The Economic Impacts of Livestock Disease: Animal Traceability Technologies and Regionalization Policies

Principal Investigator: Jill Hobbs

Graduate Student: Michel St. Louis

Duration: April 1, 2012 to September 30, 2012

Research Output:

  • St. Louis, M (2012).  The Economics of Livestock Disease: The Impact of a Regionalizaton Policy, presented at the Department of Bioresource Policy, Business & Economics, University of Saskatchewan, 2012.
  • St. Louis, M (2011) The Economics of Livestock Disease: The Impact of a Regionalizaton Policy, presented at the the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society Annual Conference, Banff, July, 2011.
  • St. Louis, M (2010) Livestock Disease: Traceability Systems and Policy Implications, presented at the CAES-AAEA-WAEA Conference, Denver, July, 2010.

Total Grant: $8,498