Leland Glenna
Leland Glenna
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Close enough but not too far: Assessing the effects of university–industry research relationships and the rise of academic capitalism
R Welsh, L Glenna, W Lacy, D Biscotti
Research policy 37 (10), 1854-1864, 2008
The Relationship between M arcellus S hale Gas Development in Pennsylvania and Local Perceptions of Risk and Opportunity
KA Schafft, Y Borlu, L Glenna
Rural Sociology 78 (2), 143-166, 2013
University administrators, agricultural biotechnology, and academic capitalism: Defining the public good to promote university–industry relationships
LL Glenna, WB Lacy, R Welsh, D Biscotti
The Sociological Quarterly 48 (1), 141-163, 2007
Commercial science, scientists’ values, and university biotechnology research agendas
LL Glenna, R Welsh, D Ervin, WB Lacy, D Biscotti
Research Policy 40 (7), 957-968, 2011
Local impacts of unconventional gas development within Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale region: Gauging boomtown development through the perspectives of educational administrators
KA Schafft, LL Glenna, B Green, Y Borlu
Society & Natural Resources 27 (4), 389-404, 2014
Considering the role of the university in conducting research on agri-biotechnologies
R Welsh, L Glenna
Social studies of science 36 (6), 929-942, 2006
Are biotechnology and sustainable agriculture compatible?
DE Ervin, LL Glenna, RA Jussaume Jr
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 143-157, 2010
Agribusiness concentration, intellectual property, and the prospects for rural economic benefits from the emerging biofuel economy.
LL Glenna, DR Cahoy
Southern rural sociology 24 (2), 2009
Assessing participatory processes and outcomes in agricultural research for development from participants' perspectives
K Jones, LL Glenna, E Weltzien
Journal of Rural Studies 35, 91-100, 2014
A decade of Marcellus Shale: Impacts to people, policy, and culture from 2008 to 2018 in the Greater Mid-Atlantic region of the United States
JB Jacquet, AN Junod, D Bugden, G Wildermuth, JT Fergen, K Jalbert, ...
The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (4), 596-609, 2018
The Marcellus Shale impacts study: Chronicling social and economic change in North Central and Southwest Pennsylvania
K Brasier, L Davis, L Glenna, T Kelsey, D McLaughlin, K Schafft, K Bobbie, ...
Center for Rural Pennsylvania, 2014
How farmers matter in shaping agricultural technologies: Social and structural characteristics of wheat growers and wheat varieties
LL Glenna, RA Jussaume, JC Dawson
Agriculture and Human Values 28 (2), 213-224, 2011
Private Ordering and Public Enemy Innovation Policy
DR Cahoy, L Glenna
Fla. St. UL Rev. 36, 415, 2008
Qualitative research ethics in the big data era
A Hesse, L Glenna, C Hinrichs, R Chiles, C Sachs
American Behavioral Scientist 63 (5), 560-583, 2019
Value-laden technocratic management and environmental conflicts: The case of the New York City watershed controversy
LL Glenna
Science, technology, & human values 35 (1), 81-112, 2010
Pro-poor? Inclusion and exclusion in native potato value chains in the central highlands of Peru
D Tobin, L Glenna, A Devaux
Journal of Rural Studies 46, 71-80, 2016
Genome editing, gene drives, and synthetic biology: will they contribute to disease-resistant crops, and who will benefit?
KV Pixley, JB Falck-Zepeda, KE Giller, LL Glenna, F Gould, ...
Annual Review of Phytopathology 57, 165-188, 2019
Intellectual property, scientific independence, and the efficacy and environmental impacts of genetically engineered crops
LL Glenna, J Tooker, JR Welsh, D Ervin
Rural Sociology 80 (2), 147-172, 2015
Farm crisis or agricultural system crisis? Defining national problems in a global economy
L Glenna
The International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food 11, 15-30, 2003
Neoliberalism, the university, public goods and agricultural innovation
L Glenna, S Shortall, B Brandl
Sociologia Ruralis 55 (4), 438-459, 2015
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