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Management of regulation in the food chain - balancing costs, benefits and effects. Proceedings of a conference organized by the Centre for Agricultural Strategy, held at The Royal Society, 6 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG on 11 February 1997

, : Management of regulation in the food chain - balancing costs, benefits and effects. Proceedings of a conference organized by the Centre for Agricultural Strategy, held at The Royal Society, 6 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG on 11 February 1997. CAS Paper Centre for Agricultural Strategy, University of Reading ( 36): 148 pp.

The 13 conference papers are presented: 'Making and enforcing food chain regulations - the factors that determine when, by whom, and how' (J.S. Marsh, pp.18-32); 'Food regulation - the consumer agenda' (S. McKechnie, pp.33-39); 'Food regulation and the retail sector' (N.F. Matthews, pp.40-47); 'Regulations and the catering industry' (C. Andrews, pp.48-51); 'The food manufacturers' perspective' (G. Walker, pp.52-58); 'Science, technology and research related to food crops' (G.M.

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