2 Eur. J. Risk Reg. I (2011)

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Contents
Editorial                                                                       1
Alberto Alemanno
SYMPOSIUM ON REGULATORY REFORM
IN THE EU AND THE US
Humanizing Cost-Benefit Analysis                                                3
Cass R. Sunstein
Smart Regulation: The European Commission's Updated Strategy                    9
Helen McColm
A Brief Comment on Humanizing Cost-Benefit Analysis                          13
Michael A. Livermore
On the Smartness of Smart Regulation -
A Brief Comment on the Future Reform Agenda                                    19
Lorenzo Allio
ARTICLES
Regulating the Use of Bisphenol A in Baby and Children's Products in the
European Union: Current Developments and Scenarios for the Regulatory Future   21
Tessa Fox, Esther Versluis and Marjolein B.A. van Asselt
Regulating Catastrophic Risks by Standards                                     37
Marta Simoncini
Supranational Governance and Networked Accountability Structures:
Member State Oversight of EU Agencies                                          51
Johannes Saurer
REPORTS
Intellectual Property
Cancun, Climate Change, and Intellectual Property Rights:
No News is Good News for Green Patents                                         61
Eric L. Lane
Reinterpreting Patent Valuation and Evaluation: The Tricky World of Nanotechnology  67
Luca Escoffier
Lifestyle Risks
Internet-Based Trade and the Court of Justice: Different Sector, Different Attitude  78
Alan Littler
Nanotechnology
What's in a Name? - Defining a 'Nanomaterial' for Regulatory Purposes in Europe  85
Joel D'Silva
Pharmaceuticals
Risk and Regulatory Factors Affecting Location Decisions by Research-Based
Pharmaceutical Companies                                                       92
Richard P. Rozek

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