GENETICALLY MODIFIED CROPS: INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRADE POLICY EFFECTS

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Frisvold, George; Reeves, Jeanne;
  • Publisher: International Journal of Food and Agricultural Economics
  • Journal: International Journal of Food and Agricultural Economics (issn: 2147-8988)
  • Subject: Agriculture | biotechnology | trade | S | Genetically modified | coexistence | non-tariff barriers | Genetically modified, biotechnology, trade, coexistence, non-tariff barriers, Agricultural and Food Policy, Crop Production/Industries, International Relations/Trade, Political Economy,

Where approved, producers have adopted genetically modified (GM) crops extensively. Yet, areas not adopting GM crops account for large shares of production and consumption. GM crops differ from previous agricultural innovations because consumers may perceive them as fun... View more
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