Governing Assisted Reproductive Technologies
304 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 156 mm x 234 mm, Gewicht: 590 g
Reihe: Routledge/ECPR Studies in European Political Science
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Bleiklie / Goggin / Rothmayr Comparative Biomedical PolicyThis book presents a comparative study examining assisted reproductive technology policies in North America and Europe. Based on original and detailed research, this up-to-date volume establishes a knowledge base for understanding policy debates on topics such as embryonic stem cell research and therapeutic cloning.
Weitere Infos & Material
1. The Comparative Policy Design Perspective
2. Belgium: A Bioethical Paradise?
3. ART Policy in Italy: Explaining the Lack of Comprehensive Regulation
4. Policy Networks, Federalism and Managerial Ideas: How ART Non-Decision in Canada Safeguards the Autonomy of the Medical Profession
5. The United States: National Talk and State Action in Governing ART
6. ART in Spain: Technocratic Inheritance and Modernist Aspirations
7. United Kingdom: Regulation Through a National Licensing Authority
8. France: Protecting Human Dignity While Encouraging Scientific Progress
9. The Netherlands: Conflict and Consensus on Assisted Reproductive Technology Policy
10. Germany: ART Policies as Embryo Protection
11. Switzerland: Policy Design and Direct Democracy
12. Legislation for Protection: Why Norway Designed Restrictive Policies in the Field of ART
13. Comparing Policy Design Across Countries: What Accounts for Variation in ART Policy?