Understanding and Managing Conflict of Interest in Higher Education: Origins, Issues, and Strategies for the Future (Hardback)
  • Understanding and Managing Conflict of Interest in Higher Education: Origins, Issues, and Strategies for the Future (Hardback)
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Understanding and Managing Conflict of Interest in Higher Education: Origins, Issues, and Strategies for the Future (Hardback)

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Hardback 246 Pages / Published: 01/12/2007
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While concerns about conflict of interest in colleges and universities touch a range of institutional activities from undergraduate admissions to sports, none is potentially more threatening to the well being of academia than financial conflict of interest in academic science. Research in medicine, biotechnology, and other areas of public health are under particular scrutiny. Current policies and practices in place to govern conflict of interest appear to be inadequate, and new questions are arising about institutional responsibility for individual actions. The much-needed information provided in this book fills a gap in the governance literature on an insufficiently understood but crucial topic. Jane Robbins not only offers a comprehensive reference and resource on conflict of interest, but she provides a solid introduction for those new to the topic, as well as including new material and helpful guidance for experienced administrators seeking to advance their thinking and practice.

Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780275993191
Number of pages: 246

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