This article assesses whether the United States should adopt an institutional process similar to Europe’s through giving non-profit organizations a role in shaping food law and corporate responsibility. Part I provides a comparative analysis of genetically engineered product regulations in the US and the EU. Part II explains how the institutional processes of the US and the EU led to the varying regulations. Part III asserts that the United States should change its institutional process through allowing public universities and private colleges to influence food law and corporate responsibility.
Card, Melissa M.
"The Role of Non-Profit Organizations in Shaping Food Law and Corporate Responsibility in the United States,"
Journal of Food Law & Policy: Vol. 13
, Article 7.
Available at: http://scholarworks.uark.edu/jflp/vol13/iss2/7