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Approaches to Economic Measures of Interventions


  • Caswell, Julie A
  • Jensen, Helen H.


Food safety agencies have adopted risk-based regulatory approaches, principally Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) systems, and have made significant efforts to coordinate policy development. Integrating information on how economic behavior influences risk levels with scientific infomation of food safety hazards will improve food safety and the effectiveness of interventions. Papers presented at a workshop on methodological approaches to economic measures of interventions address the effectiveness, costs and benefits of interventions and related methodologies for analysis.

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  • Caswell, Julie A & Jensen, Helen H., 2008. "Approaches to Economic Measures of Interventions," Staff General Research Papers Archive 12899, Iowa State University, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:isu:genres:12899

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