Assessing the Economic and Environmental Impacts of Herbicide Tolerant Crop Production

Principal Investigator: Stuart Smyth

Graduate Students: Scott Biden and Diego Macall

Duration: September 1, 2014 to August 31, 2017

Total Grant: $310,000

Research Output

Smyth, S. J., W. A. Kerr and P. W. B. Phillips. 2015. Global economic, environmental and health benefits from GM crop adoption. Global Food Security 7: 24-29.

Smyth, S. J. and P. W. B. Phillips. 2015. Incomplete Coexistence Systems and International Food Trade Impacts. Transgenic Research 24: 6: 1003-1016.

Smyth, S. J., W. A. Kerr and P. W. B. Phillips. 2015. The Unintended Consequences of Technological Change: Winners and Losers from GM Technologies and the Policy Response in the Organic Food Market. Sustainability 7: 6: 7667-7683.

Smyth, S. J., P. W. B. Phillips and W. A. Kerr. 2015. Food Security and the Evaluation of Risk. Global Food Security 4: 1: 16-23.

Kerr, W. A., S. J. Smyth, P. W. B. Phillips and M. Phillipson. 2014. Conflicting Rules for the International Trade of GM Products: Does International Law Provide a Solution? AgBioForum 17: 2: 105-122.

Smyth, S. J. 2014. The State of Genetically Modified Crop Regulation in Canada. GM Crops and Food: Biotechnology in Agriculture and the Food Chain 5: 3: 195-203.

Smyth, S. J. and P. W. B. Phillips. 2014. Risk, Regulation and Biotechnology: The Case of GM Crops. GM Crops and Food: Biotechnology in Agriculture and the Food Chain 5: 3: 170-177.