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David Demortain

lundi 19 mars 2012, par David Demortain

 Livres

  • La mondialisation des experts, Ellipses, collection la France de demain, Paris, 2012.
  • Scientists and the Regulation of Risk. Standardising Control, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA, 2011

 Articles dans revues à comité de lecture

  • "L’étude Séralini et ce qu’elle nous apprend de la toxicologie réglementaire", Natures Sciences Sociétés, 21(1), p.84-87.
  • "Regulatory toxicology in controversy”, Science, Technology and Human Values, 38(6), p. 727-748.
  • “Bringing public organization and organizing back in” (with David Arrelano-Gault, Christian Rouillard and Jean-Claude Thoenig), Organization Studies, 34(2), p.145-167, 2013.
  • “Enabling global principle-based regulation. The case of risk analysis in the Codex Alimentarius”, Regulation&Governance, 6(2), p.207-224, 2012.
  • “The many meanings of ’standard’. The politics of the international standard for food risk analysis”, CARR Discussion Paper, 58, 2010.
  • “Legitimation by standards. Transnational experts, European Commission and the regulation of novel foods”, Sociologie du Travail, 2009, suppl. 2.
  • “From drug crises to regulatory change. The mediation of expertise”, Health, Risk and Society, 10(1), 2008, p.37-51.
  • “La légitimation par les normes. Experts transnationaux, Commission Européenne et la régulation des aliments nouveaux”, Sociologie du travail, 50(1), 2008, p.1-14.
  • “Standardising through concepts. The power of scientific experts in international standard-setting”, Science and Public Policy, 35(6), July 2008, pp. 391-402(12).
  • “Public organizations, stakeholders and the construction of publicness. Claims and defence of authority in public action”, Public Administration, 82(4), December 2004, p.975-992.

 Contributions à ouvrage collectif

  • “Standards of scientific advice. Risk analysis and the formation of the European Food Safety Authority”, in Lentsch, J. and Weingart, P. (eds.), Scientific Advice to Policy Making : International Comparison, Berlin : Barbara Budrich Publishers, 2009
  • “Rendre transférable plutôt que diffuser. Les experts scientifiques et l’histoire de la norme alimentaire HACCP”, in Eberwein, W. D. et Schemeil, Y. (dir.), Normer le monde. Enonciation et réception des normes internationales, L’Harmattan, Logiques Politiques, Paris, 2008.
  • “European agencies. The European Medicines Agency and the European Food Safety Authority”, in Benamouzig, D. and Borraz, O. (eds.), Food and Medicines Agencies in Europe. A commented bibliography, Grenoble : MSH Alpes, 2007.
  • (with Spyros Pappas) “A New Era of Competition Under the Guidance of the Court of First Instance”
  • in Eekhoff J. (ed.), Competition Policy in Europe, Springer, Berlin, 2003, p.141-159.

 Communications (sélection)

  • “The side effects of standardisation. Conventional toxicity tests, GM food safety and toxicology’s reluctance to change”, International COBINA workshop, Paris, 20-21 December 2010.
  • “Scientific experts as a transnational elite. Exploring invisible colleges in the production of food and pharmaceutical standards”, Studying Elites : theory, evidence, practice, ESRC Seminar Series, Buxton, 16-17 September 2010.
  • “The genericness of risk : understanding the trans-domain application of risk assessment”, International workshop on Paradigms of risk assessment in policy research, University of California, San Diego, 14-15 May 2010.
  • “Regulatory toxicology in controversy : the contentious application of the 90-day rat feeding study to GM food safety”, International conference on Carcinogens, Mutagens and Reproductive Toxicants : the politics of limit values in the XXth century, Université de Strasbourg, Mars 2010.
  • “Risk analysis : understanding the diffusion of the concept”, Governing Uncertainty, AFSSET-R2S conference, Paris, July 2009.
  • “Instruments that make risks. The monitoring of novel foods and demarcation of their risks”, CARR Manufacturing Global Risks workshop, Janvier 2009.
  • “Transnational risk regulation », 6e atelier prospectif de l’ANR sur “Risques, crises, droit et éthique”, Paris, Juin 2008.
  • « L’haccp : collège invisible et dynamique de normalisation autour du Codex Alimentarius », 8° congrès de l’Association Française de Science Politique, Lyon, Septembre 2005.

 Recensions

  • « Daniel Carpenter, Organizational Image and Pharmaceutical Regulation at the FDA, Princeton University Press”, Governance.
  • « Daniel Carpenter, Organizational Image and Pharmaceutical Regulation at the FDA, Princeton University Press” Gouvernement et Action Publique, 1(1).
  • « Boris Hauray, L’Europe du Médicament. Politique, expertise, intérêts privés, Les presses de Sciences-Po, Paris (2006) », Sociologie du Travail, vol.49, 2, p.294-296.

 Vulgarisation

  • “Discourses that standardize. Why management models are valuable instruments”, Risk&Regulation, 18, Winter 2009.
  • “Credit rating agencies and the faulty marketing authorisation of toxic products”, Risk&Regulation, Financial crisis special, Winter 2008.
  • "Monitoring adverse drug reactions. An odyssey of organising", Risk&Regulation, Summer 2007.

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