THE ETHICS OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED PRODUCTS

Emma Shao Ying Wang, University of the West, U.S.A.
Peng Chan, California State University-Fullerton, U.S.A.
Hsiao-Yu Wang, National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan

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JOURNAL OF ACADEMY OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
Volume 18, Issue 4, p91-102, December 2018

ABSTRACT

There is continuous debate regarding the impact of genetically modified (GM) products on human health and the planet. The inconclusive nature of scientific research concerning the safety of GM products and the effect of GM technology on the environment triggers further examination in this paper. This study evaluates the positive and negative impacts that GM foods have on human health. Effective safety testing and regulation are the key mechanisms to ensuring that GM products are fit for humans and are free from adverse environmental effects.

Keywords

Genetic Engineering; Genetically Modified products; Business Ethics


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