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Working Papers 1-10

Working Paper 1
Brian Salter, 'Cultural biopolitics and bioethics', November 2004.
This paper analyses the EU debate regarding stem cell research. A revised version will be published in Mapping Biopolitics: Medical-Scientific Transformations and the Rise of New Forms of Governance, Routledge (forthcoming).

Working Paper 2
Brian Salter, Charlotte Salter,'The global politics of human embryonic stem cell science', April 2005. A revised version will be published in the journal Global Governance.

Working Paper 3
Brian Salter,'Bioethics and the global moral economy: the cultural politics of human embryonic stem cell science', Published in 2007 in Science, Technology and Human Values 32(5)

Working Paper 4
Catherine Waldby,'Stem Cell Research, Biopolitics and Globalization' , October 2005. A revised version will be published in Mapping Biopolitics: Medical-Scientific Transformations and the Rise of New Forms of Governance, Routledge (forthcoming).

Working Paper 5
Catherine Waldby, 'Umbilical Cord Blood: from Social Gift to Venture Capital',
November 2005. A revised version will be published in the forthcoming first issue of Biosocieties.

Working Paper 6
Melinda Cooper,'Preempting Emergence: The Biological Turn of the War on Terror', November 2005. Final version published in Theory, Culture and Society, May 2006.

Working Paper 7
Amanda Dickins, 'Vital issues and theoretical challenges: International Political Economy and the Global Bioeconomy'. March 2006.
published in International Affairs, May 2006, Vol. 82 Issue 3

Working Paper 8
Brian Salter,'Bioethics, patenting and the governance of human embryonic stem cell science: the European case'. April 2006.

Working Paper 9
Richard D Smith and Nick Raithatha, 'Why disclosure of genetic tests forhealth insurance should be voluntary'. A revised version will be published in the forthcoming issue of The Journal of Health Services Research and Policy. May 2006

Working Paper 10
Catherine Waldby,'Embryos, cell lines, oöcytes: ESC science and the human tissue market'. May 2006
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