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Coexistence describes issues relating to the growing of GM and non-GM crops, particularly organic, in neighbouring areas. In Coexistence of gM and non-gM Crops, the interaction of costs and incentives is covered, while the determinants of the different incentives in the coexistence arena are considered in relation to economic theories and the legislative environment. A wealth of real-life examples shows how farmers interpret the coexistence regulations while balancing incentives in Europe and the global market.