Iwao Hirose's Research Page

Welcome to Iwao Hirose's Research Page

I am Professor of Philosophy at McGill. I came to Montreal in 2007 and, before McGill, I held research fellowship at University College, Oxford; Harvard University; and Melbourne University. I have been lucky to have visiting posts at lovely places: Universite Catholique de Louvain; University of Stockholm; University of Tokyo; St Anne's College, Oxford; New York University; Fondation Brocher; College d'etudes mondiales, Paris; Waseda University; Corpus Christi College, Oxford; Hebrew University of Jerusalem; and the Institute for Futures Studies, Stockholm.

The area of my research is moral philosophy. More specifically, I work on axiology and its applications to public policy.

I published three monographs: Moral Aggregation (OUP, 2015); Egalitarianism (Routledge, 2015); and The Ethics of Health Care Rationing (co-authored with Greg Bognar, Routledge, 2014). I also edited two volumes: The Oxford Handbook of Value Theory (OUP, 2015) with Jonas Olson; and Weighing and Reasoning: Themes from the Philosophy of John Broome (OUP, 2015) with Andrew Reisner. Click the image of the book cover for further information.

Currently, I am working on a book-length project on the ethics, metaphysics, and formal structure of population health measure (e.g. Global Burden of Disease Studies). 

EgalitarianismThe Ethics of Health Care Rationing

Here are my books in Japanese.


Last updated on 07/01/2019.