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|Agriculture at the Crossroads||1-4|
|A Positive Agenda for Agricultural Policy in Light of Emerging Technologies||5-15|
|Biotechnology and Crop Protection||30-46|
|Impact of Prospective New Technologies on Crop Productivity: Implications for Domestic and World Agriculture||47-62|
|The Present and Future Roles of Biotechnology in Animal Production||63-71|
|Impact of Emerging Technologies on Animal Protection||72-78|
|Emerging Agricultural Technologies: Economic and Policy Implications for Animal Production||79-96|
|Innovation in Agriculture||97-106|
|Technical Change in Agriculture: An Overview of the Effects of Public Policies||107-121|
|Pesticide Regulatory Policy: Creating a Positive Climate for Innovation||122-140|
|Can or Will the New Technologies Pay?||141-148|
|Issues Affecting Technical Change and Its Impact on the International Agribusiness Environment||149-154|
|Technical Change and Common Agricultural Policy||155-184|
|Technical Change: Sources of Income and Agricultural Production in Developing Countries||185-212|
|Agricultural and Trade Policy Reform||213-228|
|Implications of Technical Change for International Relations in Agriculture||229-245|
|Trade and Agricultural Policy||246-253|
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