John Mendeloff
John Mendeloff
Professor of Public Affairs, University of Pittsburgh
Verified email at pitt.edu
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The declining effects of OSHA inspections on manufacturing injuries, 1979–1998
WB Gray, JM Mendeloff
ILR Review 58 (4), 571-587, 2005
1702005
Regulating safety: An economic and political analysis of occupational safety and health policy
JM Mendeloff
1561979
The dilemma of toxic substance regulation: how overregulation causes underregulation at OSHA
J Mendeloff
MIT Press (MA), 1988
1201988
Validation of TRISS and ASCOT using a non-MTOS trauma registry
EL Hannan, J Mendeloff, LS Farrell, CG Cayten, JG Murphy
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 38 (1), 83-88, 1995
1061995
Inside the black box: How do OSHA inspections lead to reductions in workplace injuries?
J Mendeloff, WB Gray
Law & Policy 27 (2), 219-237, 2005
992005
Multivariate models for predicting survival of patients with trauma from low falls: the impact of gender and pre-existing conditions
EL Hannan, J Mendeloff, LS Farrell, CG Cayten, JG Murphy
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 38 (5), 697-704, 1995
721995
Procuring organ donors as a health investment: how much should we be willing to spend?
J Mendeloff, K Ko, MS Roberts, M Byrne, MA Dew
Transplantation 78 (12), 1704-1710, 2004
662004
What kinds of injuries do OSHA inspections prevent?
A Haviland, R Burns, W Gray, T Ruder, J Mendeloff
Journal of safety research 41 (4), 339-345, 2010
652010
The role of inspection sequence in compliance with the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) standards: Interpretations and implications
K Ko, J Mendeloff, W Gray
Regulation & Governance 4 (1), 48-70, 2010
632010
Small businesses and workplace fatality risk: An exploratory analysis
JM Mendeloff, C Nelson, K Ko, A Haviland
Rand Corporation, 2006
612006
Are large differences in “lifesaving” costs justified? A psychometric study of the relative value placed on preventing deaths
JM Mendeloff, RM Kaplan
Risk Analysis 9 (3), 349-363, 1989
571989
External human fertilization: An evaluation of policy
C Grobstein, M Flower, J Mendeloff
Science 222 (4620), 127-133, 1983
551983
Using occupational safety and health administration accident investigations to study patterns in work fatalities
JM Mendeloff, BT Kagey
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 32 (11), 1117-1123, 1990
531990
The Pennsylvania certified safety committee program: an evaluation of participation and effects on work injury rates
H Liu, RM Burns, AG Schaefer, T Ruder, C Nelson, AM Haviland, ...
American journal of industrial medicine 53 (8), 780-791, 2010
472010
Regulating safety
J Mendeloff
461979
A new estimate of the impact of OSHA inspections on manufacturing injury rates, 1998–2005
AM Haviland, RM Burns, WB Gray, T Ruder, J Mendeloff
American journal of industrial medicine 55 (11), 964-975, 2012
432012
Trauma systems and public policy
JM Mendeloff, CG Cayten
Annual review of public health 12 (1), 401-424, 1991
391991
States with low non‐fatal injury rates have high fatality rates and vice‐versa
J Mendeloff, R Burns
American journal of industrial medicine 56 (5), 509-519, 2013
362013
Occupational fatality risks in the United States and the United Kingdom
J Mendeloff, L Staetsky
American journal of industrial medicine 57 (1), 4-14, 2014
332014
The role of OSHA violations in serious workplace accidents
J Mendeloff
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 26 (5), 353-360, 1984
321984
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