Schnurr & Gore. (2015). Getting to ‘yes’: The evolution of biotechnology regulation in Uganda. Journal of International Development, 27, 55-72.

Written with my colleague Chris Gore from Ryerson University, this article critically examines the evolution of the regulatory regime to manage the potential social, environmental and health risks associated with the introduction of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in Uganda. The paper investigates the inter-relationships that connect the various elements of GMO regulation, arguing that current policy and legislative efforts are the results of the early establishment of institutions and processes tailored towards the eventual endorsement of these technologies.