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Biotechnology regulation: limiting or contributing to biotech development?

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  • Modern Biotechnology Has Been Characterized By Being Surrounded By Scientific And Public Debate And
  • An Early Danish Debate And Regulation Has Been Criticized For Inhibiting Or Retarding Development An
  • Though Much Regulation And Debate Have Been Transferred To The European Arena
  • Their Role And Extension Are Still An Issue
  • In This Paper
  • The Often Anticipated Innovation-Inhibiting Effects Of Regulation Are Questioned By Giving An Accoun
  • An Account Which Includes The Shifting Positions Of Industry
  • The Research Community
  • Environmental Groups
  • Regulators And Other Interest Groups
  • The Paper Indicates That The Regulatory Measures
  • Introduced As A Response To Public And Interest Group Critique
  • Have Generally Reduced Industrial Uncertainty And Promoted Industrial Danish Biotechnology Developme
  • It Is Further Found That Regulation And Debate Changed The Rate And Direction Of New Biotechnology D
  • Contributing To Technology Acceptance
  • Without However Ensuring It
  • The Paper Thus Questions The Caricatured Assumptions In Economics And Industrial Policy That Regulat
  • The Paper Further States Regulation And Controversies To Have Contributed Actively To The Specific T
  • But Also States The Difficulties In Setting Radically Different Technology Development Agendas

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Biotechnology regulation: limiting or contributing to biotech development? - DTU Orbit (10/03/14) Biotechnology regulation: limiting or contributing to biotech development? - DTU Orbit (10/03/14) Hansen, Anne Grethe / Biotechnology regulation: limiting or contributing to biotech development?. In: New Genetics and Society, Vol. 20, No. 3, 2001, p. 255-271. Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2001

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