Patricia Zambrano
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Measuring the economic impacts of transgenic crops in developing agriculture during the first decade: Approaches, findings, and future directions
M Smale, P Zambrano, G Gručre, J Falck-Zepeda, I Matuschke, D Horna, ...
Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 2009
Bales and balance: A review of the methods used to assess the economic impact of Bt cotton on farmers in developing economies
M Cartel, M Smale, P Zambrano
AgBioForum, 2006
South-North trade, intellectual property jurisdictions, and freedom to operate in agricultural research on staple crops
E Binenbaum, C Nottenburg, PG Pardey, BD Wright, P Zambrano
Economic Development and cultural change 51 (2), 309-335, 2003
To Reach the Poor: Results from the ISNAR-IFPRI Next Harvest Study on Genetically Modified Crops, Public Research and Policy Implications
A Atanassov, A Bahieldin, J Brink, M Burachik, JI Cohen, V Dhawan, ...
Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 2004
Genetically modified maize: less drudgery for her, more maize for him? Evidence from smallholder maize farmers in South Africa
M Gouse, D Sengupta, P Zambrano, JF Zepeda
World Development 83, 27-38, 2016
Socio‐economic considerations in biosafety and biotechnology decision making: The Cartagena protocol and national biosafety frameworks
JB Falck‐Zepeda, P Zambrano
Review of Policy Research 28 (2), 171-195, 2011
Wheat breeding, productivity and slow variety change: evidence from the Punjab of India after the Green Revolution
M Smale, J Singh, S Di Falco, P Zambrano
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 52 (4), 419-432, 2008
Parables: Applied economics literature about the impact of genetically engineered crop varieties in developing economies
M Smale, P Zambrano, J Falck-Zepeda, G Gručre
Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 2006
Putting GM technologies to work: public research pipelines in selected African countries
I Sithole-Niang, J Cohen, P Zambrano
African Journal of Biotechnology 3 (11), 564-571, 2004
South-North trade, intellectual property jurisdictions, and freedom to operate in agricultural research on staple crops
E Binenbaum, C Nottenburg, PG Pardey, BD Wright, P Zambrano
GM agricultural technologies for Africa: a state of affairs
JA Chambers, P Zambrano, JB Falck-Zepeda, GP Gručre, D Sengupta, ...
Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 2014
Valuation and sustainable management of crop and livestock biodiversity: a review of applied economics literature
AG Drucker, M Smale, P Zambrano
Will agbiotech applications reach marginalized farmers? Evidence from developing countries
P Zambrano, DJ Spielman, JI Cohen
AgBioForum, 2006
Technological opportunity, regulatory uncertainty, and Bt cotton in Pakistan
DJ Spielman, H Nazli, X Ma, P Zambrano, F Zaidi
University of Missouri, 2015
Intellectual property and developing countries: freedom to operate in agricultural biotechnology
PG Pardey, BD Wright, C Nottenburg, E Binenbaum, P Zambrano
Estimates and implications of the costs of compliance with biosafety regulations in developing countries
J Falck-Zepeda, J Yorobe Jr, BA Husin, A Manalo, E Lokollo, G Ramon, ...
GM crops & food 3 (1), 52-59, 2012
The socio-economic impact of transgenic cotton in Colombia
P Zambrano, LA Fonseca, I Cardona, E Magalhaes
Biotechnology and Agricultural Development, 192-223, 2009
GM soybeans in Bolivia
W Fernandez, R Paz, P Zambrano, JF Zepeda
13th ICABR conference, 2009
What are farmers really planting? Measuring the presence and effectiveness of Bt cotton in Pakistan
DJ Spielman, F Zaidi, P Zambrano, AA Khan, S Ali, HMN Cheema, ...
PloS one 12 (5), e0176592, 2017
Policy, investment, and partnerships for agricultural biotechnology research in Africa: emerging evidence.
DJ Spielman, P Zambrano
Genetically modified crops in Africa: economic and policy lessons from …, 2013
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