Science and Ethics

Selected Publications in Science and Ethics

  1. Commentary on the retraction of scientific articlesNature Genetics 30:139 (February 2002).
  2. Journal Policies on Conflict of Interest: If this is the Therapy, What’s the Disease [Editorial]. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics 70:115-117 (2001).
  3. Conflict of Interest Policies in Science and Medical Journals: Editorial Practices and Author Disclosures (with L.S. Rothenberg), Science and Engineering Ethics 7:205-218 (April 2001).
  4. Scientific journals and their authors’ financial interests (reprinted). In: The Commercialization of Genetics Research, T.A. Caulfield and B. William-Jones, ed. New York: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000.
  5. Commentary on “Politics of Certainty”, Science and Engineering Ethics 6(4):509-510 (2000).
  6. The Psychosocial Limits of Human Germline Modification in: Engineering the Human Germline. G.Stock and J. Campbell, eds. Oxford, 2000.
  7. Conflicts of Interest and Cost-effectiveness Analysis [Editorial] JAMA 282:1474-6 (October 20, 1999).
  8. The Profit of Scientific Discovery and its Normative Implications, Chicago Kent Law Review. 75(1):15-39 (1999).
  9. Review: Research Misconduct: Issues, Implications and Strategies, E. Altman and P. Hernon, eds. NEJM 339(8):568 (August 20, 1998).
  10. Scientific Journals and Their Authors’ Financial Interests: A Pilot Study (w. L.S Rothenberg, P. Stott, and G. Kyle). Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics 67(4-5):194-201(1998). Reprinted in: The Commercialization of Genetic Research, T.A. Caulfield and B. Williams-Jones, eds. New York: Kluwer, 1999.
  11. Financial Interest of Authors in Scientific Journals: A Pilot Study of 14 Publications (with Rothenberg, Stott and Kyle). Science and Engineering Ethics 2(4):395-410 (1996).
  12. Commentary: “The Hazards of Whistleblowers and on Some Problems of Young Biomedical Scientists in our Time” by John Edsall. Science and Engineering Ethics 1(4):341-344 (1995).
  13. Review: Science, Money and Innovation, Profits of Science by Robert Teitelman, Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy. 10(4):146-7 (Winter 1995).
  14. The Business of Research, (w. Ruth Hubbard), Hastings Center Report 25(1):41-43 (Jan/Feb 1995).
  15. Science, Society, and the Expanding Boundaries of Moral DiscourseScience, Politics and Social Practice. Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1995.
  16. Review: Democratic Values and Technological Choices, Stuart Hill. Stanford University Press, 1992.
    In American Scientist 82:90-91 (January-February 1994).
  17. Human Gene Therapy: Must We Know Where to Stop before We StartHuman Gene Therapy 1(2):171-173 (Summer 1990).
  18. University Entrepreneurship and the Public Purpose. Biotechnology: Professional Issues and Social Concerns, P. DeForest, M.S. Frankel, J.S. Poindexter, and V. Weil,eds. Washington DC:
    American Association for the Advancement of Science. October 1988.
  19. Review: Biotechnology: The University-Industry Complex by Martin Kenney, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987. In American Scientist Sept-Oct. 1987, p. 549.
  20. The New Corporate Identity of the American UniversityAlternatives 14(2):20-29 (May/June 1987).