What are the economic lessons of the foot and mouth crisis?

Romer, S. 2001. What are the economic lessons of the foot and mouth crisis? Economics Today. 9 (1).

TitleWhat are the economic lessons of the foot and mouth crisis?
AuthorsRomer, S.
JournalEconomics Today
Journal citation9 (1)
Year2001
Publication dates
Published2001

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