Monday, October 21, 2013
The workshop, “Ensuring the Safety and Quality of the Global Supply Chain for Medicines,” was organized at the request of the Commissioner of the Food & Drug Administration, Margaret Hamburg, to consider how the FDA and other medicines regulators can regulate properly now that a large portion of medicines and their active ingredients are manufactured around the world and imported.
Abbott and his long-time co-author, Duncan Snidal, gave a presentation titled “New Approaches in Global Governance,” which introduced the regulators to the range of ways they might organize international cooperation to improve regulation of international supply chains, and to make some initial recommendations.
Abbott is faculty co-director for the Center for Law and Global Affairs’, a faculty fellow in the College of Law's Center for Law, Science & Innovation and a professor in the ASU School of Politics & Global Studies. His teaching and research focus on the interdisciplinary study of international law and international relations, including public and private institutions, environmental issues, development policy, global health, and international trade and economic law.
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