Book Chapter

Emergence and Global Spread of GM Crops: Explaining the Role of Institutional Change

| December 2006

"Biotechnology enthusiasts emphasize the power of the new science to address a seemimgly endless array of constraints facing resource poor farmers. But the process of technological innovation depends as much on institutions as on the science...."

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For Academic Citation: Fukuda-Parr, Sakiko. “Emergence and Global Spread of GM Crops: Explaining the Role of Institutional Change.” In The Gene Revolution: GM Crops and Unequal Development. December 2006.
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