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Working Papers 41-55

Working Paper 41
Hogarth, Stuart. (2014) Neoliberal technocracy: explaining how and why the US Food and Drug Administration has championed pharmacogenomics. Working paper of the Project.

Working paper 42    

Umemura, Maki. (2014) Report on Japan and Regenerative Medicine. Working Paper of the Project.

 Working Paper 43
Datta, Saheli. (2014) Bioinformatics Policy of India (1986 2013) - A Report. Working Paper of the Project.

Working Paper 44
Zhou, Yinhua. (2014) Bioinformatics Policy of China (2000 - 2014) - A Report. Working Paper of the Project.

Working Paper 45
Hogarth, Stuart and Martin, Paul. (2015) The ratio of vision to data: promoting pharmacogenetics through promissory regulation in the USA. Working Paper of the Project.

Working Paper 46
Faulkner, Alex. (2015)Special treatment? Exceptions and exemptions in the politics of regenerative medicine gatekeeping in the UK in global context. Working Paper of the Project.

Working paper 47 

Salter, Brian, Zhou, Yinhua, Datta, Saheli (2014) Bioinformatics and the politics of innovation in the lifesciences: science and the state in the UK, China and India. Working paper of the Project.  

Working Paper 48 
Salter, Brian., Zhou, Yinhua, Datta, Saheli (2014) Governing new global healthcare markets: the case of stem cell treatments. Working Paper of the Project. 

Working Paper 49 
Bicudo Jr., Edison (2015) Globalization and the formation of biomedical markets: the example of bioinformatics in Brazil. Working Paper of the Project.

Working Paper 50 
Umemura, Maki. (2015) Positioning Asia in the Japanese Regenerative Medicine Industry: The Case of China and  India. Working Paper of the Project.

Working Paper 51 
Bicudo, Edison. (2015) Collaboration versus segmentation in contemporary universities: the example of bioinformatics in Brazil . Working Paper of the Project.

Working Paper 52 
Bicudo, Edison (2015) Biomedical politics through time and space: the example of bioinformatics in Brazil. Working Paper of the Project.

Working Paper 53 
Sousa, Sharmila (2015) Patients, Consumers & (Bio) Citizenship in Brazil: lessons from the UK's regulatory experience with personalised/precision medicine. Working Paper of the Project.

Working Paper 54

Salter, Brian (2017) When Intellectuals Fail? Brexit and Hegemonic Challenge. Working Paper of the Project.

 

 

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