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19 May 2022

One Health economics.

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This chapter presents examples of how both costs and benefits of diseases and disease control can cross from animals to humans, and vice versa. These examples span from joint human and animal vaccination services for mobile pastoralists in Chad and brucellosis control in Mongolia, to rabies control in an African city and the cost of bovine tuberculosis in Ethiopia. Each illustrates a particular aspect of One Health economics. Based on these 4 examples, the authors infer some general principles of One Health economics. Finally, this chapter discusses the economics of the human-animal interface and provides an outlook on One Health financing options.

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Pages: 134 - 145
Editors: J. Zinsstag [email protected], Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute University of Basel Basel Switzerland , E. Schelling, D. Waltner-Toews, M. Whittaker, and M. Tanner
ISBN (ePDF): 978-1-78064-342-7
ISBN (ePub): 978-1-78924-428-1

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Cover date: 2015
Published online: 19 May 2022

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J. Zinsstag [email protected]
Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute University of Basel Basel Switzerland

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