Market instruments , biosecurity and place-based understandings of animal disease

  title={Market instruments , biosecurity and place-based understandings of animal disease},
  author={Gareth Enticott}
Neoliberal approaches to managing animal disease use Market Instruments (MIs) to promote biosecurity citizenship amongst farmers. MIs create risk-based trading markets that make disease risks visible, and establish and reward appropriate farming practices. However, for other policies the use of MIs is often context dependent and related to farmers' existing values and practices. This paper considers how different spatial imaginations of disease and place attachment amongst farmers modifies the… CONTINUE READING

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