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Coexistence in GM and non-GM supply chains: public policy and private strategies. A theoretical model

Abstract : In this paper we develop an analytical framework in order to assess the conditions of non-GM and GM products in chains. The model represents a vertical relationship with three stages in the supply chain: manufacturer,retailer and final consumers. Strategic games analysis is used to assess the impacts of private and public policies on stakeholders’ trade-offs and on the GM/non-GM coexistence.
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Abdelhakim Hammoudi, Huong Hue Nguyen, Louis Georges Soler, Aurelie Trouillier, . Joint Research Center. Coexistence in GM and non-GM supply chains: public policy and private strategies. A theoretical model. 3. International conference on Coexistence between genetically-modified (GM) and non-GM based agricultural supply chains, Nov 2007, Séville, Spain. 25 p. ⟨hal-02821158⟩

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