Boston Cancer Policy Institute was incorporated in Massachusetts in 2012 with a mission below mentioned. Our research programs have continuously evolved to concentrate on managerial and governance aspects of translational sciences (see Research Programs). Ultimate goals are to liberate humans from biological and physiological burdens through scholarly management social science publications and presentations.
Our missions are to:
1. Governance and Management Frameworks of Translational Science
2. Institutional Frameworks that facilitate or hinder Scientific Knowledge Production and Diffusion for Sustainability
3. Research Policies and Governance Modality
Okada, Ellie (2022) "Pathways to integrate marginalized populations into the workplaces," Dismantling Bias Conference Series: Vol. 3 : Iss. 4, Article 3.
Available at: https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/cgg/vol3/iss4/3
Okada, E. (2021). Management of science-intensive organizations: Catalyzing urban resilience. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan/Springer International.
Okada, E. (2018/ 2019). Management of knowledge-intensive organizations: Governance models for transformative discovery. New York: Palgrave Macmillan/ Switzerland: Springer.
Chapter 8: Conclusion
Okada E. (2018). Knowledge corruption and governance in academic knowledge-intensive organizations: The case of molecular mutations research, Journal of Public Affairs, 18(1).
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