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Analysis of the contexts in which alternatives to traditional regulation could work efficiently and effectively to improve food safety and standards
Project Code: D03005
SAC Animal Health Group
Hussain, S ; Moran, D
This study explored the extent to which the regulatory status quo in food safety is inefficient and might be modified. The research considered alternatives both in terms of self-regulation by industry and the achievement of food quality goals at least cost through the analysis of the interaction between consumers, industry and the regulator. The research considered and provided insight into how self-interest and self-regulation by both firm and consumer might be tapped into, as to address food-related problems that, to date, have been approached through traditional regulation.
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