AgBioForum
Volume 15 // 2012
AgBioForum Subject Index
L — Industrial Organization
L52 - Industrial Policy; Sectoral Planning Methods
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

L78 - Government Policy
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

L100 - Market Structure, Firm Strategy, and Market Performance: General
Advanta: Worldwide Challenges 4(1)
Jos Bijman
AgrEvo: from Crop Protection to Crop Production 4(1)
Jos Bijman
Agricultural Biotechnology and Industry Structure 4(2)
Murray Fulton and Konstantinos Giannakas
Agricultural Biotechnology: Master of the Universe? 1(2)
Sano M. Shimoda
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
BASF: Agbio Fast Follower 4(1)
David Wield
Bayer Ag: Chemicals and Life Sciences 4(1)
Villy Søgaard
Biopharming and the Food System: Examining the Potential Benefits and Risks 8(1)
Aziz Elbehri
Biotechnology and the AgChem industry 1(2)
Paul E. Kindinger
Biotechnology and the Restructuring of the Agricultural Supply Chain 1(2)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes
Biotechnology offers US Farmers Promises and Problems 2(2)
Gregg Hillyer
Capital Market Values of Agricultural Biotechnology Firms: How High and Why? 1(2)
Bruce Bjornson
Corporate Pricing Strategies with Heterogeneous Adopters: The Case of Herbicide-Resistant Sugar Beet 12(3&4)
Koen Dillen, Matty Demont, and Eric Tollens
How Will US-Based Companies Make It in Europe? An Insight from Pioneer and Monsanto 4(1)
Stéphane Lemarié
Impact of Biotech Grains on Market Structure and Societal Welfare 5(3)
Sergio H. Lence and Dermot J. Hayes
Innovation Challenges for the European Agbiotech industry 4(1)
Jos Bijman and Pierre-Benoît Joly
Intellectual Property Rights and Concentration in Agricultural Biotechnology 1(2)
William Lesser
Introduction to the Pita Project 4(1)
Jos Bijman and Pierre-Benoît Joly
KWS: Going Beyond Sugar Beet 4(1)
Jos Bijman
Limagrain: A Cooperative Spirit Among the World's Seed Leaders 4(1)
Pierre-Benoît Joly
Novartis: New Agribusiness Strategy 4(1)
Joanna Chataway
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
Rhône-Poulenc Agrochimie: An Uncertain Future 4(1)
Gérald Assouline and Pierre-Benoît Joly
Resolving FTO Barriers in GM Canola 13(4)
Viktoriya Galushko,Richard Gray, and Stuart Smyth
Seminis Vegetable Seeds 4(1)
Esther Grávalos and Alejandro García
Structural Change in the Biotech Seed and Chemical Industrial Complex 1(2)
Marvin Hayenga
The Impacts of Biotechnology on the Grain Processing Industry 1(2)
Joel Ebbertt
Unlike Water, Money Can Flow Upstream and New Food Systems Will Make It Happen 1(2)
Matt Renkoski
Will Biotechnology Bring Prosperity to Rural America? 1(2)
Bill Freiberg
Zeneca Agrochemicals 4(1)
Joyce Tait

L110 - Production, Pricing, and Market Structure; Size Distribution of Firms (concentration, product differentiation, entry and exit)
Agricultural Biotechnology: Master of the Universe? 1(2)
Sano M. Shimoda
French Ag-Biotech SMEs: Development Prospects 4(2)
Vincent Mangematin, Stéphane Lemarié, and David Catherine
Industry Consolidation, Public Attitude, and the Future of Plant Biotechnology in Europe 1(2)
Pierre-Benoit Joly and Stéphane Lemarié

L120 - Market Structure, Firm Strategy, and Market Performance: Monopoly; Monopolization Strategies (cartels; collusion)
Monopoly Power, Price Discrimination, and Access to Biotechnology Innovations 8(2&3)
Albert K.A. Acquaye and Greg Traxler
The Distribution of Benefits from the Introduction of Transgenic Cotton Varieties 2(2)
Greg Traxler and José Falck-Zepeda

L130 - Market Structure, Firm Strategy, and Market Performance: Oligopoly and Other Imperfect Markets; Monopolistic Competition; Contestable Markets
Pricing of Herbicide Tolerant Soybean Seeds: A Market Structure Approach 12(3&4)
Guanming Shi, Jean-Paul Chavas, and Kyle W. Stiegert
Transforming Commodity Animal Agriculture: How Easy? 3(2&3)
Dennis DiPietre

L140 - Transactional Relationships; Contracts and Reputation; Networks
Biotechnology and the AgChem industry 1(2)
Paul E. Kindinger
Measuring Concentration in the Biotechnology R&D Industry: Adjusting for Interfirm Transfer of Genetic Materials 6(3)
James F. Oehmke and Christopher A. Wolf
Unlike Water, Money Can Flow Upstream and New Food Systems Will Make It Happen 1(2)
Matt Renkoski

L150 - Information and Product Quality; Standardization and Compatibility
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
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
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
US Food Manufacturer Assessment of and Responses to Bioengineered Foods 5(3)
Mary K. Muth, Dominic Mancini, and Catherine Viator

L200 - Firm Objectives, Organization, and Behavior: General
Advanta: Worldwide Challenges 4(1)
Jos Bijman
AgrEvo: from Crop Protection to Crop Production 4(1)
Jos Bijman
BASF: Agbio Fast Follower 4(1)
David Wield
Bayer Ag: Chemicals and Life Sciences 4(1)
Villy Søgaard
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
Limagrain: A Cooperative Spirit Among the World's Seed Leaders 4(1)
Pierre-Benoît Joly
Novartis: New Agribusiness Strategy 4(1)
Joanna Chataway
Rhône-Poulenc Agrochimie: An Uncertain Future 4(1)
Gérald Assouline and Pierre-Benoît Joly
Seminis Vegetable Seeds 4(1)
Esther Grávalos and Alejandro García
Zeneca Agrochemicals 4(1)
Joyce Tait

L220 - Firm Organization and Market Structure
Facilitating Innovation in Agricultural Biotechnology: An Examination of the Ag-West Biotech Model, 1989-2004 13(2)
Camille D. Ryan and Stuart J. Smyth

L260 - Entrepreneurship
Facilitating Innovation in Agricultural Biotechnology: An Examination of the Ag-West Biotech Model, 1989-2004 13(2)
Camille D. Ryan and Stuart J. Smyth

L310 - General
Facilitating Innovation in Agricultural Biotechnology: An Examination of the Ag-West Biotech Model, 1989-2004 13(2)
Camille D. Ryan and Stuart J. Smyth

L310 - Nonprofit Institutions; NGOs
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

L380 - Public Policy
Is Agricultural Biotechnology Part of Sustainable Agriculture? Different Views in Switzerland and New Zealand 13(2)
Philipp Aerni

L400 - Antitrust Issues and Policies: General
Pricing of Herbicide Tolerant Soybean Seeds: A Market Structure Approach 12(3&4)
Guanming Shi, Jean-Paul Chavas, and Kyle W. Stiegert
Property Rights and Incentives to Invest in Seed Varieties: Governmental Regulations in Argentina 8(2&3)
Jay P. Kesan and Andres A. Gallo

L500 - Regulation and Industrial Policy: General
Property Rights and Incentives to Invest in Seed Varieties: Governmental Regulations in Argentina 8(2&3)
Jay P. Kesan and Andres A. Gallo
Understanding Agricultural Species Metapopulation Biology and Ecology and the Implications for Coexistence in Low Level of Presence Scenarios15(1)
Rene C. Van Acker

L510 - Economics of Regulation
Agricultural Biotechnology and Organic Agriculture: National Organic Standards and Labeling of GM Products 9(2)
Konstantinos Giannakas and Amalia Yiannaka
Biotech and Planted Trees: Some Economic and Regulatory Issues 6(3)
Roger A. Sedjo
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
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
Why Are US and EU Policies Toward GMOs So Different? 6(3)
Kym Anderson and Lee Ann Jackson

L520 - General
Policies to Support Biofuels in Europe: The Changing Landscape of Instruments 13(2)
Augusto Ninni

L590 - Regulation and Industrial Policy: Other
A Survey of National Labeling Policies for GM Foods 3(4)
Peter W.B. Phillips and Heather McNeill
Antibiotic Resistance in the EU: Science, Politics, and Policy 3(2&3)
Ghislain Follet
Comment: Choice Versus Autonomy in the GM Food Labeling Debate 6(3)
Robert Streiffer and Alan Rubel
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
GM Food Labeling and the Role of the Codex 3(4)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes and Peter W.B. Phillips
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 rBST in the US 3(2&3)
Robert Collier
Reply: Mandatory vs. Voluntary Labeling of GM Food, Consumer Choice and Autonomy 6(3)
Colin A. Carter and Guillaume P. Gruère
The Concept of Natural: Implications for Biotechnology Regulation 3(1)
Drew L. Kershen
The Precautionary Principle: An Impossible Burden of Proof for New Products 3(4)
John N. Hathcock
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
US Regulation of Agricultural Biotechnology: An Overview 3(4)
Neil A. Belson
Voluntary Labeling of Foodstuffs Derived from Modern Biotechnology 3(4)
Mari Stull
What Lies Behind the GM Label on UK Foods 3(4)
Janet Nunn
Why Does Biotech Regulation Differ So Much Between the US and EU? 3(2&3)
Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes

L650 - Chemicals; Rubber; Drugs; Biotechnology
A Public Consultation on Plant Molecular Farming 8(1)
Edna Einsiedel and Jennifer Medlock
A Soybean Biotechnology Outlook 6(1&2)
John C. Gardner and Thomas L. Payne
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 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
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
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
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
Biopharming and the Food System: Examining the Potential Benefits and Risks 8(1)
Aziz Elbehri
Biotech and Planted Trees: Some Economic and Regulatory Issues 6(3)
Roger A. Sedjo
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
Can Chinese Consumers Be Persuaded? The Case of Genetically Modified Vegetable Oil 7(3)
Wuyang Hu and Kevin Chen
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
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
Comment: Choice Versus Autonomy in the GM Food Labeling Debate 6(3)
Robert Streiffer and Alan Rubel
Commentary: Europe on Transgenic Crops: How Public Plant Breeding and Eco-Transgenics Can Help in the Transatlantic Debate 7(3)
Ann Marie Thro
Comparing the Performance of Official and Unofficial Genetically Modified Cotton in India 8(1)
Stephen Morse, Richard Bennett, and Yousouf Ismael
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 of Genetically Modified Food Products in the Developing World 7(1&2)
Kynda R. Curtis, Jill J. McCluskey, and Thomas I. Wahl
Consumer Attitudes toward Genetically Modified Foods in Beijing, China 5(4)
Quan Li, Kynda R. Curtis, Jill J. McCluskey, and Thomas I. Wahl
Cost Implications of Alternative GM Tolerance Levels: Non-Genetically Modified Wheat in Western Canada 6(4)
Israel Huygen, Michele Veeman, and Mel Lerohl
Determinants of Corn Rootworm Resistant Corn Adoption in Indiana 8(4)
Corinne E. Alexander and Thuy Van Mellor
Development and Marketing Strategies for Functional Foods 6(1&2)
Cecilia Mark-Herbert
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
Economic Impact of Genetically Modified Cotton in India 7(3)
R.M. Bennett, Y. Ismael, U. Kambhampati, and S. Morse
Efficiency Analysis of the US Biotechnology Industry: Clustering Enhances Productivity 12(3&4)
Man-Keun Kim, Thomas R. Harris, and Slavica Vusovic
Engineering Soybeans for Food and Health 6(1&2)
Anthony J. Kinney
Expertise, Trust, and Communication about Food Biotechnology 6(4)
John T. Lang, Karen M. O'Neill, and William K. Hallman
Factors Affecting the Likelihood of Corn Rootworm Bt Seed Adoption 6(1&2)
James Payne, Jorge Fernandez-Cornejo, and Stan Daberkow
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
Food Safety Concerns and Biotechnology: Consumers' Attitudes to Genetically Modified Products in Urban China 7(4)
Peter Ho and Eduard B. Vermeer
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 Biotech Crops: Income and Production Effects 1996-2007 12(2)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
Global Impact of Insect-Resistant (Bt) Cotton 7(1&2)
John P. Purcell and Frederick J. Perlak
GM Crops: The Global Economic and Environmental Impact - The First Nine Years 1996-2004 8(2&3)
Graham Brookes and Peter Barfoot
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
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
Innovation and Dynamic Efficiency in Plant Biotechnology: An Introduction to the Researchable Issues 8(2&3)
Carl Pray, James F. Oehmke, and Anwar Naseem
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
International Agricultural Research: Intellectual Property Administrations in the Making 8(1)
Henrik Egelyng
Is China the Market for Genetically Modified Potatoes? 5(4)
Kynda R. Curtis, Jill J. McCluskey, and Thomas I. Wahl
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
Issues in Development and Adoption of Genetically Modified (GM) Wheats 6(3)
William W. Wilson, Edward L. Janzen and Bruce L. Dahl
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
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
Mandatory Labeling of Genetically Modified Foods: Does It Really Provide Consumer Choice? 6(1&2)
Colin A. Carter and Guillaume P. Gruére
Measuring Concentration in the Biotechnology R&D Industry: Adjusting for Interfirm Transfer of Genetic Materials 6(3)
James F. Oehmke and Christopher A. Wolf
Medium Grains, High Stakes: Economics of Genetically Modified Rice in California 6(4)
Craig A. Bond, Colin A. Carter, and Y. Hossein Farzin
Mergers, Acquisitions, and Stocks of Agricultural Biotechnology Intellectual Property 8(2&3)
John King and David Schimmelpfennig
Modifications in Soybean Seed Composition to Enhance Animal Feed Use and Value: Moving from a Dietary ingredient to a Functional Dietary Component 6(1&2)
Monty S. Kerley and Gary L. Allee
Monopoly Power, Price Discrimination, and Access to Biotechnology Innovations 8(2&3)
Albert K.A. Acquaye and Greg Traxler
New Pathogen Testing Technologies and the Market for Food Safety Information 7(4)
Laurian Unnevehr, Tanya Roberts, and Carl Custer
New Zealand Farmer and Grower Intentions to Use Gene Technology: Results from a Resurvey 6(3)
Andrew J. Cook and John R. Fairweather
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
Patterns of Public-Sector and Private-Sector Patenting in Agricultural Biotechnology 8(2&3)
Paul W. Heisey, John L. King, and Kelly Day Rubenstein
Perceptions of the Impacts of Genetically Modified Cotton Varieties: A Case Study of the Cotton Industry in Gujarat, India 8(2&3)
Uma Kambhampati, Stephen Morse, Richard Bennett, and Yousouf Ismael
Plant Biotechnology in Asia 7(1&2)
Randy A. Hautea and Margaret Escaler
Preface: Continuing the Effort 7(1&2)
Roger N. Beachy
Preface: Innovation and Dynamic Efficiency in Agricultural Biotechnology 8(2&3)
James F. Oehmke, Carl Pray, and Anwar Naseem
Pricing of Herbicide Tolerant Soybean Seeds: A Market Structure Approach 12(3&4)
Guanming Shi, Jean-Paul Chavas, and Kyle W. Stiegert
Progress and Challenges for the Deployment of Transgenic Technologies in Cassava 7(1&2)
Nigel Taylor, Lawrence Kent, and Claude Fauquet
Property Rights and Incentives to Invest in Seed Varieties: Governmental Regulations in Argentina 8(2&3)
Jay P. Kesan and Andres A. Gallo
Prospects for Bt Cotton Technology in India 7(1&2)
R.B. Barwale, V.R. Gadwal, Usha Zehr, and Brent Zehr
Reply: Mandatory vs. Voluntary Labeling of GM Food, Consumer Choice and Autonomy 6(3)
Colin A. Carter and Guillaume P. Gruère
Research Prizes: A Mechanism to Reward Agricultural innovation in Low-income Regions 6(1&2)
William A. Masters
Rice Biotechnology: A Need for Developing Countries 7(1&2)
Swapan K. Datta
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
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
Social Constraints on Crop Biotechnology in Developing Countries 7(1&2)
Glenn Davis Stone
Spillovers and Crowding Effects in a Mixed Biotech Industry: The Case of Canola 9(1)
Richard Gray, Stavroula Malla, and Kien C. Tran
Technology Fees Versus GURTs in the Presence of Spillovers: World Welfare Impacts 8(2&3)
Sergio H. Lence and Dermot J. Hayes
The Challenges and Potential for Future Agronomic Traits in Soybeans 7(1&2)
Timothy Conner, E. Hamer Paschal, Alberto Barbero, and Eric Johnson
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 Effects of Framing on Consumers' Choice of GM Foods14(3)
Amir Heiman and David Zilberman
The Future of Biotechnology in Soybeans 6(1&2)
John Soper, Dennis Judd, Daria Schmidt, and Steve Sullivan
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 Impact of the Introduction of Transgenic Crops in Argentinean Agriculture 6(3)
Eduardo J. Trigo and Eugenio J. Cap
The Market Potential of a New High-Oleic Soybean: An Ex Ante Analysis 7(3)
Konstantinos Giannakas and Amalia Yiannaka
The Potato Story 7(1&2)
Wojciech K. Kaniewski and Peter E. Thomas
The Status of Plant Biotechnology in Africa 7(1&2)
Jennifer A. Thomson
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
Three Seasons of Subsistence Insect-Resistant Maize in South Africa: Have Smallholders Benefited? 9(1)
Marnus Gouse, Carl Pray, David Schimmelpfennig, and Johann Kirsten
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
What's the Holdup? Addressing Constraints to the Use of Plant Biotechnology in Developing Countries 7(1&2)
Lawrence Kent
Why Are US and EU Policies Toward GMOs So Different? 6(3)
Kym Anderson and Lee Ann Jackson
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
Will Agbiotech Applications Reach Marginalized Farmers? Evidence from Developing Countries 9(1)
David J. Spielman, Joel I. Cohen, and Patricia Zambrano

L660 - Food; Beverages; Cosmetics; Tobacco
Agricultural Biotechnology and Organic Agriculture: National Organic Standards and Labeling of GM Products 9(2)
Konstantinos Giannakas and Amalia Yiannaka
Agricultural Biotechnology Development and Policy in China 5(4)
Jikun Huang and Qinfang Wang
Consumer Attitudes toward Genetically Modified Foods in Beijing, China 5(4)
Quan Li, Kynda R. Curtis, Jill J. McCluskey, and Thomas I. Wahl
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
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
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
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
Unacknowledged Health Benefits of Genetically Modified Food: Salmon and Heart Disease Deaths 5(2)
Randall Lutter and Katherine Tucker

L820 - Entertainment; Media (performing arts, visual arts, broadcasting, publishing, etc.)
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 of Genetically Modified Food Products in the Developing World 7(1&2)
Kynda R. Curtis, Jill J. McCluskey, and Thomas I. Wahl

M — Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting
M100 - General
“Health-enhancing” Products in the Italian Food Industry: Multinationals and SMEs Competing on Yogurt 12(2)
Giacomo Boesso, Nebojsa St. Davcik, and Francesco Favotto

M210 - Business Economics
Marketing GM Foods: The Way Forward 5(3)
Peter W.B. Phillips and David Corkindale

M310 - Marketing
Consumer Response to Functional Foods in the 21st Century 3(1)
David B. Schmidt
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
Health Claims and Labeling Regulation: How Will Consumers Learn About Functional Foods? 3(1)
Laurian J. Unnevehr and Clare Hasler
“Health-enhancing” Products in the Italian Food Industry: Multinationals and SMEs Competing on Yogurt 12(2)
Giacomo Boesso, Nebojsa St. Davcik, and Francesco Favotto
Issues in Development and Adoption of Genetically Modified (GM) Wheats 6(3)
William W. Wilson, Edward L. Janzen and Bruce L. Dahl
Marketing Functional Foods: How to Reach Your Target Audience 3(1)
Linda Gilbert
Marketing GM Foods: The Way Forward 5(3)
Peter W.B. Phillips and David Corkindale
The Effects of Framing on Consumers' Choice of GM Foods14(3)
Amir Heiman and David Zilberman

M370 - Advertising
Consumer Response to Functional Foods in the 21st Century 3(1)
David B. Schmidt
Health Claims and Labeling Regulation: How Will Consumers Learn About Functional Foods? 3(1)
Laurian J. Unnevehr and Clare Hasler
Marketing Functional Foods: How to Reach Your Target Audience 3(1)
Linda Gilbert
Marketing GM Foods: The Way Forward 5(3)
Peter W.B. Phillips and David Corkindale

N — Economic History
N500 - Economic History: Agriculture, Natural Resources, Environment, and Extractive Industries: General, International, or Comparative
A Soybean Biotechnology Outlook 6(1&2)
John C. Gardner and Thomas L. Payne

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