Sara Belfrage is currently working in a project empirically investigating how people value privacy in the context of healthcare and research. The project is financed by The Swedish Foundation for Humanities and the Social Sciences (Riksbankens Jubileumsfond) and is part of their Flexit program: Sara works for two years as “in-house” researcher at The Swedish Agency for Health and Care Services Analysis (Vårdanalys), and one year at CHE.
In 2014 Sara defended her thesis in philosophy, ”In the name of research. Essays on the ethical treatment of human research subjects”, at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). In addition to teaching at KTH, Sara has worked as temporary lecturer in philosophy at Umeå University as well as with teaching in ethics at Örebro University.
A recent paper:
”Exploiting giving”, i Ethical Perspectives 2014, 21 (3).