Making the Market “Safe” for Gm Foods: the Case of the Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee

@article{Prudham2006MakingTM,
  title={Making the Market “Safe” for Gm Foods: the Case of the Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee},
  author={S. Prudham and A. Morris},
  journal={Studies in Political Economy},
  year={2006},
  volume={78},
  pages={145 - 175}
}
  • S. Prudham, A. Morris
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • Studies in Political Economy
  • Scott Prudham and Angela Morris analyze the complex politics surrounding the regulation of agricultural biotechnology. Governments are subject to conflicting pressures in this area: on the one hand, to support the biotechnology industry, seen as an innovative and potentially transformative sector, and on the other, to respond to consumer concerns about the ethical, social, and safety implications of the new biotech products. Prudham and Morris examine government's attempt to mediate this… CONTINUE READING
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