublin, Ireland: Oak Tree Press. 59-83.
Healy, K, and Krawiec, KD. "Repugnance Management and Transactions in the Body." American Economic Review 107.5 (May 2017): 86-90. Full Text
Krawiec, K, and Healy, K. "Repugnance Management and Transactions in the Body." American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings 107 (2017): 1-5.
Fourcade, M, and Healy, K. "Classification situations: Life-chances in the Neoliberal Era." Historical Social Research 42.1 (January 1, 2017): 23-51. Full Text
Fourcade, M, and Healy, K. "Classification situations: Life-chances in the neoliberal era." Accounting, Organizations and Society 38.8 (January 1, 2013): 559-572. Full Text
Healy, K, and Krawiec, KD. "Custom, contract, and kidney exchange." Duke Law J 62.3 (2012): 645-670.