About this Research Topic
The International Society for Economics and Social Sciences of Animal Health (ISESSAH) research has organized a Research Topic as proceedings of the inaugural ISESSAH conference (http://www.isessah.com/inaugural-meeting/). The conference will explore the field of economics and social sciences of animal health and aims to improve animal health and welfare policies, programs and projects through more nuanced use of concepts and tools available in economics and social science disciplines. The proceedings are designed to provide a forum for all registrants to contribute scientific articles and posters in this growing field. We are welcoming articles in the following broad themes:
Where do we come from – what has been critical progress in the use of economics and social sciences of animal health in past years?
Where do we stand now – how are economics and social sciences currently being used for animal health decision-making?
Where should we go – what will be the future challenges for economics and social sciences to improve animal health?
Articles submitted may focus on methods and techniques, applications, development of theory, education and/or policy.
Keywords: Economics, Social Sciences, Animal Health, Animal Health Decision-Making, Animals in Society
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