Global Justice and Bioethics
Edited by Joseph Millum and Ezekiel J. Emanuel
Reviews and Awards
"The most innovative contributions include the arguments by Buchanan, Cole, and Keohane for a Global Institute for Justice in Innovation awarding prizes, grants, and extended intellectual monopoly privileges for new technology that has enabled proven community innovation (chapter 5, "Justice and the Diffusion of Innovation"). This would be funded by a World Bank subscription system. Also significant is the case Eyal makes for independently accredited Global Health Impact Labels that would apply to companies and their products involved in health care (chapter 10, "Global Health Impact Labels")." -- JAMA
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