DCA Publikationer
Ny søgning

Economic Decisions in Farm Animal Health - International workshop held at Research Centre Foulum 9-10 November 2006
DJF rapport Husdyrbrug, nr. 77, 2007

Af Jehan Ettema, Anne Kudahl & Jan Tind Sørensen, Dept. of Animal Health, Welfare and Nutrition, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences

Animal health economics deals with quantifying the economic effects of animal disease, decision support tools in animal health management and further analysis of the management’s impact at animal, herd or national level.
Scientists from The Netherlands, France and Sweden have since 1988 organised informal workshops to exchange their knowledge and expertise in this field of science. This report contains the summary of the presentations given by 12 PhD students and 2 senior scientists of the Animal Health Economics workshops which was held on the 9th and 10th of November, 2006 at the Research Centre Foulum in Denmark. Different disciplines and approaches within Animal Health Economics are dealt with by the different scientists and the report contains a variety of novel results and projects. The resulting discussion is summarized in the report.

Hent PDF   Bestil (110 kr/stk)