Incentives for the Adoption of Socially-Beneficial Technologies: The Case of an E. coli Vaccine

Principal Ivestigator: Jill Hobbs

Graduate Student: Brian Ochieng’

Duration: September 1, 2012 to December 31, 2014

Research Output:

Ochieng’, B. and J.E. Hobbs. 2016. Incentives for Cattle Producers to Adopt an E. coli Vaccine: An Application of Best-Worst Scaling. Food Policy 59: 78-87.  DOI: 10.1016/j.foodpol.2015.12.004

Brian Ochieng’ and Jill Hobbs (2015) Incentives for the Socialy Beneficial Technologies: The Case of an E.Cloi Vaccine

Ochieng’, B. (2014). Incentives for the Adoption of Socially Beneficial Technologies: The Case of an E. Coli Vaccine, M.Sc Thesis, Department of Bioresource Policy, Business & Economics, University of Saskatchewan

Ochieng’ B., and J.E. Hobbs (2015). Incentives for the adoption of an E. coli cattle vaccine: an application of Best-Worst Scaling. Abstract submitted to the joint Canadian Agricultural Economics Society (CAES) and North-Eastern agricultural and Resource Economics Association (NAREA) annual meeting, Rhode Island, June 2015.

Ochieng’, B. (2014) Incentives for the adoption of socially benefical technologies: The case of an E. coli vaccine. Seminar presentation, Alliance for Food and Bioproducts Innovation Seminar series. Department of Bioresource Policy, Business and Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon; October 31 2014.

Ochieng’, B. (2013) Incentives for the adoption of socially benefical technologies: The case of an E. coli vaccine.  Poster paper,  Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture Policy Retreat, Alliance for Food and Bioproducts Innovation/Department of Bioresource Policy, Business and Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon; October 2 2013.

Total Grant: $29,830