Table of contents for International trade and policies for genetically modified products / edited by Robert E. Evenson and Vittorio Santaniello.

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Contents
Contributors
Editors' Overview: R.E. Evenson and V. Santaniello
Part 1: Analytical Studies
1.	 Biotechnology Risks and Project Interdependence
 	Odin K. Knudsen and Pasquale L. Scandizzo
2. 	Restricted Monopoly R & D Pricing: Uncertainty, Irreversibility and Non-Market Effect
 	Robert D. Weaver and Justus Wesseler
3. 	Biotechnology and the Emergence of Club Behavior in Agricultural Trade
 	Monika Tothova and James F. Oehmke
4. 	The Labelling of Genetically Modified Products in a Global Trading Environment
 	Stefania Scandizzo
Part 2: Empirical Trade Studies
5. 	Tree Biotechnology: Regulation and International Trade
 	Roger A. Sedjo
6. 	Commercialized Products of Biotechnology and Trade Pattern Effects
 	Stuart Smyth, William A. Kerr and Kelley A. Davey
Part 3: Spillover Dimensions
7. 	The Coexistence of GM and non-GM Arable Crops in the EU: Economic and Market 
 	Considerations
 	Graham Brookes
8. 	Research Spillovers in Biotech Industry: The Case of Canola
 	Richard S. Gray, Stavroula Malla and Kien Tran
9. 	Mergers, Acquisitions and Flows of Agbiotech Intellectual Property
 	David Schimmelpfennig and John King
10. 	The Impact of Regulation on the Development of New Products in the Food Industry
 	Klaus Menrad and Knut Blind
Part 4: Intellectual Property Rights
11. 	Patents Versus Plant Varietal Protection
	Derek Eaton and Frank van Tongerun
12. 	Governing Innovative Science: Challenges Facing the Commercialization of Plant-Made 
Pharmaceuticals
	Stuart Smyth, George Khachatourians and Peter W.B. Phillips
13. 	Are GURTs Needed to Remedy Intellectual Property Failures and Environmental Problems with 
GM Crops?
	Geoff Budd
Part 5: Applied General Equilibrium Trade Models 
14. 	Economic Effects of Producing or Banning G.M. Crops
	Janine Flatau and P. Michael Schmitz
15. 	Opposition to Genetically Modified Wheat and Global Food Security
	Fayeal Haggui, Peter W.B. Phillips and Richard S. Gray
16. 	International Impacts of Bt Cotton Adoption
	George B. Frisvold, Russell Tronstad and Jeanne M. Reeves
	 
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Genetic engineering industry -- Congresses.
International trade -- Congresses.
Intellectual property -- Congresses.