The Core Model: A Collaborative Paradigm for the Pharmaceutical Industry and Global Health Care develops the innovative core model, an organizational research and design paradigm and economic theory that proposes a collaborative approach to resolving global health issues and improving the productivity of drug development. The model proposes that scientific collaboration does not occur in an unstructured manner, but actually takes place within a highly structured order where knowledge is transferred, integrated and finally translated into commercial products. An understanding of this model will help solve the global pharmaceutical industry´s productivity problems and address important global health care and economic issues.
This book is useful to researchers, advanced students, regulators, and management in pharmaceutical industries, as well as healthcare professionals, those working in health economics, and those interested in scientific innovation processes.
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Table of Contents
Part I 1. Introduction: the remarkable success story of the development of bortezomib 2. Lessons from the development of bortezomib: the Core Model
Part II 3. The "Core: when innovation meets leadership 4. "The Bridge: collaboration is the best catalyst to success 5. "The Periphery: the efficient use of underused societal resources
Part III 6. Biopharmaceutical intellectual property, financial interests, and the Core Model 7. Global health care crisis, the pharmaceutical industry, and the Core Model 8. The Core Model, innovation, economic growth, development, and policy-making
Part IV 9. Conclusion: the Core Model: a novel economic theory 10. Epilogue: the Core Model and other industries