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Recommended Principles to Guide Academy-Industry Relationships

American Association of University Professors
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Book
Published
Washington, D.C. : American Association of University Professors ; [Urbana, Ill.?] : Distributed by the University of Illinois Press, [2014]
Language
English
ISBN
9780252038242, 025203824X, 9780252079825, 0252079825
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Contents
  • Introduction. Why the AAUP is issuing this report
  • Academic freedom: the relationship between individual faculty rights and the public interest
  • Embracing diverse missions: a brief history of academy-industry relationships
  • The growth of university-industry engagement: 1970 to the present
  • What accounts for rising levels of academy-industry engagement? The Bayh-Dole Act, the Stanford v. Roche decision, and campus IP management
  • Other factors driving academy-industry engagement
  • Types of academy-industry research collaboration
  • The benefits and compromises of academy-industry engagement
  • Six risks of academy-industry engagement. Risk 1: Violations of academic freedom and researcher autonomy
  • Risk 2: Restricted access to data and suppression of negative results
  • Risk 3: Threats to open science, knowledge sharing, and timely publication
  • Risk 4: Financial conflicts of interest (FCOI)
  • Risk 5: Research bias and unreliability associated with corporate funding
  • Risk 6: The absence of legal protections to safeguard research integrity and academic freedom in industry-sponsored research contracts
  • Detailed discussion of the 56 recommend principles. Part I. General principles to guide academy-industry relationships university-wide
  • Part II. General principles for academic education and training
  • Part III. General principles for management of intellectual property (IP)
  • Part IV. General principles for management of conflicts of interest (COI) and financial conflicts of interest (FCOI)
  • Part V. Targeted principles. Managing COI in the context of clinical care and human subject research
  • Part VI. Targeted principles: strategic corporate alliances (SCAs)
  • Part VII. Targeted principles: Clinical medicine, clinical research, and industry sponsorship.
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xi, 356 pages ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
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