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NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY Regulations for the Establishment of the Recusal Review Committee
Date of Announcement
2022-02-18

[Promulgated on February 25, 2019]

NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY

Regulations for the Establishment of the Recusal Review Committee

 

        May 20, 2014    Passed by the 2,812th Administrative Meeting

February 19, 2019    Amended and passed by the 3,030th Administrative Meeting

 

 

Article 1     National Taiwan University (“the University”) hereby establishes the Recusal Review Committee (“the Committee”) in accordance with Article 11, Paragraph 3 of the University’s Directives for the Management of Research and Development Results and Technology Transfers to handle matters related to conflict of interest disclosures and recusal reviews for which the following regulations (“the Regulations”) have been formulated.

Article 2     The Committee shall be responsible for the following tasks:

1.  Determining the types of interests to be disclosed and the method of disclosure

2.  Reviewing conflict of interest recusals

3.  Internal management of conflict-of-interest recusals and disclosures

4.  Other matters related to conflict of interest recusal

Article 3     The Committee shall operate in accordance with the following regulations:
The Committee shall consist of 5 to 11 members (including the convener). An executive vice president, the Vice President of Research and Development, and the Director of the Center of Industry-Academia Collaboration, Office of Research and Development shall be ex officio members, with the remaining seats filled by scholars and experts from within and outside of the University appointed by the President. Appointed members shall serve a two-year term and may be reappointed consecutively. If a seat becomes vacated during a term, the successor may only serve out the original term.

The executive vice president shall serve as convener of the Committee, and shall be responsible for calling meetings and serving as chair. If the convener is unable to call or attend a meeting, a member may be appointed as acting convener.

Except for ex officio members, members of the Committee may not appoint a representative to act on their behalf. Members shall recuse themselves in the event of a conflict of interest.

Committee resolutions shall be passed with a majority vote held with more than half of its members present. Alternatively, the convener may notify members of a new motion and obtain the approval of more than half of the members in order to pass it.

The convener may seek advice from 1 to 2 members before making a final decision regarding a conflict of interest. If necessary, professionals from outside of the University may be invited to attend meetings and may provide professional opinions as non-voting delegates. All meeting attendees shall sign a non-disclosure agreement.

Membership on the Committee shall be uncompensated, but members not affiliated with the University may be offered consultation fees, travel expenses, and honorariums as appropriate.

Article 4     The Regulations shall be passed by the Administrative Meeting and then implemented on the date of promulgation.

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