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Biotechnology and Innovation Systems

The Role of Public Policy

Edited by Bo Göransson and Carl Magnus Pålsson

This book explores how policies targeting public research institutions, such as universities, contribute to the appropriation of biotechnology through national innovation systems.
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Innovation and Liability in Biotechnology

Transnational and Comparative Perspectives

Stuart J. Smyth, A. Bryan Endres, Thomas P. Redick and Drew L. Kershen

Innovation and Liability in Biotechnology introduces and articulates an innovative framework, the Liability Analysis Framework (LAF), which offers a new perspective from which stakeholders and society can assess, manage and communicate about liability in relation to innovation. This path-breaking book provides a detailed description of the relationship between risk and liability. Risk and liability are not synonymous and the fact that, at times, the terms have been used in very close proximity has resulted in confusion and misunderstandings.
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Public or Private Economies of Knowledge?

Turbulence in the Biological Sciences

Mark Harvey and Andrew McMeekin

This book presents an analytical framework for understanding the shifting ‘great divide’ in capitalist economies of knowledge. The authors develop a novel economic sociology of innovation, based on the ‘instituted economic process’ approach. By focusing on economies of knowledge, they seek to demonstrate that capitalism is multi-modal at its core, with interdependent growth of market and non-market modes of production, distribution, exchange and use.