Working Papers 11-20
Working Paper 11
Brian Salter, Governing UK medical performance: a struggle for policy dominance
, June 2006
published in Health Policy
Working Paper 12
Melinda Cooper, Bodily Transformations – Tissue Engineering and the Topological Body,
Working Paper 13
Brian Salter, Melinda Cooper, Amanda Dickins, China and the global stem cell bioeconomy: an emerging political strategy?
published in Regenerative Medicine 1 (5), 2006
A Chinese translation of this article appeared in Biotech World, No 21. 78-83.
Web Minneng (ed) Chen Liyuan (translator).
Working Paper 14
Catherine Waldby, Oöcyte markets: global tissue economies and women’s reproductive work in embryonic stem cell research
submitted to New Genetics and Society, August 2006
Working Paper 15
Catherine Waldby & Melinda Cooper, The Biopolitics Of Reproduction: Post-Fordist Biotechnology and Women’s Clinical Labour
, October 2006
Working Paper 16
Brian Salter, Melinda Cooper, Amanda Dickins, Valentina Cardo, Stem cell science in India: emerging economies and the politics of globalisation
2007 published in Regenerative Medicine 2(1):75-89A Chinese translation of this article appeared in Biotech World, No 21. 78-83.
Web Minneng (ed) Chen Liyuan (translator). (available here)
Working Paper 17
Mavis Jones and Brian Salter, Proceeding Carefully: assisted human reproduction policy in Canada
, March 2007
Working Paper 18
Melinda Cooper, Clinical Capital—Neo-liberalism and the Will to Experiment (China and the US),
Working Paper 19
Olivia Harvey, Regulating stem-cell research and human cloning in an Australian context: the Lockhart Review
. June 2007
Working Paper 20
Brian Salter, State strategies and speculative innovation in regenerative medicine: the global politics of uncertain futures
. July 2007