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Author Carpenter, Daniel P., 1967-

Title Reputation and power : organizational image and pharmaceutical regulation at the FDA / Daniel Carpenter.

Publication Info. Princeton : Princeton University Press, [2010]
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 Law Classified  RA401.A3 C37 2010    AVAILABLE
Description xx, 802 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
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Series Princeton studies in American politics : historical, international, and comparative perspectives
Princeton studies in American politics.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [753]-757) and index.
Contents Introduction : The gatekeeper -- Reputation and regulatory power -- Reputation and gatekeeping authority : the federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938 and its aftermath -- The ambiguous emergence of American pharmaceutical regulation, 1944-1961 -- Reputation and power crystallized : thalidomide, Frances Kelsey, and phased experiment, 1961-1966 -- Reputation and power institutionalized : scientific networks, congressional hearings, and judicial affirmations, 1963-1986 -- Reputation and power contested : emboldened audiences in cancer and AIDS, 1977-1992 -- Reputation and the organizational politics of new drug review -- The governance of research and development : gatekeeping power, conceptual guidance, and regulation by satellite -- The other side of the gate : reputation, power, and post-market regulation -- The détenté of firm and regulator -- American pharmaceutical regulations in international context : audiences, comparisons, and dependencies -- Conclusion : A reputation in brief.
Subject United States. Food and Drug Administration.
Pharmaceutical policy -- United States.
Drugs -- Research -- United States.
ISBN 9780691141794 (acid-free paper)
0691141797 (acid-free paper)
9780691141800 (pbk. : acid-free paper)
0691141800 (pbk. : acid-free paper)
9781400835119 (e-book)
1400835119 (e-book)