Handbook of Phytosanitary Risk Management: Theory and Practice (Hardcover)

Handbook of Phytosanitary Risk Management: Theory and Practice By Charles Yoe, Robert Griffin, Stephanie Bloem Cover Image
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Phytosanitary risk management is essential to the global economy as well as the world's ability to feed itself. This book is about understanding the fundamentals of phytosanitary risk management for trade and non-trade issues, and how to manage those risks in an effective and efficient manner that is consistent with the international regulatory framework.

Its purpose is to provide the international phytosanitary community and its principal stakeholders with a strong foundation in risk management concepts and a thorough guide to best practices. Starting with the conceptual background necessary for understanding risk management, this book then covers a risk management model with a detailed description of the structure and processes necessary for best practice risk management in the global economy. This is followed by an in-depth look at the continuum of phytosanitary measures with a laser-like focus on key risk management issues, and the book concludes with a final section devoted to an examination of the most compelling risk management issues of the day. This book is:

- A comprehensive exposition of phytosanitary risk management
- Valuable both to the experienced risk manager and to those getting started in the field
- Written by a team of experts with extensive professional phytosanitary work experience and knowledge of plant health.

Written for professionals, practitioners and policy makers who work in the international trade of plants and plant products and allied fields, this book provides the global phytosanitary community and its principal stakeholders with a practical guide to best risk management practices.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781780648798
ISBN-10: 1780648790
Publisher: Cabi
Publication Date: November 6th, 2020
Pages: 422
Language: English