Economics Management and Applied Computer Science (EGIA)
Between production disease, communicable disease, individual and collective decision.
Context and Issues
- Risk management and sharing for disease control in livestock
- Analysis of communicable disease control decisions at the farmer and collective scales:
- Attitude with regard to risk,
- Epidemiological / economic dynamics in time and space,
- Management externalities and strategic behaviors,
- Asymmetries and information sharing.
- Production Diseases & Individual Decisions:
- Rationality of control actions - heterogeneity of behaviors and cognitive biases,
- Conduct of change - Trajectories of demedication in livestock and in sectors.
- Production Diseases & Collective Decisions:
- Animal health seen as a quality element in the value chain - Transactions,
- Use of antibiotics - Longitudinal follow-up of cumulative treatments.
- Communicable Diseases: Bovine Viral Diarrhea, Paratuberculosis, Dysgenesis and Respiratory Syndrome Porcine
- Production Diseases : mastitis and respiratory diseases
Expertise and skills
- Economic Science and management
- Computer modeling and applied mathematics
- Development of incentive measures and accompanying tools
- MIHMES : Multi-scale modelling, from animal Intra-Host to Metapopulation, of mechanisms of pathogen spread to Evaluate control Strategies
- PrediCatT : Analysis and prediction of cattle trade in France through a modelling approach
- SANT'Innov : Innovation in livestock products to reconcile greening and competitiveness: animal health perspective