46.1 - Conventions, Health and Society
Special Issue – Conventions, Health and Society – Convention Theory as an Institutionalist Approach to the Political Economy of Health. (Philippe Batifoulier & Rainer Diaz-Bone)
- Philippe Batifoulier & Rainer Diaz-Bone: Perspectives on the Economics and Sociology of Health. Contributions from the Institutionalist Approach of Economics of Convention – An Introduction.
- Philippe Batifoulier, Jean-Paul Domin & Amandine Rauly: Erosion of Solidarity in France and Welfare Conventions: The New Role of Complementary Health Insurance.
- Philippe Batifoulier, Louise Braddock, Victor Duchesne, Ariane Ghirardello & John Latsis: Targeting “Lifestyle” Conditions. What Justifications for Treatment?
- Nicolas Da Silva: The Industrialization of “Liberal Medicine” in France. A Labor Quality Conventions Approach.
- Peter Streckeisen: Medicine and Economic Knowledge: The Relevance of Career in the Study of Transformations in the Healthcare System.
- Tine Hanrieder & Eloisa Montt Maray: Digitalizing Community Health Work: A Struggle over the Values of Global Health Policy.
- Eva Nadai, Anna Gonon, Robin Hübscher & Anna John: The Social Organization of Work Incapacity. Incapacities in the Swiss Social Insurance System and in the Workplace.
- Anne Vatter & Walter Bartl: Justifying Physical Activity (Dis-)Engagements: Fitness Centers and the Latent Expectations of (Former) Members.
- Johannes Achatz, Stefan Selke & Nele Wulf: Adjusting Reality. The Contingency Dilemma in the Context of Popularised Practices of Digital Self-Tracking of Health Data.
- Valeska Cappel: The Plurality of Daily Digital Health. The Emergence of a New Form of Health Coordination.
- Eryk Noji, Karolin Kappler & Uwe Vormbusch: Situating Conventions of Health: Transformations, Inaccuracies, and the Limits of Measuring in the Field of Self-Tracking.
- Rainer Diaz-Bone: Economics of Convention Meets Canguilhem.