Chris J. Robertson

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  • Jeffrey M Skopek, Petrie-Flom Academic, Harvard Law, School J D, School, M Phil +17 others
  • 2015
In this Article, I demonstrate that anonymity has been misconceived as an aspect of privacy, and that understanding this mistake reveals a powerful and underutilized set of legal tools for facilitating and controlling the production of information and other social " goods " (ranging from uncorrupted votes and campaign donations to tissue samples and funding(More)
One of the most dramatic public-policy failures affecting biomedical research is the lack of incentives for industry to develop new therapeutic uses (" indications ") for off-patent drugs—generally known as " the problem of new uses. " Recent technological advances have allowed researchers to identify hundreds of potential new indications for older drugs(More)
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