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2004 Publications


Akobundu, Ebere, Jeffrey Alwang, Albert Essel, George W. Norton and Abeyehu
Tegene. “Does Extension Work? Impacts of a Program to Assist Limited
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Resource
Farmers in Virginia.”
Review of Agricultural Economics
, 26 (2004): 361
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372.


An
thony, R. and P.B. Thompson. “Biosafety, Ethics and Regulation of Transgenic
Animals,” in The GMO Handbook:
Genetically Modified Animals, Microbes and Plants
in Biotechnology
. S.R. Barekh, Ed. Totoway, NJ: Humana Press (2004): 183
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206.


Ball, V. Eldon
, C.A.K. Lovell, H. Luu and R. Nehring. “Incorporating Environmental
Impacts in the Measurement of Agricultural Productivity Growth.” “
Journal of
Agricultural and Resource Economics

29 (2004): 436
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460.


Ball, V. Eldon, Charles Hallahan and Richard Nehr
ing. “Convergence of Productivity:
An Analysis of the Catch
-
up Hypothesis within a Panel of States.”
American Journal of
Agricultural Economics

86 (2004): 1315
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1321.


Ball, V. Eldon, Jean
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Pierre Butault and Carlos San Juan Mesonada. “Measuring Real
Capi
tal Input in OECD Agriculture.”
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics

52
(2004): 351
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370.


Barham, Bradford, J. Foltz, D. Jackson
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Smith and S. Moon. “A Comparative Analysis of
Recombinant bovine Somatotropin Adoption Across Major U.S. Dairy Regions.

Review
of Agricultural Economics.

Vol. 26 (Number 1, 2004): 32
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44.


Barham, Bradford, J. Foltz, D. Jackson
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Smith and S. Moon. “The Dynamics of
Agricultural Biotechnology Adoption: Lessons from rBST use in Wisconsin, 1994
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2001.”
American Journal of Ag
ricultural Economics
. Vol. 86 (January 2004): 61
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72.


Boettiger, Sara, Eric VanDusen, Gregory D. Graff, Philip G. Pardey and Brian D. Wright.
“Intellectual Property Rights for Plant Biotechnology: International Aspects.”
Handbook
of Plant Biotechnology
, Eds. Paul Christou and Harry Klee. John Wiley & Sons Ltd,
2004.


Buttel, Frederick H. “Social Dimensions of Sustainable Agriculture.” In
Encyclopedia
of Plant and Crop Science

(2004).


Buttel, Frederick H. and Donald R. Field. “Environmental and Na
tural Resource
Sociologies: Understanding and Synthesizing Fundamental Research Traditions.” In M.
Manfredo et al (Eds),
Society and Resource Management

(International Association for
Society and Resource Management, 2004).


Buttel, Frederick H. “Susta
ining the Unsustainable: Agrofood Systems and Environment
in the Modern World,” in Paul Cloke, Terry Marsden and Patrick H. Mooney, Eds.
Handbook of Rural Studies
, London: Sage, 2004.


Buttel, Frederick H. “Environmental Sociology’s Theoretical and Emp
irical Paradoxes,”
in D. Smith et al (Eds).
Nature, Raw Materials and Political Economy

(London:
JAI/Elsevier, 2004).


Buttel, Frederick H. “The Treadmill of Production: An Appreciation, Assessment and an
Agenda for Research.”
Organization & Environme
nt

17 (2004).


Buttel, Frederick H. “Introduction.” In Nico Stehr (ed),
Biotechnology: Between
Commerce and Civil Society

(Transaction Books, 2004).


Buttel, Frederick H. “The Political Economy of Environmental Flows: Globalization,
Unipolarity and
the Need to Reinvent the National State, Some More than Others,” in A.
Mol, G. Spaargaren and F.H. Buttel, Eds.
Governing Environmental Flows

(Cambridge,
MA: MIT Press, 2004).


Carrizosa, Santiago, Steve Brush, Brian Wright and Patrick McGuire. “Access
ing
Biodiversity and Sharing the Benefits: Lessons from Implementing the Convention on
Biodiversity.” Bonn, Germany: International Union for the Conservation of Nature,
2004.


Chen, C.C., B.A. McCarl and D.E. Schimmelpfennig. “Yield Variability as Infl
uenced
by Climate: A Statistical Investigation.”
Climatic Change

66 (2004), 239
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261.


Dhar, Tirtha and Jeremy D. Foltz. “Milk by Any Other Name…Consumer Benefits from
Labeled Milk.”
American Journal of Agricultural Economics
. Vol. 87 (1) (February
20
05): 214
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228.


Elbakidze, L. and B.A. McCarl. “Should We Consider the Co
-
Benefits of Agricultural
GHG Offsets.”
Choices
, Volume 19 (2004), Fall, 25
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26.


Foltz, J.D. and G. Lang. “The Adoption and Impact of Management Intensive Rotational
Grazing (MI
RG) on Connecticut Dairy Farms.”
American Journal of Alternative
Agriculture
, 2004.



Foltz, Jeremy D. “Entry, Exit and Farm Size: Assessing an Experiment in Dairy Price
Policy.”
American Journal of Agricultural Economics
. Vol. 86 (3) (August 2004): 5
94
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604.


Fulginiti, Lilyan, Richard K. Perrin and Bingxin Yu. “Institutions and Agricultural
Productivity in Sub
-
Saharan Agriculture.”
Agricultural Economics

31 (2004): 169
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180.


Gillig, D., B.A. McCarl and F.O. Boadu. “Economic Efficiency and Cost
Implications of
Habitat Conservation: An Example in the Context of the Edwards Aquifer Region.”
Water Resources Research
, 40 (2004).


Gillig, D., B.A. McCarl and R.D. Sands. “Integrating Agricultural and Forestry GHG
Mitigation Response into General Ec
onomy Frameworks: Developing a Family of
Response Functions.”
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change
, Vol. 9,
Issue 3 (July 2004): 241
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259.


Hossain, Ferdaus, Carl E. Pray, Yanmei Lu, Jikun Huang, Cunhui Fan and Ruifa Hu.
“GM Cotton and

Farmer’s Health in China: An Econometric Analysis of the Relationship
between Pesticide Poisoning and GM Cotton Use in China.”
International Journal of
Occupational and Environmental Health.

Vol. 10 (2004), pp 307
-
314.


Huffman, W.E. “Discussion: Off
-
Farm Employment, Government Policy and the
Structure of Agriculture


An International Perspective.”
American Journal of
Agricultural Economics

86 (May 2004): 125
-
135.


Huffman, W.E. “Production, Identity Preservation and Labeling in a Market Place with

Genetically Modified (GM) and Non
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GM Foods.”
Plant Physiology

134 (January 2004):
3
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10.


Huffman, W.E., M.C. Rousu, J.F. Shogren and A. Tegene. “Consumers’ Resistance to
Genetically Modified Foods: The Role of Information in an Uncertain Environment.”

Journal of Agricultural and Food Industrial Organization 2 (2004): Article 8:1
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13.
Available online at http://www.bepress.com/jafio/vol1/iss2/art8.


Huffman, W.E., M.C. Rousu, J.F. Shogren and A. Tegene. “Who Do Consumers Trust
for Information? The Ca
se of Genetically Modified Foods.”
American Journal of
Agricultural Economics

86 (Nov. 2004): 1222
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1229.


Klotz
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Ingram, C., D. Schimmelpfennig, A. Naseem, J. King, C. Pray. “How Firm
Characteristics Influence Innovative Activity in Agricultural Biotech
nology” in R.E.
Evenson and V. Santaniello, eds.
The Governance of Agricultural Biotechnology
, CABI
Publishing, 2004.


Lapan, H.E. and G. Moschini. “Innovation and Trade with Endogenous Market Failure:
The Case of Genetically Modified Products.”
Ameri
can Journal of Agricultural
Economics

86 (2004): 634
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648.


Mol, Arthur P.J., Gert Spaargaren and Frederick H. Buttel. “Epilogue: From Ecological
Modernization to the Sociology of Environmental Flows,” in A. Mol, G. Spaargaren and
F.H. Buttel (eds).
Gov
erning Environmental Flows

(Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2004).


Moschini, G. “Intellectual Property Rights and the World Trade Organization:
Retrospect and Prospects,” in Anania, G., Bohman, M., Carter C. and McCalla A., Eds.
Agricultural Policy Reform a
nd the WTO: Where Are We Heading?

Edward Elgar
Publishing, 2004.


Murray, B.C., B.A. McCarl and H
-
C. Lee. “Estimating Leakage from Forest Carbon
Sequestration Programs.”
Land Economics

80 (1), 109
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124, 2004.


Norton, George and Jeffrey Alwang. “Mea
suring the Benefits of Policy
-
Oriented Social
Science Research: Evidence from Two Developing Countries.” Chapter 10 in P.G.
Pardey and V.H. Smith, Eds.
What’s Economics Worth? Valuing Policy Research
. John
Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland (2
004), 225
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251.


Oehmke, James F. “Political Economics of Agri
-
biotechnology.” European Molecular
Biology Organization,
EMBO Reports
, Vol. 5, No. 6 (2004): 560.


Oehmke, James F. and Christopher A. Wolf. “Measuring Concentration in the
Biotechnology R&
D Industry: Adjusting for Interfirm Transfer of Genetic Materials.”
AgBioForum
, Vol. 6, No. 3 (May 2004): 134
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140. Available on
-
line at:
<http://www.agbioforum.org/>http://www.agbioforum.org.


Oehmke, James F. and Christopher A. Wolf. “Why is Monsanto
Leaving Money on the
Table? Monopoly Pricing and Technology Valuation Distributions with Heterogeneous
Adopters.”
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics
, 36, 3 (December 2004):
705
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718.


Oehmke, James F. and David E. Schimmelpfennig. “Quantifyi
ng Structural Change in
U.S. Agriculture: The Case of Research and Productivity.”
Journal of Productivity
Analysis
, 21 (2004): 297
-
315.


Perrin, Richard and Lilyan Fulginiti. “Dynamic Pricing of GM Crop Traits.” Ch 17 in
The Regulation of Agricultural

Biotechnology
, R.E. Evenson and V. Santaniello, Eds.,
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK, 2004.


Rezek, Jon and Richard K. Perrin. “Environmentally Adjusted Agricultural Productivity
in the Great Plains.”
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics

2
9 (August 2004):
167
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184.


Rousu, M.C., W.E. Huffman, J.F. Shogren and A. Tegene. “Are U.S. Consumers
Tolerant of GM Foods?”
Review of Agricultural Economics

26 (Spring/Summer 2004):
19
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31.


Rousu, M.C., W.E. Huffman, J.F. Shogren and A. Tegene. “Es
timating the Public Value
of Conflicting Information: The Case of Genetically Modified Foods.”
Land Economics

80 (February 2004): 125
-
135.


Schimmelpfennig, David and Carl E. Pray. “The Impact of Seed Industry Concentration
on Innovation: A Study of U.
S. Biotech Market Leaders.”
Agricultural Economics
. Vol.
30 (2004), pp 157
-
167.



Thompson, P.B. “Getting Pragmatic about Farm Animal Welfare,” in
Animal
Pragmatism: Rethinking Human
-
Nonhuman Relationships
. E. McKenna and A. Light,
Eds., Bloomington, I
N: Indiana University Press (2004), 140
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159.


Thompson, P.B. “The Ethics of Molecular Silviculture,” in
The Bioengineered Forest:
Challenges for Science and Society
. S.H. Strauss and H.D. Bradshaw, Eds. Washington
DC: Resources for the Future (2004),
101
-
111.


Thompson, P.B. “The Legacy of Positivism and the Role of Ethics in the Agricultural
Sciences,” in
Perspectives in World Food and Agriculture 2004
. C.G. Scanes and J.A.
Miranowski, Eds. Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press (2004), 335
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351.


Thompson, P.B. “Sustainable Agriculture: Philosophical Framework,” in
Encyclopedia
of Plant and Crop Science
. R.M. Goodman, Ed. New York: Marcel Dekker (2004),
1198
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2000. Online at www.dekker.com.


Thompson, P.B. “Animal Rights, Animal Welfare and

Animal Well
-
Being: How to
Communicate with the Outside World,” in
Local and Global Considerations in Animal
Agriculture: The Big Picture
, R. Reynnells, Ed. Washington, DC: USDA/CSREES/PAS
(2004), 22
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31.


Thompson, P.B. and Toby Ten Eyck. “Perception
and Ethics as Considerations Relating
to Genetic Engineering of Food and Biomass Crops”
Applications of Biotechnology to
Mitigation of Greenhouse Warming: Proceedings of the St. Michaels II Workshop
, April
2003. N.J. Rosenberg, F.B. Metting and R.C. Izau
rralde, Eds. Columbus, OH: Battelle
Press, (2004), 159
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178.


Tothova, Monika and James F. Oehmke. “Genetically
-
Modified Food Standards as
Trade Barriers: Harmonization, Compromise and Sub
-
Global Agreements.”
Journal of
Agricultural and Food Industrial

Organization
, Vol. 2, No. 2 (2004). Available on
-
line
at:
http://www.bepress.com/jafio/vol2/iss2/art5
>http://www.bepress.com/jafio/vol2/


Xia, Y. and S.T. Buccola. “University Life Science Programs and Agricultural
Biotechnology.”
American Journal of

Agricultural Economics

87 (February 2005): 229
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43.


Unnevehr, L.J. “Mad Cows and Bt Potatoes: Global Public Goods in the Food System.”
American Journal of Agricultural Economics
, (Dec 2004): 1159
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1166.


Yee, J., M. Ahearn and W.E. Huffman. “Links A
mong Farm Productivity, Off
-
Farm
Work and Farm Size in the Southeast.”
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics

29 (2004): 481
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502.


Zilberman, David, Holly Ameden, Gregory Graff and Matin Qaim. “Agricultural
Biotechnology: Productivity, Biodiver
sity and Intellectual Property Rights.”
Journal of
Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization
, Vol. 2, No. 2 (2004): Article 3.

Adamchuk, V.I., C. Wang, D.B. Marx, R.K. Perrin and A. Dobermann. “Assessment of
Soil Mapping Value


Potential Profitabilit
y (Part II),” in Proceedings of the 7
th

International Conference on Precision Agriculture and Other Resource Management, July
25
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28, 2004, Bloomington, MN. CD
-
ROM. ASA, CSSA, SSSA, Madison, WI,
November 2004.


Alston, J.M. “Horticultural Biotechnology

Faces Significant Economic and Market
Barriers.”
California Agriculture

58 (2) (April 2004): 80
-
88.


Alston, J.M. and D. Zilberman. “Science and Technology.” Chapter 11 in J. Siebert, eds.
California Agriculture: Issues and Challenges
, 2004.


Baez
, Carolina. “Potential Economic Benefits from Plantain Integrated Pest Management
Adoption: the Case of Coastal Rural Households in Ecuador,” M.S. Thesis, Virginia
Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, 2004.


Barham, B., J. Foltz and U. Aldana. “Expansion, Moder
nization and Specialization in the
Wisconsin Dairy Industry.” Chapter in
Status of Wisconsin Agriculture
. (January 2005):
42
-
48.


Bradford, K.J. and J.M. Alston. “Diversity of Horticultural Biotech Crops Contributes to
Market Hurdles.”
California Agr
iculture

58 (2) (April 2004): 84.


Bradford, K.J. and J.M. Alston. “Horticultural Biotechnology: Challenges for
Commercial Development.”
Chronica Horticulturae

44 (4) (December 2004): 4
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8.


Bradford, K.J., J.M. Alston, D.A. Sumner and P. Lemaux, Eds.

“Challenges and
Opportunities for Horticultural Biotechnology.”
California Agriculture

58 (2) (April
2004): 68
-
71.


Buccola, S.T. and Y. Xia. “The Strength and Structure of Intellectual Bio
-
Property
Market.” Manuscript prepared for proceedings of th
e symposium, Seeds of Change:
Intellectual Property Protection for Agricultural Biotechnology, University of Illinois,
Urbana Champaign, April 2004.


Butt, T.A. and B.A. McCarl. “On
-
Farm Carbon Sequestration: Can Farmers Employ It to
Make Some Money?”
Choices
, Volume 19 (3): 27
-
32, 2004.


Buttel, Frederick H. “Questioning ‘Loose Talk’ about ‘Agricultural Biotechnology’ and
Rethinking the Role of Molecular Biology in Public Research.” Program on Agricultural
Technology Studies (PATS) Staff Paper Seri
es, Paper No. 8, University of Wisconsin,
Madison, WI (August 2003): 10 pages.


Buttel, Frederick H. “Understanding the Public Reception of GM Crops in the United
States,” in Proceedings of the 2004 Wisconsin Fertilizer, Aglime and Pest Management
Confere
nce (Madison, WI: Cooperative Extension and College of Agricultural and Life
Sciences, University of Wisconsin, 2004): 154
-
160.


Chen, Zhuo. “Panel Econometric Evidence of Chinese Agricultural Household Behavior
in the Late 1990s: Production Efficiency, S
ize Effects and Human Mobility.” Ph.D.
dissertation, Iowa State University, 2004.


Foltz, J., C. Roth and C. Lachenmayr. “The Economic Importance of Value
-
Added
Agriculture in Wisconsin.” Chapter in
Status of Wisconsin Agriculture
. (January 2005):
49
-
52.


Frisvold, G. “Diffusion of Bt Cotton and Insecticide Use: A Beltwide Analysis.”
Proceedings of the Beltwide Cotton Conferences Cotton Economics and Marketing
Conference, Memphis TN: National Cotton Council, 2005.


Frisvold, G. and R. Pochat. “I
mpacts of Bt Cotton Adoption: What State
-
Level Data Can
and Can’t Tell Us.” Proceedings of the Beltwide Cotton Conferences Cotton Economics
and Marketing Conference, Memphis, TN: National Cotton Council, 2004.


Graff, G. and G. Moschini. “Pharmaceutica
ls and Industrial Products in Crops:
Economic Prospects and Impacts on Agriculture.”
Iowa Ag Review
, CARD, Vol. 19, No.
4, Fall 2004.


Graff, Gregory and David Zilberman. “Explaining Europe’s Resistance to Agricultural
Biotechnology.”
Agricultural and

Resource Economics Update
, Vol. 7, No. 5 (May/June
2004): 1
-
4.


Graff, Gregory, Brian Wright, Allen Bennett and David Zilberman. “Access to
Intellectual Property is a Major Obstacle to Developing Transgenic Horticultural Crops.”
California Agriculture

58 (2004) 2: 120
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126.


Kaiser, H., J.M. Alston, J. Crespi and R.J. Sexton (eds).
The Economics of Commodity
Promotion Programs: Lessons from California
. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing,
2005.


King, John and David Schimmelpfennig. “Where Have A
ll the Biotechnology Patents
Gone?”
Amber Waves

(an Economic Research Service [USDA] magazine), June 2005.


Kostandini, Genti. “Potential Impacts of Pharmaceutical Uses of Transgenic Tobacco:
The Case of Human Serum Albumin and Gaucher’s Disease Treatmen
t,” M.S. Thesis,
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, 2004.


Lee, H
-
C., B.A. McCarl, D. Gillig and B.C. Murray. “U.S. Agriculture and Forestry
-
Based Greenhouse Bas Emission Mitigation: An Economic Exploration of Time
Dependent Effects,” in
Rural Lands,
Agriculture and Climate Beyond 2015: Usage and
Management Responses
, F. Brouwer and B.A. McCarl, Eds, Kluwer Press, 2005.


McCarl, B.A. “Permanence, Leakage, Uncertainty and Additionality in GHG Projects,”
in
Terrestrial GHG Quantification and Accounti
ng
, Editor G.A. Smith, a book developed
by Environmental Defense, 2005.


McCarl, B.A., M
-
K. Kim, H
-
C. Lee, B.C. Murray, R.D. Sands and U.A. Schneider.
“Insights from Agricultural and Forestry GHG Offset Studies that Might Influence IAM
Modeling,” in
Int
egrated Assessment of Human
-
Induced Climate Change
, edited by
Michael Schlesinger, Haroon Kheshgi, Joel Smith, Francisco de la Chesnaye, John
Reilly, Tom Wilson and Charlie Kolstad, 2005.


Merrill, Jeanne, J. Goldberger and J. Foltz. “The Adoption of Ge
netically Engineered
Crop Varieties in Wisconsin.”
PATS Research Report
. (February 2004): 15 pages.


Moyo, Sibusiso. “The Economic Impact of Peanut Research on the Poor: The Case of
Resistance Strategies to Control Peanut Viruses in Uganda,” M.S. Thes
is, Virginia Tech,
Blacksburg, Virginia, 2004.


Pardey, P.G., J.M. Alston, C. Chan
-
Kang, E.C. Magalhaes and S.A. Vosti. “Assessing
and Attributing the Benefits of Varietal Improvement Research in Brazil.
IFPRI
Research Report
, No. 136, Washington DC: I
nternational Food Policy Research Institute,
November 2004.


Schimmelpfennig, David. “Agricultural Patents: Are They Developing Bad Habits?”
Choices
, May 2004.