- Intersect of regulation and liability as it relates to innovation
- Agricultural biotechnology
Agricultural and Resource Economics
Ph.D. University of Saskatchewan
BA University of Saskatchewan
Selected Recent Publications
Smyth, S. J., and P. W. B. Phillips. 2015. Incomplete coexistence systems and international food trade impacts. Transgenics Res, 24: 6: 1003-1016.
Smyth, S. J., W. A. Kerr, and P. W. B. Phillips. 2015. The Unintended Consequences of Technological Change: Winners and Losers from GM Technologies and the Policy Response in the Organic Food Market. Sustainability 7: 6: 7667-7683.
Smyth, S. J., P. W. B. Phillips and W. A. Kerr. 2015. Food Security and the Evaluation of Risk. Global Food Security 4: 1: 16-23.
Smyth, S. J. 2015. The Food Industry’s Conundrum About GM Labeling. Canadian Food Insights Spring: 38-40.
Smyth, S. J., P. W. B. Phillips and D. Castle. 2014. Benefits of Genetically Modified Herbicide Tolerant Canola in Western Canada. International Journal of Biotechnology 13: 4: 181-197.