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Estimating Travel Cost Model: Spatial ApproachAuthor(s): S.G. Kim; J.M. Bowker; S.H. Cho; D.M. Lambert; D.B.K. English; C.M. Starbuck
Source: In: Annual Meetings of the American Agricultural Economics Association. Denver, CO: July 25-27, 2010. http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/61774/2/Kim_050510.pdf. p. 1-17.
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CitationKim, S.G.; Bowker, J.M.; Cho, S.H.; Lambert, D.M.; English, D.B.K.; Starbuck, C.M. 2010. Estimating Travel Cost Model: Spatial Approach. Selected Paper. In: Annual Meetings of the American Agricultural Economics Association. Denver, CO: July 25-27, 2010. http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/61774/2/Kim_050510.pdf. p. 1-17.
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