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Richard Gray is an economist in the Department of Bioresource Policy, Business and Economics - University of Saskatchewan. Since 2003 he has led the Canadian Agricultural Innovation Research Network.
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Richard Gray is an economist in the Department of Bioresource Policy, Business and Economics - University of Saskatchewan. Since 2003 he has led the Canadian Agricultural Innovation Research Network.
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Richard Gray
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Dr. Gray's research interests are related to the economics of research, including intellectual property rights, the dynamics of knowledge pricing, Public Producer Private Partnership (4P) models of research, and crop research funding models. Richard has also studied various agricultural innovation systems in Canada, Australia, the UK and France. He is very interested in how genomics could change the nature of international crop research.
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Bioresource Policy Business and Economics
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Rm 3D34 Agriculture Builiding
51 Campus Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Canada S7N 5A8
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Biography

Richard Gray is a Professor at the University of Saskatchewan and a Fellow of the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society. He has studied and published on many aspects of crop innovation and currently leads CAIRN the Canadian Agricultural Innovation and Regulation Network. Richard is also Member of the Science Advisory Board for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.

Professor Gray joined the University in 1990 after receiving a Ph.D. from the University of California Berkeley. Since then, Dr. Gray has supervised over thirty graduate students and has studied a wide range of agricultural policy issues. He is widely published and has received a number of awards for his research. Dr. Gray has also served as Department Head and President for the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society. In May of each year you can find Richard sowing grains and oilseeds on the family farm.



Researcher Information
Professor
Bioresource Policy Business and Economics
Website
Rm 3D34 Agriculture Builiding
51 Campus Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Canada S7N 5A8


Key Publications
Gray, R. S. and S. Malla 2011 “Managing Public IP with Downstream Inter-firm Research Spillovers.” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 59(4):475-91.
Galusko, V., R.S. Gray and E. Oikonomou. 2012 “Operating in an Intellectual Property World: Knowledge Sharing among Plant Breeders in Canada” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics (Early View)
Gray,R. Malla, S. and Tran,K. 2006. Research Spillovers in the Biotech Industry: The Case of Oilseed Rape, In the International Trade and Policies for Genetically Modified Products, ch.8, p.79-96. Edited by R.E. Evenson and V. Santaniello. Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK: CABI Publishing.
S. Malla and R. Gray, 2005. “The Crowding Effects of Basic and Applied Research: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of an Agricultural Biotech Industry.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 87(2):423-438.
W.H. Furtan, R.S. Gray and J. Holzman. 2005. “Regulatory Approval Decisions in the Presence of Market Externalities: The Case of Genetically Modified Wheat”. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 30(1):12-28.
Researcher Information
Professor
Bioresource Policy Business and Economics
Website
Rm 3D34 Agriculture Builiding
51 Campus Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Canada S7N 5A8


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Agriculture, GE3LS
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Social science and humanities
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Social impact studies and policy development
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