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Livestock presentations at Asian Society of Agricultural Economics Conference in Hanoi

From 13–15 October 2011, several staff of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) attended the 7th International Conference of the Asian Society of Agricultural Economists, in Hanoi, Vietnam.

ILRI organized two parallel sessions:
(1) Food safety policy in a developing-country context: Examples from case studies in livestock value chains
(2) Assessing the impact of livestock research for development.

And ILRI presented two contributed papers:
(1) Are smallholders willing to pay for animal disease control? Empirical evidence from a study of mass vaccination for avian influenza in Indonesia
(2) On the economics of small-scale household pig production in Vietnam: Survey results, analysis, and assessment.

Asian Society of Agricultural Economists (ASAE) 2011 ILRI booth

Pictured at the ILRI display table at the conference are, from left to right, seated, Nancy Johnson (Poverty, Gender & Impact Unit) and Ranjitha Puskur (Markets Theme), and standing, Delia Grace, Lucy Lapar and Ram Deka (all of Markets Theme).

Please visit the conference website for more details:

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