AgBioForum
Volume 20 // 2017
AgBioForum Subject Index
Q — Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics (subcategories)
Q01 - Sustainable Development
Food Fight: The International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development15(1)
Lucie Edwards

Q02 - Global Commodity Crises
Quantification of Low-level GM Seed Presence in Canadian Commercial Flax Stocks15(1)
Helen Booker and Eric Lamb

Q010 - Sustainable Development
Animal Agriculture in the EU and Multifunctionality 3(2&3)
Claude Béranger
Biological Confinement Strategies for Seed- and Pollen-Mediated Gene Flow of GM Canola (Brassica napus L.)15(1)
Sabine Gruber, Alexandra Hüsken, Antje Dietz-Pfeilstetter, Christian Möllers, Ernst, Albrecht Weber, Falko Stockmann, Heinrich Thöle, Jörg Schatzki, Kerstin Dowideit, Michel Renard, Heiko C. Becker, Joachim Schiemann, and Wilhelm Claupein
Biotechnology Capacity of LDCs in the Asian Pacific Rim 2(3&4)
Suman Sahai
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Environmental Effects, 1996-2008 13(1)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Income and Production Effects 1996-2007 12(2)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Socio-Economic and Environmental Effects, 1996-2006 11(1)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
Global Impact of Insect-Resistant (Bt) Cotton 7(1&2)
John P. Purcell and Frederick J. Perlak
Glyphosate-Resistant Crops and Weeds: Now and in the Future 12(3&4)
Stephen O. Duke and Stephen B. Powles
Is Agricultural Biotechnology Part of Sustainable Agriculture? Different Views in Switzerland and New Zealand 13(2)
Philipp Aerni
Preface: Continuing the Effort 7(1&2)
Roger N. Beachy
Progress and Challenges for the Deployment of Transgenic Technologies in Cassava 7(1&2)
Nigel Taylor, Lawrence Kent, and Claude Fauquet
Prospects for Bt Cotton Technology in India 7(1&2)
R.B. Barwale, V.R. Gadwal, Usha Zehr, and Brent Zehr
Science and Technology in World Agriculture: Narratives and Discourses 12(1)
Pasquale Lucio Scandizzo
Strengthening the Case for Why Biotechnology Will Not Help the Developing World: A Response to McGloughlin 2(3&4)
Miguel A. Altieri and Peter Rosset
Ten Reasons Why Biotechnology Will Be Important to the Developing World 2(3&4)
Martina McGloughlin
Ten Reasons Why Biotechnology Will Not Ensure Food Security, Protect the Environment, and Reduce Poverty in the Developing World 2(3&4)
Miguel A. Altieri and Peter Rosset
The Public Debate on Agrobiotechnology: A Biotech Company's Perspective 4(3&4)
Roger W. Krueger
The Status of Plant Biotechnology in Africa 7(1&2)
Jennifer A. Thomson
Transgenic Cotton in Mexico 7(1&2)
Greg Traxler and Salvador Godoy-Avila
Transgenic Papaya in Hawaii and Beyond 7(1&2)
Dennis Gonsalves
Understanding Agricultural Species Metapopulation Biology and Ecology and the Implications for Coexistence in Low Level of Presence Scenarios15(1)
Rene C. Van Acker

Q37 - Issues in International Trade
Quantification of Low-level GM Seed Presence in Canadian Commercial Flax Stocks15(1)
Helen Booker and Eric Lamb

Q100 - Agriculture: 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
A View of GMOs from the UK 1(1)
Rupert Loader and Spencer Henson
Agricultural Biotechnology and Public Perceptions 1(1)
Jerry Caulder
Agricultural Biotechnology: Why Do Europeans Have Difficulty Accepting It? 1(1)
B. Zechendorf
Agrobiotechnology in the Developing World 2(3&4)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
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
Bales and Balance: A Review of the Methods Used to Assess the Economic Impact of Bt Cotton on Farmers in Developing Economies 9(3)
Melinda Smale, Patricia Zambrano, and Mélodie Cartel
Biotechnology and the Value of Ideas in Escaping the Malthusian Trap 2(3&4)
Gregory Conko and Fred L. Smith, Jr.
Biotechnology Capacity of LDCs in the Asian Pacific Rim 2(3&4)
Suman Sahai
Biotechnology in the Global Economy: Beyond Technical Advances and Risks 2(3&4)
Calestous Juma
Biotechnology's Future Benefits: Prediction or Promise? 5(1)
Jeffrey Burkhardt
Can Agricultural Biotechnology Make a Difference in Africa? 2(3&4)
Barbara Woodward, Johan Brink, and Dave Berger
Consumer Attitudes towards Genetic Modification, Functional Foods, and Microorganisms: A Choice Modeling Experiment for Beer 5(2)
Michael Burton and Dale Pearse
Determinants of Corn Rootworm Resistant Corn Adoption in Indiana 8(4)
Corinne E. Alexander and Thuy Van Mellor
Does Application Matter? An Examination of Public Perception of Agricultural Biotechnology Applications 9(2)
Andrew J. Knight
Economic Impacts Associated With Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin (rBST) Use: Comment 5(1)
Willard C. Losinger
Economic Impacts Associated With Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin (rBST) Use: Reply 5(1)
Stephen L. Ott and C. Matthew Rendleman
Editors' Introduction: Public Acceptance of Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
Efficiency of Alternative Technologies and Cultural Practices for Cotton in Georgia 5(1)
Clayton W. Ward, Archie Flanders, Olga Isengildina, and Fred C. White
Fearing Fear: Communication About Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Caron Chess
Feeding a World of Six Billion 2(3&4)
C.S. Prakash
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
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
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Environmental Effects, 1996-2008 13(1)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
GMO Labeling: Threat or Opportunity? 1(1)
Peter W.B. Phillips and Grant Isaac
Glyphosate-Resistant Crops and Weeds: Now and in the Future 12(3&4)
Stephen O. Duke and Stephen B. Powles
International Patent Behavior of Nine Major Agricultural Biotechnology Firms 9(1)
H. Phoebe Chan
Labeling Policy for GMOs: To Each His Own? 3(1)
Julie A. Caswell
Measuring Agricultural Biotechnology Research Capacity in Four Developing Countries 2(3&4)
Cesar A. Falconi
Negative Labeling of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs): The Experience of rBST 3(1)
C. Ford Runge and Lee Ann Jackson
Product Differentiation Alternatives: Identity Preservation, Segregation, and Traceability 5(2)
Stuart Smyth and Peter W.B. Phillips
Production and Marketing Characteristics of Adopters and Nonadopters of Transgenic Cotton Varieties in California 5(2)
Marianne McGarry Wolf, John Gelke, Michelle Lindo, Philip Doub, and Brian Lohse
Should Use of Genetically Modified Organisms Be Labeled? 1(1)
Julie A. Caswell
Stochastic Benefit Streams, Learning, and Technology Diffusion: Why Drought Tolerance is Not the New Bt 13(1)
Travis J. Lybbert and Adrian Bell
Strengthening the Case for Why Biotechnology Will Not Help the Developing World: A Response to McGloughlin 2(3&4)
Miguel A. Altieri and Peter Rosset
Swedish Consumer Preferences for Animal Welfare and Biotech: A Choice Experiment 9(1)
Carl Johan Lagerkvist, Fredrik Carlsson, and Diana Viske
Ten Reasons Why Biotechnology Will Be Important to the Developing World 2(3&4)
Martina McGloughlin
Ten Reasons Why Biotechnology Will Not Ensure Food Security, Protect the Environment, and Reduce Poverty in the Developing World 2(3&4)
Miguel A. Altieri and Peter Rosset
The Adoption and Diffusion of GM Crops in United States: A Real Option Approach 13(2)
Pasquale L. Scandizzo and Sara Savastano
The Emotional Response to Risks: Inevitable but Not Unmanageable 1(1)
Henry I. Miller
The Farm-Level Impact of Herbicide-Tolerant Soybeans in Romania 8(4)
Graham Brookes
The Payoffs to Transgenic Field Crops: An Assessment of the Evidence 5(2)
Michele C. Marra, Philip G. Pardey, and Julian M. Alston
Trends in Consumer Attitudes About Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Thomas J. Hoban
Unacknowledged Health Benefits of Genetically Modified Food: Salmon and Heart Disease Deaths 5(2)
Randall Lutter and Katherine Tucker
Valuing Information on GM Foods in a WTA Market: What Information is Most Valuable? 12(2)
Matthew C. Rousu and Jayson L. Lusk
What's in a Label? 1(1)
Karen K. Marshall

Q110 - Agriculture: Aggregate Supply and Demand Analysis; Prices
Potential Regional Trade Implications of Adopting Bt Cowpea in West and Central Africa 9(2)
Augustine S. Langyintuo and Jess Lowenberg-DeBoer
The Adoption and Diffusion of GM Crops in United States: A Real Option Approach 13(2)
Pasquale L. Scandizzo and Sara Savastano
The Economic Impacts of Introducing Bt Technology in Smallholder Cotton Production Systems of West Africa: A Case Study from Mali 10(2)
Jeffrey Vitale, Tracey Boyer, Rafael Uaiene, and John H. Sanders
The Role of Biotechnology in a Sustainable Biofuel Future 12(1)
Steven Sexton, David Zilberman, Deepak Rajagopal, and Gal Hochman

Q120 - Microanalysis of Farm Firms, Farm Households, and Farm Input Markets
A Farm-level Perspective on Agrobiotechnology: How Much Value and for Whom? 2(2)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
Adoption of Best Management Practices to Control Weed Resistance by Corn, Cotton, and Soybean Growers 12(3&4)
George B. Frisvold, Terrance M. Hurley, and Paul D. Mitchell
Adoption Patterns of Herbicide-Tolerant Soybeans in Argentina 12(3&4)
Robert Finger, Michael Hartmann, and Michael Feitknecht
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
Assessing the Performance of GM Maize Amongst Smallholders in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 12(1)
Marnus Gouse, Jenifer Piesse, Colin Thirtle, and Colin Poulton
Bales and Balance: A Review of the Methods Used to Assess the Economic Impact of Bt Cotton on Farmers in Developing Economies 9(3)
Melinda Smale, Patricia Zambrano, and Mélodie Cartel
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
Book Review: The Economic and Environmental Impacts of Agbiotech: A Global Perspective 6(3)
Michele C. Marra
Bt Corn Farmer Compliance with Insect Resistance Management Requirements in Minnesota and Wisconsin 8(2&3)
Jessica Goldberger, Jeanne Merrill, and Terrance Hurley
Bt Cotton Benefits, Costs, and Impacts in China 5(4)
Jikun Huang, Ruifa Hu, Cuihui Fan, Carl E. Pray, and Scott Rozelle
Characteristics of Herbicides and Weed-Management Programs Most Important to Corn, Cotton, and Soybean Growers 12(3&4)
Terrance M Hurley, Paul D. Mitchell, and George B. Frisvold
Economic Analysis of the Impact of Cloning on Improving Dairy Herd Composition 13(2)
Leslie J. Butler and Marianne McGarry Wolf
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
Economics of Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin on US Dairy Farms 2(2)
John Fetrow
Effects of Weed Resistance Concerns and Resistance Management Practices on the Value of Roundup Ready® Crops 12(3&4)
Terrance M. Hurley, Paul D. Mitchell, and George B. Frisvold
Evaluating the Gains Associated with Biotechnological Improvement: The Case of Kiwifruit in New Zealand 2(2)
Svetlana Bohorova and Frank Scrimgeour
Farm-level Production Effects Related to the Adoption of Genetically Modified Cotton for Pest Management 2(2)
Cassandra Klotz-Ingram, Sharon Jans, Jorge Fernandez-Cornejo, and William McBride
Genetically Modified Crops and Household Labor Savings in US Crop Production 12(3&4)
Justin G. Gardner, Richard F. Nehring, and Carl H. Nelson
Herbicide-tolerant Soybeans: Why Growers Are Adopting Roundup Ready Varieties 2(2)
Janet Carpenter and Leonard Gianessi
Impact of Biotech Grains on Market Structure and Societal Welfare 5(3)
Sergio H. Lence and Dermot J. Hayes
Impact of Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin on Dairy Farm Cost of Production: Evidence from Multiyear Data 9(2)
Loren W. Tauer
Inequality and GM Crops: A Case-Study of Bt Cotton in India 10(1)
Stephen Morse, Richard Bennett, and Yousouf Ismael
Insect Resistance Management for Bt Corn: An Assessment of Community Refuge Schemes 9(3)
Jennifer L. Price, Jeffrey Hyde, and Dennis D. Calvin
Medium Grains, High Stakes: Economics of Genetically Modified Rice in California 6(4)
Craig A. Bond, Colin A. Carter, and Y. Hossein Farzin
New Zealand Farmer and Grower Intentions to Use Gene Technology: Results from a Resurvey 6(3)
Andrew J. Cook and John R. Fairweather
Predicted Willingness of Irish Farmers to Adopt GM Technology 12(3&4)
Conor Keelan, Fiona S. Thorne, Paul Flanagan, Carol Newman, and Ewen Mullins
Production and Marketing Characteristics of Adopters and Nonadopters of Transgenic Cotton Varieties in California 5(2)
Marianne McGarry Wolf, John Gelke, Michelle Lindo, Philip Doub, and Brian Lohse
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
Sophisticated Irrigation Technology and Biotechnology Adoption: Impacts on Ground Water Conservation 2(2)
Talah S. Arabiyat, Eduardo Segarra, and David B. Willis
The Economics of Microalgae Oil 13(2)
James W. Richardson, Joe L. Outlaw, and Marc Allison
The Economics of Within-field Bt Corn Refuges 3(1)
Jeffrey Hyde, Marshall A. Martin, Paul V. Preckel, Craig L. Dobbins, and C. Richard Edwards
The Farm-Level Impact of Herbicide-Tolerant Soybeans in Romania 8(4)
Graham Brookes
The Impact of Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin on Dairy Farm Profits: A Switching Regression Analysi 8(1)
Loren W. Tauer
The Impact of the Introduction of Transgenic Crops in Argentinean Agriculture 6(3)
Eduardo J. Trigo and Eugenio J. Cap
The Payoffs to Transgenic Field Crops: An Assessment of the Evidence 5(2)
Michele C. Marra, Philip G. Pardey, and Julian M. Alston
The Producer Benefits of Herbicide-Resistant Canola 2(2)
Murray Fulton and Lynette Keyowski
The Profitability of rBST on US Dairy Farms 2(2)
L.J. Butler
Trait Enthusiasm Does Not Guarantee On-farm Profits 2(2)
Karen Coaldrake
Transgenic Cotton in Mexico 7(1&2)
Greg Traxler and Salvador Godoy-Avila
Weed Management Costs, Weed Best Management Practices, and the Roundup Ready® Weed Management Program 12(3&4)
Terrance M. Hurley, Paul D. Mitchell, and George B. Frisvold
Variety Market Development: A Bt Cotton Cropping Factor and Constraint in China 14(2)
Michel Fok and Naiyin Xu
Yields, Insecticide Productivity, and Bt Corn: Evidence from Damage Abatement Models in the Philippines 14(2)
Maria Erlinda Mutuc, Roderick M. Rejesus, and Jose M. Yorobe, Jr.

Q130 - Agricultural Markets and Marketing; Cooperatives; Agribusiness
A View of GMOs from the UK 1(1)
Rupert Loader and Spencer Henson
Advanta: Worldwide Challenges 4(1)
Jos Bijman
AgrEvo: from Crop Protection to Crop Production 4(1)
Jos Bijman
Agricultural Biotechnology and Organic Agriculture: National Organic Standards and Labeling of GM Products 9(2)
Konstantinos Giannakas and Amalia Yiannaka
Agricultural Biotechnology and Public Perceptions 1(1)
Jerry Caulder
Agricultural Biotechnology and Societal Decision-Making: The Role of Risk analysis 3(1)
Jeffrey D. Wolt and Robert K.D. Peterson
Agricultural Biotechnology: Master of the Universe? 1(2)
Sano M. Shimoda
Agricultural Biotechnology: Why Do Europeans Have Difficulty Accepting It? 1(1)
B. Zechendorf
Are Research Alliances Between Private Firms and Land Grant Universities Compatible With the Original Purpose? 2(1)
Donald A. Holt and J. Bruce Bullock
Balancing Basic, Genetic Enhancement and Cultivar Development Research in an Evolving US Plant Germplasm System 2(1)
Greg Traxler
BASF: Agbio Fast Follower 4(1)
David Wield
Bayer Ag: Chemicals and Life Sciences 4(1)
Villy Søgaard
Biotechnology and Agriculture: A Skeptical Perspective 2(1)
Vernon W. Ruttan
Biotechnology and the AgChem industry 1(2)
Paul E. Kindinger
Bt Cotton Benefits, Costs, and Impacts in China 5(4)
Jikun Huang, Ruifa Hu, Cuihui Fan, Carl E. Pray, and Scott Rozelle
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
Capital Market Values of Agricultural Biotechnology Firms: How High and Why? 1(2)
Bruce Bjornson
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 Response to Functional Foods in the 21st Century 3(1)
David B. Schmidt
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
Development and Marketing Strategies for Functional Foods 6(1&2)
Cecilia Mark-Herbert
Editors' Introduction: Public Acceptance of Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
Engineering Soybeans for Food and Health 6(1&2)
Anthony J. Kinney
Exploring the Public's Role in Agricultural Biotechnology Research 2(1)
Steven Sonka and Steven Pueppke
Fearing Fear: Communication About Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Caron Chess
Food as a Source of Health Enhancing Compounds 3(1)
Paul Burn and Ganesh M. Kishore
Functional Foods: Technical, Institutional and Market Innovation 3(1)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
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
GMO Labeling: Threat or Opportunity? 1(1)
Peter W.B. Phillips and Grant Isaac
Health Claims and Labeling Regulation: How Will Consumers Learn About Functional Foods? 3(1)
Laurian J. Unnevehr and Clare Hasler
How Will US-Based Companies Make It in Europe? An Insight from Pioneer and Monsanto 4(1)
Stéphane Lemarié
Innovation Challenges for the European Agbiotech industry 4(1)
Jos Bijman and Pierre-Benoît Joly
Introduction to the Pita Project 4(1)
Jos Bijman and Pierre-Benoît Joly
KWS: Going Beyond Sugar Beet 4(1)
Jos Bijman
Labeling Genetically Modifed Food: The Consumer's Right to Know? 6(4)
Carolyn Raab and Deana Grobe
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
Limagrain: A Cooperative Spirit Among the World's Seed Leaders 4(1)
Pierre-Benoît Joly
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
Mandatory Labeling of Genetically Modified Foods: Does It Really Provide Consumer Choice? 6(1&2)
Colin A. Carter and Guillaume P. Gruére
Market and Welfare Effects of GMO Introduction in Small Open Economies 10(2)
Alejandro Plastina and Konstantinos Giannakas
Marketing Functional Foods: How to Reach Your Target Audience 3(1)
Linda Gilbert
Novartis: New Agribusiness Strategy 4(1)
Joanna Chataway
Partnerships Between Public and Private: The Experience of the Cooperative Research Center for Plant Science in Australia 2(1)
Chris Buller and William Taylor
Product Differentiation Alternatives: Identity Preservation, Segregation, and Traceability 5(2)
Stuart Smyth and Peter W.B. Phillips
Production and Marketing Characteristics of Adopters and Nonadopters of Transgenic Cotton Varieties in California 5(2)
Marianne McGarry Wolf, John Gelke, Michelle Lindo, Philip Doub, and Brian Lohse
Property Rights and Incentives to Invest in Seed Varieties: Governmental Regulations in Argentina 8(2&3)
Jay P. Kesan and Andres A. Gallo
Public and Private Collaboration on Plant Biotechnology in China 2(1)
Carl E. Pray
Public Science, Biotechnology, and the Industrial Organization of Agrofood Systems 2(1)
Steven Wolf and David Zilberman
Public/Private Alliances 2(1)
Gordon Rausser
Rhône-Poulenc Agrochimie: An Uncertain Future 4(1)
Gérald Assouline and Pierre-Benoît Joly
Seminis Vegetable Seeds 4(1)
Esther Grávalos and Alejandro García
Should Use of Genetically Modified Organisms Be Labeled? 1(1)
Julie A. Caswell
The Agricultural Knowledge System: Appropriate Roles and Interactions for the Public and Private Sectors 2(1)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
The Challenges and Potential for Future Agronomic Traits in Soybeans 7(1&2)
Timothy Conner, E. Hamer Paschal, Alberto Barbero, and Eric Johnson
The Changing Agricultural Research Environment: What Does It Mean for Public-Private Innovation? 2(1)
Cassandra Klotz-Ingram and Kelly Day-Rubenstein
The Comparative Advantage of Real Options: An Explanation for the US Specialization in Biotechnology 3(1)
Brian F. Lavoie and Ian M. Sheldon
The Distribution of Benefits from the Introduction of Transgenic Cotton Varieties 2(2)
Greg Traxler and José Falck-Zepeda
The Dynamics of Biotechnology in the Soybean Marketplace 6(1&2)
Steven Sonka
The Emotional Response to Risks: Inevitable but Not Unmanageable 1(1)
Henry I. Miller
The Future of Biotechnology in Soybeans 6(1&2)
John Soper, Dennis Judd, Daria Schmidt, and Steve Sullivan
The Impacts of Biotechnology on the Grain Processing Industry 1(2)
Joel Ebbertt
The Potato Story 7(1&2)
Wojciech K. Kaniewski and Peter E. Thomas
Trends in Consumer Attitudes About Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Thomas J. Hoban
Unlike Water, Money Can Flow Upstream and New Food Systems Will Make It Happen 1(2)
Matt Renkoski
What's in a Label? 1(1)
Karen K. Marshall
What's the Holdup? Addressing Constraints to the Use of Plant Biotechnology in Developing Countries 7(1&2)
Lawrence Kent
Will Biotechnology Bring Prosperity to Rural America? 1(2)
Bill Freiberg
Zeneca Agrochemicals 4(1)
Joyce Tait

Q130 - Agricultural Markets and Marketing; Cooperatives; Agribusiness
An Industry Perspective of All-native and Transgenic Potatoes 14(1)
Elliott A. Toevs, Joseph F. Guenthner, Aaron J. Johnson, Christopher S. McIntosh, and Michael K. Thornton
Factors Affecting Italian Consumer Attitudes Toward Functional Foods 14(1)
Azzurra Annunziata and Riccardo Vecchio

Q150 - Land Ownership and Tenure; Land Reform; Land Use; Irrigation
A Quinquennium of Coexistence in Portugal15(1)
Maria de Fàtima Quedas and Paula Cruz de Carvalho
Assessing the Performance of GM Maize Amongst Smallholders in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 12(1)
Marnus Gouse, Jenifer Piesse, Colin Thirtle, and Colin Poulton
Insect Resistance Management for Bt Corn: An Assessment of Community Refuge Schemes 9(3)
Jennifer L. Price, Jeffrey Hyde, and Dennis D. Calvin
Risk of Regulation or Regulation of Risk? A De Minimus Framework for Genetically Modified Crops 14(2)
Tim Durham, John Doucet, and Lori Unruh Snyder
US Maize Yield Growth Implications for Ethanol and Greenhouse Gas Emissions14(3)
John Miranowski, Alicia Rosburg, and Jittian Aukayanagul

Q160 - Agricultural R&D; Agricultural Technology; Agricultural Extension Services
A Binary Logit Analysis of Factors Impacting Adoption of Genetically Modified Cotton 12(2)
Swagata “Ban” Banerjee and Steven W. Martin
A Soybean Biotechnology Outlook 6(1&2)
John C. Gardner and Thomas L. Payne
A Quinquennium of Coexistence in Portugal15(1)
Maria de Fàtima Quedas and Paula Cruz de Carvalho
Adoption of Best Management Practices to Control Weed Resistance by Corn, Cotton, and Soybean Growers 12(3&4)
George B. Frisvold, Terrance M. Hurley, and Paul D. Mitchell
Adoption of Conservation-Tillage Practices and Herbicide-Resistant Seed in Cotton Production 12(3&4)
Swagata "Ban" Banerjee, Steven W. Martin, Roland K. Roberts, James A. Larson, Robert J. Hogan, Jr., Jason L. Johnson, Kenneth W. Paxton, and Jeanne M. Reeves
Adoption Patterns of Herbicide-Tolerant Soybeans in Argentina 12(3&4)
Robert Finger, Michael Hartmann, and Michael Feitknecht
Agricultural Applications of Biotechnology and the Potential for Biodiversity Valorization in Latin America and the Caribbea 7(1&2)
W. Roca, C. Espinoza, and A. Panta
Agricultural Biotechnology Development and Policy in China 5(4)
Jikun Huang and Qinfang Wang
Agronomics and Sustainability of Transgenic Cotton in Argentina 6(1&2)
Matin Qaim, Eugenio J. Cap, and Alain de Janvry
An Analysis of Bt Cotton Cultivation in Punjab, Pakistan Using the Agriculture Decision Support System (ADSS) 13(3)
Ahsan Abdullah
An Analysis of McLean County, Illinois Farmers' Perceptions of Genetically Modified Crops 9(3)
Nagesh Chimmiri, Kerry W. Tudor, and Aslihan D. Spaulding
An Economic Evaluation of US Biofuel Expansion Using the Biofuel Breakeven Program with GHG Accounting14(3)
Alicia Rosburg and John Mranowski
Assessing the Performance of GM Maize Amongst Smallholders in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 12(1)
Marnus Gouse, Jenifer Piesse, Colin Thirtle, and Colin Poulton
Assessing the Prospects for the Adoption of Biofortified Crops in South Africa 10(3)
Rosemary Wolson
Balancing Agricultural Development Resources: Are GM and Organic Agriculture in Opposition in Africa?14(3)
Ari Novy, Samuel Ledermann, Carl Pray and latha Nagarajan
Bales and Balance: A Review of the Methods Used to Assess the Economic Impact of Bt Cotton on Farmers in Developing Economies 9(3)
Melinda Smale, Patricia Zambrano, and Mélodie Cartel
Biofortified Crops and Biotechnology: A Political Economy Landscape for India 10(3)
Bharat Ramaswami
Biosafety of Genetically Modified Organisms in the Latin American and the Caribbean Region: Main Needs and Opportunities for Strategic Capacity Building15(1)
Marianela Araya-Quesada, Wendy Craig, and Decio Ripandelli
Biotechnology and Agriculture: A Skeptical Perspective 2(1)
Vernon W. Ruttan
Bt Cotton Adoption in The United States and China: International Trade and Welfare Effects 9(2)
George B. Frisvold, Jeanne M. Reeves, and Russell Tronstad
Bt Cotton Benefits, Costs, and Impacts in China 5(4)
Jikun Huang, Ruifa Hu, Cuihui Fan, Carl E. Pray, and Scott Rozelle
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
Can Technology Transfer Help Public-Sector Researchers Do More with Less? The Case of the USDA's Agricultural Research Service 8(2&3)
Kelly Day Rubenstein and Paul W. Heisey
Characteristics of Herbicides and Weed-Management Programs Most Important to Corn, Cotton, and Soybean Growers 12(3&4)
Terrance M Hurley, Paul D. Mitchell, and George B. Frisvold
Consumer Attitudes and Policy Directions for GM Labeling and Pollen Drift Regulation: Evidence from the 2006 Vermonter Poll 10(2)
Valerie Esposito and Jane Kolodinsky
Consumer Attitudes toward Genetically Modified Foods in Beijing, China 5(4)
Quan Li, Kynda R. Curtis, Jill J. McCluskey, and Thomas I. Wahl
Coping with Ex-ante Regulations for Planting Bt Maize: The Portuguese Experience 12(1)
Theodoros Skevas, Justus Wesseler, and Pedro Fevereiro
Corporate Pricing Strategies with Heterogeneous Adopters: The Case of Herbicide-Resistant Sugar Beet 12(3&4)
Koen Dillen, Matty Demont, and Eric Tollens
Current Contribution of Four Biotechnologies to New Zealand's Primary Sector 10(2)
William H. Kaye-Blake, Caroline M. Saunders, and Paul Dalziel
Cost of Compliance with Biotechnology Regulation in the Philippines: Implications for Developing Countries 13(1)
Jessica C. Bayer, George W. Norton, and Jose B. Falck-Zepeda
Determinants of Adopting Imazapyr-Resistant Maize Technologies and its Impact on Household Income in Western Kenya14(3)
D.B. Mignouna, V.M. Manyong, J. Rusike, K.D.S. Mutabazi, and E.M. Senkondo
Does Application Matter? An Examination of Public Perception of Agricultural Biotechnology Applications 9(2)
Andrew J. Knight
Developments in Agricultural Biotechnology in Sub-Saharan Africa 13(4)
Jennifer A. Thomson, Dionne N. Shepherd, and Hodeba D. Mignouna
Economic Analysis of the Impact of Cloning on Improving Dairy Herd Composition 13(2)
Leslie J. Butler and Marianne McGarry Wolf
Effects of Weed Resistance Concerns and Resistance Management Practices on the Value of Roundup Ready® Crops 12(3&4)
Terrance M. Hurley, Paul D. Mitchell, and George B. Frisvold
Ex-ante Impact Assessment of GM-Papaya Adoption in Thailand 12(2)
Orachos Napasintuwong and Greg Traxler
Factors Affecting the Likelihood of Corn Rootworm Bt Seed Adoption 6(1&2)
James Payne, Jorge Fernandez-Cornejo, and Stan Daberkow
Genetic Enhancement of Soybean Oil for Industrial Uses: Prospects and Challenges 6(1&2)
Edgar B. Cahoon
Genetically Modified Crops and Household Labor Savings in US Crop Production 12(3&4)
Justin G. Gardner, Richard F. Nehring, and Carl H. Nelson
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
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Environmental Effects, 1996-2008 13(1)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Income and Production Effects 1996-2007 12(2)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Socio-Economic and Environmental Effects, 1996-2006 11(1)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
Global Impact of Insect-Resistant (Bt) Cotton 7(1&2)
John P. Purcell and Frederick J. Perlak
Global Welfare Effects of GM Sugar Beet under Changing EU Sugar Policies 12(1)
Koen Dillen, Matty Demont, and Eric Tollens
Impact of Intellectual Property Rights in the Seed Sector on Crop Yield Growth and Social Welfare: A Case Study Approach 12(2)
Dermot J. Hayes, Sergio H. Lence, and Susana Goggi
Impact of Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin on Dairy Farm Cost of Production: Evidence from Multiyear Data 9(2)
Loren W. Tauer
Indirect Land Use Change: A Second-best Solution to a First-class Problem 13(4)
David Zilberman, Gal Hochman, and Deepak Rajagopal
Insect Resistance Management Plans: The Farmers' Perspective 10(1)
Corinne Alexander
Is Agricultural Biotechnology Part of Sustainable Agriculture? Different Views in Switzerland and New Zealand 13(2)
Philipp Aerni
Is China the Market for Genetically Modified Potatoes? 5(4)
Kynda R. Curtis, Jill J. McCluskey, and Thomas I. Wahl
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
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
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
Market and Welfare Effects of GMO Introduction in Small Open Economies 10(2)
Alejandro Plastina and Konstantinos Giannakas
Patterns of Political Support and Pathways to Final Impact 10(3)
Calestous Juma, Robert Paarlberg, Carl Pray, and Laurian Unnevehr
Perceived Consequences of Herbicide-Tolerant and Insect-Resistant Crops on Integrated Pest Management Strategies in the Western United States: Results of an Online Survey 12(3&4)
Judith Harrington, Patrick F. Byrne, Frank B. Peairs, Scott J. Nissen, Philip Westra, Peter C. Ellsworth, Al Fournier, Carol A. Mallory-Smith, Robert S. Zemetra, and W. Brien Henry
Political Actors on the Landscape 10(3)
Robert Paarlberg and Carl Pray
Pollen-Mediated Gene Flow in Wheat Fields in Western Canada15(1)
Hugh J. Beckie, Suzanne I. Warwick, Linda M. Hall, K. Neil Harker
Potential of Herbicide-Resistant Rice Technologies for Sub-Saharan Africa 12(3&4)
Jonne Rodenburg and Matty Demont
Price Controls and Biotechnology Innovation: Are State Government Policies Reducing Research and Innovation by the Ag Biotech Industry in India? 13(4)
Carl E. Pray and Latha Nagarajan
Prospects for Bt Cotton Technology in India 7(1&2)
R.B. Barwale, V.R. Gadwal, Usha Zehr, and Brent Zehr
Prospects for Development of Genetically Modified Cassava in Sub-Saharan Africa 13(1)
Hiroyuki Takeshima
Public Perceptions of Tobacco Biopharming 9(2)
Jonathan Nevitt, Bradford F. Mills, Dixie W. Reaves, and George W. Norton
Public vs. Private Agbiotech Research in the United States and European Union, 2002-2009 13(4)
Dario G. Frisio, Giovanni Ferrazzi, Vera Ventura, and Mauro Vigani
Pure Economic Loss and Non-Adopters: Comparing Liability in Australia, Canada, and the United States15(1)
Karinne Ludlow
Research Prizes: A Mechanism to Reward Agricultural innovation in Low-income Regions 6(1&2)
William A. Masters
Resistance Management and Sustainable Use of Agricultural Biotechnology 13(4)
George B. Frisvold and Jeanne M. Reeves
Risk of Regulation or Regulation of Risk? A De Minimus Framework for Genetically Modified Crops 14(2)
Tim Durham, John Doucet, and Lori Unruh Snyder
Role of Public and Private Soybean Breeding Programs in the Development of Soybean Varieties Using Biotechnology 6(1&2)
D.A. Sleper and J.G. Shannon
Second-Generation GMOs: Where to from Here? 8(2&3)
Kenrett Y. Jefferson-Moore and Greg Traxler
Simultaneous Diffusion of Herbicide Resistant Cotton and Conservation Tillage 12(3&4)
George B. Frisvold, Abigail Boor, and Jeanne M. Reeves
Socio-economic Considerations, Article 26.1 of the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety: What are the Issues and What is at Stake? 12(1)
José B. Falck-Zepeda
Stakeholder Positions Toward GM Food: The Case of Vitamin A Biofortified Cassava in Brazil 12(3&4)
Carolina González, James García, and Nancy Johnson
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
The Adoption and Diffusion of GM Crops in United States: A Real Option Approach 13(2)
Pasquale L. Scandizzo and Sara Savastano
The Anticipated Value of SmartStax for US Corn Growers 13(1)
Michele C. Marra, Nicholas E. Piggott, and Barry K. Goodwin
The Challenges and Potential for Future Agronomic Traits in Soybeans 7(1&2)
Timothy Conner, E. Hamer Paschal, Alberto Barbero, and Eric Johnson
The Cost of Product Development of Bt Corn Event MON810 in the Philippines 10(1)
Abraham J. Manalo and Godfrey P. Ramon
The Economic Impacts of Introducing Bt Technology in Smallholder Cotton Production Systems of West Africa: A Case Study from Mali 10(2)
Jeffrey Vitale, Tracey Boyer, Rafael Uaiene, and John H. Sanders
The Impact of Bt Crops on the Developing World 7(1&2)
Joseph Huesing and Leigh English
The Impact of Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin on Dairy Farm Profits: A Switching Regression Analysi 8(1)
Loren W. Tauer
The Net Gain to Cotton Farmers of a Natural Refuge Plan for Bollgard® Cotton 10(1)
Nicholas E. Piggott and Michele C. Marra
The Political Economy of Agricultural Biotechnology Policies 12(1)
Gregory D. Graff, Gal Hochman, and David Zilberman
The Potato Story 7(1&2)
Wojciech K. Kaniewski and Peter E. Thomas
The Prospects for Acceptance of Animal Cloning in the European Food Chain: Early Insights from an Irish Sentinel Group 14(2)
Cathal Murphy, Maeve Henchion, Mary McCarthy, and Gwilym A. Williams
The Role of Biotechnology in a Sustainable Biofuel Future 12(1)
Steven Sexton, David Zilberman, Deepak Rajagopal, and Gal Hochman
The Santaniello Theorem of Irreversible Benefits 12(1)
Justus Wesseler
The Status of Soybean Genomics and Its Role in the Development of Soybean Biotechnologies 6(1&2)
Randy C. Shoemaker, Jessica A. Schlueter, Perry Cregan, and Lila Vodkin
The United Soybean Board's Better Bean initiative: Building US Soybean Competitiveness from the inside Out 6(1&2)
David Durham
Transgenic Cotton in Mexico 7(1&2)
Greg Traxler and Salvador Godoy-Avila
Transgenic Trees for Biomass: The Effects of Regulatory Restrictions and Court Decisions on the Pace of Commercialization 13(4)
Roger Sedjo
Turning Black Swans Green: The Vittorio Santaniello Memorial Lecture 13(2)
Odin K. Knudsen
US Maize Yield Growth Implications for Ethanol and Greenhouse Gas Emissions14(3)
John Miranowski, Alicia Rosburg, and Jittian Aukayanagul
Weed Management Costs, Weed Best Management Practices, and the Roundup Ready® Weed Management Program 12(3&4)
Terrance M. Hurley, Paul D. Mitchell, and George B. Frisvold
What's the Holdup? Addressing Constraints to the Use of Plant Biotechnology in Developing Countries 7(1&2)
Lawrence Kent
Who Adopts What Kind of Technologies? The Case of Bt Eggplant in India 9(2)
Deepthi Elizabeth Kolady and William Lesser
Will Agbiotech Applications Reach Marginalized Farmers? Evidence from Developing Countries 9(1)
David Spielman, Joel Cohen, and Patricia Zambrano
Variety Market Development: A Bt Cotton Cropping Factor and Constraint in China 14(2)
Michel Fok and Naiyin Xu
Yields, Insecticide Productivity, and Bt Corn: Evidence from Damage Abatement Models in the Philippines 14(2)
Maria Erlinda Mutuc, Roderick M. Rejesus, and Jose M. Yorobe, Jr.

Q170 - Agriculture in International Trade
A Review of International Labeling Policies of Genetically Modified Food to Evaluate India's Proposed Rule 10(1)
Guillaume P. Gruére and S.R. Rao
Bt Cotton Adoption in The United States and China: International Trade and Welfare Effects 9(2)
George B. Frisvold, Jeanne M. Reeves, and Russell Tronstad
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
Implications of Import Regulations and Information Requirements under the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety for GM Commodities in Kenya 13(3)
Virginia Kimani and Guillaume Gručre
Is Agricultural Biotechnology Part of Sustainable Agriculture? Different Views in Switzerland and New Zealand 13(2)
Philipp Aerni
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
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
Market and Welfare Effects of GMO Introduction in Small Open Economies 10(2)
Alejandro Plastina and Konstantinos Giannakas
Potential Regional Trade Implications of Adopting Bt Cowpea in West and Central Africa 9(2)
Augustine S. Langyintuo and Jess Lowenberg-DeBoer
Price Controls and Biotechnology Innovation: Are State Government Policies Reducing Research and Innovation by the Ag Biotech Industry in India? 13(4)
Carl E. Pray and Latha Nagarajan
Quantification of Low-level GM Seed Presence in Canadian Commercial Flax Stocks15(1)
Helen Booker and Eric Lamb

Q180 - Agricultural Policy; Food Policy
A Farm-level Perspective on Agrobiotechnology: How Much Value and for Whom? 2(2)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
A Primer on Risk: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Thinking About Public Understanding of Agbiotech 4(3&4)
Lee Wilkins
A Public Consultation on Plant Molecular Farming 8(1)
Edna Einsiedel and Jennifer Medlock
A Review of International Labeling Policies of Genetically Modified Food to Evaluate India's Proposed Rule 10(1)
Guillaume P. Gruére and S.R. Rao
A Survey of National Labeling Policies for GM Foods 3(4)
Peter W.B. Phillips and Heather McNeill
A Tale of Two Mergers: What We Can Learn from Agricultural Biotechnology Event Studies 5(1)
John L. King, Norbert Wilson, and Anwar Naseem
A View of GMOs from the UK 1(1)
Rupert Loader and Spencer Henson
Advanta: Worldwide Challenges 4(1)
Jos Bijman
AgrEvo: from Crop Protection to Crop Production 4(1)
Jos Bijman
Agricultural Applications of Biotechnology and the Potential for Biodiversity Valorization in Latin America and the Caribbea 7(1&2)
W. Roca, C. Espinoza, and A. Panta
Agricultural Biotechnology and Organic Agriculture: National Organic Standards and Labeling of GM Products 9(2)
Konstantinos Giannakas and Amalia Yiannaka
Agricultural Biotechnology and Public Attitudes in the EU 3(2&3)
George Gaskell
Agricultural Biotechnology and Public Perceptions 1(1)
Jerry Caulder
Agricultural Biotechnology Development and Policy in China 5(4)
Jikun Huang and Qinfang Wang
Agricultural Biotechnology: Why Do Europeans Have Difficulty Accepting It? 1(1)
B. Zechendorf
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
Analyzing Quality and Quality Assurance (Including Labeling) for GMOs 3(4)
Julie A. Caswell
Animal Agriculture in the EU and Multifunctionality 3(2&3)
Claude Béranger
Antibiotic Resistance in the EU: Science, Politics, and Policy 3(2&3)
Ghislain Follet
Are Research Alliances Between Private Firms and Land Grant Universities Compatible With the Original Purpose? 2(1)
Donald A. Holt and J. Bruce Bullock
Assessing the Prospects for the Adoption of Biofortified Crops in South Africa 10(3)
Rosemary Wolson
Assessing the Prospects for the Transfer of Genetically Modified Crop Varieties to Developing Countries 2(3&4)
Greg Traxler
Attitudes about Genetically Modified Foods among Korean and American College Students 6(4)
Michael S. Finke and Heaseon Kim
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
Balancing Basic, Genetic Enhancement and Cultivar Development Research in an Evolving US Plant Germplasm System 2(1)
Greg Traxler
Bales and Balance: A Review of the Methods Used to Assess the Economic Impact of Bt Cotton on Farmers in Developing Economies 9(3)
Melinda Smale, Patricia Zambrano, and Mélodie Cartel
BASF: Agbio Fast Follower 4(1)
David Wield
Bayer Ag: Chemicals and Life Sciences 4(1)
Villy Søgaard
Benefits from Bt Cotton Use by Smallholder Farmers in South Africa 5(1)
Yousouf Ismael, Richard Bennett, and Stephen Morse
Biofortification for China: Political Responses to Food Fortification and GM Technology, Interest Groups, and Possible Strategies 10(3)
Carl Pray and Jikun Huang
Biofortified Foods and Crops in West Africa: Mali and Burkina Faso 10(3)
Regina Birner, Sanibé Abel Kone, Nicolas Linacre, and Danielle Resnick
Biotechnology Capacity of LDCs in the Asian Pacific Rim 2(3&4)
Suman Sahai
Biotechnology in the Global Economy: Beyond Technical Advances and Risks 2(3&4)
Calestous Juma
Biotechnology offers US Farmers Promises and Problems 2(2)
Gregg Hillyer
Biotechnology R&D Races, Industry Structure, and Public and Private Sector Research Orientation 4(2)
James F. Oehmke
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
Can Agricultural Biotechnology Make a Difference in Africa? 2(3&4)
Barbara Woodward, Johan Brink, and Dave Berger
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
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
Codex Alimentarius, Biotechnology, and Technical Barriers to Trade 3(4)
Mark Mansour and Jennifer B. Bennett
Commentary: Europe on Transgenic Crops: How Public Plant Breeding and Eco-Transgenics Can Help in the Transatlantic Debate 7(3)
Ann Marie Thro
Communicating About Agrobiotechnology 4(3&4)
Leonie A. Marks
Communication of Food-related Risks 4(3&4)
Katija Blaine and Douglas Powell
Comparison of the Risk Perceptions of Italian and United States Consumers for GM Foods 7(4)
Wes Harrison, Stefano Boccaletti, and Lisa House
Consumer Attitudes and Policy Directions for GM Labeling and Pollen Drift Regulation: Evidence from the 2006 Vermonter Poll 10(2)
Valerie Esposito and Jane Kolodinsky
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 and GM Food Labels: Providing information Or Sowing Confusion? 3(4)
Edna Einsiedel
Cost Implications of Alternative GM Tolerance Levels: Non-Genetically Modified Wheat in Western Canada 6(4)
Israel Huygen, Michele Veeman, and Mel Lerohl
Cross Pollination from Genetically Engineered Corn: Wind Transport and Seed Source 4(2)
John M. Jemison, Jr. and Michael E. Vayda
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 Adopting Imazapyr-Resistant Maize Technologies and its Impact on Household Income in Western Kenya14(3)
D.B. Mignouna, V.M. Manyong, J. Rusike, K.D.S. Mutabazi, and E.M. Senkondo
Direct and Hidden Costs in Identity Preserved Supply Chains 3(4)
Richard Maltsbarger and Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
Do Canadian Consumers Have Concerns about Genetically Modified Animal Feeds? 13(3)
Zoia Komirenko, Michele M. Veeman, and James R. Unterschultz
Does Application Matter? An Examination of Public Perception of Agricultural Biotechnology Applications 9(2)
Andrew J. Knight
Economic Impacts of Not Extending Biofuel Subsidies 10(2)
John Kruse, Patrick Westhoff, Seth Meyer, and Wyatt Thompson
Economics of Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin on US Dairy Farms 2(2)
John Fetrow
Editors' Introduction: Public Acceptance of Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
Efficiency of Alternative Technologies and Cultural Practices for Cotton in Georgia 5(1)
Clayton W. Ward, Archie Flanders, Olga Isengildina, and Fred C. White
EU Agricultural Policies and Implications for Agrobiotechnology 3(2&3)
John B. Richardson
EU Regulation and Consumer Demand for Animal Welfare 3(2&3)
James Moynagh
Evaluating the Gains Associated with Biotechnological Improvement: The Case of Kiwifruit in New Zealand 2(2)
Svetlana Bohorova and Frank Scrimgeour
Ex-ante Impact Assessment of GM-Papaya Adoption in Thailand 12(2)
Orachos Napasintuwong and Greg Traxler
Expertise, Trust, and Communication about Food Biotechnology 6(4)
John T. Lang, Karen M. O'Neill, and William K. Hallman
Exploring the Public's Role in Agricultural Biotechnology Research 2(1)
Steven Sonka and Steven Pueppke
Farm-level Production Effects Related to the Adoption of Genetically Modified Cotton for Pest Management 2(2)
Cassandra Klotz-Ingram, Sharon Jans, Jorge Fernandez-Cornejo, and William McBride
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 Fight: The International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development15(1)
Lucie Edwards
Genetic Enhancement of Soybean Oil for Industrial Uses: Prospects and Challenges 6(1&2)
Edgar B. Cahoon
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
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Environmental Effects, 1996-2008 13(1)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
Global Impact of Insect-Resistant (Bt) Cotton 7(1&2)
John P. Purcell and Frederick J. Perlak
Global Welfare Effects of GM Sugar Beet under Changing EU Sugar Policies 12(1)
Koen Dillen, Matty Demont, and Eric Tollens
GM Food Labeling and the Role of the Codex 3(4)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes and Peter W.B. Phillips
GMO Labeling: Threat or Opportunity? 1(1)
Peter W.B. Phillips and Grant Isaac
Herbicide-tolerant Soybeans: Why Growers Are Adopting Roundup Ready Varieties 2(2)
Janet Carpenter and Leonard Gianessi
How Will US-Based Companies Make It in Europe? An Insight from Pioneer and Monsanto 4(1)
Stéphane Lemarié
Implications of Import Regulations and Information Requirements under the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety for GM Commodities in Kenya 13(3)
Virginia Kimani and Guillaume Gručre
Innovation Challenges for the European Agbiotech industry 4(1)
Jos Bijman and Pierre-Benoît Joly
Insect Resistance Management for Bt Corn: An Assessment of Community Refuge Schemes 9(3)
Jennifer L. Price, Jeffrey Hyde, and Dennis D. Calvin
Intellectual Property Protection, Biotechnology, and Developing Countries: Will the Trips Be Effective? 2(3&4)
William A. Kerr, Jill E. Hobbs, and Revadee Yampoin
Introduction to the Pita Project 4(1)
Jos Bijman and Pierre-Benoît Joly
Is Agricultural Biotechnology Part of Sustainable Agriculture? Different Views in Switzerland and New Zealand 13(2)
Philipp Aerni
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
KWS: Going Beyond Sugar Beet 4(1)
Jos Bijman
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
Labeling Policy for GMOs: To Each His Own? 3(1)
Julie A. Caswell
Limagrain: A Cooperative Spirit Among the World's Seed Leaders 4(1)
Pierre-Benoît Joly
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
Mandatory Labeling of Genetically Modified Foods: Does It Really Provide Consumer Choice? 6(1&2)
Colin A. Carter and Guillaume P. Gruére
Market and Welfare Effects of GMO Introduction in Small Open Economies 10(2)
Alejandro Plastina and Konstantinos Giannakas
Mass Media Communications About Agrobiotechnology 4(3&4)
Leonie A. Marks and Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
Negative Labeling of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs): The Experience of rBST 3(1)
C. Ford Runge and Lee Ann Jackson
News' Compartmentalization: Implications for Food Biotechnology Coverage 4(3&4)
Robert A. Logan
Novartis: New Agribusiness Strategy 4(1)
Joanna Chataway
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
Partnerships Between Public and Private: The Experience of the Cooperative Research Center for Plant Science in Australia 2(1)
Chris Buller and William Taylor
Patterns of Political Response to Biofortified Varieties of Crops Produced with Different Breeding Techniques and Agronomic Traits 10(3)
Carl Pray, Robert Paarlberg, and Laurian Unnevehr
Patterns of Political Support and Pathways to Final Impact 10(3)
Calestous Juma, Robert Paarlberg, Carl Pray, and Laurian Unnevehr
Plant Biotechnology in Asia 7(1&2)
Randy A. Hautea and Margaret Escaler
Policy Gridlock or Future Change? The Political Economy Dynamics of EU Biotechnology Regulation 13(4)
Johan F.M. Swinnen and Thijs Vandemoortele
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
Political Actors on the Landscape 10(3)
Robert Paarlberg and Carl Pray
Potential of Herbicide-Resistant Rice Technologies for Sub-Saharan Africa 12(3&4)
Jonne Rodenburg and Matty Demont
Preface: Innovation and Dynamic Efficiency in Agricultural Biotechnology 8(2&3)
James F. Oehmke, Carl Pray, and Anwar Naseem
Price Controls and Biotechnology Innovation: Are State Government Policies Reducing Research and Innovation by the Ag Biotech Industry in India? 13(4)
Carl E. Pray and Latha Nagarajan
Product Differentiation Alternatives: Identity Preservation, Segregation, and Traceability 5(2)
Stuart Smyth and Peter W.B. Phillips
Production and Marketing Characteristics of Adopters and Nonadopters of Transgenic Cotton Varieties in California 5(2)
Marianne McGarry Wolf, John Gelke, Michelle Lindo, Philip Doub, and Brian Lohse
Progress and Challenges for the Deployment of Transgenic Technologies in Cassava 7(1&2)
Nigel Taylor, Lawrence Kent, and Claude Fauquet
Prospects for Bt Cotton Technology in India 7(1&2)
R.B. Barwale, V.R. Gadwal, Usha Zehr, and Brent Zehr
Public Agricultural Research and the Protection of Intellectual Property: Issues and Options 2(3&4)
Mywish Maredia, Frederic Erbisch, Anwar Naseem, Amie Hightower, James Oehmke, Dave Weatherspoon, and Christopher Wolf
Public and Private Collaboration on Plant Biotechnology in China 2(1)
Carl E. Pray
Public Perceptions and Willingness-to-Pay a Premium for Non-GM Foods 4(3&4)
Wanki Moon and Siva K. Balasubramanian
Public Science, Biotechnology, and the Industrial Organization of Agrofood Systems 2(1)
Steven Wolf and David Zilberman
Public/Private Alliances 2(1)
Gordon Rausser
Publics' Opinions About Biotechnologies 4(3&4)
Baruch Fischhoff and Ilya Fischhoff
Regulating Agri-food Production in the US and the EU 3(2&3)
Tassos Haniotis
Regulation of Antibiotic Resistance in the US 3(2&3)
James Coffman
Regulation of Biotechnology in LDCs: Implications for Technology Development and Transfer 2(3&4)
George Tzotzos
Regulation of rBST in the US 3(2&3)
Robert Collier
Rhône-Poulenc Agrochimie: An Uncertain Future 4(1)
Gérald Assouline and Pierre-Benoît Joly
Risk of Regulation or Regulation of Risk? A De Minimus Framework for Genetically Modified Crops 14(2)
Tim Durham, John Doucet, and Lori Unruh Snyder
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 Santaniello Theorem of Irreversible Benefits 12(1)
Justus Wesseler
Seminis Vegetable Seeds 4(1)
Esther Grávalos and Alejandro García
Sending Messages Nobody Wants to Hear: A Primer in Risk Communication 4(3&4)
Jon Palfreman
Should Use of Genetically Modified Organisms Be Labeled? 1(1)
Julie A. Caswell
Sophisticated Irrigation Technology and Biotechnology Adoption: Impacts on Ground Water Conservation 2(2)
Talah S. Arabiyat, Eduardo Segarra, and David B. Willis
Stakeholder Positions Toward GM Food: The Case of Vitamin A Biofortified Cassava in Brazil 12(3&4)
Carolina González, James García, and Nancy Johnson
Strengthening the Case for Why Biotechnology Will Not Help the Developing World: A Response to McGloughlin 2(3&4)
Miguel A. Altieri and Peter Rosset
Targets and Mandates: Lessons Learned from EU and US Biofuels Policy Mechanisms 13(4)
Jadwiga Ziolkowsk, William H. Meyers, Seth Meyer, and Julian Binfield
Ten Reasons Why Biotechnology Will Be Important to the Developing World 2(3&4)
Martina McGloughlin
Ten Reasons Why Biotechnology Will Not Ensure Food Security, Protect the Environment, and Reduce Poverty in the Developing World 2(3&4)
Miguel A. Altieri and Peter Rosset
The Agricultural Knowledge System: Appropriate Roles and Interactions for the Public and Private Sectors 2(1)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
The Changing Agricultural Research Environment: What Does It Mean for Public-Private Innovation? 2(1)
Cassandra Klotz-Ingram and Kelly Day-Rubenstein
The Codex Alimentarius Commission: Standards, Guidelines, and Recommendations 3(4)
John R. Lupien
The Concept of Natural: Implications for Biotechnology Regulation 3(1)
Drew L. Kershen
The Distribution of Benefits from the Introduction of Transgenic Cotton Varieties 2(2)
Greg Traxler and José Falck-Zepeda
The Distribution of Benefits in a Developing Country from the Introduction of a Developed-Country Technology: Bt Cotton in South Africa 7(4)
Marnus Gouse, Carl Pray, and David Schimmelpfennig
The Dynamics of Biotechnology in the Soybean Marketplace 6(1&2)
Steven Sonka
The Dynamics of Scientific Controversies 4(3&4)
Pamela J. Hines
The Economics of Within-field Bt Corn Refuges 3(1)
Jeffrey Hyde, Marshall A. Martin, Paul V. Preckel, Craig L. Dobbins, and C. Richard Edwards
The Emotional Response to Risks: Inevitable but Not Unmanageable 1(1)
Henry I. Miller
The Estimated Profit Impact of Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin on New York Dairy Farms for the Years 1994 Through 1997 4(2)
Loren W. Tauer
The Impact of Bt Crops on the Developing World 7(1&2)
Joseph Huesing and Leigh English
The Labeling of GM Foods: The Link Between Codex and the WTO 3(4)
Don Buckingham
The Net Gain to Cotton Farmers of a Natural Refuge Plan for Bollgard® Cotton 10(1)
Nicholas E. Piggott and Michele C. Marra
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 Producer Benefits of Herbicide-Resistant Canola 2(2)
Murray Fulton and Lynette Keyowski
The Profitability of rBST on US Dairy Farms 2(2)
L.J. Butler
The Public Debate on Agrobiotechnology: A Biotech Company's Perspective 4(3&4)
Roger W. Krueger
The Regulation of rBST: the European Case 3(2&3)
Dirk Brinckman
The Role of Science in EU Regulatory Policies 3(2&3)
Bertrand Carsin
The Role of Science in Regulation and Decision Making 3(2&3)
Stephen Sundlof
The Status of Plant Biotechnology in Africa 7(1&2)
Jennifer A. Thomson
The United Soybean Board's Better Bean initiative: Building US Soybean Competitiveness from the inside Out 6(1&2)
David Durham
Trait Enthusiasm Does Not Guarantee On-farm Profits 2(2)
Karen Coaldrake
Transgenic Cotton in Mexico 7(1&2)
Greg Traxler and Salvador Godoy-Avila
Transgenic Papaya in Hawaii and Beyond 7(1&2)
Dennis Gonsalves
Trends in Consumer Attitudes About Agricultural Biotechnology 1(1)
Thomas J. Hoban
Unacknowledged Health Benefits of Genetically Modified Food: Salmon and Heart Disease Deaths 5(2)
Randall Lutter and Katherine Tucker
3n23a08-roberts.htm">US Animal Agriculture: Making the Case for Productivity 3(2&3)
Michael Roberts
US Food Manufacturer Assessment of and Responses to Bioengineered Foods 5(3)
Mary K. Muth, Dominic Mancini, and Catherine Viator
US Regulation of Agricultural Biotechnology: An Overview 3(4)
Neil A. Belson
Variety Market Development: A Bt Cotton Cropping Factor and Constraint in China 14(2)
Michel Fok and Naiyin Xu
Voluntary Labeling of Foodstuffs Derived from Modern Biotechnology 3(4)
Mari Stull
What Is Codex Alimentarius? 3(4)
Eddie Kimbrell
What Lies Behind the GM Label on UK Foods 3(4)
Janet Nunn
What's in a Label? 1(1)
Karen K. Marshall
What's the Holdup? Addressing Constraints to the Use of Plant Biotechnology in Developing Countries 7(1&2)
Lawrence Kent
Who Adopts What Kind of Technologies? The Case of Bt Eggplant in India 9(2)
Deepthi Elizabeth Kolady and William Lesser
Why Does Biotech Regulation Differ So Much Between the US and EU? 3(2&3)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
Why We Partner: Collaborations Between the Private and Public Sectors for Food Security and Poverty Alleviation through Agricultural Biotechnology 7(1&2)
Rob Horsch and Jill Montgomery
Yields, Insecticide Productivity, and Bt Corn: Evidence from Damage Abatement Models in the Philippines 14(2)
Maria Erlinda Mutuc, Roderick M. Rejesus, and Jose M. Yorobe, Jr.
Zeneca Agrochemicals 4(1)
Joyce Tait

Q190 - Agriculture: Other
A Primer on Risk: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Thinking About Public Understanding of Agbiotech 4(3&4)
Lee Wilkins
A View of GMOs from the UK 1(1)
Rupert Loader and Spencer Henson
Agricultural Biotechnology and Public Perceptions 1(1)
Jerry Caulder
Bales and Balance: A Review of the Methods Used to Assess the Economic Impact of Bt Cotton on Farmers in Developing Economies 9(3)
Melinda Smale, Patricia Zambrano, and Mélodie Cartel
Communicating About Agrobiotechnology 4(3&4)
Leonie A. Marks
Communication of Food-related Risks 4(3&4)
Katija Blaine and Douglas Powell
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Income and Production Effects 1996-2007 12(2)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Socio-Economic and Environmental Effects, 1996-2006 11(1)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
GMO Labeling: Threat or Opportunity? 1(1)
Peter W.B. Phillips and Grant Isaac
Glyphosate-Resistant Crops and Weeds: Now and in the Future 12(3&4)
Stephen O. Duke and Stephen B. Powles
Insect Resistance Management Plans: The Farmers' Perspective 10(1)
Corinne Alexander
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
Price Controls and Biotechnology Innovation: Are State Government Policies Reducing Research and Innovation by the Ag Biotech Industry in India? 13(4)
Carl E. Pray and Latha Nagarajan
Public Perceptions and Willingness-to-Pay a Premium for Non-GM Foods 4(3&4)
Wanki Moon and Siva K. Balasubramanian
Publics' Opinions About Biotechnologies 4(3&4)
Baruch Fischhoff and Ilya Fischhoff
Sending Messages Nobody Wants to Hear: A Primer in Risk Communication 4(3&4)
Jon Palfreman
Should Use of Genetically Modified Organisms Be Labeled? 1(1)
Julie A. Caswell
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
What's in a Label? 1(1)
Karen K. Marshall

Q200 - Renewable Resources and Conservation; Environmental Management: General
Assessing the Welfare Effects of US Biofuel Policies 13(4)
GianCarlo Moschini, Harvey Lapan, Jingbo Cui, and Joseph Cooper
Book Review: The Economic and Environmental Impacts of Agbiotech: A Global Perspective 6(3)
Michele C. Marra
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Environmental Effects, 1996-2008 13(1)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Income and Production Effects 1996-2007 12(2)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Socio-Economic and Environmental Effects, 1996-2006 11(1)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
GM Crops: The Global Economic and Environmental Impact - The First Nine Years 1996-2004 8(2&3)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot

Q230 - Renewable Resources and Conservation; Environmental Management: Forestry
Biotech and Planted Trees: Some Economic and Regulatory Issues 6(3)
Roger A. Sedjo

Q250 - Renewable Resources and Conservation; Environmental Management: Water
Sophisticated Irrigation Technology and Biotechnology Adoption: Impacts on Ground Water Conservation 2(2)
Talah S. Arabiyat, Eduardo Segarra, and David B. Willis

Q270 - Renewable Resources and Conservation: Issues in International Trade
An Economic Evaluation of US Biofuel Expansion Using the Biofuel Breakeven Program with GHG Accounting14(3)
Alicia Rosburg and John Mranowski

Q280 - Renewable Resources and Conservation; Environmental Management: Government Policy
Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Potential and Mitigation Costs of Biogas Production from Agricultural Resources14(3)
Lukas Scholz, Andreas Meyer-Aurich, and Dieter Kirschke
Sophisticated Irrigation Technology and Biotechnology Adoption: Impacts on Ground Water Conservation 2(2)
Talah S. Arabiyat, Eduardo Segarra, and David B. Willis

Q290 - Renewable Resources and Conservation; Environmental Management: Other
Cross Pollination from Genetically Engineered Corn: Wind Transport and Seed Source 4(2)
John M. Jemison, Jr. and Michael E. Vayda

Q300 - General
The Santaniello Theorem of Irreversible Benefits 12(1)
Justus Wesseler

Q310 - Nonrenewable Resources and Conservation: Demand and Supply
The Economic Realities, Sustainable Opportunities, and Technical Promises of Biofuels 11(1)
James S. McLaren

Q330 - Resource Booms
Socio-economic Considerations, Article 26.1 of the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety: What are the Issues and What is at Stake? 12(1)
José B. Falck-Zepeda

Q340 - Natural Resources and Domestic and International Conflicts
The Economic Realities, Sustainable Opportunities, and Technical Promises of Biofuels 11(1)
James S. McLaren

Q380 - Government Policy
Resistance Management and Sustainable Use of Agricultural Biotechnology 13(4)
George B. Frisvold and Jeanne M. Reeves

Q400 - Energy: General
Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Income and Production Effects 1996-2007 12(2)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
Targets and Mandates: Lessons Learned from EU and US Biofuels Policy Mechanisms 13(4)
Jadwiga Ziolkowsk, William H. Meyers, Seth Meyer, and Julian Binfield
The Effect of Biofuels on Crude Oil Markets 13(2)
Gal Hochman, Deepak Rajagopal, and David Zilberman
GM Crops: The Global Economic and Environmental Impact - The First Nine Years 1996-2004 8(2&3)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot

Q410 - Energy: Demand and Supply
Biofuel Policies and Carbon Leakage14(3)
Dusan Drabik and Harry de Gorter
The Economic Realities, Sustainable Opportunities, and Technical Promises of Biofuels 11(1)
James S. McLaren
The Long-Run Impact of Corn-Based Ethanol on the Grain, Oilseed, and Livestock Sectors with Implications for Biotech Crops 10(1)
Amani Elobeid, Simla Tokgoz, Dermot J. Hayes, Bruce A. Babcock, and Chad E. Hart
The Market-Mediated Effects of Low Carbon Fuel Policies15(1)
Xiaoguang Chen and Madhu Khanna

Q420 - Alternative Energy Sources
An Economic Evaluation of US Biofuel Expansion Using the Biofuel Breakeven Program with GHG Accounting14(3)
Alicia Rosburg and John Mranowski
Biofuel Policies and Carbon Leakage14(3)
Dusan Drabik and Harry de Gorter

Corn Amylase: Improving the Efficiency and Environmental Footprint of Corn to Ethanol through Plant Biotechnology 12(2)
John M. Urbanchuk, Daniel J. Kowalski, Bruce E. Dale, and Seungdo Kim
Economic Impacts of Not Extending Biofuel Subsidies 10(2)
John Kruse, Patrick Westhoff, Seth Meyer, and Wyatt Thompson
Indirect Land Use Change: A Second-best Solution to a First-class Problem 13(4)
David Zilberman, Gal Hochman, and Deepak Rajagopal
Managing R&D Risk in Renewable Energy: Biofuels vs. Alternate Technologies 13(4)
Gordon Rausser, Reid Stevens, and Kiran Torani
Policies to Support Biofuels in Europe: The Changing Landscape of Instruments 13(2)
Augusto Ninni
Targets and Mandates: Lessons Learned from EU and US Biofuels Policy Mechanisms 13(4)
Jadwiga Ziolkowsk, William H. Meyers, Seth Meyer, and Julian Binfield
The Long-Run Impact of Corn-Based Ethanol on the Grain, Oilseed, and Livestock Sectors with Implications for Biotech Crops 10(1)
Amani Elobeid, Simla Tokgoz, Dermot J. Hayes, Bruce A. Babcock, and Chad E. Hart
The Market-Mediated Effects of Low Carbon Fuel Policies15(1)
Xiaoguang Chen and Madhu Khanna
The Role of Biotechnology in a Sustainable Biofuel Future 12(1)
Steven Sexton, David Zilberman, Deepak Rajagopal, and Gal Hochman

Q480 - Energy: Government Policy
An Economic Evaluation of US Biofuel Expansion Using the Biofuel Breakeven Program with GHG Accounting14(3)
Alicia Rosburg and John Mranowski
Economic Impacts of Not Extending Biofuel Subsidies 10(2)
John Kruse, Patrick Westhoff, Seth Meyer, and Wyatt Thompson
Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Potential and Mitigation Costs of Biogas Production from Agricultural Resources14(3)
Lukas Scholz, Andreas Meyer-Aurich, and Dieter Kirschke
Managing R&D Risk in Renewable Energy: Biofuels vs. Alternate Technologies 13(4)
Gordon Rausser, Reid Stevens, and Kiran Torani
Policies to Support Biofuels in Europe: The Changing Landscape of Instruments 13(2)
Augusto Ninni
Targets and Mandates: Lessons Learned from EU and US Biofuels Policy Mechanisms 13(4)
Jadwiga Ziolkowsk, William H. Meyers, Seth Meyer, and Julian Binfield
The Market-Mediated Effects of Low Carbon Fuel Policies15(1)
Xiaoguang Chen and Madhu Khanna
Turning Black Swans Green: The Vittorio Santaniello Memorial Lecture 13(2)
Odin K. Knudsen

Q500 - Environmental Economics: General
Bt Corn Farmer Compliance with Insect Resistance Management Requirements in Minnesota and Wisconsin 8(2&3)
Jessica Goldberger, Jeanne Merrill, and Terrance Hurley
Turning Black Swans Green: The Vittorio Santaniello Memorial Lecture 13(2)
Odin K. Knudsen

Q510 - Valuation of Environmental Effects
Biological Confinement Strategies for Seed- and Pollen-Mediated Gene Flow of GM Canola (Brassica napus L.)15(1)
Sabine Gruber, Alexandra Hüsken, Antje Dietz-Pfeilstetter, Christian Möllers, Ernst, Albrecht Weber, Falko Stockmann, Heinrich Thöle, Jörg Schatzki, Kerstin Dowideit, Michel Renard, Heiko C. Becker, Joachim Schiemann, and Wilhelm Claupein
Effects of Weed Resistance Concerns and Resistance Management Practices on the Value of Roundup Ready® Crops 12(3&4)
Terrance M. Hurley, Paul D. Mitchell, and George B. Frisvold
Glyphosate-Resistant Crops and Weeds: Now and in the Future 12(3&4)
Stephen O. Duke and Stephen B. Powles

Q540 - Climate; Natural Disasters; Global Warming
An Economic Evaluation of US Biofuel Expansion Using the Biofuel Breakeven Program with GHG Accounting14(3)
Alicia Rosburg and John Mranowski
Biofuel Policies and Carbon Leakage14(3)
Dusan Drabik and Harry de Gorter
Targets and Mandates: Lessons Learned from EU and US Biofuels Policy Mechanisms 13(4)
Jadwiga Ziolkowsk, William H. Meyers, Seth Meyer, and Julian Binfield
The Economic Realities, Sustainable Opportunities, and Technical Promises of Biofuels 11(1)
James S. McLaren
The Market-Mediated Effects of Low Carbon Fuel Policies15(1)
Xiaoguang Chen and Madhu Khanna
Turning Black Swans Green: The Vittorio Santaniello Memorial Lecture 13(2)
Odin K. Knudsen

Q550 - Technological Innovation
Biological Confinement Strategies for Seed- and Pollen-Mediated Gene Flow of GM Canola (Brassica napus L.)15(1)
Sabine Gruber, Alexandra Hüsken, Antje Dietz-Pfeilstetter, Christian Möllers, Ernst, Albrecht Weber, Falko Stockmann, Heinrich Thöle, Jörg Schatzki, Kerstin Dowideit, Michel Renard, Heiko C. Becker, Joachim Schiemann, and Wilhelm Claupein
Corn Amylase: Improving the Efficiency and Environmental Footprint of Corn to Ethanol through Plant Biotechnology 12(2)
John M. Urbanchuk, Daniel J. Kowalski, Bruce E. Dale, and Seungdo Kim
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
The Anticipated Value of SmartStax for US Corn Growers 13(1)
Michele C. Marra, Nicholas E. Piggott, and Barry K. Goodwin
The Role of Biotechnology in a Sustainable Biofuel Future 12(1)
Steven Sexton, David Zilberman, Deepak Rajagopal, and Gal Hochman
The Santaniello Theorem of Irreversible Benefits 12(1)
Justus Wesseler

Q560 - Environment and Development; Environment and Trade; Sustainability; Environmental Accounts and Accounting; Environmental Equity; Population Growth
Corn Amylase: Improving the Efficiency and Environmental Footprint of Corn to Ethanol through Plant Biotechnology 12(2)
John M. Urbanchuk, Daniel J. Kowalski, Bruce E. Dale, and Seungdo Kim
Food Fight: The International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development15(1)
Lucie Edwards
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
The Lessons of Fermentation for the New Bio-economy14(3)
David Zilberman and Eunice Kim

Q570 - Ecological Economics: Ecosystem Services; Biodiversity Conservation; Bioeconomics; Industrial Ecology
Indirect Land Use Change: A Second-best Solution to a First-class Problem 13(4)
David Zilberman, Gal Hochman, and Deepak Rajagopal
The Lessons of Fermentation for the New Bio-economy14(3)
David Zilberman and Eunice Kim
The Political Economy of Agricultural Biotechnology Policies 12(1)
Gregory D. Graff, Gal Hochman, and David Zilberman

Q580 - Environmental Economics: Government Policy (environmental taxes; tradable permits; command and control; regulation)
Bt Corn Farmer Compliance with Insect Resistance Management Requirements in Minnesota and Wisconsin 8(2&3)
Jessica Goldberger, Jeanne Merrill, and Terrance Hurley
Coping with Ex-ante Regulations for Planting Bt Maize: The Portuguese Experience 12(1)
Theodoros Skevas, Justus Wesseler, and Pedro Fevereiro
Resistance Management and Sustainable Use of Agricultural Biotechnology 13(4)
George B. Frisvold and Jeanne M. Reeves
Turning Black Swans Green: The Vittorio Santaniello Memorial Lecture 13(2)
Odin K. Knudsen

R — Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics
R100 - General Regional Economics (includes Regional Data)
Consumer Attitudes and Policy Directions for GM Labeling and Pollen Drift Regulation: Evidence from the 2006 Vermonter Poll 10(2)
Valerie Esposito and Jane Kolodinsky

R120 - Size and Spatial Distributions of Regional Economic Activity
Efficiency Analysis of the US Biotechnology Industry: Clustering Enhances Productivity 12(3&4)
Man-Keun Kim, Thomas R. Harris, and Slavica Vusovic

R200 - Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics: Household Analysis: General
Consumer Attitudes and Policy Directions for GM Labeling and Pollen Drift Regulation: Evidence from the 2006 Vermonter Poll 10(2)
Valerie Esposito and Jane Kolodinsky

R220 - Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics: Other Demand
Predicted Willingness of Irish Farmers to Adopt GM Technology 12(3&4)
Conor Keelan, Fiona S. Thorne, Paul Flanagan, Carol Newman, and Ewen Mullins

R280 - Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics: Government Policy
Consumer Attitudes and Policy Directions for GM Labeling and Pollen Drift Regulation: Evidence from the 2006 Vermonter Poll 10(2)
Valerie Esposito and Jane Kolodinsky

R580 - Regional Development Policy
Efficiency Analysis of the US Biotechnology Industry: Clustering Enhances Productivity 12(3&4)
Man-Keun Kim, Thomas R. Harris, and Slavica Vusovic

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