List of Tables. List of Figures. Acknowledgements. About the Contributors. Preface. 1. Agricultural Globalization, Trade, and the Environment: Introduction; C.B. Moss, T.G. Taylor. Part I: Farm Programs and Trade Liberalization. 2. Farm Policy Reform in the United States; D. Orden. 3. Trade, Uncertainty, and New Farm Programs; L. Tweeten. 4. Has the Importance of Foreign Markets for U.S. Agriculture been Oversold?; B.L. Gardner. 5. Trade Liberalization and Small Economies: The Case of the Caribbean Community; C.G. Davis, et al. 6. Agricultural and Trade Policy under Administrative Water Regimes; C.B. Moss, C. de Bodisco. 7. Liberalization with Protection: Import Management in Korea (with Emphasis on Rice); D.A. Sumner, J.-S. Choi. Part II: Tariffs, Quotas and Rent Seeking. 8. Market Conduct and the Economic Impacts of a Tariff-rate Quota Policy: The European Banana Case; R. Herrmann, R. Sexton. 9. Rent Seeking and International Trade in Agriculture; H. de Gorter, et al. 10. Ex Ante Assessment of the FAIR Act; C. Dumas, T.G. Schmitz. 11. Import Rules for Foot-and-Mouth Disease Contaminated Beef; P.L. Paarlberg, J.G. Lee. 12. Trade Distortions in a Free-trade Zone: The Case of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Restrictions; T.H. Spreen, et al. 13. Sanitary and Phytosanitary Issues: Where Does the WTO Go From Here?; S.D. Thornsbury. Part III: Foreign-Direct Investment, Trade, and Vertical Contracting. 14. Foreign Direct Investment and Vertical Contracting in the Agri-Food Sector of TransitionEconomies; H.R. Gow, J.F.M. Swinnen. 15. The Impact of Food Industry Globalization on Agricultural Trade Policy; T. Josling. 16. International Trade and the Firm; T.G. Taylor, J.L. Seale, Jr. Part IV: Trade and the Environment. 17. International Trade with Price Supports and Environmental Constraints: The Canadian Hog Industry; R. Gray, et al. 18. Environmental Problems, Immigration, and Trade; R.E. Just, S. Netanyahu. 19. Welfare Gains under Tradable CO2 Permits; L. Karp, X. Liu. 20. The Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture: A Global Perspective; D. Zilberman, et al. 21. Tradable Permits and Agricultural Sequestration of Carbon; C. Dumas, et al. Part V: Trade and Biotechnology. 22. The Timing of Evaluation of Genebank Materials and the Effects of Biotechnology; B. Koo, B.D. Wright. 23. The Identification and Classification of Genetically Modified Organisms: Implications for Trade; R. Gray, et al. 24. International Trade in Genetically Modified Agri-food Products; W.B. Phillips. Index.