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The Resource Bioeconomies : life, technology, and capital in the 21st century, Vincenzo Pavone, Joanna Goven, editors

Bioeconomies : life, technology, and capital in the 21st century, Vincenzo Pavone, Joanna Goven, editors

Label
Bioeconomies : life, technology, and capital in the 21st century
Title
Bioeconomies
Title remainder
life, technology, and capital in the 21st century
Statement of responsibility
Vincenzo Pavone, Joanna Goven, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
338.4/76606
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1975-
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  • Pavone, Vincenzo
  • Goven, Joanna,
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  • Biotechnology
  • Biotechnology industries
  • Entrepreneurship
Label
Bioeconomies : life, technology, and capital in the 21st century, Vincenzo Pavone, Joanna Goven, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Editors and Contributors; Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1 Introduction ; The Bioeconomy as a Biotechnological-Innovation Economy; The Bioeconomy as a Biomass Economy; The Bioeconomy as a Novel Form of Capitalism; Value in the Bioeconomy; Life Itself; Labor; Speculation; Enclosure and Assets; Subjectivities and the Bioeconomy; References; Part I Promissory and Performative: Remaking Institutions for the Bioeconomy; Chapter 2 The "Entrepreneurial State" and the Leveraging of Life in the Field of Regenerative Medicine
  • Introduction: The Entrepreneurial State and Translational MedicineMethods; Regenerative Medicine and the Leveraging of Life; The Commercialisation Imperative: The Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult; The Promotion of Interdisciplinarity; Reconfiguring Governance Mechanisms: Accelerating Access to Regenerative Medicines; Reframing the Healthcare System as an Innovation Asset; Discussion and Conclusions; References; Chapter 3 Technologies of Governance: Science, State and Citizen in Visions of the Bioeconomy ; Introduction; Theorizing the Bioeconomy; Potential and Urgency; Building a Better Fish
  • Ordering InstitutionsFailing the Future; Spawning the Bioeconomy; Governing Future Consumers; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4 "Having a Structuring Effect on Europe": The Innovative Medicines Initiative and the Construction of the European Health Bioeconomy ; Introduction; Analytic Perspective and Methodology; Discursive Genealogies of European Construction; From the Lisbon Agenda to the Health Bioeconomy; The Origins of IMI in the European Technology Platforms (ETPs) and Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs); The "Strategic Research Agenda" and the Translational Goals of IMI
  • Enacting the Public-Private Partnership: "Changing the Way We Do Research in Europe"The Leading Role of the Pharmaceutical Industry; Criticisms, Challenges and Rhetorical Strategies of Legitimacy: "When You Dine with the Devil, You'd Better Have Long Forks"; Conclusions; References; Part II Making Value and Remaking Research in the Bioeconomies; Chapter 5 The Underworlds Project and the "Collective Microbiome": Mining Biovalue from Sewage ; Introduction; Shit and Sewage; Flushing Data; Everybody Poops; Microbes as (Not) Humans; Conclusion: The Collective Microbiome and Bioeconomic Proxies
Control code
on1004598571
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319556512
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1004598571
Label
Bioeconomies : life, technology, and capital in the 21st century, Vincenzo Pavone, Joanna Goven, editors
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Editors and Contributors; Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1 Introduction ; The Bioeconomy as a Biotechnological-Innovation Economy; The Bioeconomy as a Biomass Economy; The Bioeconomy as a Novel Form of Capitalism; Value in the Bioeconomy; Life Itself; Labor; Speculation; Enclosure and Assets; Subjectivities and the Bioeconomy; References; Part I Promissory and Performative: Remaking Institutions for the Bioeconomy; Chapter 2 The "Entrepreneurial State" and the Leveraging of Life in the Field of Regenerative Medicine
  • Introduction: The Entrepreneurial State and Translational MedicineMethods; Regenerative Medicine and the Leveraging of Life; The Commercialisation Imperative: The Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult; The Promotion of Interdisciplinarity; Reconfiguring Governance Mechanisms: Accelerating Access to Regenerative Medicines; Reframing the Healthcare System as an Innovation Asset; Discussion and Conclusions; References; Chapter 3 Technologies of Governance: Science, State and Citizen in Visions of the Bioeconomy ; Introduction; Theorizing the Bioeconomy; Potential and Urgency; Building a Better Fish
  • Ordering InstitutionsFailing the Future; Spawning the Bioeconomy; Governing Future Consumers; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4 "Having a Structuring Effect on Europe": The Innovative Medicines Initiative and the Construction of the European Health Bioeconomy ; Introduction; Analytic Perspective and Methodology; Discursive Genealogies of European Construction; From the Lisbon Agenda to the Health Bioeconomy; The Origins of IMI in the European Technology Platforms (ETPs) and Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs); The "Strategic Research Agenda" and the Translational Goals of IMI
  • Enacting the Public-Private Partnership: "Changing the Way We Do Research in Europe"The Leading Role of the Pharmaceutical Industry; Criticisms, Challenges and Rhetorical Strategies of Legitimacy: "When You Dine with the Devil, You'd Better Have Long Forks"; Conclusions; References; Part II Making Value and Remaking Research in the Bioeconomies; Chapter 5 The Underworlds Project and the "Collective Microbiome": Mining Biovalue from Sewage ; Introduction; Shit and Sewage; Flushing Data; Everybody Poops; Microbes as (Not) Humans; Conclusion: The Collective Microbiome and Bioeconomic Proxies
Control code
on1004598571
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319556512
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1004598571

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