Stacy Sneeringer | Senior Research Economist
Economic Research Service United States Department of Agriculture USDA | United States

Stacy Sneeringer, Senior Research Economist, Economic Research Service United States Department of Agriculture USDA

Stacy Sneeringer is a Senior Research Economist in the Structure, Technology, and Productivity Branch, Resource and Rural Economics Division, Economic Research Service (ERS), U.S. Department of Agriculture. Her research predominantly uses econometric methods to evaluate environmental and public health aspects of livestock agriculture in the United States.  She received a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley, in 2005.  Before joining ERS in February, 2010, she worked in the academic sector.

Appearances:



DC Co-conference Day 3 April 5 @ 11:30

Panel:Alternatives to Antibiotics: Issues and opportunities from funders’ perspective

  • How to incentivise vet pharma companies to produce new veterinary products to reduce AMR resistance
  • Marketing the science and the costs associated with this
  • Statement of societal goals that the funding entity would like to accomplish
  • Political feasibility of incentive mechanisms (e.g., is a program that gives money to large pharma companies likely to be accepted by legislators?)
  • Economics of incentive mechanisms (e.g., which incentive ‘lever’ can be pushed for maximal effect?  What would unintended consequences of such incentives be?)

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