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AJAE Appendix: Testing Household-Specific Explanations for the Inverse Productivity Relationship


  • Assunção, Juliano
  • Braido, Luis H.B.


The material contained herein is supplementary to the article named in the title and published in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Volume 89, Number 4, November 2007.

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  • Assunção, Juliano & Braido, Luis H.B., 2007. "AJAE Appendix: Testing Household-Specific Explanations for the Inverse Productivity Relationship," American Journal of Agricultural Economics Appendices, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, vol. 89(4), November.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:ajaeap:7103

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