Theo Papaioannou

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Birch, K., Levidow, L., & Papaioannou, T. (2010). Sustainable capital? The neoliberalization of nature and knowledge in the European “knowledge-based bio-economy”. Sustainability, 2(9), 2898-2918, . Retrieved from
Lyall, C., Papaioannou, T., & Smith, J. (2009). Governance in action in the life sciences: Some lessons for policy. In The Limits to Governance: The Challenge of Policy-making for the New Life Sciences (pp. 261-273, ). Farnham, UK: Ashgate. Retrieved from
Papaioannou, T. (2016). Marx and Sen on incentives and justice: Implications for innovation and development. Progress In Development Studies, 16(4), 297-313, . Retrieved from
Papaioannou, T., Watkins, A., Mugwagwa, J., & Kale, D. (2014). To lobby or to partner? Explaining the shifting political strategies of biopharmaceutical industry associations in South Africa and India. Development Studies Association Annual Conference 2014. Retrieved from
Birch, K., Levidow, L., & Papaioannou, T. (2014). Self-fulfilling prophecies of the European knowledge-based bio-economy: the discursive shaping of institutional and policy frameworks in the bio-pharmaceuticals sector. Journal Of The Knowledge Economy, 5(1), 1-18, . Retrieved from
Papaioannou, T. (2013). New life sciences innovation and distributive justice: rawlsian goods versus senian capabilities. Life Sciences, Society And Policy, 9(5). Retrieved from
Papaioannou, T. (2017). Innovation, Value-Neutrality and the Question of Politics: the Neo-Schumpeterian Divide. 67th Political Studies Association (PSA) Annual International Conference. Retrieved from
Papaioannou, T., Watkins, A., Mugwagwa, J., & Kale, D. (2016). Industry Associations and the Politics of Making Medicines in South Africa. 28th SASE Annual Meeting: Moral Economies, Economic Moralities. Retrieved from
Clark, N., Chataway, J., Hanlin, R., Kale, D., Kaplinsky, R., Muraguri, L., et al. (2009). Below the radar: What does innovation in the asian driver economies have to offer other low income economies. Economic and Social Research Council. Retrieved from
Papaioannou, T. (2008). Human Gene Patents and the Question of Liberal Morality. Genomics, Society And Policy, 4(3), 64-83, . Retrieved from