This chapter presents examples that demonstrate how economic analysis involving human and animal health sectors has become a central element for providing evidence of the added value of a One Health approach, then reflects on the new developments in One Health, in particular, approaches based on systems thinking, and their implications for economic analyses. Limitations in economic evaluations are discussed as well as untapped potential and opportunities for the future of One Health economics.

One Health Economics

Canali, Massimo;Aragrande, Maurizio;
2021

Abstract

This chapter presents examples that demonstrate how economic analysis involving human and animal health sectors has become a central element for providing evidence of the added value of a One Health approach, then reflects on the new developments in One Health, in particular, approaches based on systems thinking, and their implications for economic analyses. Limitations in economic evaluations are discussed as well as untapped potential and opportunities for the future of One Health economics.
2021
One Health: the Theory and Practice of Integrated Health Approaches. 2nd Edition
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Häsler, Barbara; Cuevas, Soledad; Canali, Massimo; Aragrande, Maurizio; Shaw, Alexandra; Zinsstag, Jakob
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