Discussion of Biosecurity, Diseases, and Invasive Species: Implications of Bioterrorism for Agriculture
Edward Evans ()
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 2006, vol. 38, issue 2, 345-347
Both papers in this session illustrate a growing trend among agricultural economists to let go of their comfort zones and move beyond the bounds of the traditional market analysis and a world of certainty into the less familiar and more challenging world of uncertainty. This trend augurs well for the profession and demonstrates the imperialistic tendency of economics to deal with all kinds of issues.
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