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Measurement Issues In The Travel Cost Method: A Geographical Information Systems Approach

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  • Ian J. Bateman
  • Guy D. Garrod
  • Julii S. Brainard
  • Andrew A. Lovett

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  • Ian J. Bateman & Guy D. Garrod & Julii S. Brainard & Andrew A. Lovett, 1996. "Measurement Issues In The Travel Cost Method: A Geographical Information Systems Approach," Journal of Agricultural Economics, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 47(1-4), pages 191-205.
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