Moschini receives USDA-NIFA grant

GianCarlo Moschini, a professor of economics and Pioneer Endowed Chair in Science and Technology Policy, has been announced as the recipient of a $424,624 USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) grant. Federico Ciliberto of the University of Virginia and Edward Perry of Kansas State University are listed as Co-Project Directors.
The project “Genetically-engineered traits, cross-licensing and competition in the U.S. corn and soybean industry” will study innovation in the US corn and soybean industry, improve our understanding of genetically engineered trait licensing, and study the welfare implication of genetically engineered trait cross-licensing. The project is funded through February, 2021.

(Released February 2018)