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Using an economic experiment to estimate willingness-to-pay for a new maternal nutrient supplement in Ghana

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  • Katherine P. Adams
  • Travis J. Lybbert
  • Stephen A. Vosti
  • Emmanuel Ayifah

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  • Katherine P. Adams & Travis J. Lybbert & Stephen A. Vosti & Emmanuel Ayifah, 2016. "Using an economic experiment to estimate willingness-to-pay for a new maternal nutrient supplement in Ghana," Agricultural Economics, International Association of Agricultural Economists, vol. 47(5), pages 581-595, September.
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