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Record number 356316
Title Consumer health hazards in international food trade
Author(s) Achterbosch, T.J.
Source Den Haag : LEI (Report / LEI : Domain 6, Policy ) - ISBN 9789086151639 - 44
Department(s) LEI INT BELEID - Internationale Handel & Markten
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) gezondheidsgevaren - bescherming van de consument - internationale handel - agrarische handel - landbouwbeleid - risico - risicovermindering - voedsel - voedselveiligheid - volksgezondheid - globalisering - nederland - ketenmanagement - health hazards - consumer protection - international trade - agricultural trade - agricultural policy - risk - risk reduction - food - food safety - public health - globalization - netherlands - supply chain management
Categories Agricultural Policy / Consumer Protection
Abstract Emerging risks have been defined as potential food-borne, feed-borne, or diet-related hazards that may become a risk for human health in the future. This study disentangles how emerging risks relate to international trade. It develops a basic framework for the economic analysis of emerging risks, and describes a case study on residues of antibiotics in farmed shrimp to explore the use of trade analysis methodologies for the purposes of signalling and warning. The main conclusion is that an understanding of risk creating and risk reducing behaviour is pivotal for the identification of emerging risks.
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