1: The Technologies of the Twenty-First Century: Regulatory Challenge and Regulatory Opportunity Part One: Regulatory Challenge 2: The Challenge of Regulatory Legitimacy I 3: The Challenge of Regulatory Legitimacy II 4: The Challenge of Regulatory Legitimacy III 5: The Challenge of Regulatory Effectiveness 6: The Challenge of Regulatory Connection 7: The Challenge of Regulatory Cosmopolitanism Part Two: Regulatory Opportunity 8: Genetic Databases and the First Signs of Regulatory Opportunity 9: Seizing the Regulatory Opportunity: Code and Control 10: Code and the Corrosion of Moral Community 11: Regulating Technologies: Challenge and Opportunity
Roger Brownsword is Director of TELOS (a newly created research centre focusing on technology, ethics, law, and society) and Professor of Law at King's College London. He also maintains a long-standing link with the University of Sheffield as an Honorary Professor in Law.
This volume makes a valuable and original contribution to our
understanding of the complex interaction between lawmakers, ethical
values, and broader societal interests in the regulation of the
emerging technologies. * Roberto Andorno, Medicine, Healthcare and
This is a book of impressive scope and detail and it should have a wide audience. It will encourage the reader to think deeply about the challenges we face as we engage with technology and about our commitment to core moral principles. This book is a 'must-have' for all those interested in bioethics, health law, and theories of regulation. * Belinda Bennett, Journal of Law and Society, Vol 35/4 *