This monograph examines the regulatory framework for genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in the European Union. Analysis of the institutions of the European Union, in particular the European Commission leads to the assessment that technocratic governance relies too heavily on assumed objective scientific assessment, with not enough focus on cultural or socio-economic factors.
GMO, Biotechnology, European decision making, Technocratic governance
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