Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture

Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture No. 3/05

Agricultural biotechnology in developing countries:
impacts, institutional issues and policy implications
Matin Qaim and Franz Heidhues, Stuttgart, Germany

Impacts of genetically modified crops in developing countries: a survey
Matin Qaim and Ira Matuschke, Stuttgart, Germany

Potential benefits of transgenic rice in Asia:
a general equilibrium analysis

Guy G. Hareau, Montevideo, Uruguay, George W. Norton, Bradford F. Mills and
Everett Peterson, Blacksburg, VA, USA

IPR innovation and the evolution of biotechnology in developing countries
David Zilberman and Gregory Graff, Berkeley, CA, USA

The cost of biosafety regulations: the Indian experience
Carl E. Pray and Prajakta Bengali, New Brunswick, NJ, USA, and
Bharat Ramaswami, New Delhi, India

Whom to join? The small country dilemma in adopting GM crops in a fragmented trade environment
Monika Tothova and James F. Oehmke, East Lansing, MI, USA

Value-enhanced genetically modified crops:
research incentives and implications for developing countries

Kenrett Y. Jefferson-Moore, Greensboro, NC, USA,
Greg Traxler and Henry Kinnucan, Auburn, AL, USA