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Fousekis P and Revell B. J. (2004) The Retail Demand for Demersal Fish in Great Britain: Proceedings of the Twelfth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade: What Are Responsible Fisheries. July 20-30 2004 Tokyo. Oregon State University November 2004. CD ISBN 0-9763432
Revell B., Liu X. and Fu Z (2004) Measuring China’s Export Competitiveness in Seafood Markets: A Strategic Management Approach. Proceedings of the Twelfth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade: What Are Responsible Fisheries. July 20-30 2004 Tokyo. Oregon State University November 2004. CD ISBN 0-9763432
Zhang X, Revell B. and Fu Z (2004) The Determinants of Aquatic Products Retail Price Fluctuations in China 1978-2000. Proceedings of the Twelfth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade: What Are Responsible Fisheries. July 20-30 2004 Tokyo. Oregon State University November 2004. CD ISBN 0-9763432
Liu X, Revell B, Fu Z. (2005) Realigning the Power in the Chinese Vegetable Supply Chain. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Management Science and Engineering, Inchon University, Republic of Korea 20-22 July. Harbin Institute of Technology Press pp 725-731
Liu X, Revell B, Fu Z. (2005) Market Power, Chain Management and Logistics Challenges in the Chinese Fresh Produce Sector. Paper presented at the Greater China Supply Chain and Logistics Forum and Conference, SE University Nanjing, PRC 29-30 October. Logistics Technology 2005.10 pp 151-156
Liu X, Revell B, Fu Z. (2005) The Initial Impact of WTO Membership on China’s Trade Performance in Primary Agricultural Food Products. Paper presented at CAU Centenary Conference September.
Revell B.J, Liu X (2006) The initial impact of WTO membership on China’s exports of agricultural and processed food products. Contributed paper presented at the 26th Conference of the International Association of Agricultural Economists, Brisbane, Australia, August.
Revell B J and Liu X (2007) China: A Tiger only in the East or a World Player in High Quality Fresh Produce Exports? In Proceedings of 105th EAAE Seminar on International Marketing and International Trade of Quality Food Products, Bologna, Italy, 8-10 March.
Liu X., B. J. Revell.( 2007) Fresh or Processed Vegetables- Which Way Forward for China’s Future Exports? IATRC Symposium China’s Agriculture Trade: Issues and Prospects, Beijing, China, July 8-9th
Mwbaze P, Monaghan J M, Hare M, Revell, B J, Macleod A and Spence N (2007) Procurement Options for fresh produce importation in the future and the potential risks to UK plant health. The Agricultural Economics Society 81st Annual conference, Reading University
B J Revell (2012) An analysis of consumer attitudes to food safety for fresh produce in urban China. Paper presented at the International Food and Agricultural Management Association Conference 2012; Shanghai, China June 2012
B.J Revell(2013) Will intergenerational succession and our current educational systems be sufficient to provide the next generation of farmers and researchers? Invited keynote paper. Proceedings of the 22nd International Grassland Congress, Sept. 2013, Sydney Australia pp 1940-1945
B. J. Revell, C. Saunders
and J Saunders (2014) Assessing the Environmental Impact of Liberalising Agricultural Trade-With Special Reference to EU-Mercosur. Paper presented at 88th Annual conference of the Agricultural Economics Society, Paris.
B.J.Revell (2015) One Man's Meat … 2050? Ruminations on Future Meat Demand in the Context of Global Warming. Presidential Address Agricultural Economics Society Annual conference, University of Warwick, April
B.j. Revell (2017) Protectionism vs free trade: the winners and the losers. In Global Meat Trade under New political Situations. 6th international Meat Secretariat Economics Workshop, 9-12 May 2017 Paris