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Information for Policy Design: Modelling Participation in a Farm Woodland Incentive Scheme

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  • Bob Crabtree
  • Neil Chalmers
  • Nicola-Jo Barron

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  • Bob Crabtree & Neil Chalmers & Nicola-Jo Barron, 1998. "Information for Policy Design: Modelling Participation in a Farm Woodland Incentive Scheme," Journal of Agricultural Economics, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 49(3), pages 306-320.
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