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- "Terri Raney is Senior Economist of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN and editor of the The State of Food and Agriculture. Before she has been Senior Trade Economist, FAO, (1998 – 2002), Agricultural Economist and Senior Economist at the Economic Research Service in United States Department of Agriculture (1989 – 1998), and Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics and IMPACT Center, Washington State University (1986 – 1989).
- "She won the Quality of Communications Award (2005) from the American Agricultural Economics Association for “Agricultural biotechnology: Meeting the needs of the poor?” in The State of Food and Agriculture, 2003-04.
- "Terri Raney has a B.A. in History and Economics, 1978, a M.Sc., Economics, 1982, and a Ph.D., Agricultural Economics, 1986, Oklahoma State University."
- Terri Raney, "Reply to Is FAO selling biotech short on biofuels?," Nature Biotechnology 27, 23 (2009) doi:10.1038/nbt0109-23.
- Terri Raney and Prabhu Pingali, "Sowing a Gene Revolution," Scientific American, September 2007.
- Prabhu Pingali and Terri Raney, "Asian agricultural development: From the Green Revolution to the Gene Revolution." In Agriculture and Rural Development in Asia: Proceedings of an International Conference. Balisacan, A. and Fuwa, N. (eds.), SEARCA and ISEAS, 2007.
- Terri Raney, "Economic impact of transgenic crops in developing countries," Current Opinion in Biotechnology 2006, 17:1–5.
- Raney, Terri and Prabhu Pingali 2005. "Private Research and Public Goods: Implications of biotechnology for biodiversity." In: Agricultural biodiversity, biotechnology and development -- economic issues in crop genetic resource management J. Cooper, D. Zilberman and L. Lipper editors. Natural Resource Management and Policy book series Kluwer Publishers.
- Prabhu Pingali and Terri Raney 2005. "Globalization and agricultural biotechnology research: Implications for developing countries." In: Tuberosa R., Phillips R.L., Gale M. (eds.), Proceedings of the International Congress “In the wake of the Double Helix: from the Green to the Gene Revolution”, 27-31 May 2003, Bologna, Italy, pages 635-654.
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- Terri Raney and Sarah Lowder, "Food Aid: A Primer," Agricultural and Development Economics Division of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO - ESA), 2005.
- "Gene revolution 'could help poor'," BBC, May 17, 2004.