Conflict-Of-Interest Policy: Who’s Interests are at Stake?
The thought of commercialization in the school environment leaves one to speculate that all sources of human development are easily bought. Large commercial business’ are able to sew a price tag to the lapel’s of grand universities, making them do their biding, in exchange for private funding. Harvard university, one of the most well known schools of the United States, has put into consideration an easing
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any large company or firm, since it does not violate the conflict-of-intrest policy at particular universities.
Harvard is now straddling competing interests in hopes that they will be able to revise the guidelines of their conflict-of-interest policy, keeping the policies with in reasonable bounds to better serve both the human good as well as the good of the school.
Conflict of Interest, by Anna Becan.
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