AgBioForum
Volume 20 // 2017
AgBioForum Subject Index
A — General Economics and Teaching
A130 - Relation of Economics to Social Values
Is Agricultural Biotechnology Part of Sustainable Agriculture? Different Views in Switzerland and New Zealand 13(2)
Philipp Aerni
Science and Technology in World Agriculture: Narratives and Discourses 12(1)
Pasquale Lucio Scandizzo
A190 - Other
Science and Technology in World Agriculture: Narratives and Discourses 12(1)
Pasquale Lucio Scandizzo
C — Mathematical and Quantitative Methods
C100 - Econometric and Statistical Methods: General
A Tale of Two Mergers: What We Can Learn from Agricultural Biotechnology Event Studies 5(1)
John L. King, Norbert Wilson, and Anwar Naseem
Adoption Patterns of Herbicide-Tolerant Soybeans in Argentina 12(3&4)
Robert Finger, Michael Hartmann, and Michael Feitknecht
Economic Impacts Associated With Bovine Somatotropin (BST) Use Based on Survey of US Dairy Herds 3(2&3)
Stephen L. Ott and C. Matthew Rendleman
Factors Affecting Italian Consumer Attitudes Toward Functional Foods 14(1)
Azzurra Annunziata and Riccardo Vecchio
The Adoption of rBST on Wisconsin Dairy Farms 3(2&3)
Bradford L. Barham, Douglas Jackson-Smith, and Sunung Moon

C120 - Hypothesis Testing
Efficiency of Alternative Technologies and Cultural Practices for Cotton in Georgia 5(1)
Clayton W. Ward, Archie Flanders, Olga Isengildina, and Fred C. White

C130 - Estimation
A Tale of Two Mergers: What We Can Learn from Agricultural Biotechnology Event Studies 5(1)
John L. King, Norbert Wilson, and Anwar Naseem
Determinants of Corn Rootworm Resistant Corn Adoption in Indiana 8(4)
Corinne E. Alexander and Thuy Van Mellor
The Estimated Profit Impact of Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin on New York Dairy Farms for the Years 1994 Through 1997 4(2)
Loren W. Tauer

C140 - Semiparametric and Nonparametric Methods
Comparing the Performance of Official and Unofficial Genetically Modified Cotton in India 8(1)
Stephen Morse, Richard Bennett, and Yousouf Ismael

C150 - Statistical Simulation Methods; Monte Carlo Methods
Economic Analysis of the Impact of Cloning on Improving Dairy Herd Composition 13(2)
Leslie J. Butler and Marianne McGarry Wolf
Impact of Biotech Grains on Market Structure and Societal Welfare 5(3)
Sergio H. Lence and Dermot J. Hayes
Medium Grains, High Stakes: Economics of Genetically Modified Rice in California 6(4)
Craig A. Bond, Colin A. Carter, and Y. Hossein Farzin
Public Perceptions and Willingness-to-Pay a Premium for Non-GM Foods 4(3&4)
Wanki Moon and Siva K. Balasubramanian
Putting Bounds on Estimating Economywide Impacts from Adopting the Renewable Fuels Standard 5(3)
Stephen J. Vogel, Kenneth Hanson, J. Michael Price, and Gerald Schluter
Quantification of Low-level GM Seed Presence in Canadian Commercial Flax Stocks15(1)
Helen Booker and Eric Lamb
The Economics of Microalgae Oil 13(2)
James W. Richardson, Joe L. Outlaw, and Marc Allison
Unacknowledged Health Benefits of Genetically Modified Food: Salmon and Heart Disease Deaths 5(2)
Randall Lutter and Katherine Tucker

C190 - Econometric and Statistical Methods: Other
Efficiency of Alternative Technologies and Cultural Practices for Cotton in Georgia 5(1)
Clayton W. Ward, Archie Flanders, Olga Isengildina, and Fred C. White

C210 - Econometric Methods: Single Equation Models: Cross-Sectional Models; Spatial Models
Genetically Modified Crops and Household Labor Savings in US Crop Production 12(3&4)
Justin G. Gardner, Richard F. Nehring, and Carl H. Nelson
Predicted Willingness of Irish Farmers to Adopt GM Technology 12(3&4)
Conor Keelan, Fiona S. Thorne, Paul Flanagan, Carol Newman, and Ewen Mullins
The Estimated Profit Impact of Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin on New York Dairy Farms for the Years 1994 Through 1997 4(2)
Loren W. Tauer

C230 - Econometric Methods: Single Equation Models; Single Variables: Models with Panel Data
The Impact of Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin on Dairy Farm Profits: A Switching Regression Analysi 8(1)
Loren W. Tauer

C250 - Econometric Methods: Single Equation Models: Discrete Regression and Qualitative Choice Models
Consumer Acceptance and Willingness to Pay for Genetically Modified Vegetable Oil and Salmon: A Multiple-Country Assessment 5(3)
Wen S. Chern, Kyrre Rickertsen, Nobuhiro Tsuboi, and Tsu-Tan Fu
Consumer Willingness-to-Pay for GM Food Products in Italy 3(4)
Stefano Boccaletti and Daniele Moro
Decomposing the Size Effect on the Adoption of Innovations: Agrobiotechnology and Precision Agriculture 4(2)
Jorge Fernandez-Cornejo, Stan Daberkow, and William D. McBride
Determinants of Corn Rootworm Resistant Corn Adoption in Indiana 8(4)
Corinne E. Alexander and Thuy Van Mellor
Do Canadian Consumers Have Concerns about Genetically Modified Animal Feeds? 13(3)
Zoia Komirenko, Michele M. Veeman, and James R. Unterschultz
Is There a Market for GM Foods in Europe? Contingent Valuation of GM and Non-GM Foods in the UK 6(3)
Wanki Moon and Siva K. Balasubramanian
Public Perceptions and Willingness-to-Pay a Premium for Non-GM Foods 4(3&4)
Wanki Moon and Siva K. Balasubramanian

C300 - Econometric Methods: Multiple/Simultaneous Equation Models; Multiple Variables: General
Second-Generation GMOs: Where to from Here? 8(2&3)
Kenrett Y. Jefferson-Moore and Greg Traxler

C310 - Econometric Methods: Multiple/Simultaneous Equation Models; Multiple Variables: Cross-Sectional Models; Spatial Models; Treatment Effect Models
Second-Generation GMOs: Where to from Here? 8(2&3)
Kenrett Y. Jefferson-Moore and Greg Traxler

C350 - Econometric Methods: Multiple/Simultaneous Equation Models: Discrete Regression and Qualitative Choice Models
Consumer Attitudes towards Genetic Modification, Functional Foods, and Microorganisms: A Choice Modeling Experiment for Beer 5(2)
Michael Burton and Dale Pearse

C400 - Econometric and Statistical Methods: Special Topics: General
Mergers, Acquisitions, and Stocks of Agricultural Biotechnology Intellectual Property 8(2&3)
John King and David Schimmelpfennig

C420 - Survey Methods
An Empirical Analysis of United States Consumers' Concerns about Eight Food Production and Processing Technologies 8(1)
Yun-Jae Hwang, Brian Roe, and Mario F. Teisl
Comparing the Performance of Official and Unofficial Genetically Modified Cotton in India 8(1)
Stephen Morse, Richard Bennett, and Yousouf Ismael
Public Perceptions and Willingness-to-Pay a Premium for Non-GM Foods 4(3&4)
Wanki Moon and Siva K. Balasubramanian
Three Seasons of Subsistence Insect-Resistant Maize in South Africa: Have Smallholders Benefited? 9(1)
Marnus Gouse, Carl Pray, David Schimmelpfennig, and Johann Kirsten

C600 - Mathematical Methods and Programming: General
Efficiency of Alternative Technologies and Cultural Practices for Cotton in Georgia 5(1)
Clayton W. Ward, Archie Flanders, Olga Isengildina, and Fred C. White

C610 - Optimization Techniques; Programming Models; Dynamic Analysis
Impacts of Herbicide Resistant Rice Technology on Rice-Soybeans Rotation 4(2)
Mamane Annou, Michael Thomsen, and Eric Wailes
Spillovers and Crowding Effects in a Mixed Biotech Industry: The Case of Canola 9(1)
Richard Gray, Stavroula Malla, and Kien C. Tran

C630 - Computational Techniques; Simulation Modeling
The Economics of Microalgae Oil 13(2)
James W. Richardson, Joe L. Outlaw, and Marc Allison
C680 - Computable General Equilibrium Models
Poverty Impacts of Improved Agricultural Productivity: Opportunities for Genetically Modified Crops 13(4)
Maros Ivanic and Will Martin
C800 - Data Collection and Data Estimation Methodology; Computer Programs: General
Genetically Modified Crops and Household Labor Savings in US Crop Production 12(3&4)
Justin G. Gardner, Richard F. Nehring, and Carl H. Nelson

C830 - Survey Methods; Sampling Methods
Economic Benefits of Genetically-modified Herbicide-tolerant Canola for Producers 14(1)
Michael Gusta, Stuart J. Smyth, Kenneth Belcher, Peter W.B. Phillips, and David Castle
Genetically Modified Crops and Household Labor Savings in US Crop Production 12(3&4)
Justin G. Gardner, Richard F. Nehring, and Carl H. Nelson

C870 - Econometric Software
The Economics of Microalgae Oil 13(2)
James W. Richardson, Joe L. Outlaw, and Marc Allison
C880 - Other Computer Software
An Analysis of Bt Cotton Cultivation in Punjab, Pakistan Using the Agriculture Decision Support System (ADSS) 13(3)
Ahsan Abdullah
C930 - Field Experiments
Economic Benefits of Genetically-modified Herbicide-tolerant Canola for Producers 14(1)
Michael Gusta, Stuart J. Smyth, Kenneth Belcher, Peter W.B. Phillips, and David Castle
D — Microeconomics
D010 - Microeconomic Behavior: Underlying Principles
Biotechnology Adoption Over Time In the Presence of Non-Pecuniary Characteristics that Directly Affect Utility: A Derived Demand Approach 11(1)
Nicholas E. Piggott and Michele C. Marra

D020 - Institutions: Design, Formation, and Operations
Is Agricultural Biotechnology Part of Sustainable Agriculture? Different Views in Switzerland and New Zealand 13(2)
Philipp Aerni

D030 - Behavioral Economics; Underlying Principles
Variety Market Development: A Bt Cotton Cropping Factor and Constraint in China 14(2)
Michel Fok and Naiyin Xu

D29 - Other
Understanding Agricultural Species Metapopulation Biology and Ecology and the Implications for Coexistence in Low Level of Presence Scenarios15(1)
Rene C. Van Acker

D100 - Household Behavior: General
Agricultural Biotechnology and Public Attitudes in the EU 3(2&3)
George Gaskell
Consumer Acceptance of Genetically Modified Food Products in the Developing World 7(1&2)
Kynda R. Curtis, Jill J. McCluskey, and Thomas I. Wahl
Consumer Demand and Production of Organics in the EU 3(2&3)
Bertil Sylvander and Aude Le Floc'h-Wadel
Fearing Fear: Communication About Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Caron Chess
Labeling Policy for GMOs: To Each His Own? 3(1)
Julie A. Caswell
Negative Labeling of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs): The Experience of rBST 3(1)
C. Ford Runge and Lee Ann Jackson
Social Constraints on Crop Biotechnology in Developing Countries 7(1&2)
Glenn Davis Stone

D110 - Consumer Economics: Theory
A View of GMOs from the UK 1(1)
Rupert Loader and Spencer Henson
Analyzing Quality and Quality Assurance (Including Labeling) for GMOs 3(4)
Julie A. Caswell
Consumer Willingness-to-Pay for GM Food Products in Italy 3(4)
Stefano Boccaletti and Daniele Moro
Consumers and GM Food Labels: Providing information Or Sowing Confusion? 3(4)
Edna Einsiedel
Editors' Introduction: Public Acceptance of Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
GMO Labeling: Threat or Opportunity? 1(1)
Peter W.B. Phillips and Grant Isaac
Labeling Policy for GMOs: To Each His Own? 3(1)
Julie A. Caswell
Negative Labeling of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs): The Experience of rBST 3(1)
C. Ford Runge and Lee Ann Jackson
Should Use of Genetically Modified Organisms Be Labeled? 1(1)
Julie A. Caswell
The Market Potential of a New High-Oleic Soybean: An Ex Ante Analysis 7(3)
Konstantinos Giannakas and Amalia Yiannaka
What's in a Label? 1(1)
Karen K. Marshall

D120 - Consumer Economics: Empirical Analysis
A Tale of Two Mergers: What We Can Learn from Agricultural Biotechnology Event Studies 5(1)
John L. King, Norbert Wilson, and Anwar Naseem
Acceptance of Genetically Modified Foods among Maltese Youths: Can Exposure to Formal Knowledge Make a Difference?15(1)
Marion Zammit-Mangion, Ameer Al-Qallaf, and Joseph Vella
Agricultural Biotechnology and Public Attitudes in the EU 3(2&3)
George Gaskell
Agricultural Biotechnology: Why Do Europeans Have Difficulty Accepting It? 1(1)
B. Zechendorf
An Empirical Analysis of United States Consumers' Concerns about Eight Food Production and Processing Technologies 8(1)
Yun-Jae Hwang, Brian Roe, and Mario F. Teisl
Attitudes about Genetically Modified Foods among Korean and American College Students 6(4)
Michael S. Finke and Heaseon Kim
Can Information about Genetically Modified Corn and Its Oil Have Significant Effects on Japanese Consumers' Risk Perception and Their Valuation? 11(1)
Taku Terawaki
Categories of GM Risk-Benefit Perceptions and their Antecedents 7(4)
W. Bruce Traill, Sara R. Jaeger, Wallace M.S. Yee, Carlotta Valli, Lisa O. House, Jayson L. Lusk, Melissa Moore, and J.L. Morrow, Jr.
Climate Change for Biotechnology? UK Public Opinion 1991-2002 6(1&2)
George Gaskell, Nick Allum, Martin Bauer, Jonathan Jackson, Susan Howard, and Nicola Lindsey
Comparison of the Risk Perceptions of Italian and United States Consumers for GM Foods 7(4)
Wes Harrison, Stefano Boccaletti, and Lisa House
Consumer Acceptance and Willingness to Pay for Genetically Modified Vegetable Oil and Salmon: A Multiple-Country Assessment 5(3)
Wen S. Chern, Kyrre Rickertsen, Nobuhiro Tsuboi, and Tsu-Tan Fu
Consumer Attitudes toward Genetically Modified Foods in Beijing, China 5(4)
Quan Li, Kynda R. Curtis, Jill J. McCluskey, and Thomas I. Wahl
Consumer Attitudes towards Genetic Modification, Functional Foods, and Microorganisms: A Choice Modeling Experiment for Beer 5(2)
Michael Burton and Dale Pearse
Consumer Demand and Production of Organics in the EU 3(2&3)
Bertil Sylvander and Aude Le Floc'h-Wadel
Consumer Willingness-to-Pay for GM Food Products in Italy 3(4)
Stefano Boccaletti and Daniele Moro
Consumers' Willingness to Pay for Biotech Foods in China: A Contingent Valuation Approach 9(3)
William Lin, Agapi Somwaru, Francis Tuan, Jikun Huang, and Junfei Bai
Do Canadian Consumers Have Concerns about Genetically Modified Animal Feeds? 13(3)
Zoia Komirenko, Michele M. Veeman, and James R. Unterschultz
Editors' Introduction: Public Acceptance of Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
Factors Affecting Italian Consumer Attitudes Toward Functional Foods 14(1)
Azzurra Annunziata and Riccardo Vecchio
Focus Group Reactions to Genetically Modified Food Labels 5(1)
Mario F. Teisl, Lynn Halverson, Kelly O'Brien, Brian Roe, Nancy Ross, and Mike Vayda
Food Safety Concerns and Biotechnology: Consumers' Attitudes to Genetically Modified Products in Urban China 7(4)
Peter Ho and Eduard B. Vermeer
GM Foods: A Nanjing Case Study of Chinese Consumers' Awareness and Potential Attitudes 5(4)
Funing Zhong, Mary A. Marchant, Yulian Ding, and Kaiyu Lu
Industry Consolidation, Public Attitude, and the Future of Plant Biotechnology in Europe 1(2)
Pierre-Benoit Joly and Stéphane Lemarié
Is There a Market for GM Foods in Europe? Contingent Valuation of GM and Non-GM Foods in the UK 6(3)
Wanki Moon and Siva K. Balasubramanian
Labeling Genetically Modified Foods: How Do US Consumers Want to See It Done? 6(1&2)
Mario F. Teisl, Luke Garner, Brian Roe, and Michael E. Vayda
Mandatory Labeling of Genetically Modified Foods: Does It Really Provide Consumer Choice? 6(1&2)
Colin A. Carter and Guillaume P. Gruére
Marketing Functional Foods: How to Reach Your Target Audience 3(1)
Linda Gilbert
Mass Media Communications About Agrobiotechnology 4(3&4)
Leonie A. Marks and Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
Monopoly Power, Price Discrimination, and Access to Biotechnology Innovations 8(2&3)
Albert K.A. Acquaye and Greg Traxler
Perceptions of Genetically Modified and Organic Foods and Processes 9(3)
Jon C. Anderson, Cheryl J. Wachenheim, and William C. Lesch
Public Perceptions and Willingness-to-Pay a Premium for Non-GM Foods 4(3&4)
Wanki Moon and Siva K. Balasubramanian
Role of Product Benefits and Potential Risks in Consumer Acceptance of Genetically Modified Foods 7(4)
Benjamin Onyango, Rodolfo M. Nayga, Jr., and Brian Schilling
The Emotional Response to Risks: Inevitable but Not Unmanageable 1(1)
Henry I. Miller
Trends in Consumer Attitudes About Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Thomas J. Hoban

D130 - Household Production and Intrahousehold Allocation
The Cost of Coexistence between Bt Maize and Open-Pollinated Maize Varieties in Lowland Coastal Kenya 13(3)
Emmanuel Tumusiime,Hugo De Groote, Jeffrey Vitale, and Brian Adam
D180 - Consumer Protection
A Public Consultation on Plant Molecular Farming 8(1)
Edna Einsiedel and Jennifer Medlock
An Empirical Analysis of United States Consumers' Concerns about Eight Food Production and Processing Technologies 8(1)
Yun-Jae Hwang, Brian Roe, and Mario F. Teisl
Biopharming and the Food System: Examining the Potential Benefits and Risks 8(1)
Aziz Elbehri
Climate Change for Biotechnology? UK Public Opinion 1991-2002 6(1&2)
George Gaskell, Nick Allum, Martin Bauer, Jonathan Jackson, Susan Howard, and Nicola Lindsey
Consumer Acceptance and Willingness to Pay for Genetically Modified Vegetable Oil and Salmon: A Multiple-Country Assessment 5(3)
Wen S. Chern, Kyrre Rickertsen, Nobuhiro Tsuboi, and Tsu-Tan Fu
Food Safety Concerns and Biotechnology: Consumers' Attitudes to Genetically Modified Products in Urban China 7(4)
Peter Ho and Eduard B. Vermeer
Impact of Biotech Grains on Market Structure and Societal Welfare 5(3)
Sergio H. Lence and Dermot J. Hayes
Labeling Genetically Modified Foods: How Do US Consumers Want to See It Done? 6(1&2)
Mario F. Teisl, Luke Garner, Brian Roe, and Michael E. Vayda
Mandatory Labeling of Genetically Modified Foods: Does It Really Provide Consumer Choice? 6(1&2)
Colin A. Carter and Guillaume P. Gruére

D190 - Household Behavior and Family Economics: Other
Perceptions of Genetically Modified and Organic Foods and Processes 9(3)
Jon C. Anderson, Cheryl J. Wachenheim, and William C. Lesch

D210 - Firm Behavior
Intellectual Property Rights in a Changing Political Environment: Perspectives on the Types and Administration of Protection 8(2&3)
William Lesser
Intellectual Property Rights on Research Tools: Incentives or Barriers to Innovation? Case Studies of Rice Genomics and Plant Transformation Technologies 8(2&3)
Carl E. Pray and Anwar Naseem
Monopoly Power, Price Discrimination, and Access to Biotechnology Innovations 8(2&3)
Albert K.A. Acquaye and Greg Traxler
Patterns of Public-Sector and Private-Sector Patenting in Agricultural Biotechnology 8(2&3)
Paul W. Heisey, John L. King, and Kelly Day Rubenstein
Property Rights and Incentives to Invest in Seed Varieties: Governmental Regulations in Argentina 8(2&3)
Jay P. Kesan and Andres A. Gallo

D230 - Organizational Behavior; Transaction Costs; Property Rights
Intellectual Property Rights in a Changing Political Environment: Perspectives on the Types and Administration of Protection 8(2&3)
William Lesser
Intellectual Property Rights on Research Tools: Incentives or Barriers to Innovation? Case Studies of Rice Genomics and Plant Transformation Technologies 8(2&3)
Carl E. Pray and Anwar Naseem
Monopoly Power, Price Discrimination, and Access to Biotechnology Innovations 8(2&3)
Albert K.A. Acquaye and Greg Traxler
Patterns of Public-Sector and Private-Sector Patenting in Agricultural Biotechnology 8(2&3)
Paul W. Heisey, John L. King, and Kelly Day Rubenstein
Property Rights and Incentives to Invest in Seed Varieties: Governmental Regulations in Argentina 8(2&3)
Jay P. Kesan and Andres A. Gallo
Will Agbiotech Applications Reach Marginalized Farmers? Evidence from Developing Countries 9(1)
David J. Spielman, Joel I. Cohen, and Patricia Zambrano

D240 - Production; Cost; Capital, Total Factor, and Multifactor Productivity; Capacity
Economic Benefits of Genetically-modified Herbicide-tolerant Canola for Producers 14(1)
Michael Gusta, Stuart J. Smyth, Kenneth Belcher, Peter W.B. Phillips, and David Castle
D410 - Market Structure and Pricing: Perfect Competition
The Market Potential of a New High-Oleic Soybean: An Ex Ante Analysis 7(3)
Konstantinos Giannakas and Amalia Yiannaka

D420 - Survey Methods
Second-Generation GMOs: Where to from Here? 8(2&3)
Kenrett Y. Jefferson-Moore and Greg Traxler

D430 - Market Structure and Pricing: Oligopoly and Other Forms of Market Imperfection
A Tale of Two Mergers: What We Can Learn from Agricultural Biotechnology Event Studies 5(1)
John L. King, Norbert Wilson, and Anwar Naseem
Innovation and Dynamic Efficiency in Plant Biotechnology: An Introduction to the Researchable Issues 8(2&3)
Carl Pray, James F. Oehmke, and Anwar Naseem
Variety Market Development: A Bt Cotton Cropping Factor and Constraint in China 14(2)
Michel Fok and Naiyin Xu

D450 - Rationing; licensing
The Market Potential of a New High-Oleic Soybean: An Ex Ante Analysis 7(3)
Konstantinos Giannakas and Amalia Yiannaka

D600 - Welfare Economics: General
Biotechnology's Future Benefits: Prediction or Promise? 5(1)
Jeffrey Burkhardt

D610 - Allocative Efficiency; Cost-Benefit Analysis (contingent valuation)
An Economic Cost-Benefit Analysis of GM Crop Cultivation: An Irish Case Study 7(4)
Marie-Louise Flannery, Fiona S. Thorne, Paul W. Kelly, and Ewen Mullins

D620 - Externalities
Is Agricultural Biotechnology Part of Sustainable Agriculture? Different Views in Switzerland and New Zealand 13(2)
Philipp Aerni

D630 - Equity, Justice, Inequality, and Other Normative Criteria and Measurement
A Primer on Risk: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Thinking About Public Understanding of Agbiotech 4(3&4)
Lee Wilkins
Biotechnology: an Essay on the Academy, Cultural Attitudes, and Public Policy 2(2)
Drew L. Kershen
Biotechnology's Future Benefits: Prediction or Promise? 5(1)
Jeffrey Burkhardt
Commentary: Europe on Transgenic Crops: How Public Plant Breeding and Eco-Transgenics Can Help in the Transatlantic Debate 7(3)
Ann Marie Thro
Impact of Biotech Grains on Market Structure and Societal Welfare 5(3)
Sergio H. Lence and Dermot J. Hayes
Is Agricultural Biotechnology Part of Sustainable Agriculture? Different Views in Switzerland and New Zealand 13(2)
Philipp Aerni
The Political Economy of Agricultural Biotechnology Policies 12(1)
Gregory D. Graff, Gal Hochman, and David Zilberman

D690 - Other
Is Agricultural Biotechnology Part of Sustainable Agriculture? Different Views in Switzerland and New Zealand 13(2)
Philipp Aerni

D700 - Analysis of Collective Decision-Making: General
Can Cooperative Membership and Participation Affect Adoption Decisions? Issues for Sustainable Biotechnology Dissemination 12(3&4)
Uche M. Nwankwo, Kurt J. Peters, and Wolfgang Bokelmann

D740 - Conflict; Conflict Resolution; Alliances
Biotechnology: an Essay on the Academy, Cultural Attitudes, and Public Policy 2(2)
Drew L. Kershen
Biotechnology's Future Benefits: Prediction or Promise? 5(1)
Jeffrey Burkhardt
Communicating About Agrobiotechnology 4(3&4)
Leonie A. Marks
Communication of Food-related Risks 4(3&4)
Katija Blaine and Douglas Powell
Mass Media Communications About Agrobiotechnology 4(3&4)
Leonie A. Marks and Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
Sending Messages Nobody Wants to Hear: A Primer in Risk Communication 4(3&4)
Jon Palfreman
The Dynamics of Scientific Controversies 4(3&4)
Pamela J. Hines
The Public Debate on Agrobiotechnology: A Biotech Company's Perspective 4(3&4)
Roger W. Krueger

D780 - Positive Analysis of Policy-Making and Implementation
Policy Gridlock or Future Change? The Political Economy Dynamics of EU Biotechnology Regulation 13(4)
Johan F.M. Swinnen and Thijs Vandemoortele
The Political Economy of Agricultural Biotechnology Policies 12(1)
Gregory D. Graff, Gal Hochman, and David Zilberman

D790 - Analysis of Collective Decision-Making: Other
Agricultural Biotechnology and Societal Decision-Making: The Role of Risk analysis 3(1)
Jeffrey D. Wolt and Robert K.D. Peterson

D800 - Information, Knowledge, and Uncertainty: General
Can Cooperative Membership and Participation Affect Adoption Decisions? Issues for Sustainable Biotechnology Dissemination 12(3&4)
Uche M. Nwankwo, Kurt J. Peters, and Wolfgang Bokelmann
Determinants of Corn Rootworm Resistant Corn Adoption in Indiana 8(4)
Corinne E. Alexander and Thuy Van Mellor
New Pathogen Testing Technologies and the Market for Food Safety Information 7(4)
Laurian Unnevehr, Tanya Roberts, and Carl Custer
Stochastic Benefit Streams, Learning, and Technology Diffusion: Why Drought Tolerance is Not the New Bt 13(1)
Travis J. Lybbert and Adrian Bell

D810 - Criteria for Decision-Making Under Risk and Uncertainty
Agricultural Biotechnology and Societal Decision-Making: The Role of Risk analysis 3(1)
Jeffrey D. Wolt and Robert K.D. Peterson
An Ex Ante Analysis of the Benefits from the Adoption of Corn Rootworm Resistant Transgenic Corn Technology 5(3)
Julian M. Alston, Jeffrey Hyde, Michele C. Marra, and Paul D. Mitchell
Biotechnology's Future Benefits: Prediction or Promise? 5(1)
Jeffrey Burkhardt
Can Chinese Consumers Be Persuaded? The Case of Genetically Modified Vegetable Oil 7(3)
Wuyang Hu and Kevin Chen
Can Cooperative Membership and Participation Affect Adoption Decisions? Issues for Sustainable Biotechnology Dissemination 12(3&4)
Uche M. Nwankwo, Kurt J. Peters, and Wolfgang Bokelmann
Categories of GM Risk-Benefit Perceptions and their Antecedents 7(4)
W. Bruce Traill, Sara R. Jaeger, Wallace M.S. Yee, Carlotta Valli, Lisa O. House, Jayson L. Lusk, Melissa Moore, and J.L. Morrow, Jr.
Comment: Choice Versus Autonomy in the GM Food Labeling Debate 6(3)
Robert Streiffer and Alan Rubel
Communicating About Agrobiotechnology 4(3&4)
Leonie A. Marks
Comparison of the Risk Perceptions of Italian and United States Consumers for GM Foods 7(4)
Wes Harrison, Stefano Boccaletti, and Lisa House
Impact of Biotech Grains on Market Structure and Societal Welfare 5(3)
Sergio H. Lence and Dermot J. Hayes
Is Agricultural Biotechnology Part of Sustainable Agriculture? Different Views in Switzerland and New Zealand 13(2)
Philipp Aerni
Managing R&D Risk in Renewable Energy: Biofuels vs. Alternate Technologies 13(4)
Gordon Rausser, Reid Stevens, and Kiran Torani
Managing the Herbicide Resource: An Evaluation of Extension on Management of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds 12(3&4)
Rick S. Llewellyn and David J. Pannell
Objective and Subjective Knowledge: Impacts on Consumer Demand for Genetically Modified Foods in the United States and the European Union 7(3)
Lisa House, Jayson Lusk, Sara Jaeger, W. Bruce Traill, Melissa Moore, Carlotta Valli, Bert Morrow, and Wallace M.S. Yee
Publics' Opinions About Biotechnologies 4(3&4)
Baruch Fischhoff and Ilya Fischhoff
Putting Bounds on Estimating Economywide Impacts from Adopting the Renewable Fuels Standard 5(3)
Stephen J. Vogel, Kenneth Hanson, J. Michael Price, and Gerald Schluter
Reply: Mandatory vs. Voluntary Labeling of GM Food, Consumer Choice and Autonomy 6(3)
Colin A. Carter and Guillaume P. Gruère
Role of Product Benefits and Potential Risks in Consumer Acceptance of Genetically Modified Foods 7(4)
Benjamin Onyango, Rodolfo M. Nayga, Jr., and Brian Schilling
Variety Market Development: A Bt Cotton Cropping Factor and Constraint in China 14(2)
Michel Fok and Naiyin Xu

D820 - Asymmetric and Private Information
Can Cooperative Membership and Participation Affect Adoption Decisions? Issues for Sustainable Biotechnology Dissemination 12(3&4)
Uche M. Nwankwo, Kurt J. Peters, and Wolfgang Bokelmann
Fearing Fear: Communication About Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Caron Chess

D830 - Search; Learning; Information and Knowledge
Awareness and Acceptance of Biotechnology Issues among Youth, Undergraduates, and Adults 6(4)
Susan Fritz, Dann Husmann, Valerie Egger, Preeti Wadhwa, Gary Wingenbach, and Tracy Rutherford
Can Chinese Consumers Be Persuaded? The Case of Genetically Modified Vegetable Oil 7(3)
Wuyang Hu and Kevin Chen
Can Cooperative Membership and Participation Affect Adoption Decisions? Issues for Sustainable Biotechnology Dissemination 12(3&4)
Uche M. Nwankwo, Kurt J. Peters, and Wolfgang Bokelmann
Consumer Acceptance and Willingness to Pay for Genetically Modified Vegetable Oil and Salmon: A Multiple-Country Assessment 5(3)
Wen S. Chern, Kyrre Rickertsen, Nobuhiro Tsuboi, and Tsu-Tan Fu
Editors' Introduction: Public Acceptance of Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
Expertise, Trust, and Communication about Food Biotechnology 6(4)
John T. Lang, Karen M. O'Neill, and William K. Hallman
Focus Group Reactions to Genetically Modified Food Labels 5(1)
Mario F. Teisl, Lynn Halverson, Kelly O'Brien, Brian Roe, Nancy Ross, and Mike Vayda
Genetically Modified Sugar Cane: A Case for Alternate Products 6(4)
J. Grice, M.K. Wegener, L.M. Romanach, S. Paton, P. Bonaventura, and S. Garrad
Labeling Genetically Modifed Food: The Consumer's Right to Know? 6(4)
Carolyn Raab and Deana Grobe
Managing the Herbicide Resource: An Evaluation of Extension on Management of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds 12(3&4)
Rick S. Llewellyn and David J. Pannell
Objective and Subjective Knowledge: Impacts on Consumer Demand for Genetically Modified Foods in the United States and the European Union 7(3)
Lisa House, Jayson Lusk, Sara Jaeger, W. Bruce Traill, Melissa Moore, Carlotta Valli, Bert Morrow, and Wallace M.S. Yee
Trends in Consumer Attitudes About Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Thomas J. Hoban

D890 - Information and Uncertainty: Other
A Primer on Risk: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Thinking About Public Understanding of Agbiotech 4(3&4)
Lee Wilkins
Communication of Food-related Risks 4(3&4)
Katija Blaine and Douglas Powell
Consumer Acceptance of Genetically Modified Food Products in the Developing World 7(1&2)
Kynda R. Curtis, Jill J. McCluskey, and Thomas I. Wahl
Fear and Hope over the Third Generation of Agricultural Biotechnology: Analysis of Public Response in the Federal Register 7(3)
Patrick A. Stewart and William McLean
Fearing Fear: Communication About Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Caron Chess
Focus Group Reactions to Genetically Modified Food Labels 5(1)
Mario F. Teisl, Lynn Halverson, Kelly O'Brien, Brian Roe, Nancy Ross, and Mike Vayda
Food Safety Concerns and Biotechnology: Consumers' Attitudes to Genetically Modified Products in Urban China 7(4)
Peter Ho and Eduard B. Vermeer
Mass Media Communications About Agrobiotechnology 4(3&4)
Leonie A. Marks and Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
News' Compartmentalization: Implications for Food Biotechnology Coverage 4(3&4)
Robert A. Logan
Sending Messages Nobody Wants to Hear: A Primer in Risk Communication 4(3&4)
Jon Palfreman
The Dynamics of Scientific Controversies 4(3&4)
Pamela J. Hines
The Emotional Response to Risks: Inevitable but Not Unmanageable 1(1)
Henry I. Miller

E — Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics
E23-Production
Technical Efficiency and Environmental Impact of Bt Cotton and Non-Bt Cotton in North India14(3)
Puran Mal, Manjunatha, A.V. Siegfried Bauer, and Mirza N. Ahmed

E170 - General Aggregative Models: Forecasting and Simulation
Technology Fees Versus GURTs in the Presence of Spillovers: World Welfare Impacts 8(2&3)
Sergio H. Lence and Dermot J. Hayes

F — International Economics
F42 - International Policy Coordination and Transmission
Economic Implications of Low-level Presence in a Zero-Tolerance European Import Market: The Case of Canadian Triffid Flax15(1)
Camille D. Ryan and Stuart J. Smyth

F100 - Trade: General
Agricultural Biotechnology, Trade, and the Developing Countries 2(3&4)
Per Pinstrup-Andersen
Assessing the Welfare Effects of US Biofuel Policies 13(4)
GianCarlo Moschini, Harvey Lapan, Jingbo Cui, and Joseph Cooper
EU Agricultural Policies and Implications for Agrobiotechnology 3(2&3)
John B. Richardson
Regulating Agri-food Production in the US and the EU 3(2&3)
Tassos Haniotis
The Effect of Biofuels on Crude Oil Markets 13(2)
Gal Hochman, Deepak Rajagopal, and David Zilberman
Who Gains from Genetic Improvements in US Crops? 2(3&4)
George Frisvold, John Sullivan, and Anton Raneses

F110 - Neoclassical Models of Trade
Who Gains from Genetic Improvements in US Crops? 2(3&4)
George Frisvold, John Sullivan, and Anton Raneses

F120 - Models of Trade with Imperfect Competition and Scale Economies
Who Gains from Genetic Improvements in US Crops? 2(3&4)
George Frisvold, John Sullivan, and Anton Raneses

F130 - Commercial Policy; Protection; Promotion; Trade Negotiations
Agricultural Biotechnology Development and Policy in China 5(4)
Jikun Huang and Qinfang Wang
Codex Alimentarius, Biotechnology, and Technical Barriers to Trade 3(4)
Mark Mansour and Jennifer B. Bennett
Does Plant Variety Intellectual Property Protection Improve Farm Productivity? Evidence From Cotton Varieties 8(2&3)
Anwar Naseem, James F. Oehmke, and David E. Schimmelpfennig
GM Food Labeling and the Role of the Codex 3(4)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes and Peter W.B. Phillips
Issues on Adoption, Import Regulations, and Policies for Biotech Commodities in China with a Focus on Soybeans 5(4)
Mary A. Marchant, Cheng Fang, and Baohui Song
The Codex Alimentarius Commission: Standards, Guidelines, and Recommendations 3(4)
John R. Lupien
The Labeling of GM Foods: The Link Between Codex and the WTO 3(4)
Don Buckingham
The Process of Developing Labeling Standards for GM Foods in the Codex Alimentarius 3(4)
Anne A. MacKenzie
What Is Codex Alimentarius? 3(4)
Eddie Kimbrell

F140 - Country and Industry Studies of Trade
Low-Level Presence of New GM Crops: An Issue on the Rise for Countries Where They Lack Approval 13(2)
Alexander J. Stein and Emilio Rodríguez-Cerezo

F170 - Trade: Forecasting and Simulation
Potential Regional Trade Implications of Adopting Bt Cowpea in West and Central Africa 9(2)
Augustine S. Langyintuo and Jess Lowenberg-DeBoer
The Comparative Advantage of Real Options: An Explanation for the US Specialization in Biotechnology 3(1)
Brian F. Lavoie and Ian M. Sheldon

F170 - Trade: Other
Market and Welfare Effects of GMO Introduction in Small Open Economies 10(2)
Alejandro Plastina and Konstantinos Giannakas

F180 - Trade and Environment
Low-Level Presence of New GM Crops: An Issue on the Rise for Countries Where They Lack Approval 13(2)
Alexander J. Stein and Emilio Rodríguez-Cerezo
Low-Level Presence of New GM Crops: An Issue on the Rise for Countries Where They Lack Approval 13(2)
Alexander J. Stein and Emilio Rodríguez-Cerezo

F210 - International Investment; Long-Term Capital Movements
Policy Recommendations from the 13th ICABR Conference on the Emerging Bioeconomy 13(2)
Stuart Smyth, José B. Falck-Zepeda, Richard S. Gray, Anwar Nassem, Robert Paarlberg, Peter W.B. Phillips, Carl E. Pray, Sara Savastano, Pasquale Scandizzo, Sara Scatasta, Justus H.H. Wesseler, and David Zilberman

F350 - Foreign Aid
Patterns of Political Support and Pathways to Final Impact 10(3)
Calestous Juma, Robert Paarlberg, Carl Pray, and Laurian Unnevehr
Political Actors on the Landscape 10(3)
Robert Paarlberg and Carl Pray

F500 - General
The Political Economy of Agricultural Biotechnology Policies 12(1)
Gregory D. Graff, Gal Hochman, and David Zilberman

G — Financial Economics
G100 - General
Turning Black Swans Green: The Vittorio Santaniello Memorial Lecture 13(2)
Odin K. Knudsen

G110 - Portfolio Choice; Investment Decisions
Managing R&D Risk in Renewable Energy: Biofuels vs. Alternate Technologies 13(4)
Gordon Rausser, Reid Stevens, and Kiran Torani
G320 - Financing Policy; Capital and Ownership Structure; Financial Ratios; Value of Firm
An Innovation Market Approach to Analyzing Impacts of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Plant Biotechnology Industry 8(2&3)
Margaret Brennan, Carl E. Pray, Anwar Naseem, and James F. Oehmke
Mergers, Acquisitions, and Stocks of Agricultural Biotechnology Intellectual Property 8(2&3)
John King and David Schimmelpfennig
Turning Black Swans Green: The Vittorio Santaniello Memorial Lecture 13(2)
Odin K. Knudsen

G340 - Mergers; Acquisitions; Restructuring; Voting; Proxy Contests; Corporate Governance
An Innovation Market Approach to Analyzing Impacts of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Plant Biotechnology Industry 8(2&3)
Margaret Brennan, Carl E. Pray, Anwar Naseem, and James F. Oehmke
Innovation and Dynamic Efficiency in Plant Biotechnology: An Introduction to the Researchable Issues 8(2&3)
Carl Pray, James F. Oehmke, and Anwar Naseem

H — Public Economics
H12 - Crisis Management
Economic Implications of Low-level Presence in a Zero-Tolerance European Import Market: The Case of Canadian Triffid Flax15(1)
Camille D. Ryan and Stuart J. Smyth

H200 - General
Assessing the Welfare Effects of US Biofuel Policies 13(4)
GianCarlo Moschini, Harvey Lapan, Jingbo Cui, and Joseph Cooper
H290 - Taxation and Subsidies: Other
Economic Impacts of Not Extending Biofuel Subsidies 10(2)
John Kruse, Patrick Westhoff, Seth Meyer, and Wyatt Thompson

H310 - Fiscal Policies and Behavior of Economic Agents: Household (effects on labor supply)
Can Cooperative Membership and Participation Affect Adoption Decisions? Issues for Sustainable Biotechnology Dissemination 12(3&4)
Uche M. Nwankwo, Kurt J. Peters, and Wolfgang Bokelmann
Language and Persuasion in Biotechnology Communication With the Public: How to Not Say What You're Not Going to Not Say and Not Say It 4(2)
Steven B. Katz

H410 - Public Goods
Is Agricultural Biotechnology Part of Sustainable Agriculture? Different Views in Switzerland and New Zealand 13(2)
Philipp Aerni

H590 - Other
Turning Black Swans Green: The Vittorio Santaniello Memorial Lecture 13(2)
Odin K. Knudsen

I — Health, Education, and Welfare
I180 - Health: Government Policy; Regulation; Public Health
A Model of Regulatory Burden in Technology Diffusion: The Case of Plant-Derived Vaccines 12(1)
David Castle, Kira Kumagai, Celine Berard, Martin Cloutier, and Richard Gold
A Public Consultation on Plant Molecular Farming 8(1)
Edna Einsiedel and Jennifer Medlock
Biopharming and the Food System: Examining the Potential Benefits and Risks 8(1)
Aziz Elbehri
Biofortified Foods and Crops in West Africa: Mali and Burkina Faso 10(3)
Regina Birner, Sanibé Abel Kone, Nicolas Linacre, and Danielle Resnick

I190 - Health: Other
Addressing Micronutrient Deficiencies: Alternative Interventions and Technologies 10(3)
Laurian Unnevehr, Carl Pray, and Robert Paarlberg
Crop Case Study: GMO Golden Rice in Asia with Enhanced Vitamin A Benefits for Consumers 10(3)
David Dawe and Laurian Unnevehr

I320 - Measurement and Analysis of Poverty
Poverty Impacts of Improved Agricultural Productivity: Opportunities for Genetically Modified Crops 13(4)
Maros Ivanic and Will Martin
K — Law and Economics
K13 - Tort Law and Product Liability
Pure Economic Loss and Non-Adopters: Comparing Liability in Australia, Canada, and the United States15(1)
Karinne Ludlow

K200 - Regulation and Business law: General
Codex Alimentarius, Biotechnology, and Technical Barriers to Trade 3(4)
Mark Mansour and Jennifer B. Bennett
EU Regulation and Consumer Demand for Animal Welfare 3(2&3)
James Moynagh
GM Food Labeling and the Role of the Codex 3(4)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes and Peter W.B. Phillips
Regulation of rBST in the US 3(2&3)
Robert Collier
The Codex Alimentarius Commission: Standards, Guidelines, and Recommendations 3(4)
John R. Lupien
The Cost of Product Development of Bt Corn Event MON810 in the Philippines 10(1)
Abraham J. Manalo and Godfrey P. Ramon
The Labeling of GM Foods: The Link Between Codex and the WTO 3(4)
Don Buckingham
The Precautionary Principle: An Impossible Burden of Proof for New Products 3(4)
John N. Hathcock
The Process of Developing Labeling Standards for GM Foods in the Codex Alimentarius 3(4)
Anne A. MacKenzie
The Regulation of rBST: the European Case 3(2&3)
Dirk Brinckman
What Is Codex Alimentarius? 3(4)
Eddie Kimbrell

K320 - Environmental, Health, and Safety Law
Assessing the Prospects for the Adoption of Biofortified Crops in South Africa 10(3)
Rosemary Wolson
Is Agricultural Biotechnology Part of Sustainable Agriculture? Different Views in Switzerland and New Zealand 13(2)
Philipp Aerni
Pure Economic Loss and Non-Adopters: Comparing Liability in Australia, Canada, and the United States15(1)
Karinne Ludlow

K330 - International Law
Codex Alimentarius, Biotechnology, and Technical Barriers to Trade 3(4)
Mark Mansour and Jennifer B. Bennett
GM Food Labeling and the Role of the Codex 3(4)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes and Peter W.B. Phillips
The Codex Alimentarius Commission: Standards, Guidelines, and Recommendations 3(4)
John R. Lupien
The Labeling of GM Foods: The Link Between Codex and the WTO 3(4)
Don Buckingham
The Precautionary Principle: An Impossible Burden of Proof for New Products 3(4)
John N. Hathcock
The Process of Developing Labeling Standards for GM Foods in the Codex Alimentarius 3(4)
Anne A. MacKenzie
What Is Codex Alimentarius? 3(4)
Eddie Kimbrell

© 2017 AgBioForum | Design and support provided by Express Academic Services | Contact ABF: editor@agbioforum.org