- Daniel Goroff (Vice President and Program Director at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and Division Director for Social and Economic Sciences at the NSF)
- Caroline S. Wagner (Milton & Roslyn Wolf Chair in International Affairs, John Glenn School of Public Affairs, OSU)
There has long been discussion about the ethics of industry funded research. However, funding is not the only valuable resource that companies can offer academic researchers. There is also an enormous wealth of data being collected which has great potential to be studied for the purposes of understanding and addressing today's social and public health challenges, but which may be inaccessible due to consumer privacy, trade secrets, and proprietary matters. What are the ethics of corporate-academic collaborations when it comes to the pooling of these resources? In this panel we will discuss the challenges and possibilities of structuring these research partnerships with the aim of protecting privacy and promoting data stewardship, social value, research integrity, and public trust.
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