The Threat of Terrorism in the U.S. Food Supply
Research Team: Brian Schilling
Project Duration: 1/2001 to 1/2004
This project examines the nature and consequences of potential disruptions in the American food system.
Contact: Brian Schilling
- Agroterrorism and Public Perceptions of Risk: Implications for the U.S. Food System
- Agroterrorism, Risk Perceptions and Consumer Behavior
- Consumer Risk Perceptions of Agroterrorism
- Does Terrorism Pose a Threat to the Food System?
- Economic Impacts of Biological and Chemical Terrorism
- Economics, Hysteresis and Agroterrorism
- Fear in the Time of Anthrax: Risk Perception and Why Terrorism Works
- Introduction to Food Safety and Terrorism Module
- Invited Panel Discussion: Prospects for Research Collaboration Between the E.U. and the U.S. , H. Jenkins-Smith, Moderator.
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- Public Attitudes and Perceptions of the Vulnerability of the U.S. Food Chain to Agroterrorism
- Public Perceptions of the Risks and Consequences of Bio-agents.
- Risk Perceptions of Agroterrorism with Implications for Food Systems Management
- Terrorism in the Food Chain: How Real is the Threat and What Can We Do?
- Terrorism's Threat to the Food System: Research Needs in the Mid-Atlantic Region
- The Threat of Terrorism in the Food Chain
- The Threat of Terrorism in the U.S. Food System
- The Threat of Terrorism to the Food Supply: Identifying and Handling Potential Threats