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Technical coefficients for bio-economic farm household models: a meta-modelling approach with applications for Southern Mali

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  • Ruben, Ruerd & van Ruijven, Arjan, 2001. "Technical coefficients for bio-economic farm household models: a meta-modelling approach with applications for Southern Mali," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 36(3), pages 427-441, March.
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