Ine Van Hoyweghen
Ine Van Hoyweghen
Senior Full Professor, KU Leuven
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Global trends on fears and concerns of genetic discrimination: a systematic literature review
A Wauters, I Van Hoyweghen
Journal of human genetics 61 (4), 275-282, 2016
Fit for purpose? The GDPR and the governance of European digital health
L Marelli, E Lievevrouw, I Van Hoyweghen
Policy studies 41 (5), 447-467, 2020
Enacting actuarial fairness in insurance: From fair discrimination to behaviour-based fairness
G Meyers, I Van Hoyweghen
Science as Culture 27 (4), 413-438, 2018
Global citizen deliberation on genome editing
JS Dryzek, D Nicol, S Niemeyer, S Pemberton, N Curato, A Bächtiger, ...
Science 369 (6510), 1435-1437, 2020
Reflections on different governance styles in regulating science: a contribution to ‘Responsible Research and Innovation’
L Landeweerd, D Townend, J Mesman, I Van Hoyweghen
Life sciences, society and policy 11, 1-22, 2015
Life insurance: genomic stratification and risk classification
Y Joly, H Burton, BM Knoppers, IN Feze, T Dent, N Pashayan, ...
European Journal of Human Genetics 22 (5), 575-579, 2014
European practices of genetic information and insurance: lessons for the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act
I Van Hoyweghen, K Horstman
JAMA 300 (3), 326-327, 2008
Risks in the making: travels in life insurance and genetics
I Van Hoyweghen
Amsterdam University Press, 2006
Unravelling fears of genetic discrimination: an exploratory study of Dutch HCM families in an era of genetic non-discrimination acts
E Geelen, K Horstman, CLM Marcelis, PA Doevendans, I Van Hoyweghen
European Journal of Human Genetics 20 (10), 1018-1023, 2012
Science by, with and for citizens: rethinking ‘citizen science’after the 2011 Fukushima disaster
J Kenens, M Van Oudheusden, G Yoshizawa, I Van Hoyweghen
Palgrave communications 6 (1), 1-8, 2020
Making genetics not so important: Family work in dealing with familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
E Geelen, I Van Hoyweghen, K Horstman
Social science & medicine 72 (11), 1752-1759, 2011
The personalisation of insurance: Data, behaviour and innovation
L McFall, G Meyers, IV Hoyweghen
Big Data & Society 7 (2), 2053951720973707, 2020
On the politics of calculative devices: performing life insurance markets
I Van Hoyweghen
Journal of Cultural Economy 7 (3), 334-352, 2014
Anticipating hopes, fears and expectations towards COVID-19 vaccines: A qualitative interview study in seven European countries
KT Paul, BM Zimmermann, P Corsico, A Fiske, S Geiger, S Johnson, ...
SSM-Qualitative Research in Health 2, 100035, 2022
‘Happy failures’: Experimentation with behaviour-based personalisation in car insurance
G Meyers, IV Hoyweghen
Big Data & Society 7 (1), 2053951720914650, 2020
Insurance and the Economization of Uncertainty
TK Lehtonen, I Van Hoyweghen
Journal of Cultural Economy 7 (4), 532-540, 2014
Genetic ‘risk carriers’ and lifestyle ‘risk takers’. Which Risks deserve our legal protection in insurance?
I Van Hoyweghen, K Horstman, R Schepers
Health Care Analysis 15, 179-193, 2007
Normative positions towards COVID-19 contact-tracing apps: findings from a large-scale qualitative study in nine European countries
F Lucivero, L Marelli, N Hangel, BM Zimmermann, B Prainsack, I Galasso, ...
Critical Public Health 32 (1), 5-18, 2022
Making the normal deviant: The introduction of predictive medicine in life insurance
I Van Hoyweghen, K Horstman, R Schepers
Social Science & Medicine 63 (5), 1225-1235, 2006
How political cultures produce different antibiotic policies in agriculture: a historical comparative case study between the United Kingdom and Sweden
S Begemann, E Perkins, I Van Hoyweghen, R Christley, F Watkins
Sociologia ruralis 58 (4), 765-785, 2018
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