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Durnová, A. (2012). „Über die Rationalität hinaus: für eine interpretative und politische Wissenschaft. Reaktion auf Andreas Dür“ Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, Vol 2./2012, pp. 315 – 322.
Durnová, A. (2011). „Feldforschung Intim:  Von Erlebnissen, Bedeutungen und Interpretationspraxis in der Politikfeldanalyse“, Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft Vol.4/ 2011, pp. 417 – 432.
Durnová, A. (2011). „Faciamus experimentum in corpore vili“: Od kritické analýzy léka?ského výzkumu ke konceptu argumenta?ní koprodukce [„Faciamus experimentum in corpore vili“: From Critical Analysis of Medical research toward an argumentative coproduction] Teorie v?dy/Theory of Science, Vol. 33/2, pp. 323 - 339. 
Durnová, A. & Zittoun, P. (2011). “Interpretive policy analysis in a French setting. The Fifth Interpretive Policy Analysis Conference, Grenoble, June 2010. Discourse and Policy Practices: Politics - Legitimacy – Power” In: Critical Policy Studies, Vol. 5 (2) 2011, pp. 103 – 105.
Durnová, A. (2011). "L'État face aux "catastrophes morales" : de la politique de la mort en France au pouvoir de l'intime", [State facing the Moral Catastrophe. Politics of death in France and the Power of intimacy]. in Arnaud François (éd.), Nouvelles figures de l'État. Violences, droit et société [New Figures of State: Violence, Right and Society]. Cluj: ARCHES/Idea, pp. 225-248.
Durnová A., (2011). “Diskurzivní p?ístupy v Policy Analysis“ [Discourse approaches in Public Policy] In: Nekola, Martin & Geißler Hanna & Magdalena Mouralová (Eds.): Sou?asné metodologické otázky ve?ejné politiky [Current methodological issues in Public Policy], Praha: Karolinum University Press, pp. 64- 104. [Textbook]
Durnová, A. & Gottweis, H. (2010): “‘The choice for death’ and neurology”, Journal of Neurology, (2010) Volume 257, Number 7, 1199-1201.
Durnová, A. & Gottweis, H. (2009): “Politik zwischen Tod und Leben”, in: Weiß, M. G. (Hrsg.): Bios und Zoe. Die menschliche Natur im Zeitalter ihrer technischen Reproduzierbarkeit, Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp.
Durnová, A. (2008): “Genetic Citizenship And the Power of Intellectual: the Role of Social Sciences Within the Current Regulations of Genomics” [Genetické obèanství a moc intelektuála aneb o roli spoleèenských vìd v souèasném svìtì regulace genomiky], Filosoficky casopis, 56 (1), Praha.
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Haddad, C., Chen, H. & Gottweis, H. (2013): Unruly objects. Novel innovation paths and their regulatory challenge. In: Webster, A. (Ed): The Global Dynamics of Regenerative Medicine. A Social Science Critique. (Houndmills: Palgrave MacMillan)
Webster, A., Haddad, C. & Waldby, C. (2011): Experimental heterogeneity and standardization. Stem cell products and the clinical trials process. In: BioSocieties 6 (4), December 2011
Haddad, C. (2010), “Zwischen Labor und Gesellschaft. Zur Biopolitik klinischer Forschung am Menschen”
Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang
Gottweis, H. & Fischer, Frank (eds) (2012), The Argumentative Turn Revisited: Public Policy as Communicative Practice. Duham: Duke University Press 2012
Gottweis, H., Kaye, J., Bignami, F., Rial-Sebbag, E., Lattanzi, R., Macek Jr, M. (2012) Biobanks for Europe, A challenge for governance, Report of the Expert Group on Dealing with Ethical and Regulatory, Challenges of International Biobank Research, doi:10.2777/68942.
Chen, H. & Gottweis, H. (2012), Stem Cell Treatmens in China: Rethinking the Patient Role in the Global Bio-Economy, Bioethics, on-line first, doi:10.1111/j.1467-8519.2011.01929.x, December 2012.
Gottweis, H. & Lauss, G, (2012), Biobank governance: heterogeneous modes of ordering and democratization, Journal Community Genet, on-line first, doi 10.1007/s12687-011-0070-0.
Gottweis, H. & Lauss, G. (2011), Biobank governance: heterogeneous modes of ordering and democratization, Journal Of Community Genetics, Special Issue: Genetics and Democracy
Gottweis, H., Gaskell, G. & Starkbaum J. (2011), Connecting the public with biobank research: reciprocity matters, Nature Reviews Genetics, 12, November 11, 738-739.
Gottweis, H., Chen, H. & Starkbaum J. (2011), Biobanks and the phantom public, Hum Genet, 130, April 2011, 433-440.
Gottweis, H. & Gaskell, G. (2011). Biobanks need publicity, Nature, 471, March 10, 159-160
Gottweis, H. & Byoungsoo Kim (2010), Explaining Hwang-Gate: South Korean Identity Politics between Bionationalism and Globalization, in: Science, Techology & Human Values, 34, 501-524.
Gottweis, H. (2010), The Endless hESC Controversy in the United States: History, Context, and Prospects, in Cell Stem Cell, 7, 555-585.
Gottweis, H. & Lauss, G. (2010), “Biobank Governance in the Post-Genomic Age”, Personalized Medicine, 7, 1-9.
Gottweis, H. & Durnová, A. (2010): “‘The choice for death’ and neurology”, Journal of Neurology,
doi: 10.1007/s00415-010-5554-z
Gottweis, H. & Durnová, A. (2009): “Politik zwischen Tod und Leben”, in: Weiß, M. G. (Hrsg.): Bios und Zoe. Die menschliche Natur im Zeitalter ihrer technischen Reproduzierbarkeit, Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp.
Gottweis, H. (2009), Self-Governance and the Disapperarance of the Human Body, in: Eva Sorensen/Peer Triantafillou, The Politics of Self Governance, Ashgate: Farnham 137-149

Gottweis, H. (2009), Good Biobank Governance: How to Avoid Failure (in chinesischer Sprache)
in: Medicine & Philosophy, Vol 30, 8-13

Gottweis, H. & Byoungsoo Kim (2009), Bionationalism, Stem Cells, BSE, and Web 2.0 in South Korea: Toward the Reconfiguration of Biopolitics, New Genetics and Society, 28, 23-239.
Gottweis, H., Salter, B. & Waldby, C. (2009): The Global Politics of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Science: Regenerative Medicine in   Transition,  London: Palgrave, 2008.
Gottweis, H. (2008): “Participation and the New Governance of Life, Biosocieties, 3, 265-285.
Gottweis, H. & Minger, S. (2008): “iPS Cells and the Politics of Promise”, Nature Biotechnology, 26 (3), 271-272.

Gottweis, H. & Petersen, A. (eds., 2008): Biobanks: Comparative Governance, Routledge, London.

Gottweis, H. & Zatloukal, K. (2007):“Biobank Governance: Trends and Perspectices”, Pathobiology, 74, 206-211.
Gottweis, H. (2007): “Rhetoric in Policy Analysis”, in: Fischer, F., Miller, G. J. & Sidney, M. S. (ed.): Handbook of Public Policy Analysis, London: Taylor &   Francis, 237-250.
Gottweis, H. and Prainsack, P. (2006): Emotion in political discourse: Contrasting approaches to stem cell governance: the US, UK,   Israel, and Germany, Regenerative Medicine, 1 (6): 823-829.
Gottweis, H. & Triendl, R. (2006): “South Korean Policy Failure and the Hwang Debacle, Nature Biotechnology, 24, 141-143.
Gottweis, H. (2006): “Argumentative Policy Analysis”, in: Pierre, J. & Peters, B. G. (eds.): Handbook of Public Policy, London: Sage.
Gottweis, H. (2005): “Transnationalizing recombinant-DNA regulation: Between Asilomar, EMBO, the OECD, and the European Community”, Science as Culture, 14 (4), 325-338.
Gottweis, H. (2005): “Governing Genomics in the 21st Century: Between Risk and Uncertainty, New Genetics and Society, 24 (2), 175-193.

Gottweis, H. (2005): “Regulating Genomics in the 21th Century: From Logos to Pathos?”, Trends in Biotechnology, 23, 118-121.

Gottweis, H. (2005): “Emerging Forms of Governance in Genomics and Post-Genomics: Structures, Trends, Perspectives", in:
Bunton, R. & Peterson, A. (eds.): Genetic Governance, Health, Risk and Ethics in a Biotech Era, London: Routledge, 189-206.
Dachs, H., Gerlich, P., Gottweis, H. et al (eds., 2005): Politik in Österreich. Ein Handbuch, Manz Verlag.

Gottweis, H. & Hindmarsh, R. (edsl, 2005): Recombinant Regulation: The Asilomar Legacy Thirty Years On.
Science as Culture, Special Issue, 14 (4).

Lauss, G., Schröder, C., Dabrock, P., Eder, J., Hamacher, K., Kuhn, K.A., Gottweis, H. (2013 submitted)
Towards biobank privacy regimes in responsible innovation societies, Biopreservation and Biobanking.
Lauss G., Bialobrzeski A., Korkhaus M., Snell K., Starkbaum J., Vermeer A., Weigel J., Gottweis H., Helén I., Taupitz J., Dabrock P. (2013): Beyond Genetic Privacy: Past, Present and Future of Bioinformation Control Regimes. http://private-gen.eu/uploads/media/PRIVATE_Gen_FINAL-REPORT_2013_01.pdf
Snell K., Starkbaum J., Lauss G., Vermeer A. & Helen I. (2012): From Protection of Privacy to Control of Data Streams: A Focus Group Study on Biobanks in the Information Society, Public Health Genomics, 15, 293-302.
Lauss, G. (2012). Sharing Orphan Genes: Governing a European-Biobank-Network for the Rare Disease Community. In: P. Dabrock, J. Taupitz and J. Ried (Ed.), Trust in Biobanking: Dealing with Ethical, Legal and Social Issues in an Emerging Field of Biotechnology. Frankfurt a.M., Springer.
Lauss, G & Szigetvari A. (2011). Governing by fun: EURO 2008 and the appealing power of fan zones. In: Manzenreiter W. & Spitaler G. (Ed.), Governance, Citizenship and the New European Football Championships, Abingdon and New York, Routledge
Lauss G., Snell K., Bialobrzeski A., Weigel J & Helen I. (2011) Embracing complexity and uncertainty: An analysis of three orders of ELSA research on biobanks, Genomics, Society and Policy Journal, 7, 47-64.
Lauss, G. (2010). Vom Wert bioinformationeller Privatheit und der diskursiven Macht ungelöster „Governance-Probleme“
In: Berliner Debatte Initial 21 (2010) 4: 77-89
Lauss, G. (2010). Sharing Orphan Genes: Governing a European-Biobank-Network for the Rare Disease Community.
In: P. Dabrock, J. Taupitz and J. Ried (Ed.), Trust in Biobanking: Dealing with Ethical, Legal and Social Issues in an Emerging Field of Biotechnology. Frankfurt a.M., Springer. (in print)
Lauss, G. (2009): Orchestrating ‘the end of the beginning’: A political science perspective on transnational biobank infrastructures in Europe. In: Dierickx K, Borry P (Ed.), New Challenges for Biobanks: Ethics, Law and Governance. Intersentia, Antwerp, 249-265
Mayrhofer, M. & Prainsack, B. (2009): “Being A Member of the Club: the Transnational (Self-)Governance of Biobank Networks”, Risk Assessment and Management, Special Issue on Inclusive Risk Governance in the Enlarged EU: Challenges and Opportunities, 12 (1), 64-81.
Metzler, I. (2012). On why states still matter: In vitro fertilization embryos between laboratories and state authorities in Italy.
In: N. Vermeulen, S. Tamminen & A. Webster (eds.): Bio-objects: Life in the 21st Century. Ashgate, 151-170.
Metzler, I. and A. Webster. 2011. "Bio-objects and their Boundaries: Governing Matters at the Intersection of Society, Politics, and Science". Croatian Medical Journal, 52: 648-50.
Metzler, I. (2011). Between Church and State: Embryos, Stem Cells and Citizens in Italian Politics. In: Sheila Jasanoff (ed.): Reframing Rights: Bioconstitutionalism in the Genetic Age, Cambridge & London: MIT Press, 105-124.
Metzler, I. (2010). Über „Moralapostel“ und „smooth operators“: Die Praxis der Bioethik im Feld eines österreichischen Biobankenprojekts. In: Erich Grießler & Harald Rohracher (Hrsg.): Genomforschung - Politik – Gesellschaft. Perspektiven auf ethische, rechtliche und soziale Aspekte der Genomforschung, ÖZS, Sonderheft, 203-229. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag. [„On ‚moralizers‘ and ‚smooth operators‘: The Praxis of Bioethics in the Field of an Austrian Biobank-Project, Article in German]
Metzler, I. (2010). “Biomarkers and their consequences for the biomedical profession: a social science perspective”, Personalized Medicine, Vol. 7 (4): 407-420.

Metzler, I. (2007): “‘Nationalizing Embryos’: The Politics of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research in Italy”, BioSocieties, 2 (4), 413-427.

Heinemann, Torsten, Naue, Ursula and Anna-Maria Tapaninen (2013), Verifying the family? A comparison of DNA analysis for family reunification in three European countries (Austria, Finland and Germany) European Journal of Migration and Law 15, 183-202. [will be published soon]
Barbara Brehmer-Rinderer, Lucija Zigrovic, Ursula Naue and Germain Weber (2013), Promoting Health of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities using the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Early Implementation Achievements in Europe? Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities Vol. 10, No. 1, March 2013, 25-36.
Naue, U. (2012), Disability Studies oder: Über das Politische am Forschen über das Thema Behinderung.
Kontraste 2/März 2012, 4 – 8.
Naue, U. und Kroll, T. (2011), "A reply to "The 'demented other' or simply 'a person'? Extending the philosophical discourse of Naue and Kroll through the situated self" by John Keady, Steven Sabat, Ann Johnson and Caroline Swarbrick", Nursing Philosophy 12, 293 – 296.
Naue, U. (2011): Disability Studies und Menschen mit Lernschwierigkeiten – Inklusion in Wissenschaft und Forschung. Teilhabe (accepted for publication) (in German)
Naue, U. (2010): Autonomie, Unabhängigkeit und Entscheidungsfreiheit neu denken. Menschen mit Alzheimer-Krankheit und das Konzept der eigenen Verantwortung für die Gesundheit. In: Elisabeth List und Stelzer, Harald (Hg.), Grenzen der Autonomie. Velbrück Wissenschaft: Weilerwist
Naue, U. und Kroll, T. (2010): Bridging policies and practice: Challenges and opportunities for the governance of disability and ageing", International Journal of Integrated Care 10 (Electronic Journal). www.ijic.org
Kroll, T. & Naue, U. (2010): "The state and context of evidence productionand knowledge translation in the rehabilitation of people with Alzheimer’s Disease", Dementia 10 (1), 19-34. http://dem.sagepub.com/content/10/1.toc
Naue, U. (2009): "Österreichische Behindertenpolitik im Kontext nationaler Politik und internationaler Diskurse zu Behinderung". SWS-Rundschau Heft 3-09 (49. Jg.), 274-292.

Naue, U. & Kroll, T. (2008): “‘The demented other‘: Identity and differencein dementia, Nursing Philosophy, 10, 26 - 33.

Naue, U. & Kroll, T. (2008):“'Self care' und Demenz - Demente Menschen aktiv in Entscheidungen einbeziehen”, pflegen: Demenz, 7, 47-49.
Naue, U. (2008): Behindertenpolitik heute: Zwischen alten Inhalten und neuen Möglichkeiten. Eine vergleichende Studie [Disability politics and policies today: Between old paradigms and new possibilities. A comparative study; written in German], Book on Demand, VDM Verlag.
Naue U. (2008): “‘Self-care without a self’: Alzheimer’s disease and the concept of personal responsibility for health”, Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 11 (3), 315-324.
Naue U. (2007): “Zwischen alten Inhalten und neuen Möglichkeiten – Zur Notwendigkeit einer politikwissenschaftlichen Auseinandersetzung mit dem Thema Behindertenpolitik”, Kontraste, 4, 9 – 11.
Naue, U. (2006): “Governing Disability in Austria: Reflections on a Changing Political Field”, Disability Studies Quarterly, 26 (2).
Naue, U. (2006): “Minderheit sichtbar machen: Behinderte Menschen, Barrieren und Diskriminierung”, Stimme von und für Minderheiten, 58.
Naue, U. (2005): “Zur Analyse der Behindertenpolitik in Österreich aus dem Blickwinkel der Disability Studies”, Behinderte in Familie, Schule und Gesellschaft, 5/05, 82-91.
Paul, K.T., Avezaat, C.J.J, Friele, R., IJzermans, J, and R. Bal (forthcoming) “Organ donation as transition work: policy discourse and clinical practice in the Netherlands“. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine.
Paul, K.T. (2012) “The Europeanization of food safety: a discourse-analytical approach”. Journal of European Public Policy 19(4): 549-566.
Paul, K.T. (2011) “From ‘Politics in the Stable’ to Stable Politics: Challenges and Continuities in Dutch Food Policy Discourse”, in Science as Culture 20(2): 209-229.
Paul, K.T. (2009) “Discourse analysis: an exploration of methodological issues and a call for methodological courage in the field of policy analysis”, Critical Policy Studies 3(2): 240 – 253.
Paul, K.T. (2008) “Thought for Food (Safety) in the EU: A discourse – analytical approach” GARNET Working Paper series 38/08.
Paul, K.T. (2007) “Food for Thought: Change and Continuity in German Food Safety Policy”, Critical Policy Analysis 1(1): 18-32.
Prainsack, B. & Hashiloni-Dolev, Y., (2009): “Faith and Nationhood”, in: Atkinson, P. Glasner, P. & Lock, M. (eds): Handbook of Genetics and Society: Mapping the new genomic era, London: Routledge. (in press).
Prainsack, B., Reardon, J., Hindmarsh, R., Gottweis, H., Naue, U. & Jeantine E. L. (2008): “Misdirected precaution”, Nature, 456, 34–35.
Prainsack B., (2008): “Governing through biobanks: Research populations in Israel”, in: Gottweis, H. & and Petersen, A. (eds): Biobanks: Comparative Governance, London: Routledge.
Prainsack, B. (2008): “Forum on the Nuffield Report The Forensic Use of Bioinformation: Ethical Issues. An Austrian Perspective”. BioSocieties, 3 (1), 92-97.
Prainsack, B. (2007): “`Natural Forces´- The Regulation of Genomics in Israel”, in: Glasner, P., Atkinson, P. & Greenslade, H. (eds): New Genetics, New Social Formations, London: Routledge, 231-252.
Prainsack, B. & Gurwitz, D. (2007): “Private fears in public places? Ethical and regulatory concerns regarding human genomic databases”. Editorial; Special Focus issue of Personalized Medicine, 4 (4), 447-452.
Prainsack, B. (2007): “Research Populations: Biobanks in Israel”, New Genetics & Society, 26, 85-103 .
Prainsack, B., Cherkas, L.F. & Spector, T.D. (2007): “Attitudes towards human reproductive cloning, assisted reproduction, and gene selection – A survey of 4,600 British twins”, Human Reproduction, 22 (8), 2302-2308.
Prainsack, B. & Spector, T. D. (2006): “Twins: A Cloning Experience”, Social Science & Medicine, 63 (10), 2739-2752.
Prainsack, B. & Naue, U. (2006): “Relocating health governance: personalized medicine in times of `global genes´”,
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Prainsack, B. (2006): “Negotiating Life: The Regulation of Embryonic Stem Cell Research and Human Cloning in Israel”,
Social Studies of Science, 36 (2), 173-205.
Prainsack, B. & Siegal, G. (2006): “The rise of genetic couplehood? A comparative view of premarital genetic testing”, BioSocieties, 1 (1), 17-36.
Prainsack, B. & Firestine, O. (2006): “`Science for survival´: Biotechnology regulation in Israel”, Science and Public Policy 33 (1), 33-46.
Kritzinger, S., Prainsack, B. & Pülzl, H. (2006): “Veränderung von nationalen forschungspolitischen Strategien: Eine theoretische Annäherung“ („Changes in national strategies of research and science politics: A theoretical discussion“), Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft (Austrian Political Science Journal), 35 (1), 75-92.
Prainsack, B. (2006):“Politik und Religion” („Politics and Religion“), in: Dachs, H. et al (eds), Politik in Österreich. Das Handbuch (Politics in Austria. The Handbook), Vienna: Manz.
Prainsack, B. & Firestine, O. (2005): “Genetically Modified Survival. `Red´ and `green´ biotechnology in Israel”, Science as Culture, 14 (4), 355-372.
Prainsack, B. (2005): “Streitbare Zellen? Die Politik der Bioethik in Israel” („Contested Cells? The Politics of Bioethics in Israel“), Leviathan, 1: 69-93 (in German).
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Weiß, M. G. ( 2007): “Il corpo infelice di Sartre. Fenomenologia del corpo in L’essere e il nulla”, in: Pirillo, N. (Hrsg.): Sartre e la filosofia del suo tempo, Brescia (in print).
Weiß, M. G. (2007): “Subjektivität und Herrschaft im Kontext von Biopolitik und Gentechnik”,Phänomenologische Forschungen, 2007, 163-191.
Weiß, M. G. (2006): Gianni Vattimo. Einführung. Mit einem Interview mit Gianni Vattimo, Wien: Passagen.
Weiß, M. G. (2005): “Agamben, Giorgio”, in: Die Brockhaus Enzyklopädie in 30 Bänden, 21. edition, Vol 1, Leipzig: Brockhaus, 297.
Weiß, M. G. (2005): “Die drei Körper des Jean-Paul Sartre. Zur Phänomenologie des Leibes in Das Sein und das Nichts“,
in: Flatscher, M. & Pöltner, G. (eds.): Heidegger und die Antike, Frankfurt/M.: Lang, 182-195.
Weiß, M. G. (2005): “Giorgio Agambens Homo Sacer“, in: Blamauer, M. & Fasching, W. (eds): Phänomenologische Aufbrüche, Frankfurt/M.: Lang, 129-141.
Weiß, M. G. (2005): „La dissoluzione della natura umana. Il potenziale critico delle biotecnologie fra emancipazione ed essenzialismo”, Annali di Studi Religiosi, 219-249.
Weiß, M. G. (2005): „Warum wir im Bett nicht lesen dürfen. Bemerkungen zur Struktur des Rechts bei Derrida, Benjamin und Agamben“, in: Zeillinger, P. (ed.): Nach Derrida. Dekonstruktion in zeitgenössischen Diskursen, Wien: Turia & Kant, 86-105.