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Table of Contents
The Economics of Biotechnology in Developing Countries
Agrobiotechnology in the Developing World? . Editor's Introduction
Escaping The Malthusian Trap .G. Conko & F.L. Smith, Jr. Ten Reasons
Why Biotechnology Will Not Help . M.A. Altieri & P.Rosset
Ten Reasons Why Altieri and Rosset are Wrong . M. McGloughlin
Making A Difference In Africa? .B. Woodward, J. Brink & D. Berger
Measuring Agrobiotechnology Research .C.A. Falconi
Agro-Biotechnology In Developing Countries.S. Sahai
Transferring GM Crops to LDCs.G. Traxler
IPR and Biotechnology in LDCs . . . . . ..W.A. Kerr, J.E. Hobbs & R.
Yampoin Regulation of Biotechnology in LDCs . . .G. Tzotzos
Agrobiotechnology, Trade, and LDCs. P. Pinstrup-Andersen
Biotechnology in the Global Economy . . .C. Juma
Feeding a World of Six Billion. . . . . . . . C.S. Prakash
Genetic Improvements in U.S. Crops . . G. Frisvold, J. Sullivan & A.
Raneses The Protection of IPRs: Issues And Options . .