Do European Union Farmers Reject Genetically Modified Maize? Farmer preferences for Genetically Modified Maize in Greece

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Skevas, T.; Kikulwe, E.M.; Papadopoulou, E.; Skevas, I.; Wesseler, J.H.H.;
(2012)
  • Subject: Agrarische bedrijfseconomie | Environmental Economics and Natural Resources Group | Milieu-Economie en Natuurlijke Hulpbronnen | Bedrijfseconomie | Leerstoelgroep Milieu-economie en natuurlijke hulpbronnen | Business Economics | WASS | Environmental Economics and Natural Resources

The new EU proposal (IP/10/921) states that bans on genetically modified (GM) crops should not be based on environmental and health grounds, and it proposes a set of alternative reasons—including public order and morals—that can be cited by member states. This reveals t... View more
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