In 2012, almost 4,500 people died in the United States while waiting for kidney transplants. In 2013, 4,100 died in the European Union while officially placed on waiting lists. To solve this problem, there are essentially two ethi-cally acceptable solutions; but both have, in their current state, disadvantages. The first solution would be having financial incentives for living organ transfer. The second one would be adopting a model, like the Spanish or Cro-atian ones, which we can denominate as the «imperfect altruistic» model.

maniaci, g. (2020). ¿Incentivos económicos a la cesión de órganos entre vivos?*. DOXA, 43(1), 341-368.

¿Incentivos económicos a la cesión de órganos entre vivos?*

maniaci, giorgio
2020

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In 2012, almost 4,500 people died in the United States while waiting for kidney transplants. In 2013, 4,100 died in the European Union while officially placed on waiting lists. To solve this problem, there are essentially two ethi-cally acceptable solutions; but both have, in their current state, disadvantages. The first solution would be having financial incentives for living organ transfer. The second one would be adopting a model, like the Spanish or Cro-atian ones, which we can denominate as the «imperfect altruistic» model.
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maniaci, g. (2020). ¿Incentivos económicos a la cesión de órganos entre vivos?*. DOXA, 43(1), 341-368.
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