Conference Agenda

23rd ICABR Conference

Location: Niemeyer Room
Date: Wednesday, 05/Jun/2019
3:40pm
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5:00pm
Biotech Commercialization
Location: Niemeyer Room
Chair: Dr. Henry An, University of Alberta
 

Strategic Behavior In Stated Preferences And The Demand For Gene-edited Canola Oil

Henry An1, Vic Adamowicz1, Patrick Lloyd-Smith2

1: University of Alberta; 2: University of Saskatchewan



The Cost Of Seed Type Misidentification (Or The Value Of Knowing What You Plant)

Federico José Trindade1, Ayala Wineman1, Leigh Anderson1, Timothy Njagi2

1: Evans School of Public Policy & Governance - University of Washington; 2: Tegemeo Institute for Agricultural Policy and Development



Global Trade Impacts of GMO Commercialization

Kjersti Nes1, Kurt Aleks Schaefer2, Daniel Scheitrum3

1: University of California, Davis; 2: Royal Veterinary College, University of London; 3: University of Arizona



Impact of GMO Approvals on Global Food Supply

Daniel Paul Scheitrum1, K. Aleks Schaefer2, Kjersti Nes3

1: University of Arizona; 2: University of London; 3: University of California, Davis


Date: Thursday, 06/Jun/2019
11:20am
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12:40pm
Finance
Location: Niemeyer Room
Chair: Dr. Leigh Anderson, University of Washington
 

Definitions of "Rural" and "Urban" and Understandings of Transformation in Sub-Saharan Africa

Ayala Wineman, Didier Yélognissè Alia, C. Leigh Anderson

University of Washington



Measurement Considerations for Prioritizing Input Use among Smallholder Farmers in Ethiopia and Tanzania

Travis W Reynolds1, C. Leigh Anderson2

1: University of Vermont; 2: University of Washington



Venture Capital and the Transformation of Private R&D for Agriculture

Felipe de Figueiredo SIlva1, Gregory Graff2, David Zilberman1

1: University of California Berkeley; 2: Colorado State University



Responsiveness of Finance Innovations to the Financial Inclusion Needs of Rural Female Smallholders and Implications for Smallholder Agriculture in Nigeria

Olayinka O. Adegbite1,2, Charles L. Machethe1

1: University of Pretoria, South Africa; 2: National Horticultural Research Institute, Nigeria

2:20pm
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3:40pm
Science and Society
Location: Niemeyer Room
Chair: Dr. Jill J. McCluskey, Washington State University
 

Adoption, Regulation and Commercialization of Veterinary Biologics: Opportunities for Subunit Vaccines for Johne’s Disease and Bovine Tuberculosis in Beef and Dairy Cattle

Albert Ifeanyi Ugochukwu, Peter W.B. Phillips

University of Saskatchewan



Twitter Assessment of Monsanto Glyphosate Trial: Implications for Social Sciences Research

Ana Maria Bogdan1, Simona Antoaneta Lubieniechi2, Steven Liu3, Stuart Smyth2

1: Social Sciences Research Laboratories, University of Saskatchewan; 2: Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Saskatchewan; 3: Computer Science, University of Saskatchewan



Social Interactions and the Market for New Technology

Jason A. Winfree1, Jill J. McCluskey2

1: University of Idaho; 2: Washington State University



Scoping Analysis of Biopolymer Production in Argentina

Kutay Cingiz, Justus Wesseler

Wageningen University and Research

3:50pm
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5:10pm
Innovations in Society
Location: Niemeyer Room
Chair: Carolina da Silveira Bueno, University of Campinas
 

The Evolution of Collaborative Networks in Bioenergy and the Challenges to Innovate

Carolina da Silveira Bueno, Jose Maria Ferreira Jardim da Silveira

University of Campinas



Different Moralities Hinder Consensus on Biotechnologies - Evidence From The German GMO-Debate

Gabi Waldhof

IAMO Halle / Saale



Effects Of Cannabis Testing Regulations: A Market Approach

Robin Goldstein1,2, Dan Sumner1,3

1: University of California Agricultural Issues Center, Davis, CA; 2: Université de Bordeaux, Laboratoire d'analyse et de recherche en économie et finance internationales; 3: University of California, Davis


Date: Friday, 07/Jun/2019
11:40am
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1:00pm
Biodiversity Policy
Location: Niemeyer Room
Chair: Anwar Naseem, Rutgers University
 

The Role of an Enabling Environment and Regulations in Raising Maize Productivity

Anwar Naseem1, Latha Nagarajan2, Carl Pray1

1: Rutgers University; 2: IFDC



Minimising Sustainable Development Goal Planetary Trade-offs Through the Quantification of BioEconomy Public Policy Interventions

George Philippidis1, Lindsay Shutes2, Robert M'barek1, Tévécia Ronzon1, Andrzej Tabeau2, Hans Van Meijl2

1: European Commission; 2: Wageningen Economic Research



How Informed are Consumers about New Biotech Food Technology? A Role for New Information

Katherine Lacy1, Wallace Huffman2, Jonathan McFadden3

1: University of Nevada-Reno; 2: Iowa State University; 3: USDA-ERS

2:00pm
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3:20pm
EU Bioeconomy
Location: Niemeyer Room
Chair: Diego Maximiliano Macall, University of Saskatchewan
 

The Contribution Of The EU Bioeconomy Strategy To The UN-SDG: Econometric Analysis Of Synergies And Trade-Offs

Tévécia Ronzon1, Ana Sanjuan2

1: European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Seville, Spain; 2: Centre of Agro-Food Research and Technology of Aragón (CITA), Avda Montañana, 930, 50059 Zaragoza, Spain



The Dynamics of Selected European Bioeconomies

Maximilian Kardung, Dusan Drabik

Wageningen University



Insights Into The European Market For Bio-Based Chemicals

Claudia Parisi1, Jurjen Spekreijse2, Tijs Lammens2, Tevecia Ronzon1, Martijn Vis2

1: European Commission - JRC; 2: Biomass technology group (BTG)