Volume 20 New Approaches to the Economics of Plant Health

cover_235.jpgOude Lansink, Alfons G.J.M. (Ed.) 2007, VIII, 208 p., Softcover ISBN: 978-1-4020-5826-4

About this book

The world trade of plants and plant products is gradually increasing in both quantity and variety. Also, as more and more citizens are nowadays travelling to distant destinations, there is an increased risk of unintentionally importing harmful organisms and invasive species. Governments respond to increased phytosanitary risks by imposing trade-restricting measures. However, they are under increasing pressure of the private sector and the World Trade Organization to justify costly and trade-restricting phytosanitary policies. On the other side, current phytosanitary policies are required to account for impacts on the environment.


This book presents a number of recent scientific developments regarding the economic analysis of impacts that harmful organisms have on agriculture and the environment, and of measures to control these organisms. It also contains a number of new approaches that integrate economic and epidemiological modelling and economic approaches for measuring these impacts.

Written for:

Policy makers of National Ministries of Agriculture, EU, FAO, World Bank; National Plant Protection Services; agricultural economists in universities and research institutes working on trade policies, plant protection

Table of Contents

Preface

Preface
N.A. Editors
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Chapters

New approaches to the economics of plant health: general introduction
A.G.J.M. Oude Lansink
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1-3
L.J. Moffitt, J.K. Stranlund, B.C. Field, C.D. Osteen
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7-22
G. DeAngelo, A.A. Batabyal, S. Kumar
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23-37
I.V. Surkov, A.G.J.M. Oude Lansink, W. Van der Werf, O. Van Kooten
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39-54
A. Breukers, M. Mourits, W. Van der Werf, D.L. Kettenis, A.G.J.M. Oude Lansink
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57-70
B.K. Goodwin, N.E. Pigott
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71-99
A.K.A. Acquaye, J.M. Alston, H. Lee, D.A. Sumner
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101-116
F.J. Areal, A. MacLeod
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119-130
M.C.M. Mourits, A.G.J.M. Oude Lansink
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131-144
J. Heikkilä, J. Peltola
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147-161
A. MacLeod
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163-177
J. Mumford
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181-190
G. Schrader
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191-202