Economics and gender: issues of environment and valuation
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- David Martin, 2014. "An integrated biological and economic individual-based model of tiger protection measures," Working Papers 14-04, Davidson College, Department of Economics, revised Jul 2014.
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Keywordsalternative economic models; economic valuation; environment; gender; income distribution; market failure; neoclassical economics; public choice; welfare economics; women's work.;
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