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By Obe, G.; Edited by Marchant, Gary E.; Jandrig, Burkhard; Schutz, Holger; Wiedemann, Peter M.
This much needed title on cancer risk evaluation of environmental factors, written by an international team of leading experts in the field, is an indispensable guide for oncologists and researchers as well as policy makers, regulatory agencies and public health workers.
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Edited by Marchant, Gary E.; Allenby, Braden R.; Herkert, Joseph R.
This book examines the growing gap between the pace of science and technology and the lagging response of legal and ethical oversight that society relies on to govern emerging technologies. Offers potential paths to more responsive regulation and governance.
Edited by Sharp, Richard R.; Marchant, Gary E.; Grodsky, Jamie A.
To reduce the deleterious effects of environmental contamination, governments across the world have enacted regulations broadly conceived for entire populations. This volume draws on experts from academia, government, industry, and nongovernmental organizations to examine the sci...ence of genomic research as applied to environmental policy.Read more
Edited by Marchant, Gary E.; Abbott, Kenneth W.; Allenby, Braden
Emerging technologies create challenges for traditional regulatory approaches. The contributors to this book - leading scholars in law, innovation, and technology - address the need for new governance methods and models.
Edited by Marchant, Gary E.; Cardineau, Guy A.; Redick, Thomas P.
In Thwarting Consumer Choice, Gary E. Marchant, Guy A. Cardineau, and Thomas P. Redick contend that mandatory GM labeling laws actually harm consumers by pushing genetically modified foods off the market.
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