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Regulatory studies on genetically modified crops

I’m preparing my last article on the GM issue. Some background research:

Independent Review of the South Australian GM Food Crop Moratorium – Kym Anderson (2019)

On mandatory labeling, with special reference to genetically modified foods – Cass r. Sunstein

On mandatory labeling, with special reference to genetically modified foods – Cass Sunstein (2016)

Why labeling of GMOs is actually bad for people and the environment – David Zilberman, professor, agriculture and resource economics (2012)

Information asymmetry, GMOs and strict liability under the Gene Technology Act 2000 – Charles Lawson

Engineering a Solution to Market Failure: A Disclosure Regime for Genetically Modified Organisms – by Luke Brussel (1999)

Innovation and Trade with Endogenous Market Failure: The Case of Genetically Modified Products

Lapan and Moschini – 2004 – Trade with endoneous market failure: GM products

Genetically Modified Crops: Their Market and Welfare Impacts – Sergio H. Lence and Dermot J. Hayes (2005)

Genetically Modified Products: A Consumer Staff Choice Framework – Productivity Commission 2000

Report on the Review of Labelling of Genetically Modified Foods – December 2003 Food Standards Australia and New Zealand

Are GMOs Even Worth Worrying About? Stack, July 31, 2019

Sanjeev Sabhlok

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