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On Legal Regulation of the Alienation of Science and Technology

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The alienation of science & technology is a kind of abnormal phenomenon coming from the research or use of science & technology. It makes science & technology from the tool that serves and brings benefit to human into the power that controls and harms human, so the regulation of the alienation of science & technology is the requirement of the sound development of science & technology, and the socio-economic progress, as well as the improvement of people's living standards. Law is the primary measure to regulate the alienation of science & technology. The legal regulation is the fundamental way because it provides the value orientation, the norms of behavior, the rational allocation of resources and the reward and punishment mechanism for the control of the alienation of science & technology. In China, The alienation of science & technology has gradually come into being and has increasingly been serious with the development of science & technology since the reform and open policy has been implemented. The legal regulation of the alienation of science & technology is an important component of the modernization construction, its promotion asks to be guided by scientific concept on development, firm the legal foundation, strengthen the responsibility of the government and bring the corrective function of judicature into full play.

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S. He, "On Legal Regulation of the Alienation of Science and Technology," Beijing Law Review, Vol. 2 No. 3, 2011, pp. 119-126. doi: 10.4236/blr.2011.23012.

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