28 UCLA J. Envtl. L. & Pol'y [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/uclalp28 and id is 1 raw text is: UCLA Journal of Environmental
Law & Policy
VOL. 28               2010                 No. 1
ARTICLES
DISRUPTING CONVENTIONAL POLICY:
THE THREE FACES OF
NANOTECHNOLOGY ............... Timothy F Malloy
THE SCIENTIFIC BASIS FOR THE
REGULATION OF NANOPARTICLES:
CHALLENGING PARACELSUS
AND PARE ................ Bernard D. Goldstein, MD  7
PRECAUTIONARY GOVERNANCE
AND THE LIMITS OF SCIENTIFIC
KNOWLEDGE: A DEMOCRATIC
FRAMEWORK FOR REGULATING
NANOTECHNOLOGY ....................... Oren Perez  29
THE PRIVATE DIMENSION IN THE
REGULATION OF NANOTECHNOLOGIES:
DEVELOPMENTS IN THE INDUSTRIAL
CHEMICALS SECTOR .......... Dr. Diana M. Bowman  77
and Dr. George Gilligan
A NEW SOFT LAW APPROACH TO
NANOTECHNOLOGY OVERSIGHT:
A VOLUNTARY PRODUCT
CERTIFICATION SCHEME .......... Gary E. Marchant, 123
Douglas J. Sylvester
& Kenneth W. Abbott
WHEN LESS LIABILITY MAY MEAN
MORE PRECAUTION: THE CASE
OF NANOTECHNOLOGY ................... David Dana 153

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