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Malla View Member Profile

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

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

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.

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

Contributed Papers in Published Conference Proceedings and Abctracts

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.

Olfert View Member Profile

Innovation Related Publications
Refereed Journal Articles

“Agglomeration or Amenities: Canadian Cities as Engines of Growth.” with M. Partridge and Alessandro Alasia. Canadian Journal of Economics, forthcoming.

“Riding the Wave of Urban Growth in the Countryside: Spread, Backwash, or Stagnation,” with Ray Bollman, M. Partridge, and Alessandro Alasia. Land Economics, forthcoming.

“Voting with their Feet: Jobs Versus Amenities.” with Mark Ferguson, Kamar Ali, and M. Partridge. Growth and Change, forthcoming.

M.R. Olfert, J. Partridge, Mark, Dan S. Rickman, Kamar Ali, 2007. The landscape of Urban Influence on U.S. County Job Growth. Review of Agricultural Economics, 29(3): 381-89

M.R. Olfert, Simon Weseen, 2007. Assessing the Viability of an Ethanol Industry in Saskatchewan. Public Policy Paper, 48: pp 23

M.Ferguson, Ali Kamar, M.R. Olfert, Mark Partridge, 2007. Voting with Their Feet: Jobs vs. Amenities. Growth and Change, 38(1): 77-110.

Mark Partridge, Ray Bolman, M.R. Olfert, 2007. Riding the Wave of Urban Growth in the Countryside: Spread, Backwash, or Stagnation. Land Economics, 83(2): 128-52.

Mark Partridge, M.R. Olfert, Alessandro Alasia, 2007. Canadian Cities as Regional Engines of Growth. Canadian Journal of Economics, 40(1): 39-68.

Jack C. Stabler and M. Rose Olfert, 2001. Public Policy in the 21st Century: Is Prairie Agriculture Becoming like any other Industry? Does it Matter? Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 48: 385-395.

Conference Presentations

M. Rose Olfert. 2000. Socio-Economic Trends: What’s Happening in Rural Saskatchewan. Presented at Strengthening Saskatchewan through Rural Education, Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan, March 4.

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Phillips View Member Profile

Innovation Related Publications
Peer-reviewed Books

Porter, J. and P. Phillips (eds). 2007. Public Science in Liberal Democracy. University of Toronto Press, pp. 343.

Phillips, P. and C. Onwuekwe (eds). 2007. Accessing and Sharing the Benefits of the Genomics Revolution. Kluwer/Springer, pp. 224.

Phillips, P. 2007. Governing transformative technological innovation: Who’s in charge? Oxford: Edward Elgar, pp. 306.

Phillips, P., S. Smyth and W. Kerr. 2006. Governing Risk in the 21st Century: Lessons from the World of Biotechnology. Nova Science Publishers, pp. 112.

Smyth, S. P. Phillips, W. Kerr and G. Khachatourians. 2004. Regulating the Liabilities of Agricultural Biotechnology. Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing, pp. 210.

Phillips, P. and G.G. Khachatourians. 2001. The Biotechnology Revolution in Global Agriculture: Invention, Innovation and Investment in the Canola Sector. CABI, pp. 360.

Peter Phillips and R. Wolfe (eds.), 2001. Governing Food: Science, Safety and Trade. McGill University Press/Queens School of Policy Studies, 174 pp.

Peer-reviewed book chapters

Phillips, P. and C. Ryan. 2007. The role of clusters in driving innovation. Chapter 3.1.1 in Krattinger, A., Mahoney, R. Nelsen, L, Thomson, J., Satyanarayana, K., Bennett, A, and Fernandez, C. (eds) The Handbook of best practices for management of intellectual property in health and agriculture, MIHR, 281-294.

Phillips, P. and C. Ryan. 2007. Building Clusters: Exploring Public Policy Options for Supporting Regional Innovation Chapter 4.2.20 in Mahoney, R. Krattinger, A., Nelsen, L, Thomson, J., Satyanarayana, K., Bennett, A, and Fernandez, C. (eds) The Handbook of best practices for management of intellectual property in health and agriculture, MIHR.

Smyth, S., P. Phillips and W. Kerr. 2006. “Managing Liabilities Arising from Agricultural Biotechnology,” in R.E. Just, J.M. Alston, and D. Zilberman, eds., Regulating Agricultural Biotechnology: Economics and Policy, Springer Publishers.

Phillips, P. Forthcoming. “The challenge of creating, protecting and exploiting networked knowledge: IP management challenges in Genome Canada.” E. Einseidel (ed) Crossing Over, University of Calgary Press.

Phillips, P. 2003. “Traceability and trade of GM food.” A. Eaglesham, S. Ristow and R. Hardy (eds) NBAC Report 15: Biotechnology: Science and Society at a Crossroad (NABC, Ithaca, NY), pp. 141-154.

Ryan, C. and P. Phillips. 2003. "Intellectual property management in clusters: A framework for analysis" in D. Wolfe (ed) Clusters Old and New -- The Transition to a Knowledge Economy in Canada's Regions, Kingston and Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press for the School of Policy Studies, pp 95-120.

Phillips, P. 2002 “Regional Systems of Innovation as a Modern R&D Entrepot: The Case of the Saskatoon Biotechnology Cluster.” In J. Chrisman et al. (eds.), Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Family Business and Economic Development: A Western Canadian Perspective. University of Calgary Press, pp. 31-58.

Phillips, P. and H. McNeill. 2002. Labeling for GM Foods: Theory and Practice. . In V. Santaniello, R.E. Evenson and D. Zilberman (Eds.), Market Development for Genetically Modified Foods. CAB International, pp. 245-261.

Phillips, P., R.S. Gray and S. Malla. 2002. Gains to Yield Increasing Research in the Evolving Canadian Canola Research Industry. In V. Santaniello R.E. Evenson and D. Zilberman (Eds.), Market Development for Genetically Modified Foods. CAB International, pp. 113-126.

Papers in refereed journals

Ryan, Camille D. and Peter W.B. Phillips. 2004. "Knowledge management in advanced technology industries: An examination of international agricultural biotechnology clusters." Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 22(2): 217-232.

Dierker D. and Peter W. B. Phillips. 2003. The Search for the Holy Grail? Maximizing Social Welfare under Canadian Biotechnology Patent Policy. IP Strategy Today No. 6-2003. Pp. 45-62.

Phillips, P. and D. Corkindale. 2003. Marketing GM foods: The way forward. AgBioForum 5(3), pp. 113-121.

Smyth, S. and P. W. B. Phillips. 2003. Product Differentiation Alternatives: Identity Preservation, Segregation and Traceability. AgBioForum 5(2), pp. 30-42.

Phillips, P. 2002. Biotechnology in the global agri-food system. Trends in Biotechnology, 20(9), September, pp. 376-381.

Phillips, P. and W. Kerr. 2002. “Frustrating competition through regulatory uncertainty-International trade in the products of biotechnology.” World Competition: Law and Economics Review 25(1), pp. 81-99.

Phillips, P. 1998. Provincial Competitiveness in a Knowledge-Based World: The Saskatchewan Case. Canadian Business Economics, 6(4), pp. 36-49.

Peer-reviewed Conference Papers

Kalaitzandonakes, N., P. Suntornpithug, and P. Phillips. 2004. Roundup Ready wheat in Canada and the US: A survey and analysis of potential farmer adoption. Conference paper presented at the 8th ICABR International Conference on Agricultural Biotechnology: International Trade and Domestic Production, Ravello (Italy), July 8-11.

Langford, C., J. Wood and P. Phillips. 2002. Global Science in Western Canadian Clusters: Wireless, Global Positioning, and Agricultural Biotechnology. Conference on Triple Helix and Regional Innovation Clusters, Oslo, Norway, November.

Haghiri, M. And P. Phillips. 2002. The impact of globalization on agricultural biotechnology in Asia: A model of regional - intellectual property rights. Proceedings of the Asia Pacific Economics and Business Conference, 2002, Sarawak, Malaysia, Oct 2-4.

Dierker, D. and P. Phillips. 2002. “The butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker: Why agricultural biotechnology industry may differ from the general biotechnology industry. Selected paper at the American Agricultural Economics Association meetings, July 28-31.

Haghiri, M. and P. Phillips. 2001. “Trade in the Market of Biotechnological Livestock Products and the Theory of Intermediary Firms.” Proceedings of the IATRC Conference, Auckland, NZ., January.

News articles/opinion pieces

Phillips, P. 2007. Enterprise Saskatchewan structure needs care. Saskatoon Star Phoenix, Nov. 29.

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Sparling View Member Profile

Innovation Related Publications
Papers Published in Refereed Journals

Herath, D., S. Henson, J. Cranfield and D. Sparling. 2007 Firm, Market and Regulatory Factors Influencing Innovation and Commercialization in Canada's Functional Food and Nutraceutical Sector, Agribusiness

Sparling, D., J. Cranfield, S. Henson and P. Laughland. 2006 The Canadian Bioproducts Development Survey - 2004: Analysis of Summary Results Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Invited Read more

Sparling, D and P. Laughland, 2006. Agriculture's Role in the Bioproducts Industry, Statistics Canada Vista Series 21-004-XIE. Invited Read paper

Sparling, D. S. Henson, S. Dessureault and D. Herath Costs and Benefits Assessment of Traceability. Journal of Food Distribution Research: Proceedings Issue, Volume 37, Number 1, 2006

van Moorsel, D., J. Cranfield and D. Sparling. 2006 Factors Affecting Biotechnology Innovation in Canada: Analysis of the 2001 Biotechnology Use and Development Survey International Journal of Biotechnology in press.

van Moorsel, D., J. Cranfield and D. Sparling. 2006 Factors Affecting Biotechnology Innovation in Canada: Analysis of the 2001 Biotechnology Use and Development Survey Read paper

Sparling, D. and J. Caswell 2005 Risking Market Integration without Regulatory Integration: The Case of NAFTA and BSE. Review of Agricultural Economics, 28:2, 212-228.

Referred Publications in Conference Proceedings

Sparling, D, Crystal Trevors and Erna van Duren, Canadian Food Inspection Agency – Measuring Performance. IAMA Case conference proceedings, 2004

Sparling D. and E. van Duren, (2002) "Strategic Alliances in the Canadian Agri-Food and Biotechnology Sector" in Paradoxes in Supply Chain Management Selected for Food Chains: Connecting Value with Values, 12th World Food and Agribusiness Forum and Symposium, International Agribusiness Management Association, Annual Meeting June 6-12, The Netherlands.

Popular Press, Technical Reports and Working Papers

Dalila Cervantes–Godoy, David Sparling, Belem Avendaño, and Linda Calvin, North American Retailers and Their Impact on Food Chains – for the NAAMIC trade conference in Cancun, June 2007 Invited

Sparling D., Scenarios for Canada's Agri-Food Industry – for the Canadian Agricultural Policy Institute, Nov. 2006 - Commissioned paper.

Sparling, D. and P. Laughland (2006) Agricultural Bioproducts Leading the Industry In Canada a Statistics Canada Vista paper. Forthcoming.

Sparling D, J. Cranfield, S. Henson and P. Laughland. (2005) The Canadian Bioproducts Development Survey – 2004 Analysis of Summary Results. AAFC

Sparling, D., T. Quadri and E. van Duren, Consolidation in the Canadian Agri-Food Sector and Implications for Farm Income, Canadian Agricultural Policy Institute Workshop, Toronto, June 2005.

S. Henson, D. Sparling and D. Herath (2005) Traceability in the Canadian Dairy Processing Sector, AAFC

Sparling, D., B. Sterling, B. Chamberlain, D. Berroya, J. Craig, (2004) Can-Trace Decision Support System for Traceability. Can-Trace.

Sparling, D. and B. Sterling (2004) Food Traceability: Assessing the Full Business Value Grocery Trade Review, October 2004, pages 1-2. Invited.

Sparling D. and M. Vitale. (2003) Biotechnology IPO’s - Boom and Bust? Article invited by the Australian Business Review Weekly.

Sparling, D. and M. Vitale. (2003) Australian Biotechnology – Do Perceptions and Reality Meet. Report to the Australian Stock Exchange. Distributed widely to Australian institutional investors, universities and biotechnology sector at the launch of the $200M Burrell Australia Biotechnology Investment Fund. Information from the report will also be used in the Burrill Annual Report on Biotechnology.

John Cranfield, Spencer Henson and Dave Sparling. “Preliminary Cost-Benefit Analysis of Regulatory Options for the Rendering/Feed Continuum.” Report prepared for the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, April 2003.

Zuhair A. Hassan, Glenn Fox, David Sparling and John Cranfield. “Innovation and the Competitiveness of the Canadian Economy with Special Focus on the Agri-Food Sector: Workshop Report.” Department of Agricultural Economics and Business, University of Guelph, November 2002.

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Current Submissions to Refereed Journals

Sparling D., J. Cranfield and E. van Duren. Dimensions of Innovation: The Case of Agricultural Biotechnology. Submitted to AgBioForum

Scientific Conference Presentations
2007

Sparling, D. – Strategic Insights to Ensure a Health-Economy-Culture Convergence in Ways Forward - McGill Health Challenge Oct. 2007, Montreal. Invited

Sparling, D. Unpacking the most strategic actions along food chains – McGill Health Challenge Oct. 2007, Montreal. Invited

Sparling, D. Reflections on the Agricultural Policy Framework – CAES/AAEA Annual Conference, Portland OR, July 2007. Invited

Sparling, D. and B. Avendaño, North American Retailers and Their Impact on Food Chains – for the NAAMIC trade conference in Cancun, June 2007 Invited

Sparling D., What can nanotechnology learn from biotechnology? American Academy for the Advancement of Science symposium on nanotechnology and agriculture – Feb. 16

Sparling D., J. Cranfield and P. Laughland. Innovation in Canadian Bioproducts - World Congress for Industrial Biotechnology, Orlando – March 24

2006

Sparling D., Sustainability and Viability in Agriculture –Biocap Annual Conference, Ottawa, Nov. 1

Sparling, D. J. Cranfield, S. Henson and P. Laughland The Canadian Bioproducts Development Survey, Canadian Economics Society Meeting, Montreal May. 2006

Herath, D.P., J. Cranfield, S. Henson and D. Sparling Financing functional foods and nutraceutical innovations in Canada Canadian Economics Society Meeting, Montreal May. 2006

2005

Sparling, D. Small Market Biotechnology: The Challenges of Commercializing Biotechnology in Canada and Australia, Rutgers University, Nov. 2005 Invited

Sparling, D. The Microeconomics of Traceability: How to Build a Business Case for Traceability, Food Traceability Summit, Toronto, Nov. 2005. Invited

Sparling, D. Building a new technology business: A framework for translating biotechnology experiences to nanotechnology, First International IFAS Conference on Nanotechnology, “What Nano Can Learn from Bio? Michigan State, October 2005 Invited

Simon Dessureault, David Sparling, Spencer Henson and Deepananda Herath. Costs and Benefits Assessment of Traceability Implementation in the Canadian Dairy Processing Industry, Food Distribution Research Society Annual Conference, October 2005.

Sparling. D. Harmonizing International Agreements with respect to Integrated Agricultural Markets: BSE case study, USDA Annual Outlook Conference, Washington, Feb. 2005, Invited

Sparling. D. and J. Caswell, Animal Health Regulations and North American Supply Chain and Market Integration, Texas Livestock Producer Conference and Texas A&M, College Park, Texas, May 2005, Invited

Sparling. D. and J. Caswell, Animal Health Regulations and North American Supply Chain and Market Integration Second Annual North American Market Integration Workshop, San Antonio , Texas, May 2005, Invited

Sparling. D. Implications of Healthy Foods for Food Supply Chains, Joint AAFC and OMAF Innovation conference, Toronto, June 2005, Invited

Sparling, D. and M. Vitale, The Challenges of Small Market Biotechnology Commercialization, Hawaii International Business Conference, May 2005.

Sparling, D. D. van Moorsel and J. Cranfield. Innovation in Canadian Biotechnology and Agricultural Biotechnology Firms, Hawaii International Business Conference, May 2005.

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.

Sparling D., D. van Moorsel and J. Cranfield, Innovation and Development in Canadian Agricultural Biotechnology Firms, International Consortium on Agricultural Biotechnology Research, Italy, July, 2005.

Sparling. D. Integrating NAFTA Animal Health Regulations: A Case Study Analysis. International Conference on Sanitary & Phytosanitary (SPS) Risk Assessment Methodology "Optimization of SPS Regulatory Tool - BOX", Washington, Aug.. 2005, Invited

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Industry Presentations
2007

Sparling, D. and J. Graham A Strategy for Ontario Food Processors Ontario Council of Presidents, Guelph, Dec. 2007

Sparling, D. Succeeding in the Future Agriculture, Alberta Pork Annual General Meeting, Edmonton, Dec. 2007

Sparling, D. Environmental Goods and Services – What works and who pays? Agri-Food Innovation Forum, Ottawa, Oct. 2007

Sparling D. Value Chains and the Future of Agriculture AAFC Ontario Division, Guelph, Sept. 2007

Sparling, D. Changing Functional Food Regulation in Canada CropLife Canada Board of Directors. Toronto, May 24 Invited

Sparling, D. Innovation – Moving from Research to Production Beef Value Chain Round Table – Ottawa May 16 Invited

Sparling. D. The Future of Farming and Policies to Get There Canadian Farm Business Management Council – Webinar series on Agricultural Policy. April 16. Invited

Sparling. D The Business of Farming Now and in the Future Christian Farmers/Agricultural Management Institute Workshop, Peterborough April 12. Invited

Sparling. D The Business of Farming Now and in the Future Christian Farmers/Agricultural Management Institute Workshop, Kemptville April 11. Invited

Sparling D. Capitalizing on Functional Foods. International Food Symposium, Calgary, March 22 Invited

Sparling D., A New Agriculture – A New Role for Farm Organizations OFA Board of Directors policy meeting, Toronto March 21. Invited

Sparling D., A New Agriculture – A New Role for Farm Organizations Ontario Soybean Growers Board of Directors, Guelph March 21. Invited

Sparling D., The Business of Farming – Now and in the FutureChristian Farmers/Agricultural Management Institute Workshop, Elmwood. March 7. Invited

Sparling D., Managing in the Future. AgKnowledge Forum, Barrie, Feb. 27. Invited

Sparling D., Changing Functional Food Regulation in Canada. MaRS Board of Directors, Toronto, Feb. 13. Invited

Sparling D., Feb. 9 – A New Agriculture and a New Role for Farm Organizations Presentation to the Council of Presidents, Guelph, Feb. Invited

2006

Sparling D., Thinking outside the box – Growing your opportunities series, Sudbury, Nov 18. Invited

Sparling D., Innovation and the Agri-Food Sector – OMAFRA Agri-Food Outlook Conference – Toronto, Nov. 8. Invited

Sparling D. The Ontario Bioeconomy – OAMFR Visioning Workshop – Guelph, Nov. Invited

Sparling D., Rethinking the Future of Agriculture – OAC Public Lecture Series, Oct. 18. Invited

Sparling D., Rethinking the Future of Agriculture in Saskatchewan – Farm Leaders Advisory Council developing a strategic plan for Saskatchewan Oct. 26. Invited

Sparling D., Transforming Regulation at the CropLife Canada Annual Conference “Transformation – Growing Agriculture in a Changing World” – Calgary Sept., 2006, Invited

Sparling D. Canadian Bioproducts Industry, Ministry of Science and Innovation, OMAFRA, French delegation visiting Ontario. July 11, 2006. Invited

Sparling D. Preparing for Agri-Food’s Future OMAFRA Innovation and Competitiveness Division. June 16, 2006. Invited

Sparling D. Canadian Regulatory Challenges. Our Changing Marketplace Workshop. Canadian Health Food Association and the BC Functional Food and Nutraceutical Network. Vancouver, April 2006 Invited

Sparling, D. Redirecting Your Farm Operation and Profiting From New Innovations. Quad County Farm Forum, Specialty Crop Conference. Tilsonburg. April 2006 Invited

Sparling, D. Agri-Food's Paradigm Shift: Productivity to Products Ontario Cereal Industry Research Council Annual Meeting. Guelph April 2006 Invited

Sparling, D. Moving Value Chains Forward Atlantic Value Chain Conference. March 2006 Invited

Sparling, D. Agri-Food’s Changing Paradigm: From Productivity to Product Attributes. OMAFRA Crop Technology Branch. Toronto. March 2006 Invited

Sparling, D. Agri-Food’s Changing Paradigm: From Productivity to Product Attributes. Ontario Agricultural Service Coordinating Committee Annual Conference Guelph. Feb. 2006 Invited

Sparling, D. Regulation and Competitiveness in the Canadian Agri-Food Industry, Presentation to the Canadian Agricultural Policy Institute Conference, Toronto. Feb. 2006 Invited

Sparling, D. Innovations in Agriculture Annual Meeting of the Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association, Niagara Falls, Feb. 2006 Invited

2005

Sparling, D., J. Cranfield, S. Henson and P. Laughland. The Canadian Bioproducts Development Survey – 2004 Ottawa, Dec. 2005. Invited

Sparling, D. Small Market Biotechnology: The Challenges of Commercializing Biotechnology in Canada and Australia, Rutgers University, Nov. 2005 Invited

Sparling, D. The Microeconomics of Traceability: How to Build a Business Case for Traceability, Food Traceability Summit, Toronto, Nov. 2005. Invited

Sparling, D. Building a new technology business: A framework for translating biotechnology experiences to nanotechnology, First International IFAS Conference on Nanotechnology, “What Nano Can Learn from Bio? Michigan State, October 2005 Invited

Simon Dessureault, David Sparling, Spencer Henson and Deepananda Herath. Costs and Benefits Assessment of Traceability Implementation in the Canadian Dairy Processing Industry, Food Distribution Research Society Annual Conference, October 2005.

Sparling, D. The Role of the Chief Scientific Officer in Financing Biotechnology, Toronto Biotechnology Initiative “From Research to Revenue” conference, Mississauga, Sept. 2005, Invited

Sparling, D. Traceability: Food Safety and a Whole Lot More! The Team Approach to Food Safety, Annual GFSSS Symposium, Guelph, Sept. 2005, Invited

Sparling. D. Integrating NAFTA Animal Health Regulations: A Case Study Analysis, International Conference on Sanitary & Phytosanitary (SPS) Risk Assessment Methodology, Washington, August 2005, Invited

Sparling, D. and G. Snoek, Measuring Value Chain Performance in the Ontario Food Sector, 2005 Dairy Research Communication and Extension Event, Feb. 2005.

Henson, S. and D. Sparling. D. Traceability in the Canadian Dairy Processing Industry Agriculture and Agrifood Canada, Ottawa, March. 2005, Invited

Sparling, D. Broader Costs and Benefits of Traceability Ontario Institute of Agrologists Conference on "Healthy Foods, Healthy Markets, Healthy People", Hamilton, April, 2005. Invited

Sparling. D. and J. Caswell, Animal Health Regulations and North American Supply Chain and Market Integration, Texas Livestock Producer Conference and Texas A&M, College Park, Texas, May 2005, Invited

Sparling, D., T. Quadri and E. van Duren, Consolidation in the Canadian Agri-Food Sector and Implications for Farm Income, Canadian Agricultural Policy Institute Workshop, Toronto, June 2005. Invited

Sparling. D. Implications of Healthy Foods for Food Supply Chains, Joint AAFC and OMAF Innovation conference, Toronto, June 2005, Invited

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Vercammen View Member Profile

Innovation Related Publications
Conference Presentations (with circulating paper)

Bontems P. and J. Vercammen. Public Regulation of R&D Racings, Select Paper, Annual Meetings of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Long Beach, July 23-26, 2006.

Swinnen, Jo and J. Vercammen, “Uncertainty and Specific Investment with Weak Contract Enforcement”, Select Paper, Annual Meetings of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Long Beach, July 23-26, 2006.

(Note: all of the four following presentations are variations of one paper) (See Link to Paper Below)
Vercammen, J., “Optimal R&D Subsidies with Endogenous Information Collection by Innovating Firms, Western Agricultural Economics Association annual meetings”, Anchorage, June28-30, 2006.

Vercammen, J., “Innovation and the Value of Public Information Initiatives”, invited presentation, INRA, Toulouse University, FR, November 10, 2005.

Vercammen, J., “Innovation and the Social Value of Publicly-Provided Market Analysis Information”, Joint Canadian Agricultural Economics Society and Western Agricultural Economics Association annual meetings, San Francisco, July 6-8, 2005.

Vercammen, J., “Innovation and the Value of Public Information Initiatives”, invited presentation, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Arizona State University, February 11, 2005.

Conference Presentations (without cirulating paper)

Zoe Campbell and J. Vercammen, “R&D Investment and Output Competition by Supply-Managed Producer Associations” CAES/AAEA Annual Meetings, Portland (July 30, 2007). View slides

 

Vercammen, James, “Western Canadian Producer Associations: Check-offs and Matching Grants”, Food and Fuel: The Implications for Agricultural Research Policy, Saskatoon Conference, June 4-6, 2007. View slides

Circulating Working Papers

Bontems P. and J. Vercammen. Public regulation of R&D racings, Select Paper, Annual Meetings of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Long Beach, July 23-26, 2006. Read paper
Swinnen, Jo and J. Vercammen, “Uncertainty and Specific Investment with Weak Contract Enforcement”, Select Paper, Annual Meetings of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Long Beach, July 23-26, 2006. Read paper
Vercammen, J., “Optimal R&D Subsidies with Endogenous Information Collection by Innovating Firms. Phelps Centre for the Study of Government and Business. Sauder School of Business. University of British Columbia. Working Paper 2006-01. Read paper


Papers in Progress

Akhimienmhonan, D., K. Baylis and J. Vercammen, "An Economic Analysis of Gene Marker Assisted Seedstock Selection in Beef Cattle" (paper being writtem from Akhimienmhonan's MSc thesis).

Campbell, Z., M. Fulton and J. Vercammen, "Producer Associations, Check-off Schemes and Innovation"

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