Social regulation,reproductive technology and the public interest: policy and process in pioneering jurisdictions
AffiliationDepartment of Political Science
Document TypePhD thesis
CitationsSzoke, H. (2004). Social regulation, reproductive technology and the public interest: policy and process in pioneering jurisdictions. PhD thesis, Department of Political Science, The University of Melbourne.
Access StatusOpen Access
Deposited with permission of the author. © 2004 Dr. Helen Szoke
In the last three decades regulation as a public policy instrument has developed from a tool to manage markets to a means for government to offer protection or impose boundaries in areas associated with social and moral issues. Social regulatory mechanisms are broad, and have as their justification the public interest. It is one response by governments to the development of reproductive technologies. (For complete abstract open document)
Keywordshuman reproductive technology; law and legislation; moral and ethical aspects; social policy
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