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  1. Storage Policies: Stockpiling Versus Immediate Release
  2. Food self-sufficiency and GM regulation under conflicting interests: the case of GM maize in South Africa
  3. Assesses the benefits and costs of controlling a pandemic such as the corona virus.
  4. The role of a German multi-stakeholder standard for livestock products derived from non-GMO feed
  5. Food processor and retailer non-GMO standards in the US and EU and the driving role of regulations
  6. The economics and politics GM food labeling: An introduction to the special issue
  7. The socioeconomic benefits of biological control of western corn rootworm Diabrotica virgifera virgifera and wireworms Agriotes spp. in maize and potatoes for selected European countries
  8. Economics of Sustainable Development and the Bioeconomy
  9. Measuring the Bioeconomy: Economics and Policies
  10. The Formation of GM-free and GM Coasean Clubs: Will They Form and If So How Much Can They Achieve?
  11. Erratum to: The Plant Protection Products (PPP) Sector in the European Union: A Special View on Herbicides
  12. Foregone benefits of important food crop improvements in Sub-Saharan Africa
  13. The Plant Protection Products (PPP) Sector in the European Union: A Special View on Herbicides
  14. The Interaction Among the Regulation of New Plant Breeding Techniques, GMO Labeling, and Coexistence and Segregation Costs: The Case of Rapeseed in the EU
  15. Golden Rice: no progress to be seen. Do we still need it?
  16. The Costs of Coexistence Measures for Genetically Modified Maize in Germany
  17. Trends in Approval Times for Genetically Engineered Crops in the United States and the European Union
  18. Prices matter: Analysis of food and energy competition relative to land resources in the European Union
  19. A socioeconomic analysis of biocontrol in integrated pest management: A review of the effects of uncertainty, irreversibility and flexibility
  20. Coexistence in European Agriculture?
  21. Farm-level GM Coexistence Policies in the EU: Context, Concepts and Developments
  22. Labelling GM-free Products. A Case Study of Dairy Companies in Germany
  23. A Question of Segregation: ‘GM-free’ Maize Bread in Portugal
  24. Welfare and Co-existence
  25. The Coexistence of Genetically Modified, Organic and Conventional Foods
  26. Introduction to the Issue of Coexistence
  27. The Principle(s) of Co-existence in the Market for GMOs in Europe: Social, Economic and Legal Avenues
  28. Consequences of Adventitious Presence of Non-approved GMOS in Seeds: The Case of Maize Seeds in Germany
  29. Lessons from EU Voluntary Labeling Schemes for GM-Free Processed Food Products
  30. The “Honey” Judgment of Bablok and Others Versus Freistaat Bayern in the Court of Justice of the European Union: Implications for Co-existence
  32. Legal But Costly: An Analysis of the EU GM Regulation in the Light of the WTO Trade Dispute Between the EU and the USA
  33. Communication of the international GMO workshop
  34. The impacts and acceptance of agricultural biotechnology: an introduction to the special issue
  35. The economic power of the Golden Rice opposition
  36. Financial, Real, and Quasi Options: Similarities and Differences
  37. What are the socio-economic impacts of genetically modified crops worldwide? A systematic map protocol
  38. ‘If labels for GM food were present, would consumers trust them?’ Insights from a consumer survey in Uganda
  39. Environmental Impacts
  40. Comparing the social costs of biofuels and fossil fuels: A case study of Vietnam
  41. Energy and greenhouse gas balances of cassava-based ethanol
  42. Dominos in the dairy: An analysis of transgenic maize in Dutch dairy farming
  43. The current status of the debate on socio-economic regulatory assessments: positions and policies in Canada, the USA, the EU and developing countries
  44. Ist das Angebot von Nahrungsmitteln „Ohne Gentechnik“ wirtschaftlich nachhaltig?
  45. Attitudes, perceptions, and trust. Insights from a consumer survey regarding genetically modified banana in Uganda
  46. Benefits and Costs of Biologically Contained Genetically Modified Tomatoes and Eggplants in Italy and Spain
  47. Chapter 8 Coexistence of Genetically Modified (GM) and Non-Modified (non-GM) crops: Are the Two Main Property Rights Regimes Equivalent with Respect to the Coexistence Value?
  48. Chapter 7 The Environmental Benefits and Costs of Genetically Modified (GM) Crops
  49. A latent class approach to investigating demand for genetically modified banana in Uganda
  50. Performance assessment of smallholder irrigation in the central rift valley of ethiopia
  51. Genetically Modified Banana Survey
  52. Cost-effectiveness analysis of algae energy production in the EU
  53. Coexistence regulations and agriculture production: A case study of five Bt maize producers in Portugal
  54. Different perceptions of adaptation to climate change: a mental model approach applied to the evidence from expert interviews
  55. Potential damage costs of Diabrotica virgifera virgifera infestation in Europe - the ‘no control’ scenario
  56. Ex-Ante Regulation and Ex-Post Liability under Uncertainty and Irreversibility: Governing the Coexistence of GM Crops
  57. Quantifying type I and type II errors in decision-making under uncertainty: the case of GM crops
  58. Ex-Ante Regulation and Ex-Post Liability Under Uncertainty and Irreversibility: Governing the Coexistence of Gm Crops
  59. Differentiating the consumer benefits from labeling of GM food products
  60. Economic incentives for abandoning or expanding gum arabic production in Sudan
  61. The Maximum Incremental Social Tolerable Irreversible Costs (MISTICs) and other benefits and costs of introducing transgenic maize in the EU-15
  62. Opportunities (‘costs) matter: A comment on Pimentel and Patzek “Ethanol production using corn, switchgrass, and wood; biodiesel production using soybean and sunflower”
  63. Coexistence Rules and Regulations in the European Union
  64. Reply to the comment by Thorsen et al. on “Diverging incentives for afforestation from carbon sequestration: An economic analysis of the EU afforestation program in the south of Italy”
  65. Specification and Estimation of Production Functions Involving Damage Control Inputs: A Two-Stage, Semiparametric Approach
  66. Diversity measurement combining relative abundances and taxonomic distinctiveness of species
  67. Irreversibility, Uncertainty, and the Adoption of Transgenic Crops: Experiences from Applications to HT Sugar Beets, HT Corn, and Bt Corn
  68. Governing the Co-Existence of GM Crops: Ex-Ante Regulation and Ex-Post Liability under Uncertainty and Irreversibility
  69. Solid waste management on small islands: the case of Green Island, Taiwan
  70. Estimating the Recreational-Use Value for Hiking in Bellenden Ker National Park, Australia
  71. Improving the benefits of wildlife harvesting in Northern Cameroon: a co-management perspective
  72. Health costs caused by oil extraction air emissions and the benefits from abatement: the case of Kazakhstan
  73. Environmental Costs and Benefits of Transgenic Crops
  74. Does ignoring multidestination trips in the travel cost method cause a systematic bias?
  75. Diverging incentives for afforestation from carbon sequestration: an economic analysis of the EU afforestation program in the south of Italy
  76. Introduction: Risk and Uncertainty in Environmental and Resource Economics
  77. Risk and uncertainty in environmental and resource economics: Insights from an international conference at Wageningen, June 2002
  78. How labour organization may affect technology adoption: an analytical framework analysing the case of integrated pest management
  79. Assessing the Risk of Transgenic Crops — The Role of Scientific Belief Systems
  80. Coexistence
  81. Conclusions
  82. Incremental benefits of genetically modified bananas in Uganda
  83. Environmental benefits and costs of transgenic crops: introduction
  84. Minimum distance requirements and liability: implications for co-existence
  85. Spatial Dimension of Externalities and the Coase Theorem: Implications for Co-existence of Transgenic Crops
  86. Irreversible costs and benefits of transgenic crops: what are they?
  87. Decision Making under Temporal Uncertainty and Irreversibility: Benchmark Values for the Release of Transgenic Crops in the EU
  88. Rural Consumers’ Preferences for Banana Attributes in Uganda: Is There a Market for GM Staples?
  89. Introducing novel protein foods in the EU: economic and environmental impacts.
  90. Restricted monopoly R&D pricing: uncertainty, irreversibility and non-market effects.