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An Econometric Evaluation of a Generalized Consumer Surplus Measure: The Mineral King Controversy

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  • Cicchetti, Charles J
  • Fisher, Anthony C
  • Smith, V Kerry

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  • Cicchetti, Charles J & Fisher, Anthony C & Smith, V Kerry, 1976. "An Econometric Evaluation of a Generalized Consumer Surplus Measure: The Mineral King Controversy," Econometrica, Econometric Society, vol. 44(6), pages 1259-1276, November.
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