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Regulating next generation agri

regulating next generation agri food biotechnologies howlett michael laycock david

By updating earlier empirical and theoretical social science perspectives on agricultural biotechnological regulation, this volume helps to inform future policy formulation. And, if so, at which stage are we currently positioned in the regulation of agri-food genomics products and technologies? It will be of interest to practitioners and students of biotechnology, agriculture, science and technology policy, and regulatory processes more generally. Can lessons learned from past and current regulatory oversights of agricultural biotechnology - and other high-technology sectors - help us address new and emerging regulatory challenges in the agri-food genetics sector?. Series Title: Responsibility: edited by Michael Howlett and David Laycock. It will be of interest to practitioners and students of biotechnology, agriculture, and science and technology policy, and regulatory processes more generally. He has authored or edited over 20 volumes, including most recently Canadian Public Policy 2012 and the Routledge Handbook of Public Policy 2012.

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Regulating Next Generation Agri

regulating next generation agri food biotechnologies howlett michael laycock david

By updating, extending and challenging earlier empirical and theoretical social science perspectives on agricultural bio-technological regulation, this volume helps to inform future policy formulation. The expert contributors in this volume discuss the experiences of a wide range of North American, European and Asian countries with high technology regulation to address four key questions related to the past and future development of agri-food genomics regulation across the globe. By updating earlier empirical and theoretical social science perspectives on agricultural biotechnological regulation, this volume helps to inform future policy formulation. It will be of interest to practitioners and students of biotechnology, agriculture, and science and technology policy, and regulatory processes more generally. The expert contributors in this volume discuss the experiences of a wide range of North American, European and Asian countries with high technology regulation to address four key questions related to the past and future development of agri-food genomics regulation across the globe. By updating, extending and challenging earlier empirical and theoretical social science perspectives on agricultural bio-technological regulation, this volume helps to inform future policy formulation.

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Regulating Next Generation Agri

regulating next generation agri food biotechnologies howlett michael laycock david

And, if so, at which stage are we currently positioned in the regulation of agri-food genomics products and technologies? The coverage is unbiased and argues from contemporary public policy perspectives. David Laycock is Professor in the Department of Political Science at Simon Fraser University, and focuses his research on political ideologies, democratic theory, Canadian party politics, public policy, and the politics of biotechnology. Abstract: The expert contributors in this volume discuss the experiences of a wide range of North American, European, and Asian countries with high technology regulation. In assessing such drivers, what are the key links between sectoral meso developments and more general macro and micro developments such as international relations and administrative behaviour? It will be of interest to practitioners and students of biotechnology, agriculture, science and technology policy, and regulatory processes more generally. Michael Howlett is Burnaby Mountain Chair in the Department of Political Science at Simon Fraser University, and specializes in public policy analysis and resource and environmental policy. In assessing such drivers, what are the key links between sectoral meso developments and more general macro and micro developments such as international relations and administrative behaviour? The coverage is unbiased and argues from contemporary public policy perspectives.

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Regulating next generation agri

regulating next generation agri food biotechnologies howlett michael laycock david

Can lessons learned from past and current regulatory oversights of agricultural biotechnology — and other high-technology sectors — help us address new and emerging regulatory challenges in the agri-food genetics sector? His published work includes Policy Analysis in Canada 2007 , Representation and Democratic Theory 2004. The E-mail message field is required. . . . .

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