Letteratura selezionata sul Conflitto di Interessi

Literature on conflict of interest
  • ADB/OECD (2008), Managing conflict of interest: frameworks, tools, and instruments for preventing, detecting, and managing conflict of interest.
  • AIFA - Agenzia Italiana del Farmaco (2000), «I medici di fronte al conflitto di interessi», Bollettino d’informazione del farmaco, n. 1, pp. 1-4.
  • Argandoña A. (2004), «Conflicts ofinterest: the ethical viewpoint», Working paper, IESE Business School, n. 552, pp. 1-17.
  • Armor D.A. (1999), «The illusion of objectivity: A bias in the perception of freedom from bias», Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B, n. 59, p. 5163.
  • Babcock L. - Loewenstein G. (1997), «Explaining bargaining impasse: The role of selfserving biases», Journal of Economic Perspectives, n. 11, pp. 109-126.
  • Bargh J.A. e Chartrand T.L. (1999), «The unbearable automaticity of being», American Psychologist, 54(7).
  • Bargh J.A., Gollwitzer P.M., Lee-Chai A., Barndollar K. e Troetschel, R. (2001), «The automated will: Nonconscious activation and pursuit of behavioral goals», Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 81(6).
  • Bazerman M.H. - Tenbrunsel A.E. (2011), Blind spots: why we fail to do what’s right and what to do about it, Princeton University Press.
  • Boatright J. (1992), «Conflict of interest: An agency analysis», in Ethics and Agency Theory, Norman Bowie e R. Edward Freeman, eds. Oxford.
  • Bolton P. - Freixas X. - Shapiro J. (2007), «Conflicts of interest, information provision, and competition in the financial services industry», Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 85, n. 2, pp. 297-330.
  • Boyd E.A. - Lipton S. - Bero L.A. (2004), «Implementation of financial disclosure policies to manage conflicts of interest», Health Affairs, Vol. 23, n. 2, pp. 206-214.
  • Bradley S., «Conflict of interest» (1995), in Scientific Integrity, Edited by F. Macrina. Washington, D.C., American Society for Microbiology.
  • Cain D., Loewenstein G. e Moore D. (2005), «The Dirt on Coming Clean», Journal of Legal Studies, 34.
  • Carney G. (1998), «Conflict of interest: Legislators, ministers and public officials», Transparency International Working Paper.
  • Carson T.L. (1994), «Conflicts of interest», Journal of Business Ethics, n. 13, pp. 387-404.
  • Chugh D. - Banaji M.R. - Bazerman M.H. (2005), «Bounded ethicality as a psychological barrier to recognizing conflicts of interest», In Moore D.A., Cain D.M., Loewenstein G. e Bazerman M. (eds.), Conflicts of interest: Problems and solutions from law, medicine and organizational settings, London: Cambridge University Press.
  • Connolly  CK. (1996), «Conflict of interest. Conflict of interest statement should be abolished», British Medical Journal, n. 313, pp. 1555-1556.
  • Davis M. (1993), «Conflict of interest revisited», Business & Professional Ethics Journal, Vol. 12, n. 4, pp. 21-41.
  • Davis M. - Stark A. (2001), Conflict of interest in the professionsEdited by Michael Davis and Andrew Stark.
  • Di Carlo E. (2013), «How Much is Really Known About the Meaning of the Term Conflict of Interest?», International Journal of Public Administration, 36, pp. 884-896.
  • Dickens B. - Cook R. (2006), «Conflict of interest: Legal and ethical aspects», International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, Vol. 92, n. 2, pp. 192-197.
  • Diekmann K.A. - Samuels S.M. - Ross L. - Bazerman M.H. (1997), «Self-interest and fairness in problems of resource allocation», Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 72, n. 5, pp. 1061-1074.
  • Eedy D.J. - Graham-Brown  R.A.C. (2004), «Ethics and conflicts of interest in the BJD», British Journal of Dermatology, n. 151, pp. 1-2.
  • Elliott K.C. (2008), «Scientific judgment and the limits of conflict-of-interest policies», Accountability in Research, n. 15, pp. 1-29.
  • Felo A.J. (2001), «Ethics programs, board involvement, and potential conflicts of interest in corporate governance», Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 32, n. 3, pp. 205-218.
  • Foster R.S. (2003), «Conflicts of interest: Recognition, disclosure, and management», American College of Surgeons, Vol. 196, n. 4, pp. 505-527.
  • Handfield R.B. - Baumer D.L. (2006), «Managing conflict of interest issues in purchasing», The Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol. 42, n. 3, pp. 41-50.
  • Hasselmo N. (2002), «Individual and institutional conflict of interest: Policy review by research universities in the United States», Science and Engineering Ethics, n. 8, pp. 421-427.
  • Hirsch, L.J. (2002), «Conflicts of Interest in Drug Development: The Practices of Merck and Co., Inc.», Science and Engineering Ethics, 8: 429-442.
  • Holmes D.R. - Firth B.G. - James A. - Winslow R. - Hodgson P.K., Gamble G.L. - Popp R.L. - Harrington R.A. (2004), «Conflict of interest», American Heart Journal, Vol. 147, n. 2, pp. 228-237.
  • Horton R., «Conflicts of interest in clinical research: opprobrium or obsession» (1997), Lancet, n. 349, pp. 1112-1113.
  • Institute of Medicine (2009), Conflict of interest in medical research, education, and practice, Committee on Conflict of Interest in Medical Research, Education, and Practice; Lo B, Field MJ, editors.
  • Jenik R. e Julius T. (2009), «Resolving conflicts of interest in state-owned enterprises», International Social Science Journal, 57.
  • Kumpan C. – Leyens P.C. (2008), «Conflicts of interest of financial intermediaries - Towards a global common core in conflicts of interest», Financial Law Review, 4(1), pp. 72-100
  • Luebke N.R. (1987), «Conflict of interest as a moral category», Business and Professional Ethics Journal, 6.
  • MacDonald C., McDonald M., Norman W. (2002), «Charitable Conflicts of Interest», Journal of Business Ethics, 39: 67–74.
  • Mattarella B.G. (2010), «Conflitto di interessi», Relazione discussa al Convegno “Le evoluzioni della legislazione elettorale di contorno in Europa”, Roma, 10-11 giugno 2010.
  • McMunigal K.C. (1998), «Distinguishing risk from harm in conflict of interest», Business and Society Review, 100/101, pp. 91-93.
  • Mehran H. - Stulz R.M. (2007), «The economics of conflicts of interest in financial institutions», Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 85, n. 2, pp. 267-296.
  • Moore D.A. - Loewenstein G. (2004), «Self-interest, automaticity, and the psychology of conflict of interest», Social Justice Research, n. 17, pp. 189-202.
  • Moore D.A., Cain D.M., Loewenstein G. e Bazerman M. (2005), Conflicts of Interest: Problems and Solutions from, London: Cambridge University Press.
  • Moore D.A., Tetlock, P.E., Tanlu L., e Bazerman M.H. (2006), «Conflicts of interest and the case of auditor independence: moral seduction and strategic issue cycling», Academy of Management Review, 31.
  • OECD (2003), Managing conflict of interest in the public service: OECD guidelines and country experiences.
  • Pronin E. - Lin D.Y. - Ross L. (2002), «The bias blind spot: Perceptions of bias in self versus others», Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, n. 28, pp. 369-381.
  • Redwin MA. (1989), «Physicians’ conflicts of interest: The limitations of disclosure», New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 321, n. 20, pp. 1405-1408.
  • Resnik D. - Shamoo A.E. (2002), «Conflict of interest and the University», Accountability in Research, n. 9, pp. 45-64.
  • Resnik D. (1998), «Conflicts of interest in science», Perspectives on Science, Vol. 6, n. 4, pp. 381-408.
  • Rossi G. (2003), Il conflitto epidemico, Adelphi, Milano.
  • Schneider N. (2010), «Awareness and management of conflicts of interest», Journal of Public Health, 18.
  • Smith B. (2000), «Declaring conflict of interest», Emergency Medicine, Vol. 12, n. 2, pp. 157-158.
  • Smith, R. (1994), «Conflict of interest and the BMJ», British Medical Journal, 308: 4-5.
  • Stark A. (2003), «Why are (some) conflicts of interest in medicine so uniquely vexing?», Presented at the “Conference on Conflicts of Interest”, Carnegie Mellon University, September 12-14.
  • Steiner D. (1996), «Competing Interest: The Need to Control Conflict of Interests in Biomedical Research», Science and Engineering Ethics, 2, pp. 457-468.
  • Studdert D.M. - Mello M.M. - Brennan T.A. (2004), «Financial conflicts of interest in physicians’ relationships with the pharmaceutical industry – Self-regulation in the shadow of federal prosecution», New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 351, n. 18, pp. 1891-1900.
  • Swedberg, R. (2005), «Capitalism and Ethics: How Conflicts-of-interest Legislation can be Used to Handle Moral Dilemmas in the Economy», International Social Science Journal, 57, pp. 481-492.
  • Thagard P. (2007), «The moral psychology of conflicts of interest: Insights from affective neuroscience», Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 24, n. 4, pp. 367-380.
  • Thompson D.F. (2009), «The challenge of conflict of interest in medicine», Zeitschrift für Evidenz, Fortbildung und Qualität im Gesundheitswesen - German Journal for Evidence and Quality in Health Care, Vol. 103, n. 3, pp. 136-140.
  • Thompson (1993), D.F., «Understanding financial conflicts of interest», New England Journal of Medicine, n. 329, pp. 573-576.
  • Turpin D.L. (2010), «Financial conflicts of interest policies: From confusion to clarity», American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Vol. 138, n. 3, pp. 245-246.
  • Wazana A. (2000), «Physicians and the pharmaceutical industry: Is a gift ever just a gift?», Journal of the American Medical Association, n. 283, pp. 373-380.
  • Werhane P. - Doering J. (1997), «Conflicts of interest and conflicts of commitment», Research Ethics, Edited by D. Elliott and J. Stern. Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England.
  • Williams-Jones B. (2011), «Beyond a pejorative understanding of conflict of interest», The American Journal of Bioethics, Vol. 11, n. 1, pp. 1-2.
  • Winch S.P. (2003), «Conflict of interest», Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications, n. 1.
  • Zeno-Zencovich V. (2004), La libertà di espressione: media, mercato, potere nella società dell’informazione, Il Mulino, Milano.