China's Cotton Policy and the Impact of China's WTO Accession and Bt Cotton Adoption on the Chinese and U.S. Cotton Sectors

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Cheng Fang; Bruce A. Babcock;
  • Subject: agricultural trade, Bt technology, China and cotton policy, U.S. cotton exports, World Trade Organization, WTO accession.

In this paper we provide an analysis of China's cotton policy and develop a framework to quantify the impact of both China's World Trade Organization (WTO) accession and Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) cotton adoption on Chinese and U.S. cotton sectors. We use a Chinese cot... View more
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