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John Cranfield
John Cranfield

Professor John Cranfield is in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, University of Guelph.

(on sabbatical leave in 2009/10)

 

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Innovation Related Publications

Deepananda Herath, John Cranfield and Spencer Henson. 2010. “Understanding the financing of innovation and commercialization: the case of the Canadian functional food and nutraceutical sector.” Applied Economics 42(21) 2667-2682

John Cranfield. 2010. Evaluating the economic benefits from the Canadian beef check-off. Report to the Canadian Beef Cattle Research, Market Development and Promotion Agency.

Deepananda Herath, John Cranfield, Spencer Henson and Dave Sparling. 2008. “Understanding the Factors Influencing Innovation and Commercialization in Canada’s Functional Food and Nutraceutical Sector.” Agribusiness 24 (2): 207-230.

van Moorsel D., Cranfield J.A.L. and D. Sparling. 2007. “Factors Affecting Biotechnology Innovation in Canada: Analysis of the 2001 Biotechnology Use and Development Survey.” International Journal of Biotechnology, Vol 9(1): 39-59.

J. A. L. Cranfield. "Optimal Collective Investment in Generic Advertising, Export Market Promotion and Cost-of-Production Reducing Research." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics. (November 2003):299-321.

Presentations

John Cranfield. “Evaluating the Economic Benefits from the Canadian Beef Check-Off.” CAES/WAEA Annual Meeting, Banff, Alberta 1 July 2011.

John Cranfield and Bodo Steiner “The impact of intellectual property protection on commercialization, sales and performance of functional food and natural health product enterprises in Canada.” CAES/WAEA Annual Meeting, Banff, Alberta 1 July 2011.

John Cranfield. “Innovation-Performance-Empirics: Holy or Unholy trinity?” Canadian Agricultural Innovation and Regulation Network workshop, Banff Alberta, 7 December 2009.

Pamela Laughland, David Sparling and John Cranfield. “Innovation and Commercialization in the Canadian Bioproduct Industry.” Canadian Agricultural Economics Society Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario May 30 2009.

John Cranfield, Deepananda Herath, Spencer Henson. “The Impact of Regultaory, Human Capital and Financial Barriers on Functional Food and Nutraceutical Firm Performance in Canada.” Statistics Canada, Socio-Economic Conference, Ottawa, Ontario, May 4 2009

Pamela Laughland, David Sparling and John Cranfield. “Innovation and Commercialization in the Canadian Bioproduct Industry.” Canadian Agricultural Innovation Research Network workshop, Banff, Alberta, December 2008.

John Cranfield. “Drivers of bio-resource based innovation and commercialization in Canada.” Agricultural Policy Research Networks (APRN) Annual Meeting, Ottawa ON, January 23, 2009.

Daryl Van Moorsel, J. A. L. Cranfield, and Dave Sparling. “Innovation in Canadian Biotechnology & Agricultural Biotechnology Firms.” Canadian Agricultural Economics Society & Western Agricultural Economics Association joint annual meeting, San Francisco, California, July 2005.

David Sparling, Daryl van Moorsel, and John Cranfield. “Innovation in Canadian Agricultural Biotechnology.” International Consortium on Agricultural Biotechnology Research 9th International Conference Ravello, Italy, July 2005.

David Sparling, Daryl van Moorsel, and John Cranfield. “Innovation in Canadian Agricultural Biotechnology.” 5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Business, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2005.

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

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