Expert and Lay Public Risk Preferences Regarding Plants with Novel Traits

@inproceedings{Lubieniechi2016ExpertAL,
  title={Expert and Lay Public Risk Preferences Regarding Plants with Novel Traits},
  author={Simona Antoaneta Lubieniechi and Hayley Hesseln and Peter W B Phillips and Stuart J Smyth},
  year={2016}
}
The regulation, commercialization, and adoption of a new technology involve interplay of various stakeholders, including: scientists, researchers, and developers; businesspeople in management, finance, and marketing; government agents in policy and administration; and the general public. Outcomes of these processes are therefore a function of the risk preferences of various stakeholders. Our objective is to investigate the risk preferences regarding plants with novel traits among the lay public… CONTINUE READING

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