Everson M & Vos E, eds. Uncertain Risks Regulated

Everson M & Vos E, eds. Uncertain Risks Regulated Image

London: Routledge, 2009


1. The Scientification of Politics and the Politicisation of Science, Michelle Everson and Ellen Vos


Part 1: Regulating Uncertain Risks 2. Opening Pandora’s Box: contextualising the Precautionary Principle in the European Union, Elizabeth Fisher


Part 2: National Systems on food and Biotechnology Section 1. Case Studies on Food Regulation 3. Uncertainties in Regulating Food Safety in France, Julien Besancon and Olivier Borraz 4. The Origins of Regulatory Uncertainty in the UK Food Safety Regime Henry Rothstein 5. The Dutch Regulatory Framework for Food – Risk Analysis Based Food Law in the Netherlands, Bernd van der Meulen 6. Food Safety in Poland: Standards, Procedures and Institutions, Aleksander Surdej and Karolina Zurek 7. A Default-Logic Model of Factfinding for United States Regulation of Food Safety, Vern Walker Section 2. Case Studies on Biotechnology Regulation 8. The French Regulatory System on GMOs, Christine Noiville 9. The UK Regulatory System on GMOs: Expanding the Debate?, Maria Lee 10. GMO Regulation in the Netherlands: a Story of Hope, Fear and the Limits of ‘Poldering’, Han Somsen 11. The Polish Regulatory System on GMOs: between EU Influence and National Nuances, Patrycja Dabrowska 12. The Regulation of Environmental Risks of GMOs in the United States, Michael Rodemeyer


Part 3: EU and International Models 13. The EU Regulatory System on Food Safety: Between Trust and Safety, Ellen Vos 14. The EU Regulatory System for GMOs, Greg Shaffer and Mark Pollack 15. European Regulation of GMOs: Thinking about ‘Judicial Review’ in the WTO, Joanne Scott 16. The Codex Alimentarius Commission and its Food Safety Measures in the Light of their New Status, Mariëlle Matthee


Part 4: Improving the Legitimacy and Credibility of Risk Regulation: Science, Procedures, Participation and Deliberation 17. Three Intimate Tales of Law and Science: Hope, Despair and Transcendence, Michelle Everson 18. Science, Knowledge and Uncertainty in EU Risk Regulation, Marjolein van Asselt, Ellen Vos and Bram Rooijackers 19. The Role of Scientific Experts in Risk Regulation of Foods, Harry Kuiper 20. Inclusive Risk Governance through Discourse, Deliberation and Participation, Andreas Klinke 21. Sound Science in the European and Global Market: Karl Polanyi in Geneva, Christian Joerges

Everson M & Vos E, eds. Uncertain Risks Regulated

Everson M & Vos E, eds. Uncertain Risks Regulated Image

London: Routledge, 2009


1. The Scientification of Politics and the Politicisation of Science, Michelle Everson and Ellen Vos


Part 1: Regulating Uncertain Risks 2. Opening Pandora’s Box: contextualising the Precautionary Principle in the European Union, Elizabeth Fisher


Part 2: National Systems on food and Biotechnology Section 1. Case Studies on Food Regulation 3. Uncertainties in Regulating Food Safety in France, Julien Besancon and Olivier Borraz 4. The Origins of Regulatory Uncertainty in the UK Food Safety Regime Henry Rothstein 5. The Dutch Regulatory Framework for Food – Risk Analysis Based Food Law in the Netherlands, Bernd van der Meulen 6. Food Safety in Poland: Standards, Procedures and Institutions, Aleksander Surdej and Karolina Zurek 7. A Default-Logic Model of Factfinding for United States Regulation of Food Safety, Vern Walker Section 2. Case Studies on Biotechnology Regulation 8. The French Regulatory System on GMOs, Christine Noiville 9. The UK Regulatory System on GMOs: Expanding the Debate?, Maria Lee 10. GMO Regulation in the Netherlands: a Story of Hope, Fear and the Limits of ‘Poldering’, Han Somsen 11. The Polish Regulatory System on GMOs: between EU Influence and National Nuances, Patrycja Dabrowska 12. The Regulation of Environmental Risks of GMOs in the United States, Michael Rodemeyer


Part 3: EU and International Models 13. The EU Regulatory System on Food Safety: Between Trust and Safety, Ellen Vos 14. The EU Regulatory System for GMOs, Greg Shaffer and Mark Pollack 15. European Regulation of GMOs: Thinking about ‘Judicial Review’ in the WTO, Joanne Scott 16. The Codex Alimentarius Commission and its Food Safety Measures in the Light of their New Status, Mariëlle Matthee


Part 4: Improving the Legitimacy and Credibility of Risk Regulation: Science, Procedures, Participation and Deliberation 17. Three Intimate Tales of Law and Science: Hope, Despair and Transcendence, Michelle Everson 18. Science, Knowledge and Uncertainty in EU Risk Regulation, Marjolein van Asselt, Ellen Vos and Bram Rooijackers 19. The Role of Scientific Experts in Risk Regulation of Foods, Harry Kuiper 20. Inclusive Risk Governance through Discourse, Deliberation and Participation, Andreas Klinke 21. Sound Science in the European and Global Market: Karl Polanyi in Geneva, Christian Joerges