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Biosecurity, Diseases, and Invasive Species: Implications of Bioterrorism for Agriculture: Discussion of Elbakidze and McCarl and Pierre, Spreen, and Moss

  • William F. Hahn (a1)

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Exotic and invasive species and bioterrorism are of increasing concern for U.S. policy makers. The economic analysis of these issues, especially bioterrorism, is a fast-growing, relatively new area. It is an area where an economist can provide important input into both policy and applied theory. The two papers in this section address invasive species issues.

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Elbakidze, L., and McCarl, B.A.. “Animal Disease Pre-event Preparedness vs. Postevent Response: When Is It Economic To Protect?Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 38(August 2006).
Pierre, R., Spreen, T.H., and Moss, C.B.. “Invasive Species and Biosecurity: Cost of Monitoring and Controlling Mediterranean Fruit Flies in Florida.Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 38(August 2006).
Schoenbaum, M.A., and Disney, W.T.. “Modeling Alternative Mitigation Strategies for a Hypothetical Outbreak of Foot-and-Mouth Disease in the United States.Preventative Veterinary Medicine 58(April 2003):2552.

Biosecurity, Diseases, and Invasive Species: Implications of Bioterrorism for Agriculture: Discussion of Elbakidze and McCarl and Pierre, Spreen, and Moss

  • William F. Hahn (a1)

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