International Consortium on Agricultural Biotechnology Research (ICABR)

Abstracts 2003
 

REGULATION OF BIOTECHNOLOGY SECTOR
 

ENVIRONMENTAL RISK AND THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE: A BAYESIAN VIEW APPLIED TO GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS
Iulie Aslaksen, Statistics Norway
Bent Natvig, Department of Mathematics
Inger Nordal, Department of Botany,
University of Oslo, Norway.

IDENTITY PRESERVED WHEAT MARKETING: AN IMPLICATION FOR NON-BIOTECH WHEAT EXPORTS
Shida Rastegari Henneberry
Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, USA

FOOD SECURITY IN THE DOHA DEVELOPMENT ROUND
Michael Blakeney
Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute, University of London

REGULATING AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
Hossein  Esmaeili
School of Law,
University of New England,
Armidale, Australia

BIOTECHNOLOGY AND TRADE-RELATED INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS: ISSUES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
James D. Gaisford
Department of Economics,
University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Jill E. Hobbs and William A. Kerr

University of Saskatchewan, Canada

RISK ASSESSMENT IN ACTION’ - REVIEWING
THE PRACTICE OF TOXICOLOGICAL RISK
ASSESSMENT OF GMO PRODUCTS
IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Armin Spoek and Sandra Karner
Inter-University Research Center for Technology, Work and Culture Graz
Helmut Gaugitsch
Federal Environment Agency, Vienna
Heinz Hofer,
Austrian Research Centres Seibersdorf
Karin Kienzl-Plochberger, Petra Lehner
free-lance researcher Vienna
Susanne Stirn
Department of Immunpathology, Vienna
Rudolf Valenta,
BIOGUM, Hamburg 

TRANSGENIC CROP RISK
ASSESSMENT POLICIES:
AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON

Douglas Pachico
CIAT: International Center for Tropical Agricultural,
Cali, Colombia

PATENT LAW’S INHERENT LIMITS
Richard Gold
Faculty of Law, McGill Universit,
Montreal, Canada

IDENTITY PRESERVED WHEAT MARKETING:
AN IMPLICATION FOR
NON-BIOTECH WHEAT EXPORTS

Shida Rastegari Henneberry
Department of Agricultural Economics,
Oklahoma State University,
Stillwater,USA

PRODUCT DIFFERENTIATION
AND RESTRUCTURING
OF THE AGRICULTURAL
PRODUCTION AND MARKETING SYSTEM: GM AND IDENTITY PRESERVATION

John A. Miranowski, Helen H. Jensen,
and Ariun Is
hdorj,
Iowa State University, Iowa, USA

PRODUCT STANDARDS IN AN OPEN ECONOMY: ROLE OF NATIONAL TREATMENT
Devesh Roy
University Of Maryland, MD, USA

EFFECTS OF FOREIGN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS ON U.S. BILATERAL EXPORTS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY RELATED AGRICULTURAL INPUTS
Suzanne L. W. Wisniewski,
Applied Economics,
University of Minnesota, USA

 

AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY: CHALLENGES TO INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS TO PROTECT PLANT, ANIMAL AND HUMAN HEALTH
Jimmye S. Hillman and George B. Frisvold
Dept. of Agri.& Resource Econ.,
University of Arizona, USA

SHAPING PATENT RIGHTS FOR PLANT INNOVATION
Mark D. Janis
University of Iowa College of Law,
Jay P. Kesan
University of Illinois College of Law,
Illinois, USA

WHY ARE US AND EU GMO REGULATIONS SUB-OPTIMAL?
Kym Anderson and Lee Ann Jackson
University of Adelaide, Australia

THE REGULATION OF ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY: AT THE
CROSSROADS OF LAW AND ETHICS

Lyne Létourneau
 Research Centre on Reproductive Biology
Laval University,
Sainte-Foy, Québec

A SEARCH FOR NEW MODELS OF REGULATION OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FOODS
Peter W.B. Phillips
Managing Knowledge-based Agri-foo
Development, University of Saskatchewan,
 Canada , USA

THE LIABILITIES FROM REGULATING GENE FLOW FROM PHARMACEUTICAL AND TRANSGENIC PLANTS
Stuart Smyth, George Khachatourians
and Peter W.B. Phillips
University of Saskatchewan, CA

THE ROLE OF RESEARCH NETWORKS IN CREATING AND MANAGING BIOTECHNOLOGY RELATED INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Peter W.B. Phillips
Managing Knowledge-based Agri-food Development,
University of Saskatchewan,
Canada , USA

CAN TRIPS DETER INNOVATION? THE ANTICOMMONS AND PUBLIC GOODS IN PLANT BREEDING
Dwijen Rangnekar
School of Public Policy,
University College London,UK

THE LABELING OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED PRODUCTS IN A GLOBAL TRADING ENVIRONMENT
Stefania Scandizzo
Studi Economici,
Corporación Andina de Fomento

BIOTECHNOLOGY, BIOSAFETY AND REGULATORY COSTS
José Falck Zepeda, Joel Cohen,  John Komen
International Service for National Agricultural Research,
The Hague, The Netherlands

A new strategy to develop biotechnology safely  in developing countries
Luiz Antonio Barreto de Castro
EMBRAPA/CENARGEN,
Brazil

CASE STUDIES IN REGULATORY COSTS FOR GENETICALLY ENGINEERED CROPS IN INDIA
Janet Carpenter
US Agency for International Development, Washington, WA, USA

HOW FOODS DERIVED FROM GENETICALLY MODIFIED CROPS ARE TESTED FOR SAFETY
Andrew Cockburn
Francesco Tencalla
Monsanto Europe

LABELING OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODS: DOES IT REALLY PROVIDE CONSUMER CHOICE?
Colin A. Carter, Y. Hossein Farzin
and Guillaume P. Gruere
Dept of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California Davis, CA


NEW PRODUCTS

ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ERA IN BIOTECHNOLOGY: EXPRESSION OF TRAITS FOR PLANT IMPROVEMENT AND PRODUCTION OF BIOPHARMACEUTICALS AND EDIBLE VACCINES IN TRANSGENIC CHLOROPLASTS
Henry Daniell
Department of Molecular Biology & Microbiology, University of Central Florida, U.S.A.

CYNARA CARDUNCULUS L. AS A BIOMASS CROP FOR MEDITERRANEAN ENVIRONMENT: YIELDS AND APPLICATIONS
Raccuia S.A., Melilli M.G.,
Cavallaro V., Tringali S.
Istituto per i Sistemi Agricoli
e Forestali del Mediterraneo,
 CNR, Catania, Italy.
 

"STRATEGIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF BIOPHOSPHORUS FERTILIZER SYSTEMS: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN MOLECULAR GENETICS AND RHIZOSPHERE ECOLOGY."
Alan H. Goldstein
Biomedical Materials
Engineering Science Program,
Alfred University, N.Y., USA

BIOTECH AND PLANTED TREES: SOME REGULATORY AND ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS
Roger A. Sedjo
Resources for the Future
Washington, D.C

 INNOVATION DISSEMINATION AND THE MARKET IMPACTS OF DROUGHT-TOLERANT GENETICALLY MODIFIED RICE
Mamane Annou, Frank Fuller and Eric Wailes
Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness,
University of Arkansas, AR, USA

THE POTENTIAL OF BIOMASS PRODUCTS FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
Liu-Hsiung Chuang
Natural Resources Conservation Service,
U. S. Department of Agriculture,
Washington, D.C., USA
Burton C. English
Department of Agricultural
EconomicsUniversity of Tennessee,  USA

THE USE OF TRANSGENIC PLANTS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF VACCINE PROTEINS: AN ECONOMICAL ALTERNATIVE
Rigano M.M, Alvarez M.L.,
Pinkhasov J., Arntzen C.J. and Walmsley A. M.
Department of Plant Biology,
Arizona State University,
Tempe, Arizona
Sala F.,
Department of Biology,
University of Milan,
Milan, Italy

THE BILLION DOLLAR BUG: A NEW, TRANSGENIC SOLUTION FOR MAIZE GROWERS
Harvey Glick
Monsanto

 

 


PUBLIC PERCEPTION ON BIOTECHNOLOGY


TAKEHOLDER ATTITUDES TOWARDS AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES – POLITICAL POLARIZATION AS A RESULT OF THE PRIVATE MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC TRUST
Philipp Aerni
ETH Zentrum, Zurich, Switzerland

CIVIL-SOCIETY PRESSURES AGAINST CROP BIOTECHNOLOGY AND IP REFORM: WHY ARE SOME GOVERNMENTS LISTENING?
Kathleen McAfee
Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven CT

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF GMOS REGULATION IN EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES: TOWARDS A CONVERGENCE?
Luciano Venturini
Institute of Food Economics, Catholic University, Piacenza, Italy

THE STRATEGIC IMPLEMENTATION OF PUBLIC POLICY TOWARD AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Anasuya  Chattopadhyay
Theodore M. Horbulyk
Department of Economics,
University of Calgary,
Alberta, Canada

TOWARDS BETTER PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF AG-BIOTECH PRACTICES IN EUROPE.
CASE STUDY: A BOTTOM-UP AND MULTI-STAKEHOLDERS APPROACH LEADS TO MORE ACCEPTABLE SCENARIO’S FOR BETTER PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF AG-BIOTECH

Ann Van Gysel and Philippe Jacobs
VIB – Gent, Belgium


AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE MEDIA
Johan F.M. Swinnen
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Jill McCluskey
Washington State University, USA

PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD
AMERICANS KNOW NOT WHAT THEY EAT

William K. Hallman, Adesoji O. Adeleja, Brain Schilling, Ferdaus Hossain, Benjamin Onyango, Helen Aquino
Food Biotechnology Program,
 Food Policy Institute Rutgers,
The State University of New Jersey,
 New Brunswick, NJ

BIOTECHNOLOGY AND
GOVERNANCE:
CAN”THINK TANKS” BE OF HELP?

Knut Erik Solei
Galina Gaivoronskaia
Department of Political Science and Sociology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

IMPACT OF QUALITY ASSURANCE AND SCIENCE ON FOOD MARKET
R.I. Zalewski and E. Skawińska
Quality Management
University of Poznaniu, Poland

 

 


ENVIRONMENT
 

PROCESS VERSUS PERFORMANCE STANDARDS: IMPLICATIONS OF EXTERNALITIES IN THE PRODUCTION OF GREEN PRODUCTS
B. James Deaton
Institute for Food and Agricultural Standards

John P. Hoehn
Department of Agricultural Economics
Michigan State University

BT COTTON, PESTICIDE USE, AND RESISTANCE DEVELOPMENT IN ARGENTINA
Matin Qaim
Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn,  Bonn, Germany.
Alain de Janvry
Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California
Berkeley, , USA

LIFE-CYCLE ASSESSMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS ASSOCIATED WITH HERBICIDE-TOLERANT SUGAR BEET IN EUROPE
Richard Bennett
Department of Agricultural and Food Economics, The University of Reading, UK
Peter Carruthers, Peter Grey and Alison Strange Centre for Agricultural Strategy,
The University of Reading, UK
Richard Phipps
Department of Agriculture,
The University of Reading, UK

EFFECTS OF REFUGES, RESISTANCE AND NATURAL ENEMIES ON PRIMARY AND SECONDARY PESTS IN BT-COTTON: AN ECOSYSTEM PERSPECTIVE
Andrew Paul Gutierrez
Center for Sustainable Development,
 Berkeley, USA
David Zilberman
Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Berkeley, USA

THE ENVIROPIG: A CASE STUDY OF THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION OF BIOTECHNOLOGY IN ENVIRONMENTAL AGRICULTURE
J.P. Phillips, C.W. Forsberg,
S. Golovan, A. Ajakaiye,
M. Fan and R. Hacker
University of Guelph,
Guelph, Ontario, Canada

PESTICIDE OVERUSE AND BT COTTON – EVIDENCE FROM SOUTH AFRICA
Bha
vani Shankar
Department of Agricultural & Food Economics, University of Reading, UK
Colin Thirtle
Department of Environmental Science and Technology, Imperial College of Science,
 London, UK

ENVIRONMENTALLY-FRIENDLY CROP PROTECTION IN GM HERBICIDE-TOLERANT SUGAR BEET
A. M. Dewar, L. A. Haylock,
 B.H. Garner, R.J.N.Sands,
P. Baker, M.J. Walker & M.J.May
Broom’s Barn Research Station,
Higham Bury St. Edmunds, UK

A NEW APPROACH TO THE MANAGEMENT OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED HERBICIDE TOLERANT CROPS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFIT
Alan M. Dewar, Mike J. May,
Lisa A. Haylock, Gillian T. Champion,
Beulah H. Garner, Richard J. Sands,
Aiming Qi and John D. Pidgeon
Broom’s Barn Research Station,
Higham, Suffolk, UK
Ian P. Woiwod
Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Herts, UK
 


INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION

 

PRICE DISCRIMINATION AND
ACCESS TO IMPROVED TECHNOLOGY IN A PRIVATIZED WORLD

Albert Acquaye and Greg Traxler
Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology

Auburn University,  USA

UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY RELATIONSHIPS AND THE PUBLIC GOOD: FRAMING THE ISSUES IN AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
David E. Ervin
Environmental Sciences and Resources Program, Portland State University, OR
Terri L. Lomax
Botany and Plant Pathology, Oregon State University, OR
Michael Rodemeyer
Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology,
OR,
USA

FUTURE PIPELINE OF GMOS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
Klaus Menrad and Martina Menrad
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems
and Innovation Research, Karlsruhe, Germany

THE DISTRIBUTION OF BENEFITS AND SPILLOVERS WITHIN AN AG-BIOTECH INDUSTRY
Stavroula Malla, Kien Tran and Richard Gray
University of Saskatchewan, SK, Canada
 

THE CALIFORNIA SEED INDUSTRY: ORGANIZATION, ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE, AND THE STRUCTURE OF R&D
Matt A. Andersen and Leslie. J. Butler
 Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics, University of California-Davis, CA

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, BASIC SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, AND EDUCATION: SYNERGIES OR TRADEOFFS IN THE EXPANDED MISSION OF LAND GRANT UNIVERSITIES
Jeremy D. Foltz and Bradford L. Barham
Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Kwansoo Kim
Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, Seoul National University,
USA

BIOTECHNOLOGY, MARKET FAILURES AND DYNAMIC UNCERTAINTY
Odin K. Knudsen
World Bank
Pasquale L. Scandizzo
Tor Vergata University, Rome

TECHNOLOGICAL. FINANCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENTS TO THE UPHOLD OF BIOTECHNOLOGY FIRMS IN BRAZIL
Maria da Graça Fonseca
Instituto def Economia-
UFRJ  Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
José Maria da Silveira
Instituto def Economia, University of Campinas Sâo Paulo
Maria Esther dal Poz
IG UNICAMP, SP

The Allocation of Agricultural Biotechnology Productivity Gains Between Farm and Farm Input Sectors
Lilyan Fulginiti and Richard Perrin
Department of Agricultural Economics,
University of Nebraska, USA

RESTRICTED MONOPOLY R&D PRICING: UNCERTAINTY, IRREVERSIBILITY, AND NON-MARKET EFFECTS
Robert D. Weaver
Agricultural Economics Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
Justus Wesseler
Env
ironmental Economics and Natural Resources, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
 

WHO DO CONSUMERS TRUST FOR INFORMATION? THE CASE OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODS
Wallace E. Huffman, Matt Rousu, Jason Shogren, and Abe Tegene
Department of Economics, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, USA
 

MARKET STRUCTURE, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND INNOVATION IN AGRICULTURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
Sanjib Bhuyan, Anwar Naseem, Ferdaus Hossain and Carl Pray
Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics, Rutgers University,
New Brunswick, NJ, USA

BALANCING THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ASPECTS OF AGRICULTURAL GENETIC RESOURCES
M. Eric Van Dusen
University of California at Berkeley, UK

 

 

 


DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
 

THE COSTS TO DEVELOPING COUNTRIES OF NOT DOING BIOTECHNOLOGY
Liborio S. Cabanilla, Tahirou Abdoulaye and John Sanders

Agricultural Economics-Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA

LEARNINGS FROM PUBLIC:PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP FOR GM CROPS
Adrian C Dubock
Syngenta, Basel, Switzerland 

BIOTECHNOLOGY INNOVATION SYSTEM IN ESTONIA: DOES THE AGRO-FOOD SECTOR MATTER?
Klaus Menrad
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Karlsruhe, Germany

THE SHARING OF ARGICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY -- A BANGLADESH EXAMPLE
Z.M.G. Sarwar Jahangir and Ronald A. Eckhardt
College of Staten Island of The City University of New York

ENCOURAGING TECHNICAL PROGRESS IN TROPICAL AGRICULTURE
Alix Peterson Zwane
University of California, Berkeley, USA
Michael Krem
er
Harvard University,
Brookings Institution
National Bureau of Economic Research

BIOTECHNOLOGY POTENTIAL IMPACT IN BRAZIL
Elisio Contini
Brazilian Agriculture Research Corporation - Embrapa and Coordinator of Labex - France
Maria José Sampaio
Brazilian Agriculture Research Corporation - Embrapa - Intellectual Property Office

 

BIOTECHNOLOGY FOR COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE FOR ECONOMIES IN TRANSITION: THE CASE OF ARMENIA
Vahe Heboyan and Verne W. House
USDA MAP & Agribusiness Teaching Center, Armenia
 

EXPERIENCE FROM FOUR COUNTRIE
Wilfred A. Ongaro
UN Economic Commission for Africa
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
 

IPR REGIME AND HEALTHCARE ACCESS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Carla Esposito and Giovanni Tria
Department of Economy and Institutions, “Tor Vergata” University, Rome, Italy
 

RESEARCH PRIZES:
A MECHANISM TO CREATE EFFECTIVE DEMAND
FOR AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY IN AFRICA

William A. Masters
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA
 

ADVANCING BIOTECHNOLOGY PUBLIC GOODS AND THE PUBLIC SECTOR IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: RESULTS FROM THE NEXT HARVEST MEETING
Joel Cohen, José Falck Zepeda and John Komen
International Service for National Agricultural Research, The Hague, The Netherlands


ECONOMIC IMPACT

 

SUCCESS FACTORS, ISSUES AND PROSPECTS FOR GM CROPS IN THE USA: THE CASE OF THE ROUNDUP READY SOYBEAN
Sylvie Bonny
INRA, National Institute of Agricultural Research, GRIGNON, France

HOW MUCH MORE WILL YOU PAY FOR YOUR MEAT:
A MARKET IMPACT ANALYSIS OF THE NEW EUROPEAN GM FOOD AND FEED REGULATION

Bruno Henry de Frahan and Christian Tritten
Université Catholique de Louvain,
Belgique

BIODIVERSITY VERSUS TRANSGENIC SUGAR BEET : THE ONE EURO QUESTION
Matty DEMONT , Eric TOLLENS
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven,  Belgium

Justus WESSELER
Wageningen University, Wageningen,
The Netherlands
 

PRODUCTIVITY AND WELFARE: PROCESS VERSUS PRODUCT INNOVATION IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
Lilyan Fulginiti and Richard Perrin
Department of Agricultural Economics,
 University of Nebraska

OPPORTUNITIES FOR WEED MANIPULATION USING GMHT ROW CROPS
M. J. May,
G. T. Champion,
A. Qi & A. M.  Dewar
Broom’s Barn Research Station,
Edmunds, Suffolk, UK

THE DISTRIBUTION OF COSTS AND BENEFITS FROM THE COMMERCIAL INTRODUCTION OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED CROPS IN FINLAND: CASE STUDIES ON TURNIP RAPE AND POTATO IN FINLAND
Jyrki Niemi , Saija Mäkelä & Jussi Tuomisto
MTT Economic Research, Agrifood Research Finland, Helsinki, Finland
 

THREE YEARS OF TRANSGENIC COTTON IN AFRICA: WHAT ARE THE ECONOMIC GAINS?
Yousouf Ismael and Richard Bennett
Department of Agricultural and Food Economics. Th
e University of Reading, UK
Stephen Morse
Department of Geography. The University of Reading, UK

IMPROVED FARM PRODICTIVITY ABD FARM
SUSTAINABILITY: HAS BIOTECHNOLOGY INNOVATION DELIVERED ON ITS PROMISE?

Harvey Glick
Monsanto

 

THE FARM LEVEL IMPACT OF BT INSECT RESISTANT MAIZE IN SPAIN
Graham Brookes
Jasmine House,
Elham, Canterbury, Kent, UK

TRANSGENIC COTTON AND CROP PRODUCTIVITY: A GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM ANALYSIS FOR WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA
Aziz Elbehri and Stephen McDonald
Economic Research Service, USDA, Washington, D.C, USA

Productivity Analysis of Bt cotton: a modelling approach based on a case study in shandong province, China
Diemuth E. Pemsl, and Hermann Waibel
University of Hannover, Germany
Andrew P. Gutierrez
University of California, Berkeley, United States
 

INTERNATIONAL IMPACTS OF BT COTTON ADOPTION
G. B. Frisvold
Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Arizona, USA
J.M. Reeves
Agricultural Research Division, Cotton Incorporated, NC, USA

GM AND POLLUTING INPUTS IN SOUTH AFRICAN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION: A NON-PARAMETRIC ANALYSIS OF POTENTIAL INPUT REDUCTION
Lindie Beyers and Marnus Gouse
Department of Agricultural Economics, Extension & Rural Development, University of Pretoria
David Hadley
School of Geography and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham
Jenifer Piesse
Management Centre, King’s College London
Colin Thirtle
Department of Environmental Science and Technology, Imperial College London, UK
 THE IMPACT OF A CHANGE IN DEMAND ON THE ESTIMATION OF THE ECONOMIC BENEFITS FROM AGRICULTURAL R & D
Simbo Olubobokun
Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Peter W. B. Phillips
Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Is the public prepared for the “next generation” of AgBiotech?
ARIEH MAOZ
Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development
Chief Scientist Office & National Committee for Transgenic Plants
Bet-Dagan , Israel  


ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
 

BIOTECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS IN FARM ANIMAL NUTRITION
A. Baldi, F. Cheli, L. Rossi, E. Fusi, R. Rebucci, L. Sangalli, C. Pecorini, S. Raggi1, C. Fogher2
Department of Veterinary Science and Technology for Food Safety, University of Milan, Italy
Botanic and Genetic Institute, U.C.S.C., 29100 - Piacenza, Italy

AGRICULTURAL IMPACTS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY, CONSUMER HEALTH CONCERNS, AND ADVERTISING ON FARM MARKETS AND STRUCTURE; A PRE-APPROVAL EVALUATION OF RBST IN JAPAN
Junko Kinoshita
Policy Research Institute, Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Tokyo, JP
Nobuhiro Suzuki
Department of Agricultural Economics at Kyushu University in Japan
Harry M. Kaiser
Department of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, U.S.

GROWTH HORMONES AND THE U.S. DAIRY INDUSTRY: THE EMERGING CHARACTERISTICS OF A MATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY MARKET
Leslie. J. Butler
Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics, University of California-Davis
 

APPLICATION OF DNA-BASED TECHNOLOGIES IN FEEDSTUFFS AUTHENTICATION
Moretti
V.M., Baldi A., Pinotti L., Bellagamba F., Campagnoli A.,  Savoini G., Cantoni C. Dell’Orto V.
Department of Veterinary Science and Technology for Food Safety, University of Milan, Italy.
 

 

 


CONSUMERS ACCEPTANCE
 

CONTINGENT VALUATION OF THE WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR SELECTED GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODS: A MULTI-COUNTRY ANALYSIS
Wen S. Chern and Naoya Kaneko
Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics, The Ohio State University

WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODS WITH BUNDLED HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL ATTRIBUTES
Mario F. Teisl
Department of Resource Economics and Policy , University of Maine
Brian Roe
Dept. of Agricultural,Environmental and Development Economics, Ohio State University
Mike Vayda
Department of Biochemistry, Biotechnology Research, University of Maine
Nancy Ross
Environmental Policy at Unity College

GENETICALLY MODIFIED FISH AND SEAFOOD: CONSUMER ATTITUDES, MARKETING STRATEGIES, AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS
Brian Bennett and Gerard D’Souza
Agricultural and Resource Economics program, West Virginia University, Morgantown, USA.

CONSUMERS’ ATTITUDES AND BUYING INTENTIONS TOWARDS GM FOOD IN SPAIN
José M. Gil
ESAB – Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, Comte d’Urgell, Barcelona, Spain
Ana M. Angulo
Departamento de Análisis Económico, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain

CONSUMER PREFERENCES AND ATTITUDES FOR GM FOODS: ESTIMATING THE SOCIAL WELFARE OF GM LABELLING AND INVESTIGATING THE IMPORTANCE OF PREFERENCE HETEROGENEITY
M Yabe, Andreas Kontoleon and Eric Ryan
Department of Economics and CSERGE, London, UK

CONSUMER RESPONSE TO FOOD SAFETY RECALLS: THE CASE OF STARLINK
Leonie A. Marks and Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
Department of Agricultural Economics,
University of Missouri-Columbia, Missouri
Steven S. Vickner
Department of Agricultural Economics,
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
 

CONSUMER RESPONSE TO A BRANDED GMO FREE FOOD PRODUCT:  AWARENESS OF LABEL, AND IMPACT OF PRICE ON PURCHASE INTEREST
Darl Baumgardner and Marianne McGarry Wolf
California Polytechnic State University,
 San Luis Obispo, California, USA
 

CONSUMER ATTITUDES AND ACCEPTANCE TO GM FOODS IN TAIWAN
Fu-Sung Chiang
Institute of Applied Economics National Taiwan Ocean University, Keelung, Taiwan

MARKET STRUCTURE AND CONSUMER VALUATION IN THE RBST-FREE AND ORGANIC MILK MARKETS
Jeremy D. Foltz and Tirtha Dhar
Dept. of Ag. & Applied Economics,
Madison WI, USA

BETTER DEAD THAN GM-FED IN AFRICA?  INFORMATION AND THE EFFECTS OF CONSUMERS’ RESISTANCE TO GM FOODS IN HIGH-INCOME COUNTRIES
Wallace E. Huffman, Matt Rousu, Jason Shogren, and Abe Tegene

PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE OF AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY : WHAT MALAYSIA CAN LEARN FROM DEVELOPED COUNTRIES’ EXPERIENCE
Latifah Amin
Centre for General Studies,
Jamaluddin Md Jahi
Centre for Graduate Studies,
Nor Muhamad Mahadi and Mohamad Osman
Faculty of Science and Technology,
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi,
Selangor, Malaysia
 

A COMPARISON OF CONSUMER PURCHASE INTEREST IN ORGANICALLY GROWN FRESH CORN WITH FRESH CORN THAT IS GROWN THROUGH THE USE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
Marianne McGarry Wolf and Nicholas P. Giacalone
California Polytechnic State University,
San Luis Obispo, California, USA

DIFFERENCES IN CONSUMER ACCEPTANCE BETWEEN BRANDED AND GENERIC GM-FOOD PRODUCTS: CONCLUSIONS FROM QUANTITATIVE EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
Xavier Gellynck, Wim Verbeke & Tania Debelder
Ghent University, Belgium

AN ANALYSIS OF CONSUMER ATTITUDES TOWARD GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD AND THE RELATIONSHIP OF THOSE ATTITUDES WITH CONSUMER ATTITUDES TOWARD TRACEABILITY, LOCALLY GROWN, COUNTRY OF ORIGIN, ORGANIC, AND COOKING -- IN THE UNITED STATES AND ITALY
 Paola Bertolini
 Dip. Economia Politica - Facoltà di Economia, Modena, Italy
 Marianne McGarry Wolf
California Polytechnic State University,
San Luis Obispo, California, USA

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