Peer Reviewed Papers and Publications

Peer Reviewed Papers:

PG Economics staff: papers on crop biotechnology in peer reviewed journals:

1. Global income and production effects of GM crops 1996-2012, GM Crops and Food: Biotechnology in Agriculture and the Food Chain, 5.1, 1-11 http://dx.doi.org/10.4161/gmcr.28098

2. Key environmental impacts of global GM crop use 1996-2012) GM Crops and Food: Biotechnology in Agriculture and the Food Chain, 5.2, 1-12 April/May/June
 
https://www.landesbioscience.com/journals/gmcrops/article/28449/

3. Global income and production effects of GM crops 1996-2011, GM Crops and Food: Biotechnology in Agriculture and the Food Chain, Jan-March 2013. 4.1, 74-83

4. Key environmental impacts of global GM crop use 1996-2011, GM Crops and Food: Biotechnology in Agriculture and the Food Chain, April-June 2013, 4.2, 1-11

5. Brookes G and Barfoot P (2012) Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Environmental Effects, 1996-2010, GM Crops 3: 2 April-June 2012, p 1-9. Available on the worldwide web at www.landesbioscience.com/journal/gmcrops

6. Brookes G and Barfoot P (2012) The income and production effects of biotech crops globally 1996-2010, Volume 3, Issue 4 October/November/December 2012 Pages 265 - 272. Available on the worldwide web at http://www.landesbioscience.com/journals/gmcrops/article/20097/

7. Brookes G and Barfoot P (2011) Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Environmental Effects, 1996-2009, GM Crops 2: 1 January-March 2011, p 1-16. Available on the worldwide web at www.landesbioscience.com/journal/gmcrops

8. Brookes G and Barfoot P (2011) The income and production effects of biotech crops globally 1996-2009, International Journal of Biotechnology, vol 12, Nos 1/2 p 1-49. Available on the worldwide web at www.inderscience.com

9. Brookes G and Barfoot P (2010) Global impact of biotech crops: environmental effects, 1996-2008, Agbioforum 13 (1), p 76-94. Available on the worldwide web at www.agbioforum.org

10. Brookes G, Tun Hsiang E Yu, Tokgoz S, Amani E (2010) The production and price impact of biotech corn, canola, and soybean crops, Agbioforum, 13 (1), p 25-52. Available on the worldwide web at www.agbioforum.org

11. Brookes G and Barfoot P (2009) Global impact of biotech crops: income and production effects 1996-2007, Agbioforum 12 (2), p 184-208. Available on the worldwide web at www.agbioforum.org

12. Brookes G and Barfoot P (2009) Global impact of biotech crops: socio-economic and environmental effects 1996-2007, Outlooks on Pest Management, 20 (6), October 2009. Available on the worldwide web at www.researchinformation.co.uk

13. Brookes G (2008) The impact of using genetically modified insect resistant maize in Europe since 1998, , International Journal of Biotechnology, vol 10, Nos 2/3 p 148-166. Available on the worldwide web at www.inderscience.com

14. Brookes G and Barfoot P (2007) Global impact of biotech crops: socio-economic and environmental effects, 1996-2006, Agbioforum 11 (1), p 21-38. Available on the worldwide web at www.agbioforum.org

15. Brookes G and Barfoot P (2006) Global impact of biotech crops: socio-economic and environmental effects in the first ten years of commercial use, Agbioforum 9 (3), p 139-151. Available on the worldwide web at www.agbioforum.org

16. Brookes G and Barfoot P (2005) GM crops: the global economic and environmental impact - the first nine years 1996-2004, Agbioforum 8 (2&3), p 187-196. Available on the worldwide web at www.agbioforum.org

17. Brookes G (2005) The farm-level impact of herbicide-tolerant soybeans in Romania, Agbioforum 8 (4), p 235-241. Available on the worldwide web at www.agbioforum.org

General list of publications:

GM crops: global socio-economic and environmental impacts 1996-2012

An independent review and assessment of ‘the claims made about potential use of 2 4-D tolerant (‘Enlist’) corn’ in ’Impact of genetically engineered crops on pesticide use in the US – the first sixteen years: Benbrook C (2012)

Independent review and assessment of paper ‘Impact of genetically engineered crops on pesticide use in the US' – the first sixteen years by Benbrook C (2012) concludes that the paper is flawed being based on inaccurate claims, biased assumptions and misleading use of official data.

Crop biotechnology offers significant economic and environmental gains to Ukraine’s agriculture

Seventh annual report on global impacts of crop biotechnology - 2012

Economic impacts of the Biosafety Law and implementing regulations in Turkey on the Turkish importing and user sectors

Sustainable, profitable and productive agriculture continues to be boosted by the contribution of biotech crops - Powerpoint Presentation

Health Claims Regulation to cause significant negative economic impacts

Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Income and Production Effects, 1996-2007 AgBioForum, 12(2): 184-208. ©2009 AgBioForum.

GM crops: global socio-economic and environmental impacts 1996-2008

The benefits of adopting genetically modified, insect resistant (Bt) maize in the European Union (EU): first results from 1998-2006 plantings

THE EXISTING AND POTENTIAL IMPACT OF USING GM INSECT RESISTANT (GM IR) MAIZE IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

The farm level impact of using Bt maize in Spain

Co-existence of GM and non GM arable crops: the non GM and organic context in the EU

COEXISTENCE OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED AND NONGENETICALLY MODIFIED MAIZE: MAKING THE POINT ON SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE AND COMMERCIAL EXPERIENCE

Co-existence of GM and non GM arable crops: case study of the UK

Co-existence of GM and non GM crops: current experience and key principles

Co-existence in North American agriculture: can GM crops be grown with conventional and organic crops?

Co-existence of GM and non GM crops: case study of maize grown in Spain

Defra consultation on proposal for managing the coexistence of GM, conventional and organic crops

GM Foods: evaluating the Farm Scale Trials: report of the Environmental Audit Committee of 2 March 2004

Focus on Environmental Impacts: Biotech crops: evidence, outcomes and impacts 1996-2007

Focus on incomes, well-being and food security: Biotech crops: evidence, outcomes and impacts 1996-2007

Focus on Yields: Biotech crops: evidence, outcomes and impacts 1996-2007

Friends of the Earth International (FOE) latest release Who Benefits from GM Crops? Feeding the biotech giants, not the world’s poor - inaccurate and mis-leading

The Global GM Market Implications for the European Food Chain An analysis of labelling requirements, market dynamics and cost implications

The farm level impact of using Roundup Ready soybeans in Romania

Genetically modified maize: pollen movement and crop coexistence

Impact of genetically engineered crops on pesticide use: US Organic Center report evaluation by PG Economics

The magnitude and impacts of the biotech and organic seed price premium: US Organic Center report assessment by PG Economics

PG Economics Limited - Statement of Capability & Experience

Union of Concerned Scientists report on GM crop performance is misleading