Mitigating the Risks to Commercializing Biofuels Innovations Posed by Barriers to International Market Access

Principal Investigators: William Kerr
Graduate Students: Alphanso Williams
Duration: 2009-2011

Research Output:

  • Williams, Alphanso (2011) Trade implications of the revised US and EU biofuel mandatesMSc Thesis, Department of Bioresource Policy, Business & Economics, University of Saskatchewan.
  • Williams, A. and W.A. Kerr, (2011) Wishful Thinking in Energy Policy: Biofuels in the US and EU, Energy Politics, 25, 34-46.
  • Williams, Alphanso (2011) Trade implications of the revised US and EU biofuel mandates. Seminar presented at Department of Bioresource Policy, Business & Economics, University of Saskatchewan.
  • Williams, A. (2011) Implications of the Revised US and EU Biofuel Mandates, presented at the FOBI Conference, Saskatoon, Spring, 2011.
  • William, A. and W.A. Kerr, (2011) Trade Implications of the Revised US and EU Biofuel Mandates, Presented at the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society conference in Banff, Alberta, June, 2011. 

Total Grant: $15,672