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A latent class approach to investigating demand for genetically modified banana in Uganda

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  • Enoch M. Kikulwe
  • Ekin Birol
  • Justus Wesseler
  • José Falck‐Zepeda

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  • Enoch M. Kikulwe & Ekin Birol & Justus Wesseler & José Falck‐Zepeda, 2011. "A latent class approach to investigating demand for genetically modified banana in Uganda," Agricultural Economics, International Association of Agricultural Economists, vol. 42(5), pages 547-560, September.
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