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Rangeland Economics, Ecology, And Sustainability: Implications For Policy And Economic Research


  • Tanaka, John A.
  • Rimbey, Neil R.
  • Torell, L. Allen


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  • Tanaka, John A. & Rimbey, Neil R. & Torell, L. Allen, 2005. "Rangeland Economics, Ecology, And Sustainability: Implications For Policy And Economic Research," Western Economics Forum, Western Agricultural Economics Association, vol. 4(01).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:weecfo:27992

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    1. Lee, Andrew C. & Conner, J. Richard & Mjelde, James W. & Richardson, James W. & Stuth, Jerry W., 2001. "Regional Cost Share Necessary For Rancher Participation In Brush Control," Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Western Agricultural Economics Association, vol. 26(02), December.
    2. Sengupta, Sanchita & Osgood, Daniel Edward, 2003. "The value of remoteness: a hedonic estimation of ranchette prices," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 44(1), pages 91-103, February.
    3. Torell, L. Allen & Rimbey, Neil R. & Tanaka, John A. & Bailey, Scott A., 2001. "The Lack Of A Profit Motive For Ranching: Implications For Policy Analysis," Current Issues in Rangeland Resource Economics: Symposium Proceedings (2001) 16629, Western Regional Coordinating Committee on Rangeland Economics: WCC-55.
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