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Biotechnology, agriculture and development

Author: Peter W B Phillips
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, USA : Edward Elgar Publishing, [2015]
Series: Elgar mini series
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:

Recent innovations in agriculture and food technologies have brought benefits to many countries, particularly in developing regions, but information about the extent of these has often been sparse.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter W B Phillips
ISBN: 9781781952559 1781952558
OCLC Number: 944534608
Notes: "An Elgar research collection."
Description: xl, 756 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.`Do Political Attitudes Affect Consumer Choice? Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Study with Genetically Modified Bread in Switzerland', Sustainability, 3 (9), September, 1555 --
72 / Philipp Aerni --
2.`The Adoption of Genetically Modified Cotton and Poverty Reduction in Pakistan', Journal of Agricultural Economics, 61 (1), February, 175 --
92 / Awudu Abdulai --
3.`Research Returns Redux: A Meta-Analysis of the Returns to Agricultural R & D', Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 44 (2), June, 185 --
215 / T.J. Wyatt. Note continued: 4.`Reconciling Traditional Knowledge with Modern Agriculture: A Guide for Building Bridges', in Anatole Krattiger, Richard T. Mahoney, Lita Nelsen, Jennifer A. Thomson, Alan B. Bennett, Kanikaram Satyanarayana, Gregory D. Graff, Carlos Fernandez and Stanley P. Kowalski (eds), Intellectual Property Management in Health and Agricultural Innovation: A Handbook of Best Practices, Chapter 16.7, Oxford, UK: Centre for the Management of Intellectual Property in Health Research and Development and Davis, CA, USA: Public Intellectual Property Resource for Agriculture, [ect.] / Klaus Ammann --
5.`Economic Impacts of Policies Affecting Crop Biotechnology and Trade', New Biotechnology, 27 (5), November, 558 --
64 / Kym Anderson --
6.`On the Adoption of Genetically Modified Seeds in Developing Countries and the Optimal Types of Government Intervention', American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 89 (3), August, 784 --
804 / Matin Qaim. Note continued: 7.`Coexistence Rules and Regulations in the European Union', American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 88 (5), December, 1193 --
9 / Justus Wesseler --
8.`The Economic Impact of Genetically Modified Cotton on South African Smallholders: Yield, Profit and Health Effects', Journal of Development Studies, 42 (4), May, 662 --
77 / Yousouf Ismael --
9.`Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Environmental Effects, 1996 --
2010', GM Crops and Food: Biotechnology in Agriculture and the Food Chain, 3 (2), April/May/June, 129 --
37 / Peter Barfoot --
10.`Accessing Modern Science: Policy and Institutional Options for Agricultural Biotechnology in Developing Countries', World Development, 30 (6), June, 931 --
48 / Ken Fischer --
11.`Impact of Bt Cotton in China', World Development, 29 (5), May, 813 --
25 / Ken Fischer --
12.`Crop Biotechnology and the African Farmer', Food Policy, 31 (6), December, 504 --
27 / Idah Sithole-Niang. Note continued: 13.`Surplus Distribution from the Introduction of a Biotechnology Innovation', American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 82 (2), May, 360 --
69 / Robert G. Nelson --
14.`Estimates and Implications of the Costs of Compliance with Biosafety Regulations in Developing Countries', GM Crops and Food: Biotechnology in Agriculture and the Food Chain, 3 (1), January/February/March, 52 --
9 / Sutrisno --
15.`The First Decade of Genetically Engineered Crops in the United States', United States Department of Agriculture: Economic Information Bulletin Number 11 (EIB-11), April, 1 --
30 / Fred Kuchler --
16.`Resistance Management and Sustainable Use of Agricultural Biotechnology', AgBioForum: Journal of Agrobiotechnology Management and Economics, 13 (4), 343 --
59 / Jeanne M. Reeves --
17.`Bt Cotton and Farmer Suicides in India: An Evidence-Based Assessment', Journal of Development Studies, 47 (2), February, 316 --
37 / Debdatta Sengupta. Note continued: 18.`Stealth Seeds: Bioproperty, Biosafety, Biopolitics', Journal of Development Studies, 43 (1), January, 130 --
57 / Ronald J. Herring --
19.`Plant Biotechnology in China', Science, 295 (5555), January, 674 --
7 / Qinfang Wang --
20.`Will the Biosafety Protocol Hinder or Protect the Developing World: Learning from China's Experience', Food Policy, 33 (1), February, 1 --
12 / Qinfang Wang --
21.`Genetically Modified Rice, Yields, and Pesticides: Assessing Farm-Level Productivity Effects in China', Economic Development and Cultural Change, 56 (2), January, 241 --
63 / Carl Pray --
22.`Areawide Suppression of European Corn Borer with Bt Maize Reaps Savings to Non-Bt Maize Growers', Science, 330 (6001), October, 222 --
5 / E.S. Raun --
23.`Science Meets Farming in Africa', Science, 334 (6061), December, 1323 / Calestous Juma. Note continued: 24.`Global Identity Preservation Costs in Agricultural Supply Chains', Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 49 (4), December, 605 --
15 / James Barnes --
25.`Reviving Global Poverty Reduction: What Role for Genetically Modified Plants?', Journal of International Development, 13 (7), October, 823 --
46 / Michael Lipton --
26.`Biotech --
Who Wins? Economic Benefits and Costs of Biotechnology Innovations in Agriculture', Estey Centre Journal of International Law and Trade Policy, 2 (1), Spring, 93 --
117 / Michael Lipton --
27.`Intellectual Property Rights and the Welfare Effects of Agricultural R & D', American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 79 (4), November, 1229 --
42 / Harvey Lapan --
28.`Five Years of Bt Cotton in China --
The Benefits Continue', Plant Journal, GM Special Issue, 31 (4), August, 423 --
30 / Scott Rozelle. Note continued: 29.`Public --
Private Sector Linkages in Research and Development: Biotechnology and the Seed Industry in Brazil, China and India', American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 83 (3), August, 742 --
7 / Carl E. Pray --
30.`Supplying Crop Biotechnology to the Poor: Opportunities and Constraints', Journal of Development Studies, 43 (1), January, 192 --
217 / Anwar Naseem --
31.`Roundup Ready Soybeans in Argentina: Farm Level and Aggregate Welfare Effects', Agricultural Economics, 32 (1), January, 73 --
86 / Greg Traxler --
32.`The Economics of Genetically Modified Crops', Annual Review of Resource Economics, 1, June, 665 --
93 / Matin Qaim --
33.`Bt Cotton in India: Field Trial Results and Economic Projections', World Development, 31 (12), December, 2115 --
27 / Matin Qaim. Note continued: 34.`Genetically Modified Crops, Corporate Pricing Strategies, and Farmers' Adoption: The Case of Bt Cotton in Argentina', American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 85 (4), November, 814 --
28 / Alain de Janvry --
35.`Bales and Balance: A Review of the Methods Used to Assess the Economic Impact of Bt Cotton on Farmers in Developing Economies', AgBioForum: Journal of Agrobiotechnology Management and Economics, 9 (3), 195 --
212 / Melodie Cartel --
36.`Agricultural Biotechnology: Legal Liability Regimes from Comparative and International Perspectives', Global Jurist Advances, 6 (2), October, i, 1 --
78 / Drew L. Kershen --
37.`Liabilities and Economics of Transgenic Crops', Nature Biotechnology, 20 (6), June, 537 --
41 / Peter W.B. Phillips --
38.`Recent Trends in the Scientific Basis of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Trade Rules and Their Potential Impact on Investment', Journal of World Investment and Trade, 12 (1), 5 --
26 / Peter W.B. Phillips. Note continued: 39.`The Impact of Bt Cotton on Poor Households in Rural India', Journal of Development Studies, 46 (2), February, 295 --
311 / Matin Qaim --
40.`Mycotoxin Reduction in Bt Corn: Potential Economic, Health, and Regulatory Impacts', Transgenic Research, 15 (3), June, 277 --
89 / Felicia Wu --
41.`The Impact of Agricultural Biotechnology on Yields, Risks, and Biodiversity in Low-income Countries', Journal of Development Studies, 43 (1), January, 63 --
78 / Matin Qaim --
42.`Agricultural Biotechnology: Productivity, Biodiversity, and Intellectual Property Rights', Journal of Agricultural and Food Industrial Organization, 2 (2), May, i, 1 --
16 / Matin Qaim.
Series Title: Elgar mini series
Responsibility: edited by Peter W.B. Phillips, Distinguished Professor of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan, Canada, David Castle, Professor of Public Administration and Vice President Research, University of Victoria, Canada, and Stuart J. Smyth, Assistant Professor, Department of Bioresource Policy, Business and Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
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