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Genetically Modified Organisms in Agriculture, Economics and Politics - Nelson, Gerald C.
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[EAN: 9780125154222], [PU: Elsevier Science], Technology|Agriculture|Animal Husbandry, Technology|Food Science, Science|Life Sciences|Genetics & Genomics, (344 pages) This book is printed on demand, please allow up to 10 days extra for delivery. Genetically modified crops have become a topic of great interest among scientists, regulators, consumers, farmers, and politicians. Despite their potential benefits, public hostility toward these crops is causing dramatic changes to import/export policies, food safety regulations, and agricultural practices around the world. Genetically Modified Organisms in Agriculture provides a comprehensive overview of the subject and a balanced look at the costs and benefits of GMO products. Part I reviews the scientific, economic, and political issues relating to the use of agricultural GMOs. Chapters cover specific applications, regulatory concerns, import/export patterns, international trade issues, and a discussion of future trends. Part II offers a unique look at all sides of the GMO controversies, with short chapters contributed by leading individuals with widely different perspectives. Part III presents a more in-depth look at selected issues plus helpful reference materials. This book makes the latest information on GMOs accessible to all interested parties, including students, laypeople, scientists, activists, and professionals working in related fields * Additional detailed footnotes and references for the academic * International contributions from the US, Europe and India * Covers the perspectives of different groups involved in the controversies: governments, environmental agencies, consumers, industrial agencies and the developing world Foreword Robert W. Herdt PART I: Analysis of Current GMO Benefits and Costs Introduction G. C. Nelson Traits and Techniques of GMOs G. C. Nelson The Economics of Technology Adoption G. C. Nelson and D. Bullock GMO Adoption and Private Cost Savings: GR Soybeans and Bt Corn D. Bullock and E. Nitsi Simulation of World Market Effects: The 2010 World Market with and without Bt Corn and GR Soybeans M. Rosegrant Cotton GMO Adoption and Private Profitability J. B. Falck-Zepeda, G. Traxler, and R. G. Nelson GMO Adoption and Nonmarket Effects G. C. Nelson and A. De Pinto The Stakeholders and the Struggle for Public Opinion, Regulatory Control and Market Development J. Babinard and T. Josling The Domestic and Regional Regulatory Environment G. C. Nelson, J. Babinard and T. Josling International Institutions, World Trade Rules, and GMOs T. Josling Market Responses to Consumer Demand and Regulatory Change L. Unnevehr, L. Hill, and C. Cunningham Looking to the Future T. Josling and G. C. Nelson PART II: Perspectives on the Controversies Farm Perspectives Biotechnology Crops--A Producer's Perspective M. W. Jenner Genetically Modified Crops and the American Agricultural Producer G. Goldberg Government Perspectives Toward Common Ground: Roles of Markets and Policy N. Ballenger and M. Bohman The Economics of Agricultural Biotechnology: Differences and Similarities in the US and the EU T. Haniotis Developing Country Perspectives Modern Agricultural Biotechnology and Developing Country Food Security P. Pinstrup-Andersen and M. J. Cohen GMOs: A Miracle? V. Shiva Environmental Perspectives GMOs in Agriculture: An Environmental Perspective R. Caplan Genetically Modified Organisms Can Help Save the Planet D. Avery Consumer Issues - Food Safety/Labeling Genetic Engineering: A Technology Ahead of the Science and Public Policy?: An Extract Reprinted from the US Congressional Record of November 1 and November 2, 2000 D. Kucinich Food Industry Perspective on Safety and Labeling of Biotechnology G. Grabowski GMO Regulations: Food Safety or Trade Barrier? M. Kane Genetically Engineered Food: Make Sure It's Safe and Label It M. Hansen Life Sciences Industry Ag Biotech: Our Past and Our Future R. Krueger PART III: Special Topics A Short History of Agricultural Biotechnology J. Babinard Plant Genetic Modification Technologies J. Widholm Bt Corn and the Monarch Butterfly: Research Update R. L. Hellmich and B. D. Siegfried The Beef Hormon

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[EAN: 9780125154222], Neubuch, [PU: Academic Press], GERALD C. NELSON,INDUSTRIES AND PROFESSIONS,POPULAR ECONOMICS,AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES,ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS,ECONOMICS,BIOTECHNOLOGY,GENETICS,SOCIAL POLICY,BOTANY,ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE,INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS,AGRICULTURE,ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES,PUBLIC POLICY, Science|Life Sciences|Botany, Science|Life Sciences|Genetics & Genomics, Technology|Agriculture|Animal Husbandry, Technology|Agriculture|General, Technology|Food Science, Hardcover. 344 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 6.5in. x 1.0in.Genetically modified crops have become a topic of great interest among scientists, regulators, consumers, farmers, and politicians. Despite their potential benefits, public hostility toward these crops is causing dramatic changes to importexport policies, food safety regulations, and agricultural practices around the world. Genetically Modified Organisms in Agriculture provides a comprehensive overview of the subject and a balanced look at the costs and benefits of GMO products. Part I reviews the scientific, economic, and political issues relating to the use of agricultural GMOs. Chapters cover specific applications, regulatory concerns, importexport patterns, international trade issues, and a discussion of future trends. Part II offers a unique look at all sides of the GMO controversies, with short chapters contributed by leading individuals with widely different perspectives. Part III presents a more in-depth look at selected issues plus helpful reference materials. This book makes the latest information on GMOs accessible to all interested parties, including students, laypeople, scientists, activists, and professionals working in related fields. Additional detailed footnotes and references for the academic International contributions from the US, Europe and India Covers the perspectives of different groups involved in the controversies: governments, environmental agencies, consumers, industrial agencies and the developing world This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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Audience: Agricultural, food, and environmental scientists in academia and industry, economists, environmental and food/safety activists, government regulatory and trade officials, farmers, and students and faculty in agricultural, environmental, and public health studies. Textbooks New Books ~~ Science~~ Life Sciences ~~ Botany Genetically-Modified-Organisms-in-Agriculture~~Gerald-C-Nelson Elsevier Science Genetically modified crops have become a topic of great interest among scientists, regulators, consumers, farmers, and politicians. Despite their potential benefits, public hostility toward these crops is causing dramatic changes to import/export policies, food safety regulations, and agricultural practices around the world. Genetically Modified Organisms in Agriculture provides a comprehensive overview of the subject and a balanced look at the costs and benefits of GMO products. Part I reviews the scientific, economic, and political issues relating to the use of agricultural GMOs. Chapters cover specific applications, regulatory concerns, import/export patterns, international trade issues, and a discussion of future trends. Part II offers a unique look at all sides of the GMO controversies, with short chapters contributed by leading individuals with widely different perspectives. Part III presents a more in-depth look at selected issues plus helpful reference materials. This book makes the latest information on GMOs accessible to all interested parties, including students, laypeople, scientists, activists, and professionals working in related fields. * Additional detailed footnotes and references for the academic* International contributions from the US, Europe and India* Covers the perspectives of different groups involved in the controversies: governments, environmental agencies, consumers, industrial agencies and the developing world

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Genetically Modified Organisms in Agriculture: Economics and Politics
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Nelson, Gerald C.

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Genetically Modified Organisms in Agriculture: Economics and Politics

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9780125154222

Genetically modified crops have become a topic of great interest among scientists, regulators, consumers, farmers, and politicians. Despite their potential benefits, public hostility toward these crops is causing dramatic changes to import/export policies, food safety regulations, and agricultural practices around the world. Genetically Modified Organisms in Agriculture provides a comprehensive overview of the subject and a balanced look at the costs and benefits of GMO products. Part I reviews the scientific, economic, and political issues relating to the use of agricultural GMOs. Chapters cover specific applications, regulatory concerns, import/export patterns, international trade issues, and a discussion of future trends. Part II offers a unique look at all sides of the GMO controversies, with short chapters contributed by leading individuals with widely different perspectives. Part III presents a more in-depth look at selected issues plus helpful reference materials. This book makes the latest information on GMOs accessible to all interested parties, including students, laypeople, scientists, activists, and professionals working in related fields. * Additional detailed footnotes and references for the academic* International contributions from the US, Europe and India* Covers the perspectives of different groups involved in the controversies: governments, environmental agencies, consumers, industrial agencies and the developing world

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780125154222
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0125154224
Hardcover
Publishing year: 2001
Publisher: ACADEMIC PR INC
344 Pages
Weight: 0,680 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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