International handbook on regulating nanotechnologies / edited by Graeme A. Hodge, Diane M. Bowman, Andrew D. Maynard.
Hodge, Graeme A. (redaktör/utgivare)
Bowman, Diana, 1979- (redaktör/utgivare)
Maynard, Andrew D. (redaktör/utgivare)
- ISBN 1-84844-673-X (hbk)
- Cheltenham, UK : Northampton, MA : c2010.
- Engelska xviii, 611 p.
Serie: Elgar original reference
- The regulatory challenges for nanotechnologies -- Philosophy of technoscience in the regime of vigilance -- Tracing and disputing the story of nanotechnology -- The age of regulatory governance and nanotechnologies -- Nanotechnology captured -- The scientific basis for regulating nanotechnologies -- The current risk assessment paradigm in relation to the regulation of nanotechnologies -- Regulating risk: the bigger picture -- Producing safety or managing risks? How regulatory paradigms affect insurability -- The evolving nanotechnology environmental, health, and safety landscape: a business perspective -- Regulation of carbon nanotubes and other high aspect ratio nanoparticles: approaching this challenge from the perspective of asbestos -- Approaching the nanoregulation problem in chemicals legislation in the EU and US -- A good foundation? Regulatory oversight of nanotechnologies using cosmetics as a case study -- Therapeutic products: regulating drugs and medical devices -- Regulatory perspectives on nanotechnologies in foods and food contact materials -- Regulation of nanoscale materials under media-specific environmental laws -- Military applications: special conditions for regulation -- Regulating nanotechnology through intellectual property rights -- The role of NGOs in governing nanotechnologies: challenging the "benefits versus risks" framing of nanotech innovation -- Voluntary measures in nanotechnology risk governance: the difficulty of holding the wolf by the ears -- The role of risk management frameworks and certification bodies -- Risk governance in the field of nanotechnologies: core challenges of an integrative approach -- International coordination and cooperation: the next agenda in nanomaterials regulation -- Transnational regulation of nanotechnology: reality or romanticism? -- From novel materials to next generation nanotechnology: a new approach to regulating the products of nanotechnology.
- Nanostructured materials industry -- Law and legislation. (LCSH)
- K3924.H54 (LCC)
- 343.0786205 (DDC)
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