BSE policy in continental Europe
This chapter discusses the spread of BSE to other European countries, along with the impact of BSE on policy regimes of European governments and of the European Commission. BSE policy-making structures in the European Commission and in Ireland, Switzerland, France, Portugal, and Germany are contrasted. A key variable between regimes was the contrasting responses to the tension between protecting human health, protecting veterinary health, and maintaining stability in food and agricultural markets.
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