|Title||Comparative biomedical policy [electronic resource] : governing assisted reproductive technologies / edited by Ivar Bleiklie, Malcolm L. Goggin and Christine Rothmayr|
|Imprint||London ; New York : Routledge, 2004|
|Descript||xx, 284 p. ; 24 cm|
The comparative policy design perspective -- Belgium : a bioethical paradise? -- ART policy in Italy : explaining the lack of comprehensive regulation -- Policy networks, federalism and managerial ideas : how ART non-decision in Canada safeguards the autonomy of the medical profession -- The United States : national talk and state action in governing ART -- ART in Spain : technocratic inheritance and modernist aspirations -- United Kingdom : regulation through a national licensing authority -- France : protecting human dignity while encouraging scientific progress -- The Netherlands : conflict and consensus on assisted reproductive technology policy -- Germany : ART policies as embryo protection -- Switzerland : policy design and direct democracy -- Legislation for protection : why Norway designed restrictive policies in the field of ART -- Comparing policy design across countries : what accounts for variation in art policy?
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