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Genetically modified organisms and the public : participation, preferences, and protest /Luc Bodiguel and Michael Cardwell Theimportance and limits of cost-benefit analysis in the regulation of genetically modified organisms /Christophe Charlier and Egizio Valceschini Genetically modified organisms and risk /Karen Morrow TheEuropean Union regulatory regime for genetically modified organisms and its integration into community food law and policy /Marine Friant-Perrot Multi-level governance of genetically modified organisms in the European Union: ambiguity and hierarchy /Maria Lee Coexistence of genetically modified, conventional, and organic crops in the European Union : the community framework /Margaret Rosso Grossman Co-existence of genetically modified, conventional, and organic crops in the European Union : national implementation /Luc Bodiguel ... [et al.] Implementing the community environmental liability directive and the problem of unknown risk /Christopher Rodgers Genetically modified organisms in Africa : regulating a threat or an opportunity /Fikremarkos Merso Birhanu Thecoexistence of genetically modified and non-genetically modified agriculture in Canada : a courtroom drama /Jane Matthews Glenn Genetically modified organisms in Mercosur /Rosario Silva Gilli Genetically modified crops and food in the United States : the federal regulatory framework, state measures, and liability in tort /Margaret Rosso Grossman TheEC-biotech decision : another missed opportunity? /Joseph McMahon Theregulation of genetically modified organisms and international law : a call for generality /Duncan French.