An assessment of international trade related to bioenergy use in Austria—Methodological aspects, recent developments and the relevance of indirect trade
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- Olivia Koland & Martin Schönhart & Erwin Schmid, 2013. "International Trade of Bio-Energy Products – Economic Potentials for Austria," FIW Research Reports series IV-004, FIW.
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KeywordsInternational biomass trade; Indirect trade; Bioenergy;
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