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Brewin View Member Profile

Innovation Related Publications

Examining the Adoption of Product and Process Innovations in the Canadian Food Processing Industry." With D. Monchuk and M. Partridge. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics. Forthcoming

"Innovation and Human Capital in Agribusiness" (with Vahid Omidvar) Invited paper at CAES and CAE joint meetings in Montreal. May 26, 2006.

"This Little Piggy Went to Market with a Passport: The Impacts of U.S. Country of Origin Labeling on the Canadian Pork Sector." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics. (with James Rude and Javed Iqbal). vol 54. p. 401-420. 2006.

Review and Analysis: Infrastructure Investment Tools and Methods in Relation to Northern and Rural Communities in Canada. For the Cooperative and Rural Secretariats, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. (with Ken Perlich and Robert Greenwood) Feb., 2004.

Consistency and Quality: Some Lessons from Saskatchewan's Beef Supply Chain. For the Saskatchewan Agricultural Development Fund. (with Alvin Ulrich). January 1999.

Presentations

"Regional Human Capital and Innovation" (with Vahid Omidvar). 2006 APRN Meeting in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. March 24, 2006.

"The Importance of Agglomeration, Space, and Amenities in the Expansion and Location of the Hog Industry in the U.S." (with Martin Shields and Kenneth Kephart). 2005 CAES/WAEA Joint Meetings in San Francisco, Calfornia. July 6-8, 2005.

"The Integration of Rurality, Space, Migration, and Income in the U.S." (with Martin Shields and Stephan Goetz). 2004 CAES/NAREA Joint Meetings in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. June 20-23, 2004.

"Convergence of Income in Pennsylvania's Counties." Southern Regional Science Association 41st Annual Meeting. Arlington, Virginia, April 13,2002.

"Convergence of Income and Heterogeneity in the United States" (with Martin Shields). 2002 Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association Annual Meeting. June 9-12, 2002. Camphill, Pennsylvania.

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Cardwell

Innovation Related Publications

Cardwell R. and W.A. Kerr, 2008. "Protecting Biotechnology IPRs in Developing Countries: Simple Analytics of a Levy Solution." Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol 59 (2):217-236.

Cardwell R., 2005. “Licensing Biotechnology in Developing Countries: A Levy as a Transaction-Cost Reducing Mechanism to Protect IPRs.” CAIRN Workshop, Toronto.

Innovation Related Presentations

Cardwell, R., 2007. "Biotechnology IPRs in Developing Countries: GM Crops and the WTO". Departmental Seminar, Department of Economics, University of Winnipeg.

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Cranfield View Member Profile

Innovation Related Publications

Herath D., Cranfield J. and S. Henson, 2007. The Impact of Regulatory, Human Capital and Financial Barriers on Functional Food and Neutraceutical Firm Performance in Canada. Working Paper # 20. International Food Economy Research Group (InFERG), University of Guelph. Read paper

Herath D., Cranfield J., Henson S. and D. Sparling, 2007. Firm, Market and Regulatory Factors Influencing Innovation and Commercialization in Canada's Functional Food and Neutraceutical Sector. Working Paper # 4. International Food Economy Research Group (InFERG), University of Guelph. (Also accepted for publication in Agribusiness - forthcoming). Read paper


Herath D., Cranfield J. and S. Henson, 2007. Understanding the Financing of Innovation and Commercialization: The Case of the Canadian Functional Food and Neutraceutical Sector. Working Paper # 3, International Food Economy Research Group (InFERG), University of Guelph. (Also published as Statistics Canada Agriculture and Rural Working Paper Series 21-601-MIE2006079). Read paper

van Moorsel D., Cranfield J.A.L. and D. Sparling. 2007. “Factors Affecting Biotechnology Innovation in Canada: Analysis of the 2001 Biotechnology Use and Development Survey.” International Journal of Biotechnology, Vol 9(1): 39-59.

Karen Huff, Karl Meilke, Calum Turvey and John Cranfield. 2004. “Modeling Bioterrorism in the Agrifood Sectors of NAFTA Members.” Current Agriculture, Food and Resource Issues. No. 5: 1-22. Read paper


J. A. L. Cranfield. "Optimal Collective Investment in Generic Advertising, Export Market Promotion and Cost-of-Production Reducing Research." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics. (November 2003):299-321.

J. A. L. Cranfield. "Optimal Generic Advertising with a Rationed Related Good:The Case of Canadian Beef and Chicken Markets." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics (July 2002):117-134.

John A. L. Cranfield, Thomas W. Hertel, James S. Eales, and Paul V. Preckel. "Changes in the Structure of Global Food Demand." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 80(December 1998):1042-1050.

Wayne Howard and John Cranfield. "Ontario Beef Producers' Attitudes about Artificial Insemination." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 43(July 1995):305-314.

Innovation-Related Presentations

Daryl Van Moorsel, J. A. L. Cranfield, and Dave Sparling. “Innovation in Canadian Biotechnology & Agricultural Biotechnology Firms.” Canadian Agricultural Economics Society & Western Agricultural Economics Association joint annual meeting, San Francisco, California, July 2005.

David Sparling, Daryl van Moorsel, and John Cranfield. “Innovation in Canadian Agricultural Biotechnology.” International Consortium on Agricultural Biotechnology Research 9th International Conference Ravello, Italy, July 2005.

David Sparling, Daryl van Moorsel, and John Cranfield. “Innovation in Canadian Agricultural Biotechnology.” 5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Business, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2005.

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Fulton View Member Profile

Innovation Related Publications
Refereed Journals Articles

M.E. Fulton and K. Giannakas, 2001. Agricultural Biotechnology and Industry Structure. AgBioForum, 4(2), 137-151. Conference Presentations

M. Fulton and K. Giannakas, 2001. The Market Effects of Genetically Modified Food. Canadian Agricultural Economics Society and American Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, August, Chicago.

M. Fulton and K. Giannakas, 2000. The Effects of Biotechnology on Concentration and Structure in the Agricultural Inputs Industry. Canadian Agricultural Economics Society and Canadian Economics Association Annual Meeting, July, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Technical Reports

M.E. Fulton and K. Giannakas, 2001. Biotechnology and Industry Concentration. In M.E. Fulton, et al., Transforming Agriculture: The Benefits and Costs of Genetically Modified Crops. University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon.

M. Veeman, M.E. Fulton and B. Larue, 1999. International Trade in Agricultural and Food Products: The Role of State Trading Enterprises. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, April, 130 pp.

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Furtan View Member Profile

Innovation Related Publications
Refereed Journal Articles

Furtan W.H. and J. Sauer, 2008. Determinants of Food Industry Performance: Survey Data and Regressions for Denmark. Currently being reviewed by the Journal of Agricultural Economics. Read paper
Ghazalian p. and W.H.Furtan, 2007. The Effect of Innovation on Agricultural and Agri-food Exports in OECD Countries. Accepted for publication in the Journal of Agriculture and Resource Economics. Forthcoming. Read paper
Davey, K. and W.H.Furtan, 2007. Factors that affect the adoption decision of conservation tillage in the Prairie Region of Canada. Accepted for publication in the Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics. Forthcoming. Read paper

H. Mayer and W.H. Furtan, 1999. Transgenic Canola: The Case of Canola in Western Canada. Food Policy, 24, 4, pp. 431-442.

A. Schmitz, W.H. Furtan and K.R. Baylis, 1999. State Trading and the WTO. Choices, Second Quarter, pp. 30-34.

Books and Chapters in Books

W.H. Furtan, A. Guzel and A. Bayaner, 1999. An Examination of Agricultural Productivity and Returns to Agricultural Research in Turkey. AERI, Ankara, Turkey, ISBN 975-407-027-7.

T. Yildirim, A. Schmitz and W.H. Furtan (eds.), 1998. The Economics of Agricultural Trade, Westview Press Ltd., Boulder, CO.

A. Schmitz and W.H. Furtan, 1998. State Trading, Trade Distortions and the GATT. In T. Yildirim, A. Schmitz and W.H. Furtan (eds.), The Economics of Agricultural Trade, Westview Press Ltd., Boulder, CO. pp. 255-280.

Non-Refereed Journal Articles

W.H. Furtan, 2001. Diversification in Western Canadian Agriculture: Opportunities for the Forage and Turfseed Industry. Forage Seed News, Winter, p. 4.

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Ghazalian View Member Profile

Innovation Related Publications
Journal Articles

Ghazalian, Pascal L. and W. Hartley Furtan. 2007. “The Effect of Innovation on Agricultural and Agri-food Exports in OECD Countries”. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 32 (3): 448-461.

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Gray View Member Profile

Innovation Related Publications
Books, Chapters in Books, Expository and Review Articles
Published

R. Gray, S. Malla, and K. Tran, 2006. Research Spillovers in the Biotech Industry: The Case of Oilseed Rape, In the International Trade and Policies for Genetically Modified Products, ch.8, p.79-96. Edited by R.E. Evenson and V. Santaniello. Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK: CABI Publishing.

J. M. Alston, H. Brunke, R.S. Gray, D.A. Sumner. Demand Enhancement Through Food Safety Regulation, Ch. 16 in The Economics of Commodity Promotion Programs: Lessons from California, H.M. Kaiser, J.M. Alston, J.M. Crespi and R.J. Sexton eds., Peter Land, New York. pp. 361-86.

R.S. Gray, D.A. Sumner, J.M. Alston, H. Brunke, and A. K.A. Acquaye, Economic Consequences of Mandated Grading and Food Safety Assurance: Ex Ante Analysis of the Federal Marketing Order for California Pistachios, Giannini Foundation Monograph 46, University of California, March 2005 55p.

H. Brunke., J.M. Alston, R.S. Gray, and D.A. Sumner. Industry-Mandated Testing to Improve Food Safety: The New US Marketing Order for Pistachios. Agrarwirtschaft 53 (2004): 228-237.

Papers in Refereed Journals
Published

R. Gray, S. Malla and K. Perlich, 2006. “The Economic Impacts of a Proposed Limits on Trans Fats in Canada”, Current Agriculture, Food and Resource Issues 7: 149-61.

R. Gray, S. Malla, and K. C. Tran, 2006. “Spillovers and Crowding Effects in a Mixed Biotech Industry: The Case of Canola.” AgBioForum 9(1): 31-41.

R. Gray, S. Malla, and P. Phillips, 2006. “Product Innovation in the Canadian Canola Sector.” Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 11(1): 65-74.

S. Malla and R. Gray, 2005. “The Crowding Effects of Basic and Applied Research: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of an Agricultural Biotech Industry.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 87(2):423-438.

W.H. Furtan, R.S. Gray and J. Holzman. 2005. “Regulatory Approval Decisions in the Presence of Market Externalities: The Case of Genetically Modified Wheat”. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 30(1):12-28.

S. Malla and R. Gray, 2005. “The Crowding Effects of Basic and Applied Research: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of an Agricultural Biotech Industry.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 87(2):423-438.

S. Malla, R. Gray and P. Phillips. 2004 Gains to Research in the Presence of Intellectual Property Rights and Research Subsidies. Review of Agricultural Economics, 26:61-81

S. Malla and Richard Gray. 2003. Public Research Policy for Today’s Biotech Industry. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 51:347-69

R. Gray, C. B. Moss and A. Schmitz. 2004. Genetically Modified Organisms: Rights to Use Commodity Names and the Lemons Problem. Journal of Agricultural and Food Industrial Organisation, 2(2).Art.7.

W.H. Furtan, R.S. Gray, and J.J. Holzman, 2003. The Optimal Time to License a Biotech ‘Lemon’. Contemporary Economic Policy 21(4) : 433-444.

Contributed Papers in Published Conference Proceedings and Abstracts
Published

R. Gray and S. Smyth, 2006. “Working at the intersection of ego and greed: As assessment of the University of Saskatchewan’s technology transfer activities,” at the 26th IAAE Conference, August 12-18, 2006 Brisbane, Australia.

R. Gray, and S. Malla, 2006. “Public Intellectual Property Rights and Distribution of Research Benefits.” Canadian Agricultural Economics Society (CAES) Annual Meeting, Montreal, Québec, 26-28 May 2006.

D. Holman, S. Malla, and R. Gray, 2006. “Management of Public Intellectual Property.” Canadian Agricultural Economics Society (CAES) Annual Meeting, Montreal, Québec, 26-28 May 2006.

R. Gray, S. Malla, and K. Tran, 2005. “Pecuniary, Non-Pecuniary, and Downstream Research Spillovers: The Case of Canola.” Presented at the XIth Congress of European Association of Agricultural Economics (EAAE), August 2005, Copenhagen, Denmark.

R. Gray, S. Malla and K. Tran 2003. An Empirical Analysis of Public and Private Spillovers within the Canadian Biotech Industry. Presented at the American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) Annual Meeting, Montreal, July 2003.

R. Gray, S. Malla and K. Tran 2003. (abstract). The Pricing of Public IPRs and Private Rent Dissipation Activities. Presented at the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society (CAES) Annual Meeting, Montreal, July 2003.

Technical Reports Relevant to Academic Field
Published

Gervais, J-P., B. Larue, J.E. Hobbs, W.A. Kerr and R. Gray. 2006. A Qualitative Assessment of the Benefits and Costs of On-Farm Food Safety and Environmental Farm Plans in the Dairy Sector, Report Series No. 6 Research and Analysis Directorate, Strategic Research, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, November, pp. 29.

Hobbs, J.E., J-P. Gervais, R. Gray, W.A. Kerr, B. Larue and C. Wasylyniuk. 2005. Overview of the Development and Applications of a Conceptual Framework for Analyzing the Benefits and Costs of On-Farm Food Safety and Environmental Farm Plans, Report Series No. 1, Research and Analysis Directorate, Strategic Research, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, August, pp. 28.

Hobbs, J.E., J-P. Gervais, R. Gray, W.A. Kerr and B. Larue. 2005. On-Farm Food Safety and Environmental Farm Plans: A Conceptual Framework for Identifying and Classifying Benefits and Costs, Report Series No. 2, Research and Analysis Directorate, Strategic Research, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, November, pp. 59.

B. Larue, J-P Gervais, J.E. Hobbs, W.A. Kerr and R. Gray. 2005. A Qualitative Assessment of the Benefits and Costs of On-Farm Food Safety and Environmental Farm Plans in the Pork Sector, Report Series No. 3 Research and Analysis Directorate, Strategic Research, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, November, pp. 40.

Kerr, W.A., C. Wasylyniuk, J.E. Hobbs, B. Larue, J-P Gervais and R. Gray. 2005. A Qualitative Assessment of the Benefits and Costs of On-Farm Food Safety and Environmental Farm Plans in the Beef Sector, Report Series No. 3 Research and Analysis Directorate, Strategic Research, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, December, pp. 44.

R. Gray, M. Ferguson, B. Martin, J.E. Hobbs, W.A. Kerr, B. Larue and J-P Gervais. 2005. A Qualitative Assessment of the Benefits and Costs of On-Farm Food Safety and Environmental Farm Plans in the Grain Sector, Report Series No. 5 Research and Analysis Directorate, Strategic Research, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, December, pp 42.

T.G. Scott, W.H. Furtan, A. Guzel, and R. Gray. 2005. Returns to Research: Agriculture Development Fund Expenditures on Crop Genetics. Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewan, pp.52.

T.G. Scott, W.H. Furtan, A. Guzel, and R. Gray. 2005. Returns to the Western Grains Research Foundation Check-offs. Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewan, pp.47.

S. Weseen, S. Ferguson, W.H. Furtan, A. Guzel, and R. Gray. 2005. Assessing the Impact of Regulations and Programs on Value-Adding Activities by Farmers. Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewan, pp.26.

R. Gray and T. Scott 2003. The Returns to Saskatchewan Pulse Grower Research. Saskatchewan Pulse Growers. December . 48 pp.

R.S. Gray, D.A. Sumner, J.M. Alston and H. Brunke, 2004. Economic Consequences of Mandated Grading and Food Safety Assurance: Ex Ante Analysis of the Federal Marketing Order for California Pistachios. May. 64 pp.

W.H. Furtan, R.S. Gray and J.J. Holzman, 2003. The Strategic Trade in GM Wheat: The Two-Country Case. Paper prepared for ERS, USDA, Washington, D.C., 51 p.

R. Gray et. al. (11 authors), 2001. Transforming Agriculture: The Benefits and Costs of Genetically Modified Crops. CSALE, University of Saskatchewan 138p.

Invited Lectures Outside U of S and Invited Conference Presentations

Richard Gray Invited Lecture: The Rates of Return to Canadian Agricultural Research. Presented at the CAES/KIS/CAIRN Workshop Food and Fuel: the Implications for Agricultural Research Saskatoon, June 5, 2007

Richard Gray Invited Lecture: Economic analysis and managing crop research. A presentation to the WGRF Board of Directors November 7th, 2006

Richard Gray and Brian Wright, Invited Lecture: Public Agricultural Research Issues. Presented to the AAFC officials, Ottawa, October 3, 2006.

R. Gray, and S. Malla , Invited Paper: IPRs and Holdup Problems in Agricultural Innovation: Challenges for Public Sector Research. Presented at the Principal Paper Session: CAIRN (Canadian Agricultural Innovation Research Network) Session “Trade and Innovation.” Canadian Agricultural Economics Society (CAES) Annual Meeting, Montreal, Québec, 26-28 May 2006.

Richard Gray, Invited Lecture, Discussion: Can Science and Innovation be Canada’s Core Competency? Presented at the Canadian Agri- Food Policy Institute’s CAPI Forum II, February 13, 2006.

Richard Gray, Invited lecture: Innovation and the Future of Agriculture. Presented to the Branch of Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food, June 5, 2005. Saskatoon.

Richard Gray, Invited Lecture: Research Policy and the Future of Canadian Agriculture (Did Canada Take the Wrong Fork in the Road?), Canadian Wheat Improvement Network, June 14, 2005, Lethbridge.

Richard Gray, Invited lecture: “An Innovation Based Recovery Plan for the Grains and Oilseeds Sector” Presented at the Farming for Profit Conference, June 22, 2005, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

Richard Gray Invited presentation: Enabling Economic Policy for Genomic Innovation in Agriculture. presented to the Genome Canada Competition III: Science Review, Calgary Alberta, February 2005.

Richard Gray, Invited Lecture: Export Subsidies and STE: Impressions about the CWB. Presented to the OECD working group on export subsidies November 29, 2004, Paris France.

Richard Gray, Invited Lecture: Do Our Current Funding Mechanisms Serve Us Well? Presented to the Canadian Agricultural Research Council, December, 2004.
Richard Gray, Invited Lecture: Issues for Innovation in Canadian Agriculture. Presented to the Federal-Provincial Deputy Minister’s of Agriculture Meeting, Saskatoon, December 7, 2004.

Richard Gray, Invited lecture: Freedom to Operate, IPRs and Spillovers from Agricultural Research. Presented to the Department of Agricultural ad Resource Economics, University of Arizona, February 19, 2004.

Richard Gray. Invited Lecture: Intellectual Property Rights and the Distribution of Gains from Agricultural Research by R. Gray, S. Malla and K. Tran, Middle Eastern Technical University Conference in Economics, September 8, 2003 in Ankara Turkey.

Hobbs View Member Profile

Innovation Related Publications
Books and Chapters in Books

J.E. Hobbs, W.A. Kerr, J.D. Gaisford, G. Isaac and K.K. Klein. 2007. Conflict and Consensus-building: International Commercial Policy and Agricultural Biotechnology, Chapter 17 in R.E. Evanson and T. Raney (eds.) The Political Economy of Genetically Modified Foods, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 512p. (Originally published as J.E. Hobbs, W.A. Kerr, J.D. Gaisford, G. Isaac and K.K. Klein. 2004. Conflict and Consensus-building: International Commercial Policy and Agricultural Biotechnology, in R.E. Evenson and V. Santaniello (eds.) The Regulation of Agricultural Biotechnology).

J.D. Gaisford, J.E. Hobbs, W.A. Kerr, N. Perdikis and M.D. Plunkett, 2001. The Economics of Biotechnology, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Press.

J.E. Hobbs, 2001. Consumer Responses to Food Quality, Food Safety and Health Concerns. In M. Fulton, et al. (eds.), Transforming Agriculture: The Benefits and Costs of Genetically Modified Crops, pp. 79-91, University of Saskatchewan.

R. Gray and J.E. Hobbs, 2001. Overview and Conclusions. In M. Fulton, et al. (eds.), Transforming Agriculture: The Benefits and Costs of Genetically Modified Crops, pp. 131-138, University of Saskatchewan.

R. Gray, J.E. Hobbs and F. Haggui, 2002. The Identification and Classification of GMOs: Implications for Trade. In C. Moss, Rausser, G., Schmitz, A., Taylor, T. and D. Zilberman, (Eds.) Agricultural Globalization, Trade and the Environment, Norwell, Massachusetts: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 481-501.

Refereed Journal Articles

J.D. Gaisford, J.E. Hobbs and W.A. Kerr. 2007. Will the TRIPS Agreement Foster Appropriate Biotechnologies for Developing Countries? Journal of Agricultural Economics 58(2): 199-217.

S. Malla, J.E. Hobbs and S. Perger. 2007. Valuing the Health Benefits of a Novel Functional Food. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 55(1):115-136

M.T. Yeung, J.E. Hobbs and W.A. Kerr. 2007. Accessing US and EU Markets for Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods: Legislative and Technical Barriers Facing Agribusiness Marketers. Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing 19(1):53-79.

J.E. Hobbs, S. Malla and T. Cybruk. 2007. Valuing the Potential Health Benefits of High CLA Milk. Presented at the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society and American Agricultural Economics Association joint annual meeting, Portland, Oregon, July 30.

T.J. Rudge, J.E. Hobbs and W.A. Kerr. 2005. Infant Industries Accessing Global Markets: Strategic Risks and Potential Trade Barriers in Bioplastics. Innovative Marketing, 1(2):22-31.

W.A. Kerr and J.E. Hobbs, 2002. The North American – European Union Dispute Over Beef Produced Using Growth Hormones: A Major Test for the New International Trade Regime. The World Economy, 25, 2, 283-296.

N. Perdikis, W.A. Kerr, and J.E. Hobbs, J.E., 2001. Reforming the WTO to Defuse Potential Trade Conflicts in Genetically Modified Goods, The World Economy, 24, 3, 379-398.

Conference Presentations

J.E. Hobbs, 2001. Consumer Issues, Genetically Modified Foods in the Global Economy: A Panel Discussion, University of Lethbridge, March 16.

J.E. Hobbs, 2000. GMOs: Consumer Preferences and Information Asymmetry. Seminar presented at the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, March 3, Copenhagen, Denmark.

J.E. Hobbs, 2000. GMOs: Consumer Preferences and Information Asymmetry. Seminar presented at the University of Reading, February 21, Reading, UK.

J.E. Hobbs, 2000. GMOs: Consumers’ Friend or Foe? Invited presentation to the Agricultural Institute of Management - Saskatchewan Conference “Profiting from Agricultural Change”, February 3, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

N. Perdikis, W.A. Kerr and J.E. Hobbs, 2000. Can the WTO/GATT Agreements on Sanitary and Phyto-Sanitary Measures and Technical Barriers to Trade Be Renegotiated to Accommodate Agricultural Biotechnology? In Lesser, W.H. (ed.) Transitions in Agbiotech: Economics of Strategy and Policy, 696-707, Washington DC, USA, Food Marketing Policy Center, University of Connecticut.

W.A. Kerr, R. Yampoin and J.E. Hobbs, 2000. The TRIPS Agreement and WTO Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in Agricultural Biotechnology. In Lesser, W.H. (ed.) Transitions in Agbiotech: Economics of Strategy and Policy, 286-295, Food Marketing Policy Center, University of Connecticut.

R. Tarvydas, J.D. Gaisford, J.E. Hobbs and W.A. Kerr, 2000. Agricultural Biotechnology in Developing Countries: Will it be Technology Transferred Through the Market or Piracy? In Lesser, W.H. (ed.) Transitions in Agbiotech: Economics of Strategy and Policy, 407-424, Food Marketing Policy Center, University of Connecticut.

Technical Reports

R. Gray and J.E. Hobbs, 2001. Overview and Conclusions. In Fulton, M., H. Furtan, D. Gosnell, R. Gray. J. Hobbs, J. Holzman, B. Kerr, J. McNaughton, J. Stevens and D. Stovin (eds.), Transforming Agriculture: The Benefits and Costs of Genetically Modified Crops. Prepared for the Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee, Project Steering Committee on the Regulation of Genetically Modified Foods, March, 98-104.

Kerr View Member Profile

Innovation Related Publications
Books

J.E. Hobbs, K. Holtby and W.A. Kerr, 2007. International Environmental Liability and Barriers to Trade: Market Access adn Biodiversity in the Biosafety Protocol. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 166 .

J.E. Hobbs, J.D. Gaisford, W.A. Kerr, N. Perdikis and M.D. Plunkett, 2004. Economics of Biotechnology- Chinese Edition . Shanghai: Shanghai People's Publishing House, 280.

S. Smyth, P.W.B. Phillips, W.A. Kerr and G.G. Khachatourians, 2004. Regulating the Liabilities of Agricultural Biotechnology. Wallingford, Oxon, UK: CABI Publishing, 224+xi.

Chapters in Books

J.E.Hobbs, W.A. Kerr, J. D. Gaisford, G. Isaac and K.K. Klein, 2007. Conflict and Consensus-building: International Commercial Policy and Agricultural biotechnology. Chapter 17. In R.E. Evanson and T. Raney, The Political Economy of Genetically Modified Foods. Wallingford: CAB International, pp. 512.

Hobbs, J.E. and W.A. Kerr, 2005. Will Consumers Lose or Gain from the Environmental Impacts of Transgenic Crops?, in J.H.H. Wesseler (ed.) Environmental Costs and Benefits of Transgenic Crops, Chapter 15a. In , . Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 249-262.

W.A. Kerr, 2005. Comment on Van den Belt: Biotechnology, the US-EU Dispute and the Precautionary Principle, in J.H.H. Wesseler (ed.) Environmental Costs and Benefits of Transgenic Crops. Chapter 12b. In , . Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 199-201.

G.E. Isaac and W.A. Kerr, 2005. Genetically Modified Organisms and Trade Rules: Identifying Important Challenges for the WTO, in K. Anderson and T. Josling, T. (eds.) The WTO and Agriculture. Vol. II, Chapter 17. In , . Cheltenham, Edward Elgar (first published in World Economy Vol. 26, No. 1), pp. 410-423.

J.D. Gaisford and W.A. Kerr, 2004. Biotechnology Issues in Western Hemisphere Trade in Agriculture., in M.S. Jank (ed.) Agricultural Trade Liberalization: Policies and Implications for Latin America. In , . Washington, Inter-American Development Bank, pp. 197-215.

N. Perdikis, S.L. Boyd and W.A. Kerr, 2004. Multinationals, Biotechnology, Intellectual Property and Developing Countries . Chapter 1-10. In , . London, Cambridge Scholars Press.

Papers in Refereed Journals

J.E. Hobbs, M.T. Yeung and W.A. Kerr, 2007. Accessing US and EU Markets for Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods: Legislative and Technical Barriers Facing Agribusiness Marketers. Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing, 19 (1).

J.D. Gaisford, J.E. Hobbs and W.A. Kerr, 2007. Will the TRIPS Agreement Foster Appropriate Biotechnologies for Developing Countries?. Journal of Agricultural Econmoics, 58(2) 199-217.

J.E. Hobbs and W.A. Kerr, 2006. Consumer Information, Labelling and International Trade in Agri-food Products. Food Policy, 31: 78-89.

J.E. Hobbs, K.M. Bessell and W.A. Kerr, 2006. Food Safety and Private International Law: Liability, Traceability and Transboundary Marketing. Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing, 18 (1&2).

J.E. Hobbs and W.A. Kerr, 2006. Price and Product Pooling: Impact on Development and Operations of Differentiated Value Chains. Current Agriculture, Food and Resource Issues, 7 .

S.Smyth, W.A. Kerr, K.A. Davey, 2006. Closing Markets to Biotechnology. International Journal of Technology and Globalization, 2,3/4, 379-391.

W.A. Kerr and G.E. Isaac, 2005. The International Treatment of Biological Material as Intellectual Property. Journal of International Biotechnology Law, 2, 3, 105-111.

L.J. Loppacher and W.A. Kerr, 2005. Can Biofuels Become a Global Industry?: Government Policies and Trade Constraints, . CEPMPL Internet Journal, 15, Article 10, 1-25.

L.J. Loppacher and W.A. Kerr , 2005. Can Biofuels Become a Global Industry?: Government Policies and Trade Constraints. Energy Politics, 5, 7-27.

J.E. Hobbs, A.L. Hobbs, and W.A. Kerr, 2005. The Biosafety Protocol: Multilateral Agreement on Protecting the Environment or Protectionist Club? . Journal of World Trade, 39, 2, 281-300.

W.A. Kerr, 2005. Special and Differential Treatment: A Mechanism to Promote Development?. Journal of International Law and Trade Policy, 6, 2, 84-94.

J.E. Hobbs, T.J. Rudge and W.A. Kerr, 2005. Infant Industries Accessing Global Markets: Stategic Risks and Potential Trade Barriers in Bioplastics. Innovative Marketing, 1 (2).

L.J. Loppacher, W.A. Kerr, 2005. Developing Countries' Protection of Intellectual Property Under TRIPS. The Journal of World Intellectual Property Rights, 1, 1-2 1-17.

G.E Isaac,W.A. Kerr, N. Perdikis, 2005. Managing International Supply Chains to Market GM-Foods. Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing, 17,2,151-164.

G.E. Isaac, N. Perdikis and W.A. Kerr, 2004. Cracking Export Markets with Genetically Modified Crops . International Marketing Review, 21, 4/5, 536-548.

L.J. Loppacher and W.A. Kerr, 2004. Integrating China. Journal of World Intellectual Property, 7, 4, 549-562.

G.E. Isaac and W.A. Kerr, 2004. Bioprospecting or Biopiracy? The Journal of World Intellectual Property, 7, 1, 35-52.

G.E. Isaac and W.A. Kerr, 2003. International Trade, Intellectual Property Rights and Traditional Knowledge . Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development, 3, 2, 75-85.

G.E. Isaac and W.A. Kerr, 2003. GMO. Journal of World Trade, 37, 6, 1083-1095.

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Klein View Member Profile

Innovation Related Publications
Journal Articles

Mir, P. S., K.S Schwartzkopf-Genswein, T. Entz, K.K. Klein, E. Okine and M.V. Dodson. 2007. Effect of a short duration feed withdrawal followed by full feeding on marbling fat in beef carcasses. Livestock Science (In Press).

KLEIN, K. K. and A. M. WALBURGER. 2001. Voting for registration of new varieties of grains in western Canada: A collegial process in a competitive time. Can. J. Agric. Econ. 49(2): 233-246.

WALBURGER, A. M., K. K. KLEIN and T. FOLKINS. 1999. Diffusion of wheat varieties in three agro-climatic zones of western Canada. Can. J. Agric. Econ. 47(3): 293-304.

KLEIN, K. K., E. G. SMITH and R. P. ZENTNER. 1998. Interdisciplinary agricultural research in Canada. Can. J. Agric. Econ. 46(3): 259-272.

KLEIN, K. K., B. FREEZE, and ALLAN M. WALBURGER. 1996. Economic returns to yield-increasing research on wheat in western Canada. Can. J. Agric. Econ. 44(3): 207-218.

MARKS, LEONIE M., WILLIAM A. KERR and K. K. KLEIN. 1995. Planning for the impacts of agrobiotechnologies: A guide for public administrators. International Journal of Public Sector Management 8(1): 35-47.

KLEIN, K. K., B. FREEZE, J. STEPHEN CLARK and G. FOX 1994. Returns to beef research in Canada: A comparison of time series and mathematical programming approaches. Agric. Systems International Journal 46(4): 443-459.

KLEIN, K. K., J. E. HOBBS and W. A. KERR. 1994. Farmer acceptance of biotechnology and marketing strategies: Implications for agribusiness from surveys. Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing 6(1):71-88.

KLEIN, K.K., S.N. KULSHRESHTHA, W.A. KERR, G. FOX, B. STENNES and J. CORMAN. 1994. Transportation issues in Canadian agriculture II: Analysis of the Western Grain Transportation and Feed Freight Assistance Acts. Can. J. Regional Science 17(1): 45-70.

KLEIN, K.K., S.N. KULSHRESHTHA, B. STENNES, G. FOX and W.A. KERR. 1993. Transportation issues in Canadian agriculture I: Regional modelling for policy analyses. Can. J. Regional Science 16(1): 21- 38.

MARKS, L.A., W.A. KERR and K.K. KLEIN. 1992. An overview of the expected impacts of biotechnological research on potato production: Considerations for regulators and policy-makers. Journal of the Agricultural Society, The University College of Wales 71: 153-174.

MARKS, LEONIE A., WILLIAM A. KERR and KURT K. KLEIN. 1992. Assessing the potential impacts of agrobiotechnologies on third world countries. Science, Technology and Development 10(1):1-32.

KLEIN, K.K. and F. KRAMER. 1990. Economic value of outlook and research information: A test from Southern Alberta. Agribusiness: An International Journal 6(6):603-619.

KLEIN, KURT K. and BERNARD H. SONNTAG. 1982. Bioeconomic firm-level model of beef, forage, and grain farms in western Canada: Structure and operation. Agric. Systems International Journal 8(1): 41-53.

KLEIN, K. K. and E. W. KEHRBERG. 1981. The use of an innovation possibility frontier to evaluate an applied animal breeding research project. Can. J. Agric. Econ. 29(2):141-158.

Invited papers

KLEIN, K. K. and Danny G. Le Roy. 2008. Biofuels and the beef industry. Saskatchewan Beef Producers, Saskatoon, February 2008.

KLEIN, K. K. and Danny G. Le Roy. 2008. Biofuels and agriculture: What are the prospects? (presented twice). Farm Tech 2008 Conference: Global perspectives - Local Knowledge. Edmonton, January 2008.

Klein, K. K. and Danny G. Le Roy. 2007. The biofuel frenzy and agriculture. After dinner presentation to the Farming for Feed, Forage and Fuel Conference, Red Deer, Alberta, December 2007.

Klein, K. K. and Danny G. Le Roy. 2007. Biofuels and the beef industry. Alberta Beef Producers Association annual meeting, Calgary, December 2007.

Le Roy, Danny G and K. K. Klein. 2007. The biofuels frenzy: Implications for agriculture in Canada. Southern Agricultural Advantage Conference and Trade Show, Lethbridge, November 2007.

Klein, K. K. and Danny G. Le Roy. 2007. Biofuels and Agriculture. Alberta Institute of Agrologists, Lethbridge, AB, November 2007.

Klein, K. K., Danny G. Le Roy, Lawrence Arbenser and Doug Tiffany. 2007. Analyzing the profitability of ethanol made from wheat in western Canada. Can. Agric. Econ. Soc. Annual Conference Principal Paper, Portland, Oregon.

Klein, K. K. and Danny G. Le Roy. 2007. Can biofuels save agriculture? Farming for Profit? 14th annual conference, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

Klein, K. K. and Danny G. Le Roy. 2007. Bioenergy – Agricultural issues and outlook: Some comments. North American Agrifood Market Integration Consortium Workshop IV: Contemporary Drivers of Integration, Cancun, Mexico.

Le Roy, Danny G. and K. K. Klein. 2007. Development and sustainability of the ethanol industry in Canada. NABC19: Agricultural Biofuels: Technology, Sustainability and Profitability. South Dakota State University, College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, Brookings.

Klein, Kurt K. and Danny G. Le Roy. 2007. The biofuels frenzy: What’s in it for Canadian agriculture? Green Paper presented at Annual Conference, Alberta Institute of Agrologists, Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta.

Klein, K. K. and Danny G. Le Roy. 2007. Challenges facing modelers of the biofuels industry in Canada. Forestry and Agriculture Greenhouse Gas Modeling Forum, Workshop #4, Modeling Ag-Forest Offsets and Bio-Fuels in U.S. and Canadian Regional and National Mitigation. Shepherdstown, West Virginia.

Klein, K. K. 2007. Establishing a bio-fuels industry in Canada – Challenges and opportunities. Alberta Branch Canadian Seed Growers Association, Edmonton.

Klein, K. K. 2006. The new bio-economy. Agricultural Institute of Alberta annual conference, Banff, Alberta.

Klein, K. K. 2005. Economic and social implications of bio-fuel use and production in Canada. Presented to BIOCAP Canada Foundation 1st Annual Conference -- Capturing Canadas Green Advantage: Biosphere Solutions for Climate Change and the Economy, Ottawa, February 2005.

KLEIN, K. K. 2004. Socioeconomic research on bio-products. Workshop on Sustainable Development and Globalization of Agri-Food Markets. Int. Assoc. of Food and Agri-food Economists and Can. Agric. Econ. Soc., Quebec City.

KLEIN, K. K. 2004. Challenges and Opportunities for Development of a Bio-based Economy in Canada. Can. Agric. Econ. Soc. annual conference, Halifax.

KLEIN, K. K., Robert Romain, Maria Olar and Nancy Bergeron. 2004. Ethanol and Bio-diesel in Canada: Can They Help Meet Canada=s Kyoto Commitment? Current Agriculture, Food & Resource Issues 5: 221-237. http://www.CAFRI.org

KLEIN, K. K., Robert Romain, Maria Olar and Nancy Bergeron. 2004. Ethanol Policies, Programs and Production in Canada. Agriculture as a Producer and Consumer of Energy. Farm Foundation and United States Department of Agriculture, Arlington, Virginia.

KLEIN, K. K. and Chris Nicol. 2004. Demand for Bio-Fuels in the United States and Canada: A Rank Three Demand Analysis. Agriculture as a Producer and Consumer of Energy. Farm Foundation and United States Department of Agriculture, Arlington, Virginia.

SMITH, ELWIN and K. K. KLEIN. 2000. Development and adoption of dryland cropping technologies in Hebei province of Northern China. Can. J. Agric. Econ. 48(4): 573-583.

KLEIN, K. K. 1999. Biotechnology products: Protection of intellectual property and access to markets. Entomological Society of Canada annual meeting, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

MOONEY, SIAN and K. K. KLEIN. 1999. Environmental concerns and risks of genetically modified crops: Economic contributions to the debate. Can. J. Agric. Econ 47(4): 437-444.

KLEIN, K. K., W. A. Kerr and J. E. Hobbs. 1998. Impact of biotechnology on agricultural markets. Can. J. Agric. Econ. 46(4): 441-453.

KLEIN, K.K. 1997. Economic evaluation of the Alberta Agricultural Research Institute's matching grants program. Alberta Agricultural Research Institute, Edmonton, AB.

KLEIN, K.K., L.A. MARKS and W.A. KERR. 1989. Biotechnology impacts on agrosectors of Latin American and Caribbean countries: A preliminary assessment. Presented to IICA Conference, Paipa, Colombia.

KLEIN, K.K. 1985. Economics of biotechnology in animal production. Can. J. Agric. Econ. Proc. 33: 36-47.

SONNTAG, B.H. and K.K. KLEIN. 1977. Prospects and problems in interdisciplinary research at Canadian research stations. Can. J. Agric. Econ. Proc. 25: 53-62. Published Technical Research Reports

Klein, K. K. and Alvin Ulrich. 2001. Economic benefits from eight Alberta Research Council research projects. Alberta Research Council, Edmonton, Alberta: 31 pp.

Clark, J. Stephen, Nigel D. Burns, Tabitha J. Frizzell and Kurt K. Klein. 1998. The returns to blueberry research in Nova Scotia. Technical Report # 98-3-2. Economics and Business Department, Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Truro, 20 pp.

Burns, Nigel D., J. Stephen Clark, Bettina B. Brown, Tabitha J. Frizzell and Kurt K. Klein. 1998. The returns to apple research in Nova Scotia. Technical Report # 98-3-1. Economics and Business Department, Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Truro, 30 pp.

Klein, K.K. and J.E. Hobbs. 1997. Socio-economic impacts of selected research projects in AARI matching grants program. Summary report to Alberta Agricultural Research Institute, Edmonton, Alberta, 20 pp.

Klein,K.K. and J.E. Hobbs. 1997. Socio-economic evaluation of selected agricultural research projects funded jointly by Alberta Agricultural Research Institute and Industry. Alberta Agricultural Research Institute, Edmonton, Alberta, 133 pp.

Klein, K.K. 1997. Grains and oilseeds research in Canada: Regulations, committees and decision making processes. Policy Branch, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 41 pp.

KLEIN, K.K. and Allan M. WALBURGER. 1996. Transfer efficiency of yield increasing research on wheat in western Canada. Policy Branch, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, 26 pp.

KLEIN, K.K., B. FREEZE and Allan M. WALBURGER. 1995. Economic returns to yield increasing research on wheat in Canada. Research Branch, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, 60 pp.

KLEIN, K.K., B. FREEZE, J. Stephen CLARK and G. FOX. 1992. Returns to Beef Research in Canada: A Comparison of Time Series and Mathematical Programming Approaches. Research Branch, Agriculture Canada, Ottawa, 48 pp.

HOBBS, Jill E., William A. KERR and K.K. KLEIN. 1990. Socio-economic constraints to farmers' adoption of new biotechnological products, Economics Dept., Univ. of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alta., 76 pp.

MARKS, L.A., K.K. KLEIN and W.A. KERR. 1990. Economic impacts of biotechnology in Mexico: A case study of the Mexican potato industry. IICA-CIDA, Ottawa, Ont., 62 pp.

KLEIN, K. K. 1984. Economics of Productivity Improvement on Cow-Calf Farms in Alberta. Regional Development Branch, Agriculture Canada, Edmonton, Alberta, 68 pages.

KLEIN, K. K., K. J. NICOL, and S. A. KLEIN. 1983. Potential Agricultural Technology Transfer in Alberta. Regional Development and International Affairs Branch, Agriculture Canada, Edmonton, Alberta.

Books, Chapters in Books, Monographs and Review Articles

Hobbs, J.E. W.A. Kerr. J.D. Gaisford, G. Isaac and K.K. Klein. 2007. Conflict and Consensus-building: International Commercial Policy and Agricultural Biotechnology. Chapter 17 in R.E. Evenson and T. Raney (editors). The Political Economy of Genetically Modified Foods, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing: 293-299.

KLEIN, K. K., R. Romain, M. Olar and N. Bergeron. 2005. Ethanol Policies, Programmes and Production in Canada. Chapter 8 in J. Outlaw, K. J. Collins, and J. A. Duffield (eds.) Agriculture as a Producer and Consumer of Energy. CAB International, Wallingford, UK: 168-180.

HOBBS, J.E., W.A. KERR, J. D. GAISFORD, G. ISAAC AND K. K. KLEIN. 2004. Conflict and consensus-building: International commercial policy and agricultural biotechnology. Ch. 5 in The Regulation of Agricultural Biotechnology, ed. R. E. Evenson and V. Santaniello. CABI Publishing, Oxfordshire UK and Cambridge, Massachusetts: 59-65.

KLEIN, K. K. 1997. The role of agricultural technology in development of China. In Research on Maintaining Agriculture in the Semi Dryland Area of North China. Ed. Wei Jiankun and Wang Haibo. Chinese Agricultural Science and technology Publishing House, Beijing: 241-259.

KLEIN, K. K. and L. CHASE-WILDE. 1989. Growth and development of value-added activities. Chap. 4 in Free Trade and Agricultural Diversification: Canada and the United States, ed. Andrew Schmitz. Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado: 88-138.

KLEIN, K. K. and Timothy J. RICHARDS. 1989. The economic value of distiller's by-products in Canada. Appendix F in Towards a Commercial Future: Ethanol and Methanol as Alternative Transportation Fuels by Michelle Heath. University of Calgary Press: 285-310.

KLEIN, K.K., and W.H. FURTAN, ed. 1985. Economics of Agricultural Research in Canada. University of Calgary Press, Calgary, Alberta, 188 pages.

KLEIN, K.K. 1985. Economics, research and agriculture. Chap. 1 in Economics of Agricultural Research in Canada, ed. K.K. Klein and W.H. Furtan. University of Calgary Press, Calgary, Alberta: 3-10.

Seminars and Public Lectures

Le Roy, Danny G and K. K. Klein. 2008. The impact of biofuels on agriculture in Canada. Probus, Lethbridge, January 2008.

KLEIN, K. K. and Danny G. Le Roy. 2007. The biofuels frenzy: How is it affecting agriculture in North America? Inner Mongolia Agricultural University. Hohhot, China, May 2007.

>KLEIN, K. K. 2006. Interdisciplinary research on Nagaland agri-forestry. Boise State University, Boise, Idaho, April, 2006.

KLEIN, K. K. 2005. Agricultural policies in Canada and the United States. International Canadian Studies Institute. University of Lethbridge, July, 2005.

KLEIN, K. K. 2003. Socioeconomic research network on bioproducts and bioprocesses. BIOCAP B SSHRC National Network on the Human Dimensions of Biosphere GHG Management: Launch, Research Symposium and Workshop, Ottawa, June 24-25, 2003.

KLEIN, K. K. 2001. Life science research: A new agenda for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Lethbridge Community College, Lethbridge, November 2001.

KLEIN, K. K. 2001. Western Canadian agriculture and globalization. Alberta Summer Research Institute, University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, July 20, 2001.

KLEIN, K. K. 2001. The agri-food industry and life science research in Canada. Research Centre, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, April 2001.

KLEIN, K. K. 2001. Agri-food and life science research. Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Nevada, Reno, April 2001.

KLEIN, K. K. 2001. Life science research in agricultural production and trade. Panel Discussion on Genetically Modified Foods in the Global Economy. University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, March 16, 2001.

KLEIN, K. K. 2001. Agri-food and life science research in Canada. Agricultural Research Centre, Lethbridge, February 2001.

KLEIN, K. K. 2001. The agri-food industry and life science research in Canada. Strategic Policy Branch, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, February 2001.

 

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Innovation Related Publications
Journal Articles

Koo, Bonwoo and Brian D. Wright, "Dynamic Effect of Patent Policy on Sequential Innovation." Resubmitted to Journal of Economics Management and Strategy, June 2008.

Koo, Bonwoo and Dong Eui Chang, "Quality Decision of a New Product System and Network Externality." Submitted to Journal of Management Mathematics, April 2008.

Koo, Bonwoo, Philip G. Pardey, Keming Qian and Yi Zhang. 2006. "An Option Perspective on Generating and Maintaining Plant Variety Rights in China." Agricultural Economics, 35:35-48.

Koo, Bonwoo, Carl Nottenburg and Philip G. Pardey. 2004. Plants and Intellectual Property: A Worldwide Appraisal. Science, Vol. 36: 1295-1297.

Pardey, Philip G., Bonwoo Koo and Carol Nottenburg. 2004. Creating, Protecting and Using Crop Biotechnologies Worldwide in an Era of Intellectual Property. Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology, 6(1): 178-207.


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