WORKING BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SCIENCE AND POLICY

The bibliographic project of the Green Institute’s Science
Policy Initiative is a work in progress.
The purpose of the project is to gather an increasing number of
citations of published and gray literature specifically addressing issues of
science and public policy, primarily from the ‘Green’ perspective. Much of this Bibliography is generated from
writing projects currently underway by the Science Fellow and Panel Members.

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Andres, G. 2006.
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Bedsworth, L.W. and W.E. Kastenberg. 2002. Science and uncertainty in environmental regulation: insights from the evaluation of California’s smog check
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83,000
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Block, J. 2006.
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Brower, M. and Leon, W. 1999. The Consumer’s Guide
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Bozeman,
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Bloche, M. G., Marks, J.H.
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Bloche, M.G. 2002. WTO Deference to National Health Policy:
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Brown, P.O., M.B
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Burris, S,
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Campbell, A.M. (2004) Open Access: A PLoS for
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Caplan, A. 2006.
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Chakrabarty, A.M. Crossing species boundaries and making
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Cohen, C.B.
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Committee on Ensuring the Best Presidential and Federal
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Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine. 2005.
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Dembosky, A.
2006. Minions of Midas. Mother
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Doyle H., A.
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Dreifus, C. 2006. A
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Doyle ,H., A.
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Edwards, A. 1999. Scientific expertise and policy-making:
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Eisenberg, R.S. 2002.
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Elias, P. 2006.
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Elias, P. 2006.
Mixing animal, human cells gets exotic.
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Elias, P. 2005. Group claims biotechs don’t deliver on
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Elias, P. 2004.
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Ellison, K. 2006. Get
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Eysenbach, Gunther. 2006. Citation advantage of open access
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Fischer, F. 1999. Technological deliberation in a democratic
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Gelfand M (2004) Doing Science in Uncertain Times. PLoS Biol 2(7): e214.

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GeneWatch, UK. 2005. Human cloning and stem cells:
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GeneWatch, UK. 2004.
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GeneWatch, UK.
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GeneWatch, UK.
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GeneWatch, UK. 2002. Animal cloning:
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GeneWatch, UK. 2001. Designer forests -
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GeneWatch, UK. 2001. Genetic testing in insurance and employment:
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GeneWatch, UK. 2001. Human bio-collections: Who benefits
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GeneWatch, UK. 2000. Privatising knowledge,
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GeneWatch, UK. 1999. Genetically modified
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GeneWatch, UK. 1999. Genetic engineering
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Gerard,
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Giordano, V., Pope, C. Talberth, C.,
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Gropp, R.E. 2006.
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Gross, L. 2006. Scientific literacy and the partisan
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Haseltine,
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Jasen, P. 2005. Breast cancer and the politics of
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Kahlenborn, C.
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Kay, J.H. 1997.
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Kent, J. December 8,
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Hoppe, R. 1999.
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Jong, M.D. 1999.
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Kaiser Network (2006). National
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Kamm, F.M.
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Karpowics, P. 2003.
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Karr, J.R. 2006. When government ignores science scientists
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Bioscience 56(4):287-288.

Kay, J.H. 1997.
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Krimsky, S. 2003. Science in the Private Interest. Rowman
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MacCallum C.J. and H.
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Miller, K.M. 2006.
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