Academic Entrepreneurship and State Stem Cell Policy
Levine, Aaron D.
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Ethical controversy over human embryonic stem cell research has led this field to be regulated by an atypically heterogeneous policy environment. This analysis takes advantage of one such area of heterogeneity, the presence or absence of revenue sharing requirements associated with the receipt of state stem cell grants, and draws on recently collected survey data to assess how revenue sharing requirements affect stem cell scientists entrepreneurial activity.