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Anglo – American Management Model of Conflict of Interest in Scientific Activities and Its Enlightenment (Papers: Wei Yi Dong | 2017)

 


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Abstract :
Conflict of interest is a hot and important issue in the world. In the scientific activities, the conflict of interest is also very prominent, has affected the truth of science and objectivity, but also the reputation of the community of scientists had a negative impact. This is the inevitable result of the infiltration of interest into science. In response to this problem, the United States, Britain and other developed countries to develop relevant policies, the establishment of the corresponding management model, has accumulated a more mature experience, it is worth learning and learn from other countries.

Key words : conflict of interest, research management, American model, British model

70-85 (in Chinese with English abstract) [J]. Science and Society, 2017, 7 (2): 70-85.
WEI Yi-dong. (2017) Management Models and their Inspirations on Conflicts of Interest in Science. Science and Society. 7(2): 70-85. DOI: 10.19524 / j.cnki.10-1009 / g3.2017.02 .070 .
Publisher (open access): http://www.xml-data.org/KXYSH/html/60ce743b-2708-4563-a633-73965d297102.htm

This paper poses the question of whether the US/British approaches to Conflicts of interest can be usefully applied to Chinese research or whether there are cultural and philosophical considerations that necessitate a completely different approach.
We found Google translate did a pretty good job rendering this interesting paper from Chinese to English.



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