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de Pouvourville, G., Ulmann, P., Nixon, J., Boulenger, S., Glanville, J., & Drummond, M. (2005). The diffusion of health economics knowledge in Europe: The EURONHEED (European Network of Health Economics Evaluation Database) project. PharmacoEconomics, 23(2), 113–120.
Johnson, I., & Whalen, J. (2009, November 4). Corporate news: Novartis mounts ambitious push into China—Pharmaceutical giant commits $1 billion, citing rapidly growing market driven by health-care reform. The Wall Street Journal.
Mittra, J. (2007). Life science innovation and the restructuring of the pharmaceutical industry: Merger, acquisition and strategic alliance behaviour of large firms. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 19(3), 279–301.
Moore, J. (2009, Jul 13). A study under fire: A highly regarded surgeon and Medtronic cunsultant is under investigation for an allegedly fraudulent medical study involving and orthopedic product made by the med-tech giant. Star Tribune, pp. D.1-n/a.
Newby, D., & Hill, S. (2003). Use of pharmacoeconomics in prescribing research. Part 2: Cost-minimization analysis—when are two therapies equal? Journal of Clinical Pharmacy & Therapeutics, 28(2), 145–150.
Prendergast, M., Abramovits, W., Boguniewicz, M., Lebwohl, M., Tokar, M., & Tong, K. B. (2004). Look beyond financial conflicts of interest in evaluating industry-academia collaborations in burden-of-illness and outcomes research studies in dermatology. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 123(3), 452–454.
Robertson, J., Lang, D., & Hill, S. (2003). Use of pharmacoeconomics in prescribing research. Part 1: Costs—moving beyond the acquisition price for drugs. Journal of Clinical Pharmacy & Therapeutics, 28(1), 73–79.
Weinfurt, K. P., Hall, M. A., Dinan, M. A., DePuy, V., Friedman, J. Y., Allsbrook, J. S., et al. (2008). Effects of disclosing financial interests on attitudes toward clinical research. JGIM: Journal of General Internal Medicine, 23(6), 860–866.
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