The Regulation of GMOs in Europe and the United States

A Case-Study of Contemporary European Regulatory Politics

April 05, 2001

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This paper was prepared for a workshop on trans-Atlantic differences in GMO regulation sponsored by the Council of Foreign Relations. It draws in part on an unpublished paper, "Apples and Oranges: Comparing the Regulation of Genetically Modified Food in Europe and the United States," co-authored with Diahanna Lynch.

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