Thomas J. Venus
Thomas J. Venus
Bavarian State Research Center for Agriculture (LfL)
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei lfl.bayern.de
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The interaction between EU biofuel policy and first-and second-generation biodiesel production
C Boutesteijn, D Drabik, TJ Venus
Industrial Crops and Products 106, 124-129, 2017
282017
Food processor and retailer non-GMO standards in the US and EU and the driving role of regulations
E Castellari, C Soregaroli, TJ Venus, J Wesseler
Food Policy 78, 26-37, 2018
212018
The role of a German multi-stakeholder standard for livestock products derived from non-GMO feed
TJ Venus, D Drabik, J Wesseler
Food Policy, 2018
182018
The costs of coexistence measures for genetically modified maize in Germany
TJ Venus, K Dillen, MJ Punt, JHH Wesseler
Journal of Agricultural Economics 68 (2), 407-426, 2017
162017
Labelling GM‐free products. A case study of dairy companies in Germany
M Punt, T Venus, J Wesseler
EuroChoices 15 (1), 45-51, 2016
102016
Comparison of Bt and Non-Bt maize cultivation gross margin: a case study of maize producers from Italy, Spain and Germany
T Venus, R Casadamon, C Soregaroli, J Wesseler
Futuragra, Rome, 2011
82011
The plant protection products (PPP) sector in the European Union: a special view on herbicides
A Bonanno, VC Materia, T Venus, J Wesseler
The European Journal of Development Research 29 (3), 575-595, 2017
72017
Bereits doppelt so viel "ohne Gentechnik"-Milch als Biomilch in Deutschland: Welche Bedeutung hat GVO-freie Milch für unsere Milchwirtschaft?
TJ Venus, JHH Wesseler
Deutsche Molkerei Zeitung 133 (2), 24-26, 2012
72012
Ist das Angebot von Nahrungsmitteln" Ohne Gentechnik" wirtschaftlich nachhaltig?
T Venus, N Kalaitzandonakes, J Wesseler
Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 81 (4), 93-110, 2012
62012
The EU Cattle Sector: Challenges and Opportunities – Milk and Meat
R Ihle, L Dries, R Jongeneel, T Venus, J Wesseler
www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/STUD/.../IPOL_STU(2017)585911_EN.pdf, 2017
5*2017
EU Biofuel Policies for Road and Rail Transportation Sector
D Drabik, T Venus
EU Bioeconomy Economics and Policies: Volume II, 257-276, 2019
42019
The costs of coexistence on farms in Germany
MJ Punt, TJ Venus, J Wesseler
AgBioForum 20 (1), 24-36, 2017
42017
Evolution of European GM-free Standards: Reasoning of Consumers and Strategic Adoption by Companies
TJ Venus, JHH Wesseler
Review of Agricultural and Applied Economics, RAAE 18 (2), 20 - 27, 2015
42015
Overview of the Agricultural Inputs Sector in the EU
J Wesseler, A Bonanno, D Drabik, VC Materia, L Malaguti, M Meyer, ...
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/studies, 2015
42015
Lessons from EU Voluntary Labeling Schemes for GM-Free Processed Food Products
TJ Venus, N Kalaitzandonakes, J Wesseler
The Coexistence of Genetically Modified, Organic and Conventional Foods, 379-386, 2016
32016
GMO free milk: A system comparison of Germany and Switzerland
S Mann, T Venus
Agroscope Science 21, 2015
32015
Acceptance of sustainability standards by farmers-empirical evidence from Germany
V Hannus, TJ Venus, J Sauer
Journal of Environmental Management 267, 110617, 2020
22020
Research for AGRI Committee-The EU cattle sector: challenges and opportunities-Milk and Meat: study
R Ihle, LKE Dries, RA Jongeneel, TJ Venus, JHH Wesseler
European Parliament, 2017
22017
Dairies investment decisions in voluntary GM-free labeling standards in Germany
MJ Punt, TJ Venus, JHH Wesseler
22015
The interaction among the regulation of new plant breeding techniques, GMO labeling, and coexistence and segregation costs: the case of rapeseed in the EU
TJ Venus, D Drabik, J Wesseler
LICOS Discussion Paper Series 389, 2017
12017
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