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Optimal Drug Control under Risk of Drug Resistance – The Case of African Animal Trypanosomosis

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  • Sabine Liebenehm
  • Bernard Bett
  • Cristobal Verdugo
  • Mohamed Said

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  • Sabine Liebenehm & Bernard Bett & Cristobal Verdugo & Mohamed Said, 2016. "Optimal Drug Control under Risk of Drug Resistance – The Case of African Animal Trypanosomosis," Journal of Agricultural Economics, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 67(2), pages 510-533, June.
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