A hierarchical structure of public good based on relative importance is presented, arranged from the greatest to the least: freedom of choice; knowledge; human health; economics; environment; sustainability; global interdependence and other. Other public good category include issues that apply only to limited subsets of people. Public good requires the transfer of technology from the research and development products and processes in the marketplace. Without commercialization or equivalent delivery to the users, there is no public good.
Agricutural biotechnology; public good; deloping nations; technology transfer; government regulation; global population;
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