The International Politics of Genetically Modified Food: Diplomacy, Trade and Law (Hardcover)
Genetically modified food is at the heart of a new global conflict over how to govern risky technologies in an era of globalization. This timely collection brings together experts from the fields of IR, environmental studies, trade and law to examine the sources of international friction and to explore the prospects for international co-operation.
About the Author
PHILIPP AERNI Research Fellow at the World Trade Institute, Centre for Comparative and International Studies, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland BAS ARTS Professor, Forest and Nature Conversation Policy Group, Wageningen University, The Netherlands THOMAS BERNAUER Professor of Political Science, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland JENNIFER CLAPP CIGI Chair in International Governance and Associate Professor, Faculty of Environmental Studies, University of Waterloo, Canada KATHRYN HOCHSTETLER Professor of Political Science, University of New Mexico, USA GRANT E. ISAAC Dean of the College of Commerce, University of Saskatchewan, Canada WILLIAM A. KERR Van Vliet Professor of International Trade, University of Saskatchewan and Senior Associate of the Estey Centre for Law and Economics in International Trade, Canada KELLY L. KOLLMAN Lecturer, Politics Department, University of Glasgow, UK LES LEVIDOW Senior Research Fellow, Open University, UK SANDRA MACK Stakeholder Communications Co-ordinator, State Government Victoria, Australia RUTH MACKENZIE Principal Research Fellow and Assistant Director, Centre for the International Courts and Tribunals, Faculty of Laws, University College, London, UK PETER NEWELL Senior Research Fellow, Centre for the Study of Globalization and Regionalization, University of Warwick, UK ASEEM PRAKASH Associate Professor in Political Science, University of Washington-Seattle, USA