A focus on technology, alliances, and norms provides a useful starting point for exploring situations of development autonomy that prevails over the interests of corporate power.
The Mellon Fellowship in Latin American Sociology sponsored field research included in this manuscript. I also want to thank Bryan Roberts, Cynthia Buckley, Larry Griffin, Daniel Ritter, Ted Brimeyer, Heidi Altman, Joanna Schreiber, Jinrong Li, Trina Smitth, and anonymous reviewers from Current Perspectives on Social Theory for their comments on previous drafts.
Flynn, M. (2015), "Pharmaceutical Autonomy: Technology, Alliances, and Norms", States and Citizens: Accommodation, Facilitation and Resistance to Globalization (Current Perspectives in Social Theory, Vol. 34), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 41-64. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0278-120420150000034003Download as .RIS
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