A Multi-Attribute Model Of Public Acceptance Of Genetically Modified Organisms
Using Fishbein's multiattribute model as a theoretical background, this paper develops an empirical model to assess and identify attributes of agrobiotechnology and individual characteristics determining public acceptance of biotech foods. This paper uses a database collected in the United States and United Kingdom in November, 2000.
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