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Malla, S., & Brewin, D. (2015). The value of a new biotechnology considering R&D investment and regulatory issues. AgBioForum, 18 (1), 6-25.
Brewin, D.G., & Malla, S. (2012). The consequences of biotechnology: A broad view of the changes in the Canadian canola sector, 1969 to 2012. AgBioForum, 15 (3), 257-275.
Assessing the Economic and Ecological Impacts of Herbicide Tolerant Canola in Western Canada, 2010:
Gusta et al. (2011). Economic benefits of genetically-modified herbicide-tolerant canola for producers. AgBioForum, 14 (1), 1-13.
Smyth et al. (2011). Environmental impacts from herbicide tolerant canola production in Western Canada. Agricultural Systems, 104 (5), 403–410.
Agronomic and Economic Assessment of Transgenic Canola, 2001:
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National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Genetically Engineered Crops: Experiences and Prospects. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2016.
Graham Brookes & Peter Barfoot (2015). Environmental impacts of genetically modified (GM) crop use 1996–2013: Impacts on pesticide use and carbon emissions. GM Crops & Food, 6:2, 103-133.
Graham Brookes & Peter Barfoot (2015). Global income and production impacts of using GM crop technology 1996–2013. GM Crops & Food, 6:1, 13-46.
James, Clive. (2015). Anniversary (1996 to 2015) of the Global Commercialization of Biotech Crops and Biotech Crop Highlights in 2015. ISAAA Brief No. 51. ISAAA: Ithaca, NY.
Smyth, S. J. et al. (2015). Global Economic, Environmental and Health Benefits from GM Crop Adoption. Global Food Security.
Carpenter, J. (2010). Peer-reviewed surveys indicate positive impact of commercialized GM crops. Nature Biotechnology, 28 (4), 319-321.