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Table 6 Best controls for jurisdiction A under each governance structure

From: Governance structure affects transboundary disease management under alternative objectives

Initial condition, objective Control intensity
  0.25 0.5 0.75 1
Single case AB, min cases V, V, [V, M] orangeV, [orangeM, orangeL], orangeM orangeV, [orangeM, orangeL], orangeM blackV, [blackV, blackM, blackL], blackV
Single case AB, min deaths cyanM, cyanV, [cyanV, cyanM] orangeV, [orangeM, orangeL], orangeM orangeV, [orangeM, orangeL], orangeM orangeV, [orangeV, orangeM, orangeL], orangeM
Outbreak B, min cases M, M, M M, M, M M, M, M V, V, V
Outbreak B, min deaths M, M, M M, M, M M, M, M orangeV, orangeM, [orangeC, orangeM]
Outbreak A, min cases M, M, M M, M, M M, M, M V, V, V
Outbreak A, min deaths M, M, M M, M, M M, M, M orangeV, orangeM, [orangeM, orangeC]
Outbreak A & B, min cases M, M, M M, M, M M, M, M V, V, V
Outbreak A & B, min deaths M, M, M M, M, M M, M, M orangeV, orangeM, orangeM
  1. The first entry in each list of controls is the choice of a decentralized manager, the second entry is the choice of a uniform centralized manager, and the third entry is the choice of a jurisdiction-specific centralized manager. Orange entries indicate scenarios where the best interest of individual jurisdictions will not achieve the global objective. Cyan entries indicate scenarios where the best interest of individual jurisdictions may not achieve global objectives