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Erratum to "Relative importance and determinants of landowners' transaction costs in collaborative wildlife management in Kenya: an empirical analysis": [Ecological Economics 45 (2003) 59-73]

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  • Mburu, John
  • Birner, Regina
  • Zeller, Manfred

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  • Mburu, John & Birner, Regina & Zeller, Manfred, 2003. "Erratum to "Relative importance and determinants of landowners' transaction costs in collaborative wildlife management in Kenya: an empirical analysis": [Ecological Economics 45 (2003) 59-73," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 45(2), pages 313-313, June.
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