Dancing with the porcupine: rules for governing the university-industry relationship

Lewis, Steven; Baird, Patricia; Evans, Robert G.; Ghali, William A.; Wright, Charles J.; Gibson, Elaine; Baylis, Francoise
September 2001
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;9/18/2001, Vol. 165 Issue 6, p783
Academic Journal
Offers observations on the relationship between universities and the pharmaceutical industry. Rules which govern these fields; Evidence that these partnerships often result in placing industry imperatives above the public interest and university principles; Monetary investment in universities by these companies; Proposed rules for governing university-industry relationships.


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