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Europe Needs Consistent Teaching of the Economics of Animal Health

Jackson, E L; Waret-Szkuta, A; Raboisson, D; Niemi, J; Aragrande, M; Gethmann, J; Martins, S B; Horeth-Bontgen, D; Sans, P; Staerk, K D C; Haesler, B; Rushton, J


E L Jackson

A Waret-Szkuta

D Raboisson

J Niemi

M Aragrande

J Gethmann

S B Martins

D Horeth-Bontgen

P Sans

K D C Staerk

B Haesler

J Rushton


The prevalence of meat consumption dictates that there is a global need for people educated in
animal health economics. Since there are limited resources available for animal health surveillance, as well as the control and prevention of diseases, people skilled in animal health science with a deep understanding of economics and the allocation of scarce resources are required to enable consumer to access safe, value-added meat products


Jackson, E. L., Waret-Szkuta, A., Raboisson, D., Niemi, J., Aragrande, M., Gethmann, J., …Rushton, J. (2015). Europe Needs Consistent Teaching of the Economics of Animal Health. EuroChoices, 15(2), 42-49.

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Apr 6, 2015
Publication Date Oct 5, 2015
Deposit Date Nov 27, 2015
Publicly Available Date Oct 1, 2018
Journal Eurochoices
Print ISSN 1478-0917
Publisher Wiley
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 15
Issue 2
Pages 42-49
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