Implan Understates Agricultural Input-Output Multipliers: An Application To Potential Agricultural/Green Industry Drought Impacts In Colorado
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Keywordsdrought; economic impact; green industry; IMPLAN; input-output; irrigated agriculture; Community/Rural/Urban Development;
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