Author Archives: David B. Resnik

Perspective: Freedom of Speech in Government Science

This article is in Ending the Inertia on Energy Policy, Winter 2008

Since the early 1990s, researchers, scholars, journalists, and professional organizations have published hundreds of articles, books, and reports on the ethical problems related to industry-funded science, addressing such concerns as conflicts of interest, suppression of data and results, ghost authorship, and abuse of intellectual property laws. Although the investigative spotlight has focused on privatized science […]