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Horan, R.D. and C.A. Wolf, “The Economics of Managing Wildlife Disease”. Under 2nd round review at American Journal of Agricultural Economics

Horan, R.D., C.A. Wolf, E.P. Fenichel, and K.H. Matthews, Jr., “Wildlife and Livestock Disease Control with Inter-and Intra-Specific Transmission and Endogenous On-Farm Biosecurity”, Selected paper, the annual meetings of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Denver, CO, August 1-4, 2004.

Fenichel, E.P., R.D. Horan, and C.A. Wolf, “The Role of Sexual Dimorphism in the Economics of Wildlife Disease Management”, Selected paper, the annual meetings of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Denver, CO, August 1-4, 2004.

Fenichel, E.P., R.D. Horan, and C.A. Wolf, “Wildlife Disease Management Policies Based on Sexual Dimorphism: An Economic Argument” Selected paper, the annual conference of The Wildlife Society, Calgary, AB, Canada, September 18-23, 2004.

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