The extent to which potential benefits to EU farmers of adopting transgenic crops are reduced by cost of compliance with coexistence regulations

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McFarlane, Ian; Park, Julian; Ceddia, Graziano;
  • Publisher: University of Missouri
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This article forecasts the extent to which the potential benefits of adopting transgenic crops may be reduced by costs of compliance with coexistence regulations applicable in various member states of the EU. A dynamic economic model is described and used to calculate t... View more
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