Conservation & sustainability, Policy, Studies

Hurricanes and Invasive Species: the Economics and Spatial Dynamics of Eradication Policies

This paper examines the economic impacts of citrus canker in oranges and the eradication policy in Florida, taking into account the relationship between costs and benefits of eradication and the spatial and dynamic aspects of infestation.

Chapter 7 in A.G.J.M. Oude Lansink (Ed.), New Approaches to the Economics of Plant Health. Springer Publishing.

Read PDF here: Hurricanes and Invasive Species: the Economics and Spatial Dynamics of Eradication Policies by Albert K.A. Acquaye, Julian M. Alston, Hyunok Lee, and Daniel A. Sumner.

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