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Regional Differentiation and Farm Exit: A Hierarchical Model for Tuscany

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  • Chiara Landi
  • Gianluca Stefani
  • Benedetto Rocchi
  • Ginevra Virginia Lombardi
  • Sabina Giampaolo

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  • Chiara Landi & Gianluca Stefani & Benedetto Rocchi & Ginevra Virginia Lombardi & Sabina Giampaolo, 2016. "Regional Differentiation and Farm Exit: A Hierarchical Model for Tuscany," Journal of Agricultural Economics, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 67(1), pages 208-230, February.
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