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(Some) Research gaps

Social optimum

Most problems faced jointly by many farmers

Wildlife-related benefits also important

High recreational values (hunting)

Threatened and endangered species

Wildlife eradication policies may be expensive

Non-selective harvesting of infected wildlife

Offtake accompanied by healthy and valuable animals

Increases disease control costs

More difficult to exterminate diseased animals

Alters disease dynamics in a sub-optimal fashion.

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