Regulatory Science and Regulatory Affairs
Regulatory science is a relatively new field of study and practice, brought about by the need to develop and apply tools and guidelines designed to give laws and regulations a solid scientific basis. Without a scientific basis, guidelines, laws, regulations, and standards would hardly be objective and able to withstand the scrutiny and opposition that they often generate.
https://doi.org/10.21423/jrs-v05n02pi (DOI assigned 3/11/2019)
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