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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Adoption and Impact of the First GM Crop Introduced in EU Agriculture: Bt Maize in SpainGOMEZ BARBERO MANUEL; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Adoption And Socioeconomic Impact Of GM Cotton WorlwideGOMEZ BARBERO MANUEL; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOContributions to Conferences
2006The Biotechnology for Europe StudyBOCK ANNE-KATRIN; ZIKA Eleni; WOLF OLIVER; PAPATRYFON ILIAS; GOMEZ BARBERO MANUELArticles in Journals
2008Bt Corn in Spain - The Performance of the EU's First GM CropGOMEZ BARBERO MANUEL; BERBEL VECINO Julio; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOArticles in Journals
2007Consequences, Opportunities and Challenges of Modern Biotechnology for EuropeBOCK ANNE-KATRIN; PAPATRYFON ILIAS; ZIKA Eleni; WOLF OLIVER; GOMEZ BARBERO MANUEL; STEIN Alexander JivrajJRC Reference Reports
2007Economic Consequences of Coexistence Between GM and Non-GM CropsGOMEZ BARBERO MANUEL; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOContributions to Conferences
2007Economic Impact of GM Maize Cultivation: Room for Coexistence CostsGOMEZ BARBERO MANUEL; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOContributions to Conferences
2008GM crops in EU agriculture: Case study for the BIO4EU projectGOMEZ BARBERO MANUEL; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOArticles in books
2008On the Effects of Technological Innovation as a Response to Cotton Policy Change: the Case of Bt Cotton in SpainCEDDIA Michele; GOMEZ BARBERO Manuel; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOContributions to Conferences
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