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Spatial heterogeneity, contract design, and the efficiency of carbon sequestration policies for agriculture

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  • Antle, John
  • Capalbo, Susan
  • Mooney, Sian
  • Elliott, Edward
  • Paustian, Keith

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  • Antle, John & Capalbo, Susan & Mooney, Sian & Elliott, Edward & Paustian, Keith, 2003. "Spatial heterogeneity, contract design, and the efficiency of carbon sequestration policies for agriculture," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Elsevier, vol. 46(2), pages 231-250, September.
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