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Using conjoint analysis to estimate farmer's preferences for cattle traits in West Africa

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  • Tano, Kouadio
  • Kamuanga, Mulumba
  • Faminow, Merle D.
  • Swallow, Brent

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  • Tano, Kouadio & Kamuanga, Mulumba & Faminow, Merle D. & Swallow, Brent, 2003. "Using conjoint analysis to estimate farmer's preferences for cattle traits in West Africa," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 45(3), pages 393-407, July.
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