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Refereed Anthology

Biennial Review of Law, Science and Technology: Science Governance, Freedom of Research, and Pluralist Democracy 2009

Biennial Review of Law, Science and Technology: Science Governance, Freedom of Research, and Pluralist Democracy 2009

Sort:Law, Science and Technology
Editor-in-Chief:Wen-Tsong Chiou
Publication Date:2010-05

Table of Contents

Preface
by Dennis T. C. TangFull text(eBook)Page:i-iv
Introduction: Public Science under Siege
by Wen-Tsong ChiouFull text(eBook)Page:ix-xvii
A Discourse on the Public Nature of Research in Contemporary Life ScienceA Law-Policy Proposal to Promote the Public Nature of Science in an Era of Academia-Industry Integration
by Michael J. MalinowskiFull text(eBook)Page:1-24
Separating Research from TherapyAn Indeterminacy in the Past or a Simple Task? Therapy Reports in the Journal of the Formosan Medical Association (1946-1965) and Court Decisions in the English Literature
by Kevin Chien-Chang WuFull text(eBook)Page:25-59
Freedom of Scientific Inquiry and the Challenge of the Third-Wave Democratization of ScienceA Critical Examination of the Division between “Constitution of Knowledge” and “Constitution of Politics”
by Wen-Tsong ChiouFull text(eBook)Page:61-115
University-Industry Relationship, Conflicts of Interest and Scientific Integrity
by Ching-Yi LiuFull text(eBook)Page:117-184
Pharmaceutical Regulation as Transnational Vision and StrategyJapan and Taiwan in the Wake of the ICH
by Wen-Hua KuoFull text(eBook)Page:185-232
An Examination of Conflicts of Interest and Restriction on Access to Knowledge Arising out of Academia-Industry Cooperation
by Wei-Lin WangFull text(eBook)Page:233-298
Benefits with Boundaries:Healthcare Distribution and Medical Technology Development
by Chuan-Feng WuFull text(eBook)Page:299-367
Current Development and Implications of Data Exclusivity Protection under U.S. Free Trade Agreements
by Pei-Kan YangFull text(eBook)Page:369-406
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