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Publication Date: 1986
'œA wide-ranging, literate, and thoughtful guide to the issues surrounding corporate sponsorship of academic research.'' --R. H. Helmholz, Rosenson Professor of Law, The University of Chicago "This book is a useful guide for anyone interested in the evolving relationship between higher education and industry that is quietly reshaping America's research infrastructure. From contracts to case law and ethics, Professor Reams illuminates an immensely important subject." --Edward T. Foote II, President, University of MiamiBernard Reams is the author of 'University-Industry Research Partnerships: The Major Legal Issues in Research and Development Agreements', published 1986 under ISBN 9780899301211 and ISBN 0899301215.
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