The profit of scientific discovery and its normative implications
Chicago-Kent Law Review 1999; 75(1): 15-39
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Krimsky, Sheldon; Rothenberg, L.S. (1998-07-15)Journal policies and requirements of funding agencies on financial disclosure of authors and grant applicants have divided editors and scientists who disagree on whether such policies can improve the integrity of science ...
Emergence of a scientific and commercial research and development infrastructure for human gene therapy Crofts, Christine; Krimsky, Sheldon (2005-02)A research and clinical subfield known as "human gene therapy" has grown rapidly since 1990, when the first human trials were approved in the United States. Using quantitative data, this paper describes and analyzes the ...
Krimsky, Sheldon (2007-09)Under the guidelines adopted by the United States (U.S.) Office of Research Integrity (ORI), scientific misconduct is defined by one or more of three activities: fabrication of data, falsification of results, and plagiarism ...