International Trade and Food Safety: Economic Theory and Case Studies
by Jean C. Buzby
Agricultural Economic Report No. (AER-828) 145 pp, November 2003
This report examines the conceptual relationships between food safety and international trade and analyzes empirical examples from the meat and poultry, produce, food and animal feed crop, and seafood sectors.
Keywords: BSE, dioxin, economic theory, food safety, grains, international trade, meat, poultry, produce, regulation, regulatory trends, Salmonella, seafood
In this publication...
- Abstract, Acknowledgments, 164 kb
- Contents, 64 kb
- Summary, 60 kb
- Abbreviations and Acronyms, 55 kb
- Introduction and Overview, 114 kb
- Economic Theory and Conceptual Relationships Between Food Safety and International Trade, 163 kb
- Resolving Trade Disputes Arising from Trends in Food Safety Regulation, 154 kb
- International Trade of Meat/Poultry Products and Food Safety Issues, 176 kb
- Produce, Food Safety, and International Trade, 182 kb
- Mycotoxin Hazards and Regulations, 124 kb
- International Trade and Seafood Safety, 156 kb
- The Belgian Dioxin Crisis and Its Effects on Agricultural Production and Exports, 140 kb
- Attachments, 72 kb
- Entire report, 1,807 kb
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