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The Politics of Science and Technology Policy: U.S.-European Comparisons

by Sandra Codo - published Dec 08, 2014 04:19 PM - - last modified Dec 08, 2014 04:19 PM

Professor of science and technology studies at the John F. Kennedy Government School of Harvard University, Sheila Jasanoff has delivered the lecture "The Politics of Science and Technology Policy: US-European Comparisons." Jasanoff researches especially the role of science and technology in law, politics and public policy of modern democracies, with particular focus on the challenges of globalization and the implications of scientific and technological changes in national, international and global levels. These were the topics she has addressed in her conference.


Participant(s):

Conferencist:
Sheila Jasanoff (Escola de Governo John F. Kennedy da Universidade Harvard)

Coordinator:
Pablo Mariconda (IEA-USP and FFLCH-USP)


Organizer(s):

IEA



8/5/08 12:00 AM

Duration:

88 minutes.


Place:

IEA Event Room