Table of contents

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

1 On the omnipresence, diversity, and elusiveness of values in the life sciences and medicine
Isabelle Dussauge, Claes-Fredrik Helgesson, Francis Lee, and Steve Woolgar

PART I CONFLICTED ‘PUBLIC’ VALUES

2 Key opinion leaders: Valuing independence and conflict of interest in the medical sciences
Sergio Sismondo

3 The moral economy of a miracle drug: On exchange relationships between medical science and the pharmaceutical industry in the 1940s
Christer Nordlund

4 The third manuscript: Rules of conduct and the fact–value distinction in mid-twentieth-century biochemistry
Sven Widmalm

PART II MARKETS AS CARERS FOR HEALTH

5 A moral economy of transplantation: Competing regimes of value in the allocation of transplant organs
Philip Roscoe

6 Critical composition of public values: On the enactment and disarticulation of what counts in health-care markets
Teun Zuiderent-Jerak, Kor Grit, and Tom van der Grinten

7 The mosquito multiple: Malaria and market-based initiatives
Daniel Neyland and Elena Simakova

PART III VALUING HUMAN AND NON-HUMAN BODIES

8 Genetic value: The moral economies of cloning in the zoo
Carrie Friese

9 Enacting values from the sea: On innovation devices, value practices, and the co-modifications of markets and bodies in aquaculture
Kristin Asdal

10 Norms, values, and constraints: The case of prenatal diagnosis
Ilana Löwy

PART IV VALUATIONS AND KNOWLEDGE

11 Purity and interest: On relational work and epistemic value in the biomedical sciences
Francis Lee

12 Data transfer, values, and the holding together of clinical registry networks
Claes-Fredrik Helgesson and Linus Johansson Krafve

13 Valuation machines: Economies of desire/pleasure in contemporary neuroscience
Isabelle Dussauge

PART V CONCLUSION

14 Valuography: Studying the making of values
Isabelle Dussauge, Claes-Fredrik Helgesson, and Francis Lee

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INDEX

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